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All of our arcade machines now come with access to over 800 GAMES ON ALL SYSTEMS. The list Of 800+ includes ALL the retro games on our full games list with the option to add pretty much ANY game from ANY era that you could ever want… Now with all Play, Media and Elite editions, you have the option to add 1000’s of extra games, emulators or programs at your leisure – please see below to be amazed by how much can actually be played on our arcade machines.
Included Arcade Games
Presenting a seminal range of over 80 stellar arcade game titles by Atari. Atari dominated the early years of arcade gaming and can be considered mainly responsible for an entire generation inserting a coin into an arcade for the first time!
Asteroids, Battlezone, Centipede + many more are included with our arcades. All play exactly as they did back in the day.*
|Asteroids Deluxe||Crystal Castles®||Major Havoc™||Red Baron™||Warlords®|
|Battlezone®||Gravitar®||Millipede®||Space Duel®||+60 Atari 2600 titles|
|Black Widow™||Liberator™||Missile Command®||Super Breakout™|
In 1977 Taito launched their first video game. Throughout the 80′s Taito churned out classic arcade game after classic arcade game. Their platformers were legendary and are still held dear to many a gamers heart.
Bubble Bobble, the Space Invaders series and Operation Wolf/Thunderbolt are among our favourite retro arcade games of all time.*
|Alpine Ski®||Crazy Balloon®||Gladiator||Nastar®||Rastan™||The Ninja Kids™|
|Arabian Magic®||Darius Gaiden®||Great Swordsman™||Op Thunderbolt™||Ret of the Invaders™||Thunderfox™|
|Battle Shark™||Don Doko Don®||Grid Seeker®||Operation Wolf™||Space Gun®||Tokio™|
|Bonze Adventure®||Dungeon Magic®||Growl®||Phoenix™||Space Invaders®||Tube It™|
|Bubble Bobble®||Electric Yo-Yo™||Gun & Frontier®||Plotting™||Space Invaders ’91®||Violence Fight®|
|Bubble Symphony®||Elevator Action®||Insektor X®||Plump Pop™||Space Invaders ’95®||Volfied™|
|Cadash®||Elevator Action II®||Jungle Hunt™||Pop’n Pop®||Space Invaders DX®||Wild Western®|
|Cameltry®||Exzisus||Kiki Kaikai®||Puchi Carat®||Space Invaders Pt 2||Zoo Keeper®|
|Chack ‘n Pop®||Football Champ®||Kuri Kinton®||Puzzle Bobble 2®||Super Qix®|
|Cleopatra Fortune®||Front Line®||Liquid Kids®||Qix®||The Fairyland Story®|
|Colony 7™||Galactic Attack®||Lunar Rescue®||Raimais®||The Legend of Kage®|
|Continental Circus™||Gekirindan®||Metal Black®||Rainbow Islands™||The New Zealand Story™|
Exactly as the title says, Midway was an extremely big hitter during the peak of arcade game machines and developed a number of treasures that many still love to this day.
They were a major publisher in their own right with hits such as Spy Hunter, Robotron 2084, and the superb Mortal Kombat series. They also acquired the rights to some Williams and Atari arcade games.*
|720°®||Gauntlet®||Mortal Kombat®||Rampage®||Satan’s Hollow®||Toobin’®|
|APB®||Gauntlet II®||Mortal Kombat 3®||Rampage World Tour®||Sinistar®||Total Carnage®|
|Arch Rivals®||Hard Drivin’®||Mortal Kombat II®||Rampart®||Smash TV®||Vindicators®|
|Blaster®||Joust®||Offroad Thunder®||Robotron: 2084®||Spy Hunter®||Wizard of Wor®|
|Bubbles®||Joust 2®||Paperboy®||Root Beer Tapper®||StarGate®||Xenophobe®|
|Championship Sprint®||Klax®||Pit-Fighter®||S. F. Rush the Rock:®||Super Off Road®||Xybots®|
|Cyberball 2072®||Kozmik Krooz’r®||Primal Rage®||S.T.U.N. Runner®||Super Sprint®|
|Defender®||Marble Madness®||Race Drivin®||San Francisco Rush 2049®||Timber®|
Namco Museum is a terrific compilation of some of the best classic arcade games that Namco has released over the years.
