Bought the perfect machine kit and looking to move forward with your machine build? These arcade bundle kits will help you do just that!
Everything in this bundle is compatible with out pre-cut builds, all you'll need to add is a screen and games!
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Purchasing an arcade machine is a big step, there are lots of decisions to make on everything from artwork to accessories and even the type of game board. So we've but together this handy buyers guide with the most common questions we get asked.
If you can't find an answer here then email us and we'll be happy to help
The average cost of one of our Arcade Machines across all styles is approximately £1400. Our basic unit is £999 and our high end is £2249 without factoring in upgrades.
We have a number of upgrades for you to choose, from lightguns, button packs through to game boards and many more. If you’re not sure, get in touch with us and we’ll happily talk you through them all.
This really depends on what sort of gaming experience you want. Often this comes from the kinds of games you like to play, where the machine will live (at home or work) and your budget. All of these factors influence screen size, artwork, game selection and physical size.
Again get in touch with us and we can advise you.
We offer four different types of game board, these include Pandora Box 6 (1,300 in 1); Retropie; Standard PC - Hyperspin (9,000 in 1) or an Upgraded PC - Hyperspin (9,000 in 1).
Each of the boards has different menus and different games lists. The more expensive boards have more games. The Hyperspin boards run on a Windows PC and allows you to connect devices like trackballs and light guns.
We supply the only light gun on the market at the moment. It's called Aimtrak and it uses IR technology like the Nintendo Wii.
Delivery is kerb side but everything is secure inside so you can lift it into place with 2 people. The arcade machine weighs between 60-100kg.
Yes all arcade machines use an IEC socket and provided cable. They will plug into any household socket using the same style cable as a computer. It's called a kettle lead.
No you won’t need coins, however we can fit a coin mechanism if you would like. Customers like these either for the “feeling” or to make money in a pub or other place of business. Please note, there is an additional cost to install the mechanism.
All machines can have the coin mechanism installed except the 24 inch machines. If you don't have a coin mechanism installed then the machine is set to free play or you have a “credit” button on the hyperspin machines.
No, we don't service or repair older arcade machines.
Yes we carry replacements and spares for our machines. Not for older arcade machines.
In the very rare circumstances that an arcade machine is delivered to you faulty. We will fix it. Either on-site or we will replace it with a new machine.
No, all arcade machines are plug and play.