The latest mobile game from the team behind the frustratingly addictive Crossy Road. It combines their quirky retro aesthetic with the good old vertical shmup genre. Crossy Road is to Frogger as Shooty Skies is to Xevious. iOS only so far; hopefully on Android soon.
Chicago arcade cabinet builder Jason Camberis created this gargantuan 14 foot-tall machine to bring back memories of how it felt to reach up to the controls on arcade machines when he was growing up. The record-breaking machine plays games from a variety of consoles too.
Despite being done in the style of classic arcade fighters, this battle between the internet’s best friend and man’s best friend is surprisingly accurate. Plus, whether you’re a cat lover or a dog lover, there’s a satisfying ending for you.
A highly customizable wooden arcade table. It has a 26″ LCD, Sanwa joysticks and buttons, a trackball, DVD-drive, Wi-Fi support, HDMI and USB ports and comes with lots of old arcade games.
It’s funny what can happen during a simple game of HORSE, especially when you’re trying to one-up your buddies like this guy. After all that, in classic dude fashion, he only wants to know if it went in.