Just about everyone who owns one or more arcade games would love to have a copy of their game(s) in mint condition. When you can’t make that happen, the next best thing is a true-to-original restoration. If you’re lucky, you’re good at doing your own repairs or finding great people to print, fabricate and paint ..
Thanks to a never-ending supply of online resources and my obsession with Mortal Kombat II and pretty much all MK games after that, I have acquired quite a bit of information needed to complete this project. So without further ado, let’s dive into how I plan to put all five Mortal Kombat arcade games into ..
Using Coin Mechanisms in Your Home Arcade – For Tokens was last modified: March 6th, 2018 by Brandon
The hobby of collecting arcade games is a small part of my world. I don’t have a basement full of games nor do I have unlimited space and money to get everything I want. However, like many of us who dabble in this fun and exciting industry, even owning one game is enough to be ..
Difference Between a Y-Unit and T-Unit Mortal Kombat PCB was last modified: August 17th, 2015 by Brandon
This is just a very quick blurb regarding something simple that I had trouble with. The plan was to set the copyright year within the footer so that when the new year comes up, my site will automatically reflect the change. Anyone with even the most basic knowledge of PHP (like myself) knows about the ..