The Killer List Of Video Games. This is a very complete list of video games, with basic information, an abstract of the game, complete description, cabinet info, cheats/tricks/bugs, an image of the marquee and a picture of the game.
Your source for old and rare components for arcade games, old school computers, and old school game consoles! We carry a variety of CPU and Support chips as well as various RAMs, ROMs, EPROMs, 74xx/4xxx logic, and custom made chips.
We are SC3 – the Southern California Classic Collectors – a videogame collector's group serving the Metropolitan Los Angeles, San Diego and Inland Empire areas. We've got a soft spot for the "classic" days of the early 1980s, but we love games of all eras, from Pong to PlayStation 3. Come and play!
The Internet Pinball Serial Number Database or IPSND collects serial numbers of pinball machines and publishes a database of these on the Internet. Our goal is to make available a registration of all pinball machines in existence and allow tools for slicing, dicing and visualization of the data.
The Sands Mechanical Museum contains many mechanical wonders, including antique coin operated games, nimble cars like the Super Seven and Elise, and unusual time pieces. While it is a virtual museum, many of the mechanisms are real and can be seen by appointment.
The Worlds Oldest Penny Arcade. The arcade is a blend of old and new. Approximately half the floor space of the arcade is dedicated to games of from every decade starting in 1920. Most of these games are on their original coinage.
Silverball Museum Arcade and Pinball Hall Of Fame is a museum and arcade in one. We have 200 pinball machines on display and ready to play – mainly from the 1930’s to the 1980’s – in a 5,000 square foot location on the Asbury Park Boardwalk. Visitors of all ages, from elementary students to retirees, are discovering and rediscovering the lure of the flashing lights, exciting sounds and addictive challenges only old school pinball machines can provide.
Automatic Age magazine is the most important arcade & coin-op industry publication from the era of the roaring '20s through the end of World War II. Highly prized by collectors, and previously very hard to find or gain access to, these issues provide a unique insight into a time of dynamic industry growth and invention.
The purpose of this site is to preserve the game cabinets. Cabinets are painstakingly traced and detailed parts plans are created. This process usually takes over 6 hours per set of plans (for small cabinets). While the plans are listed in CNC friendly formats, most users of this site are reproducing arcade cabinets by hand since all of the dimensions are in the DXF files.
Pins and Needles has one of the most unique collections of pinball machines in the country. We carry a great collection of fun late ’70s / early ’80s pins, some early electro-mechanicals, and also some of the best modern games around. Pins and Needles is located within a giant band practice building in Echo Park California. The doors to the building are nearly always open, and our proprietress, Molly, has set up some pins in the lobby. Pins and Needles is generally open in the evenings. One sure way to make sure it’s open is to email or text Molly.
We are the leading manufacturer of printed carpet and artificial turf for bowling centers, roller skating rinks, family arcades, family entertainment centers, glow golf, restaurants, kids rooms, game rooms,home theaters and miniature golf.
Neon Retro Arcade is an old-school arcade with your favorite retro games from back in the day. Come visit Neon to take a totally awesome journey back to the 80s and 90s, share the games of your youth with your kids, or reconnect with buddies through some friendly competition.
The objective of the International Flipper Pinball Association (IFPA) is to elevate the awareness and visibility of pinball across the globe and generate media coverage and corporate backing to bring the sport of competitive pinball back into the spotlight.
The International Video Game Hall of Fame and Museum is dedicated to honoring excellence in the field of electronic gaming by recognizing the champions, industries, and professionals related to this popular activity. We will build and maintain a state-of-the-art interactive facility in Ottumwa, Iowa that contains historical archive exhibits describing the milestones of the video game industry, and preserve significant video gaming relics, memorabilia, and artifacts of the times past and present.