Those of you who simply cannot get by in a day without taking time out playing the arcade classics of yesteryear cannot fail to submit to involuntary palpitations at the sight of this beautifully realised Tabletop Retro Arcade Machine which boast no less than 150 arcade classics – from 80’s classics such as Pac Man to Space Invaders, Asteroids to Battlezone (and, of course, Pong) – though we should advise that this device is as expensive as it is desirable (and, we think you’ll agree, its very desirable).
Coming as a self contained unit with authentic arcade machine controls – an adjustable joystick, 11 large buttons and a 3” trackball - the Tabletop Retro Arcade incorporates a generously proportioned 19” LCD screen (which give you an indication that this is not your run-of-the-mill tabletop arcade machine) and is based around an integrated HP Slimline PC which also purportedly allows the playing of standard PC games on the unit (should the unit’s included 150 arcade classics prove not quite enough to be going on with) as well as allowing the device to play your digital music files courtesy of included jukebox functionality. It even as integral stereo speakers and an inbuilt sub-woofer.
Complete Retro Arcade Machine Game Listing (which is both long and distinguished):
Asteroids, Asteroids Deluxe, Battlezone, Black Widow, Centipede, Crystal Castles, Gravitar, Liberator, Lunar Lander, Major Havoc, Millipede, Missile Command, Pong, Red Baron, Super Breakout, Space Duel, Tempest, Warlords, Atari Math Gran Prix, Atari Maze Craze, Atari Night Driver, Atari 3D Tic-Tac-Toe, Atari Adventure, Atari Air Sea Battle, Atari Video Cube, Atari Outlaw, Atari Slot Racers, Atari Space War, Atari Street Racer, Atari Submarine Commander, Atari Super Baseball, Atari Super Football, Atari Surround, Asteroids, Backgammon, Battlezone, Blackjack, Bowling, Breakout, Canyon Bomber, Casino, Centipede, Circus Atari, Combat, Crystal Castles, Demons to Diamonds, Desert Falcon, Dodge ’Em, Double Dunk, Flag Capture, Football, Fun With Numbers, Golf, Gravitar, Hangman, Haunted House, Home Run, Human Cannonball, Millipede, Miniature Golf, Missile Command, Off the Wall, Quadrun, Radar Lock, Realsports Baseball, Realsports Football, Realsports Tennis, Realsports Volleyball, Sky Diver, Slot Machine, Sprintmaster, Star Raiders, Atari Star Ship, Steeplechase, Stellar Track, Swordquest: Earthworld, Swordquest: Fireworld, Swordquest: Waterworld, Ninja Kids, Ninja Spirit, Video Checkers, Video Chess, Video Olympics, Video Pinball, Yars’ Revenge, Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Galaga, Galaxian, Dig Dug, Rally-X, Pole Position, Xevious, Dragon Spirit, Bosconian, Rolling Thunder, Mappy, Spy Kid, Spy Hunter, Defender, Defender II, Gauntlet, Joust, Joust 2, Paperboy, Rampage, Robotron 2084, Smash TV, Bubbles, RoadBlasters, Blaster, Rampart, Sinistar, SuperSprint, Marble Madness, 720°, Toobin’, SPLAT!, Satan’s Hollow, Vindicators, Root Beer Tapper, Klax, Taito Legends, Space Invaders, Jungle Hunt, Bubble Bobble, Operation Wolf, Rainbow Islands, Operation Thunderbolt, Phoenix, Space Invaders Pt. II, Colony 7, Electric Yo-Yo, Zoo Keeper, Great Swordsman, Gladiator, Exzisus, Plump Pop, Rastan, Super Qix, New Zealand Story, Battle Shark, Continental Circus, Plotting (aka Flipull), Volfied, Ninja Kids, Space Gun, ThunderFox, Tube It, Return of the Invaders, Tokio, Digital Leisure, Dragon’s Lair, Dragon’s Lair II and Space Ace.
Measuring in at 24” in height and 22” in width and weighing in at a not inconsiderable 65 lbs, the Tabletop Retro Arcade Machine – which, we’ll warrant, is just about the only retro gaming machine you’ll ever need - retails for a coronary inducing $2495.95.
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