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.
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.
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.
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.
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.