Namco have produced some of the most memorable titles in arcade gaming history that include Pac-Man, Galaxian and Galaga.*
|Dig Dug®||Ms. Pac-Man®||Rolling Thunder®|
|Dragon Spirit®||Pac-Man®||Sky Kid®|
|Galaxian®||Pole Position II®|
We’ve also got the Capcom classics covered including 1942 and Street Fighter 2 CE. If this whets your appetite then there are lots more to play via the online games section.*
|1942 ®||1943 ®||Commando®|
|Streetfighter I ®||Streetfighter II ®||Gunsmoke®|
Presenting SNK’s finest arcade game title in a nifty all encompassing compilation. The Metal Slug series is synonymous with quality and humour.*
|Metal Slug I ®||Metal Slug II ®||Metal Slug III®|
|Metal Slug IV ®||Metal Slug V ®||Metal Slug X®|
The Megadrive came out in October 1998. Whereas it fared well (under the Genesis monicker) in Europe and America, in its native Japan- the console struggled against the Super Nintendo and NEC PC Engine. And we present to you the cream of the crop on Sega’s super console. Containing a multitude of Megadrive classics in one collection, you can relive the early 90’s whenever you please. Whether you want to pound the pavement in Streets of Rage 1, 2 and 3 or speed like Sonic the Hedgehog- this game pack has you covered.
|Alien Storm®||Comix Zone®||Fantasy Zone®||Kid Chameleon®||Shinobi Arcade and III®||Super Thunder Blade®|
|Alien Syndrome®||Decap Attack®||Fatal Labyrinth®||Phantasy Star I, II, III and IV®||Sonic I, II and III®||Story of Thor®|
|Altered Beast®||Dr. Robotnik’s M.B.M.®||Flicky®||Ristar®||Sonic and Knuckles®||Tip Top®|
|Altered Beast Arcade®||Dynamite Heady®||Gain Ground®||Space Harrier®||Sonic 3D®||Vectorman I and II®|
|Bonanza Bros.®||E-Swat®||Golden Axe I, III and III®||Shining Force I and II®||Sonic Spinball®||Zaxxon®|
Thanks to the miracle of today’s internet we can provide you with hotlinks which allow you to play games from external websites. Over 400 titles can be seamlessly accessed via our menu system and providing you have an internet connection you can be gaming in nanoseconds†. Simply choose the game as you would normally and you’re back in the heyday of arcade gaming saving the universe one life at a time..
