This Mortal Kombat went through a light restoration, then we sold it to a fellow local collector. A cool game, I'm just not a fan of fighting games. I sold it in early 2019.
A decent upright cabinet with some minor water damage on the bottom. We picked up a cabaret cabinet version later that same year, so we didn't need two Centipedes. Sold it in 2018 to a fellow collector.
Had this for only a few years, and decided to sell it since we already have a Stargate.
Nice condition Popeye cocktail that was rebuilt and then sold at a Dallas auction in 2018.
I bought this when I lived in Memphis, TN from 2006-2008. This was one of three games I had in Memphis, that unfortunately I couldn't keep when I would move to Texas in 2009.
Another game I owned while in Memphis... this was a serviceable but average condition Millipede.
Ahhh.. this was a beauty! Totally original Pac-Man cocktail with a very low serial number. I wish I had hung onto this one.
Part of my collection while I lived in Washington D.C. almost 15 some odd years ago. These "Red Tents" are now highly sought after.
Q*Bert is a fun game but I had a hard time keeping this one running... I sold this with a large amount of games in 2006 due to a divorce.
Very rare dedicated Choplifter, just a great game. I miss this one a good bit.
This was a decent Gyruss running on a bootleg CPU... if I remember correctly it had all sorts of ongoing audio issues.
A very nice Dig Dug which I enjoyed while I had it. It's a beauty of a cabinet (Typical awesome Atari 80's cabinet) but the game is somewhat repetitive... I don't see myself owning another Dig Dig in the future.
Yes another Popeye... I don't think I had this one but a year or so.
This Space Harrier is still in the family and will be redoing my collection here in Seattle at some point in the future.
I bought this as a 1942 and turned it into a Frogger... although actually originally it was the Pac-Man rip off Piranha.
My original OutRun cabaret... which was in decent but not great condition. I now own a fully restored one.
A gift from my parents, I have fond memories of playing Kangaroo at Safeway while my Mother shopped for groceries. Kangaroo is a sub par Donkey Kong rip off but I still love it. The cabinet is just amazing. Another game I had to sell in 2006 due to a divorce.
AHHHH I miss this one most of all... super cool Playchoice 10 bartop. One day I will get another one for sure.