Archive for November, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving

There isn’t a real post today, its a holiday to be spent with family.

Play some of your arcade games with family, and as the holiday season is not truly upon us remember to “SAY NO TO HOARDING“. Here’s looking at you Joe Bachman.

Wall full of PCBs

Tryptophan. That is All.

DECO Burgertime – Custom Designed CPO

Long story short, a Burgertime DECO dropped into my lap. The aluminum control panel overlay was beat to crap, so when another DECO cabinet popped up with a slightly better overlay I was lucky to work out a deal for that overlay in exchange for some custom design work. (more…)

Pre-built cabaret arcade cabinets

Pre-fabbed / built arcade cabinets is not a new idea, but it is always an expensive one that comes down to proximity. I was researching on RGVAC the other day and came across this attempt by Scott C. and a wood worker to reproduce cabaret cabinets. (more…)

A photo glimpse inside GCC – Quantum & Food Fight

For many collectors, this amazing photo album is nothing new, but when I first saw this look inside GCC in September I was blown away. For those of you don’t know the history, GCC (General Computing Corp) developed Quantum and Food Fight for Atari as part of a lawsuit back in the 80’s. They had quite the knack for making games including Ms. Pac-man. Check this out.

GCC Quantum / Food Fight


New King of the Castle? Warlords has arrived.

Friday I wrote that I finished re-stenciling another Ms. Pac-man, this time for another collector here in Illinois. Part of the exchange included a complete and supposedly working Warlords. (more…)

Atari A.P.B. reproduction sideart now available

Back in April I had mentioned that there was a possibility that sometime in the next year we might see some reproduction artwork for A.P.B. We only had to wait 8 months, APB sideart is now available for purchase. (more…)

Second stenciled Ms. Pac-man has left the building

Back in July I got to talking with Rich S. about re-stenciling his Ms. Pac-man. I got the painting finished just in time, on our last warm day last Sunday and Rich came to pick it back up today. Click in to see the final product.

Ms. Pac-man shrink wrapped and leaving