|1941: Counter Attack||Bomb Jack||Eagle Shot Golf||King of Boxer||Popeye||Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles PlayChoice-10|
|1942||Bomb Kick||Eco Fighters||Knights of the Round||POW – Prisoners of War||Tehkan World Cup|
|1943: The Battle of Midway||Bomber Man World||EDF: Earth Defense Force||Lady Killer||Power Drive||Terra Cresta|
|1944: The Loop Master||Bombjack Twin||Egg Hunt||Legend||Prehistoric Isle||Terra Force|
|19XX: The War Against Destiny||Bonanza Bros||Egg Venture Release 10||Legend of Hero Tonma||Progear||Tetris set 1|
|2020 Super Baseball||Boot Camp||Elevator Action||Lethal Crash Race||Psychic 5||The Big Pro Wrestling|
|Acrobatic Dog-Fight||Boot Hill||Enduro Racer||Lock’n’Chase||Punch-Out||The Crystal of Kings|
|Aero Fighters||Bubble Bobble||Excite Bike||Lode Runner||Puzz Loop 2||The Punisher|
|Afterburner||Buggy Boy Junior||F-1 Dream||Alpine Ski||Q-bert||The Simpsons|
|Air Attack||Buggy Challenge||F-1 Grand Prix||Lunar Lander||Qix||The Ultimate 11|
|Air Buster: Trouble Specialty Raid Unit||Cabal||F-1 Grand Prix Part II||Mach Breakers – Numan Athletics 2||R-Type||Three Wonders|
|Airwolf||Cadash||F1 Exhaust Note||Magic Bubble||Rad Mobile||Thunder Hoop|
|Aladdin||Cadillacs and Dinosaurs||Face Off||Magic Johnson’s Fast Break Arcadia||Radikal Bikers||Tiger Road|
|Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars||Capcom Sports Club||Final Fight||Magic Sword – Heroic Fantasy||Rally-X||Todos los juegos son gratuitos|
|Ali Baba and 40 Thieves||Captain America and The Avengers||Frogger||Marble Madness||Rampage||Toki|
|Alien Arena||Captain Commando||Funky Jet||Mario Bros||Rastan||Toobin’|
|Alien Storm||Carreras||G-LOC Air Battle||Markham||Renegade||Top Hunter|
|Alien Syndrome||Carrier Air Wing||Galaga ’88||Mars Matrix: Hyper Solid Shooting||Return of the Jedi||Top Skater|
|Alien Vs Predator||Caveman Ninja||Galaxian||Marvel Super Heroes||Ring of Destruction: Slammasters II||Top Speed|
|Alien3: The Gun||Centipede||Galaxian Namco set 1||Marvel Super Heroes Vs Street Fighter||RoadBlasters||Track and Field|
|Aliens||Championship Sprint||Gals Panic||Marvel Vs Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes||Robocop||Tumble Pop|
|All American Football||Chase HQ||Gauntlet||Mazinger Z||Route 16||Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3|
|Altair||Chequered Flag||Gauntlet II||Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters||Run and Gun||Ultimate Tennis|
|Altered Beast||Chiller||Ghost Hunter||Mega Man: The Power Battle||Rygar||Ultra Balloon|
|Amazing Maze||Chopper I||Ghosts’N Goblins||Mega Twins||Salamander||Ultraman|
|American Speedway||Choplifter||Ghouls’n Ghosts||Mercs||Saturday Night Slam Masters||UN Defense Force: Earth Joker|
|APB – All Points Bulletin||Circus Charlie||GI Joe||MIA – Missing in Action||Scramble||UN Squadron|
|Arabian||Combat School||Giga Wing||Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker||Sega Sonic The Hedgehog||Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire|
|Arkanoid||Commando||Goal ’92||Mighty Pang||Shadow Dancer||Vastar|
|Arkanoid – Revenge of DOH||Continental Circus||Gold Medalist||Money Money||Shadow warriors||Vendetta|
|Armored Warriors||Contra||Golden Axe||Moon Cresta||Shinobi||Victory Road|
|Asterix||Crazy Climber||Golden Axe: The Revenge of Death Adder||Moon Patrol||Sidewinder Arcadia||Vigilante|
|Asteroids||Crossbow||Grand Slam||Mortal Kombat||Sky Soldiers||Vimana|
|Astro Blaster||Crude Buster||Grand Striker 2||Mortal Kombat 3||Slap Fight||Vindicators|
|Bad Dudes vs Dragon ninja||Cruis’n USA||Green Beret||Mortal Kombat 4||Snow Bros||Violence Fight|
|BadLands||Cruis’n World||Guerrilla War||Mortal Kombat 2||Snow Bros 2||Vs Super Mario Bros|
|Bank Panic||Crush Roller||Gunbarich||Motos||Soccer Superstars||Wanted|
|Barrier||Crystal Castles||Gyruss||Mr Dig||Sol Divide – The Sword Of Darkness||War of Aero|
