Centipede Arcade Game Information

Centipede was one of the most popular arcade games ever produced by Atari. While arcade games seemed to attract a fair amount of males, Centipede was one of several games heavily embraced by the female crowd. As a player it is your job to shoot a centipede that winds its way down the screen. With amazing artwork and addicting gameplay, it isn’t hard to believe that Atari’s Centipede is still one of the top 10 arcade games of all time.

The value of a Centipede arcade game has held steady over the last ten years. There are many home arcade, or retail outlets that will sell you a bullet proof, working Centipede arcade game that looks brand new anywhere from $800-$2400. Truth be told, you can buy a used Centipede arcade game for your mancave for $300-$500 working and with vintage usage flaws. The question is always, what if I want to work on my own Centipede cabinet, restore the game or keep it running. This page will provide the resources you need to do just that and get a basic education on arcade machine repair and restoration.

Centipede arcade game – Restoration & Repair

From monitors to new sideart, this list should contain it all. It is possible to fully restore a Centipede arcade game with a little bit of skill, and the willingness to put fork the money.

Historical Information



A list of other cool Centipede resources and knick knacks from around the web.