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Thanks to Oscar for this order. Open Ice custom cabinet with great looking artwork.
With the advent of multicade systems, there has been much talk about whether or not multicades are a good thing in the community. On one hand, people get to experience a breadth of games that they would not normally be able to. On the other, it’s a sort of bastardization of a very cool culture that places value on rarity and the challenge of searching for rare boards and systems. Pandora’s boxes and 60-1 systems are a perfect example of that change. In any case, we want whichever path you’ve chosen to look as good as possible. Check out or new Pandora’s Box arcade marquee in our store HERE.
Really happy with the way this one came out. Meng wanted a Mortal Kombat style marquee so we were able to piece together some graphics to make it happen.
Occasionally we will come across some artwork in our library that is so strange we HAVE to do a little research to see what the deal is. This time around it was Gypsy Juggler, a seemingly horrible name and theme for a game. Not surprisingly, it was a fairly simply juggling game in the same realm as Arkanoid. Take a look at the game play below:
Tesla taking it back to the 8 bit era.
Recently had a customer bust one of his pinball back glasses. Probably one of the most frustrating things that can happen in pinball. You simply nick one of those corners on a post or setting it on the floor, and the whole thing explodes. Happens way to often on back glasses and playfield glass. Anywho, we didn’t have a good scan of Monday Night Football Pinball, so we pieced together what we could and sent down this beauty.
We never really thought to use these marquees for blinders, but Nicolas did. Check out his game room, and massive amount of marquees from ArcadeMarquee.com. Lookin good Nicolas!