|Baseball||Cuby Bop||Hammerin’ Harry||Mr Do||Space Invaders||Wardner|
|Batman||Cue Brick||Hang-On||Mr Do’s Castle||Space Ranger Arcadia||Warrior Blade – Rastan Saga Episode III|
|Batman Forever||Curve Ball||Haunted Castle||Mr Do’s Wild Ride||Speed Up||Water Balls|
|Battle Circuit||Cybattler||Heavy Barrel||Ms Pac-Man||Spider-Man: The Videogame||Water Match|
|Battle K-Road||Cyberball 2072||Hook||Mutant Fighter||Splash||Wayne Gretzky’s 3D Hockey|
|Battle Lane Vol 5||Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness||Hot Shots Tennis||Mutant Night||Splatter House||Wheels Runner|
|Battletoads||D-Day||Hyper Sports||MVP||Spot Arcadia||Wild West COW – Boys of Moo Mesa|
|BC Story||Daraku Tenshi – The Fallen Angels||Hyper Street Fighter 2: The Anniversary Edition||Narc||Sprint 2||Wonderboy|
|Bermuda Triangle||Darius||Ikari III – The Rescue||Nastar||SPY – Special Project Y||Wonderboy in Monster Land|
|Best Of Best||Dark Seal||Ikari Warriors||NBA Hangtime||Spy Hunter||World Rally|
|Big Striker||Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors||In The Hunt||Neck-n-Neck||Squash||World Soccer Finals|
|Bionic Commando||Defender||Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom||Nemesis||SRD Mission||World Tennis|
|Black Panther||Dig Dug rev 2||Insector X||Nemo||Star Force||World Trophy Soccer Arcadia|
|Black Tiger||Dimahoo||International Cup ’94||Night Warriors: Darkstalkers’ Revenge||Star Wars: Return of the Jedi||Wrestle War|
|Blade Master||Discs of Tron||Iron Horse||Ninja Mission Arcadia||Street Fighter Alpha 2||WWF Superstars|
|Blades of Steel||Dog Fight Thunderbolt||Ironman Ivan Stewart’s Super Off-Road||Ninja Spirit||Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors’ Dreams||WWF WrestleFest|
|Blast Off||Donkey Kong||Ironman Ivan Stewart’s Super Off-Road Track-Pak||Operation Wolf||Street Fighter II Champion Edition||WWF: Wrestlemania|
|Blasted||Donkey Kong 3||J-League Soccer V-Shoot||Out Run||Strider||X the Ball|
|Blaster||Double Dragon 2||Jack Rabbit||Out Zone||STUN Runner||X-Men|
|Blasteroids||Double Dribble||Jackal||P-47 Aces||Sunset Riders||X-Men Vs Street Fighter|
|Blaze On||Dragon Blaze||Jackie Chan – The Kung-Fu Master||Pac-Land||Super Doubles Tennis||X-Men: Children of the Atom|
|Blazer||Dragonball Z||Jackie Chan in Fists of Fire||Pac-Man||Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo||Xain’d Sleena|
|Block Block||Dragonball Z 2 – Super Battle||Joe and Mac||Pac-Man Plus||Super Street Fighter II Turbo||Xenon Arcadia|
|Blood Bros||Dribbling||Kageki||Pacmania||Taxi Driver||Xenophobe|
|Blood Storm||Drift Out||Kangaroo||Pang||Tecmo Euro League||Xevious Namco|
|Blood Warrior||Driver’s Edge||Karate Champ||Paperboy||Tecmo World Cup ’90||Xexex|
|Bloxeed||Driving Force||Karnov||Passing Shot||Tecmo World Cup ’94||Xibots|
|Blue Hawk||Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara||Kick Goal||Pengo||Tecmo World Cup Mega Play||XX Mission|
|Blue Print Midway||Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom||Kick Off||Phoenix||Tecmo World Cup Millennium||Xyonix|
|Body Slam||Dynablaster – Bomber Man||Kid Niki – Radical Ninja||Plus Alpha||Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles||Yie Ar Kung-Fu|
|Boggy ’84||Dynasty Wars||Killer Instinct||Pnickies||Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Turtles in Time||Zaxxon|
|Bomb Bee||E-Swat – Cyber Police||Killer Instinct 2||polybius||Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Game PlayChoice-10|
* Sometimes due to unforeseen market forces, the highlighted game packs may not be available. We will always contact the customer should this be the case and endeavour to rectify the situation. All game packs are provided as free with all machines. Please don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss this further.
