Arcade1Up, maker of retro arcade cabinets and other accessories, has introduced their first sit-down arcade cabinet. Check out the trailers below.
Cabinet include 1986 Outrun, 1989 Turbo Outrun, 1992 Outrunners and 1988. Power Drift Most notably, instead of having to stand to play it like a regular arcade cabinet, the package included a custom matching bench , like the days have passed. Type in the gallery below.
Arcade1Up Outrun Cabinet Screenshot
Arcade 1Up’s Outrun cabinet also includes a steering wheel, brake and pedal peripherals, 17-inch LCD display, changeable volume switch, dual speakers, and light knob. Like most Arcade1Up products, the cabinets are a bit smaller than the more bulky machines you’ll find in the classic arcade game, but certainly not by much at this point. The Outrun cabinet measures 45.8 inches tall, while the bench measures: 38.5 ”x 19.8” x 18.5 ”. The box measures 6.75 ”x 47.75” x 23.75 ”.
Weighing in at 113lbs, this Outrun mini is a blessing to return everywhere, as the original cabinet can reach 350lbs, according to VintageArcade.
Arcade1Up’s Outrun cabinet can be yours for $ 499.99 and can be ordered through the Arcade1Up site. It is worth mentioning that other retailers will also have this cabinet at a later date. You’re paying an extra $ 100 or so for that couch, though the product image shows the cabinet can also be played upright … Or kneel, depending on your height (again, it is only 45.8 inches tall).
Arcade1Up also recently announced the Star Wars, Marvel, and Mars Attack series! Pinball machines, with 10 games each, coming soon.
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