Inventory: Arcade Video Games

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IMPORTANT Service and Future Repair Information on our Frequently Asked Questions page!  Please read this over so you understand YOUR responsibilities when owning a classic Arcade Video Game.

A full size stand-up game measuring approximately 25 inches wide, 33 inches deep and 6 feet tall. This can vary somewhat.  Weight ranges from 250 pounds to 300 pounds.  Some games have large control panels–but they can easily be removed to bring into your home and then re-installed–just bolts and electrical plugs –so you can do it yourself down the road!  A Cabaret or Mini are ideal for people who want a much smaller footprint.  These machines are usually 20 to 22 inches wide, 28 to 32 inches deep and 5 ft tall.  The do not look as imposing as the regular size machines.  A Cocktail Table game allows two people to sit in chairs opposite each other and each would have their own set of controls to play.  The screen reverses for each player’s turn. *To read details and see pictures of any Video games, check this site:  www.klov.com

Hyperlinks below show reconditioned machines we have recently sold–this is to give you an idea how the games look when finished!  We will take pictures and even a Video of the completed machine for your approval before shipping!

TNT Amusements own truck and men can deliver machines up to a maximum of 100 miles from our shop.  If you are outside this range, it must get shipped by common carrier.  Once a machine leaves our loading dock onto a commercial truck operated by a trucking company, we cannot be responsible for damage.  All carriers have a $500 deductible for damage. 

When the crated machine arrives, inspect the cardboard, pallet, and wrap.  If you notice any damage, make sure the driver takes pictures of it and notes it on your delivery slip.  In almost every case, damage is a minimum and can be repaired easily by you, rather than sending the game back.  We will do everything we can to assist you with the repair and tips.

Also, please read out FAQ page about shipping and service once the machine arrives at your home, and how the initial warranty and all future service is handled. 

Video Title

Mfr

Year

Price

Video notes

In Showroom

Arcade Legends 3 Chicago Gaming 2013 $2999 125 classic games—Brand new in box-LCD Monitor
Arcade Legends Chicago Gaming 2004 $2299 The original!  Like New! yes
Arctic Thunder Cockpit Bally Midway 2000 $2799 Terrific Ski Themed driver–2nd linked unit add $2500 yes
Area 51 Site 4 Atari 1993 $1999 2 gun Sci Fi classic—ready to go yes
Asteroids Deluxe Cocktail Atari 1979 $1999 ON HOLD Original space classic with super sharp vector monitor-add $200 for Multi Asteroids board yes
Centipede Atari 1980 $1999 also, but it working fine, but as is for $1200
Centipede/ Millipede/ Missile Command/Bowling Team Play 2004 $2,199 4 great games and with large 25″ monitor.   Buy as is working fine for $1600 yes
Champion Baseball Wico/Sega 1986 $1499 baseball game that was popular…buy as is working fine for $500 500
Class of 81 Multicade Namco 2001 $2,599 19″ LCD Monitor and has Sixty Classic Games now! Ms Pacman and Galaga side art–like new!  Smaller CABARET vertsion is $2499 yes
Cobra Command Laser Disc Nihon Bussan 1984 $4199 This is the Japanese Laser Disc Game-not to be confused with the 1988 Data East version–in a Cliff Hanger cabinet
Cruisin’ USA Midway 1995 $2199 Dedicated Unit Classic yes
Cruisin’ The World Midway 1997 $2499 Grand fun!  Ready to go..with flat screen  LCD Monitor…buy TWO linked up for $3999
Cruisin’ Exotica Midway 1999 $2799 Ultimate driver…ready to go! yes
Golden Tee 1997

Incredible

Technologies

1997 $1199 classic game  25″ monitor yes
Golden Tee Complete Incredible Technologies 2006 $2399 All 28 courses!  Ready to go! yes
Hydra (driving) Atari 1990 $1799 Boat driving game, with steering yoke…buy as is working fine for $700 yes
Ladybug Cocktail Table Universal 1982 $1699 Maze game in cocktail table cabinet-
Lucky and Wild Cockpit Driving game Namco 1993 $2,199 2 player driving game with seat-ready to go! Video cued up to this exact machine yes
Megatouch Force Merit 2007 $899 80 touch games to play! This one is picture tube style…LCD Flat Screen style is style $1299 and up yes
Marvel VS Capcom 2 Capcom 1998 $2499 Ready to go….In supersize original Capcom cabinet NICE! yes
Missile Command Atari 1980 $2499 Restored classic game, ready to go! yes
Mr. Driller Namco 1999 $1499 25″ screen
Ms Pacman Bally Midway 1981 $2299 Restored side art….also buy for $1999 with high gloss black sides—also buy as is working fine for $1300 and restore it yourself! yes
Multicade Various 1981 $1999 to $2699 Various styles of cabinets from upright to cocktail–SIXTY classic Games to play yes
NBA Jam Tournament Bally Midway 1994 $3199 4 player version restored 
Night Stocker Bally Sente 1984 $2499 ON HOLD hard to find driving/gun game-in smaller dedicated cabinet
Quarterback Cinematronics 1987 $1999 2 player football…Reconditioned…or buy as is working fine for $1200 yes
Space Invaders Multicade Midway 1980 $2199 Plays seven different games–with color LCD monitor yes
Stargate/Defender Cocktail Table Williams 1981 $2199 Upgraded 19″ LCD Monitor and plays BOTH classics!
Toobin’ Atari 1984 $3199–on hold two player tube racing ….buy as is working fine for $1800 yes
Vanguard Centuri 1981 $1699 Rarely seen classic from early 80’s
Virtua Cop 2 Sega 1996 $1999 2 Gun– 2 player game
X Men VS Street Fighter
Capcom 1996 $1999 2 player fighter yes

Video Cockpit

Drivers

For single player, is 26 to 31 inches wide, 5 to 6 feet long and 4 to 5 feet tall. A double player version is usually 5 feet wide, 5 feet long and 4 to 5 feet tall.

Video Title

Mfr

Year

Price

Video Notes

In Showroom

Arctic Thunder Midway 2000 $2799 Snowmobile-seat vibrates-buy TWO and we can link them! yes
 Cruisin’ USA  Midway  1995  $2199  Legendary Driver! yes
Cruisin’ the World Midway 1997 $2499 second in the series
Cruisin’ Exotica Midway 1999 $2799 Ultimate driver–best in the series yes
Lucky and Wild Cockpit Driving game Namco 1993 $2199 2 player driving game with seat-ready to go! yes

Also, please read out FAQ page about shipping and service once the machine arrives at your home, and how the initial warranty and all future service is handled.