† These are links and file downloads from other sites. We are not responsible for the website’s content.
NB – All trademarks, trade names, logos or service marks mentioned on this site belong to their respective owners. Unless we otherwise specifically indicate, we have no affiliation with any games companies mentioned on our site and is clearly not claimed in any way.
Add More Games/Emulators
All Play/Media/Elite arcades can easily be made to run these:
Capcom CPS 2/3
CPS stand for Capcom Power System and was their own Supergun system and also featured protection to prevent bootlegs. It transpired that in some territories bootleg versions of Streetfighter II were more prevalent that the official boards. This was later solved with the CPS II system which employed encryption and required 2 boards to run.
Cave remains as one of the most active arcade shoot-em-up creators. Having a great pedigree from being largely built from the staff of Taoplan, Gazelle, Raizing and Takumi after they closed their doors.
The Touhou project is a series of 2D shoot-em-ups made by Team Shanghai Alice. The anime games focus on over-the -top waving through waves of incoming bullets in the land of Gensokyo. One thing that sets these games apart from the rest is not only the maniacal gameplay but also the use of well developed storylines. The games’ universe is further expanded thanks to fan-made media, musical scrore CDs and video.
Released in September 1977 Atari was responsible for the use of ROM cartridges and micro-processor hardware. Originally named the Atari VCS, it was changed to Atari 2600 following the launch if its newer brother- the Atari 5200.
Best Emulator: Stella (named after an Atari engineer’s bicycle) Stella emulates the wooden box perfectly. Relive your earlier gaming days with the console which made Atari synonymous with games.
The best selling console of its time, an 8 bit system which aided in reinvigorating the American video game industry shortly after the crash of ’83. The system was designed to be a singular platform outputting quality content as gamers had lost confidence in the medium thanks to exaggerated marketing on previous platforms.
Best emulator: Nestopia. Widely regarded as the most accurate NES/Famicom emulator- effortless to set up and an absolute joy to play.
Technically superior and made to trounce the Nintendo Entertainment System, this third generation console never could crack Nintendo’s market share in Japan and America. Running both cartridge and Sega Card, the Master System had great success in Europe, outselling the NES and enjoyed a decade-long lifespan
Best Emulator: Gens+ Master System and Megadrive are catered for by this rocksteady emulator. Gens has a high compatibility rate and good speed.
The Megadrive was released in Japan in 1988. Once again the console didn’t sell too well in it’s native Japan againt the NEC PC Engine and Super Famicom. But it retailed well in America and Europe. By the end of its life, the Megadrive sold 40 million units (estimated).
This was the powerhouse of the time, able to push out 3D graphics- far more detailed than its competitors and helped usher in the era of 3 Dimensional gaming. It also managed to secure Streetfighter II a full year before its rival- the Megadrive.
Best Emulator: Zsnes – Super Nintendo: ZSNES is a SNES emulator that has been worked on since 1997. Originally programmed by zsKnight and _Demo_, the project has since then attracted a number of new developers and contributors.
The PC Engine was a collaborative effort by Hudson Soft and NEC releced in 1987. Also known as the Turbografx 16, this was the first 16 bit console on the market (albeit with an 8-bit cpu). Originally developed to better the NES, it ended up competing against the new 16-bit generation of consoles
Best Emulator: There are some serious classics like BC Kid and an arcade perfect R-Type. This truly is a connoisseur’s console and can be accessed via Magic Engine.
All Media/Elite arcades can also easily be made to run these:
American Laser Games
Laserdisc games consisted mostly of live film footage with an arcade game overlay. Always a firm favourite in arcades due to the interactive movie experience.
Best Emulator: Daphne
All laserdiscs work perfectly with this emulator. Relive the WOW factor with this classic (albeit shortlived) format.
Zinc is an emulator based on arcade games running on Sony Playstation hardware. Capcom, Taito, Konami, Tecmo, and Namco have all made games running on this system. A majority of these games run on the MAME system but Zinc allows for faster emulation and the ability to improve the 3D graphics far beyond the original’s capabilities.
The St-V (Sega Titan Video System) format was released in 1995 and is based on the Sega Saturn console and runs on game cartridges- much like a console. It is essentially the same system with ROM cartridges being used instead of CDs. The main advantage of this was to allow for easy porting of Saturn games to the Arcade hardware.
Codenamed “Project Reality” Nintendo launched their 5th generation console in 1996. Although it only comprised of a library of 387 games (compare to Playstation’s 1100 approximately), a high number of them were pure gold (Goldeneye, Super Mario 64 to name a few).
Best Emulator: Project 64
A flawless emulator enabling high resolution output. Plug in 4 N64 controllers and let the multiplayer mayhem begin…
Mega CD / 32X
Megadrive Add-on: Mega CD
Launched in 1991, this expensive add on sought to utilize the power of the Compact Disc. This short-lived console represented poor value for money despite some stellar titles.
Megadrive Add-on: 32X
Designed to expand the power of the ageing Megadrive console and bring it up to par with the 32-bit arrivals. Ultimately doomed due to poor timing and a lack of quality games.
A result of poor timing and bad decisions, Atari presented its Jaguar to the public in 1993. Although there was a few good games (Aliens Vs Predator, Tempest 2000), the console endured a 3 year lifespan retailing under 250,000 units, where the Saturn and Playstation would eventually kill it off. Despite this, the Jaguar has garnered devoted fans who still make homebrew games for it today.
Best Emulator: Project Jaguar
An easy to use, solid emulator. Few options, so its a doddle to start riding the psychedelic vector waves in Jeff Minter’s Tempest 2000.
A true 5th generation console, sporting impressice dual cpus, the Saturn was a great piece of kit. Despite being ultimately overshadowed by Sony’s Playstation console, 6 million units were sold in Sega’s native Japan. This ultimately indicates why there are so many stellar titles suited to our arcade machine, and why the console was then a firm favourite with arcade gamers.
Best Emulator SSF.
A reliable, no frills emulator. Although to get things working you have to automate ISO mounting with a program like Daemon Tools.
All your favourite Game Boy classics can be relived once more thanks to GB emu, the Game Boy is the most enduring and endearing handheld series responsible for us being able to play quality games on the move. You can certainly replay all the game boy favourites under one simple to use emulator.
All Elite arcades can also easily be made to run these:
Based on Sega’s Naomi build, the Atomiswave accepted cartridges to allow for easier game switching as well as different control setups. After the Neo Geo was reaching the end of its lifespan, SNK Playmore chose the Atomiswave setup to use as its next platform of choice. This has less power than the Naomi system board but can accept many types of inputs such as trackballs
First demonstrated in 1998, the Naomi system is an extension of their Dreamcast console. And also like the Sega ST-V the games run on ROM boards instead of the Dreamcast proprietary GD-Rom format. This was a successful format with many third party licensees taking the system on board. Classic titles such as Marvel Vs Capcom 2 and Guilty Gear XX used the Naomi system. A later version (dubbed the Hikaru) succeeded this format (the same spec albeit with better video capabilities). This was short-lived due to expense and was shelved to allow for Naomi 2
Taito Type X
The final console in Sega’s history was released in November 1998 and was launched before its competitors The Xbox, GameCube and Playstation 2. Sega realised they couldn’t compete against this generation of consoles and on the 30th if March announced the Dreamcast was to be discontinued. Best emulator: Null DC
First announced in 2006, this emulator provides flawless hi definition dreamcast emulation.
This 6th generation console was the successor to the N64 console and was Nintendo’s first to employ an optical drive via mini-dvd format. The Gamecube was also the first to include online-gaming.
Best emulator: Dolphin
A simple to use emulator which works straight away. Gamecube games look great when ramped up to 1080p- makes them look like Wii Games!
The first console in the Playstation series was first introduced in 1993, just in time for Christmas and is the best-selling console to date having sold over 155 million units.
Best Emulator: EPSXE
A modern emulator means lots of settings. You have to tweak a fair bit to get the most out of this emulator, however on an Elite you can max everything out!
On March 4th 2000, Sony launched what was going to be the best selling console of all time, retailing over 150 million units. In turn over 3800 games came out for the system , many of them being arcade gems. And as time advances so does the capability of your arcade machine. Best emulator: epsxe2
As you can imagine, there’s a multitude of options to tune, but once it’s done you have some memorable gaming moments ahead.Stay frosty soldier…
Next-Gen Console Compatibility:
Don’t be stuck in the past
Add Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3 or PS4 compatibility
We are the first company in the world to allow our clients to play the next generation of arcade console games via the screen and controls on their arcade machine.
Designed specifically for our new Evo arcade cabinet, clients can now choose to have the option to connect up their own PS3 or Xbox 360 console to their dedicated arcade machine in a matter of minutes.
How else could our customers play the current crop of fighting and sports games on the arcade market aside from buying every dedicated arcade machine?! All you have to do is plug in your PS3 or Xbox into the side and you are in next-gen nirvana. All controls / video / sound and all the functionality of the console is at your arcade machines disposal.
We offer our clients a choice of either xbox 360 or PS3 compatibility as standard for our Evo and Nu-Gen models. For those who can’t decide between PS3 and Xbox 360; we can even do both for a supplemental charge.
If you want the ability to play today’s arcade titles at home without having to resort to buying a dedicated arcade machine for each game – then please don’t hesitate to give us a shout. We even helped Warner Bros demo Mortal Kombat IX.
Arcade Gaming Upgrades
Light Guns, Trackballs & Spinners
Integrate your favourite controls
We also supply additional arcade peripherals such as light guns, trackballs and spinners to make your experience even more authentic. We try to ensure that we can allow you to play all retro arcade games exactly as you remember!
Perhaps have examples of games for each peripheral, ie op wolf, missile command, HOTD…
Without a doubt, all Apex and Evo owners should own one (or indeed a pair) of our USB plug-and-play light guns. Simply plug one or two into the supplied USB ports and you can play your favourite shooter games as you would on the original shooting arcade machines. Operation Wolf and Operation Thunderbolt come supplied with your arcade, so as soon as you get your arcade through the front door you’re ready for some gun-toting gaming goodness! Our light guns are unsurpassed in terms of accuracy and ease of use. All guns can be calibrated for each user within 5 seconds from the gun itself, without having to touch a keyboard or mouse.
Are you mental for Marble Madness, Millipede or Missile Command? Are you gaga for Golden Tee 1, 2 and 3? Then why not use our optional plug-and-play arcade trackball or opt for a trackball flush-mounted on your new Evo arcade machine.
Arcade Trackball: Now you can choose to have a full trackball installed into your arcade machine control panel as on the higher-spec Evo series or have a custom made USB trackball in your choice of finish that you can plug in via the USB ports on your Media series cabinet or above – please contact us for more details.
Is Arkanoid a favourite of yours? – If so you can have an arcade spinner installed on your arcade cabinet control panel. Have a great authentic arcade spinner installed in a convenient place on your preferred cabinet control panel – please contact us for more details.
To further enhance your retro gaming experience, we also offer the ability to utilise your favourite controller of yesteryear. Run up into the attic and dig out your old controllers or let us know and we’ll source you a fully serviced selection of pads. Here’s an example of some of the controllers.