We have a series of new Atari themed graphics for our retro
arcade cabinets that are available now. These graphics are fully licensed form Atari
and feature logos from classic games like Asteroids, Millipede, and Breakout.
These high quality vinyl graphics are available for the
Bartop, ¾, and Full size cabinets, Fight Stick and Fight Stick with trackball,
and Bartop and Fight Stick stands. No matter which size you choose we offer
Atari themed graphics to match.
All our cabinets use the same internals. We carry high
quality arcade buttons and joysticks in a number of colors and switches with
several options for actuation weight. We also carry T molding in several colors
to give a finished look to your build. We offer LED illuminated buttons and RGB
illuminated T molding if you want to add a bit of light to your build. All our
arcade cabinets and fight sticks use the same XinMo USB controller. A version
of the controller with support for LED illuminated buttons is also available.
Our all-in-one cabinets are designed to use a Raspberry Pi 3
model B+ for emulation of classic arcade games and home consoles. Our Fight Sticks
are available as a USB controller that can be connected to a PC, Raspberry Pi, or
other system, or with a Raspberry Pi built in so you just need to connect power
and a screen.
In addition to preassembled Fight Sticks, we also offer
complete arcade cabinet kits. These kits include the cabinet, graphics, screen,
and internals. If you’d like to build your own cabinet from scratch, check out
our Retro Arcade Builder for help picking parts.
Here’s a rundown of the 8 options we currently for Retro Gaming systems have:
Fight Sticks do not include a
screen. We offer a Fight Stick Stand if you want a stand- up gaming experience. Like our all-in-one cabinets, these Fight Sticks feature controls for 2 players. These are available preassembled or as a bare cabinet you can add your own buttons, joysticks, and other components to.
This is our most basic controller. It can be connected to a
PC, Raspberry Pi, or other system and is great for users who already have an emulation setup but are still looking for the classic arcade feel.
This model is aesthetically identical to the USB Fight
Stick, but contains a Raspberry Pi and our Atari Games Card with over 140
licensed Atari games. You just need to connect a screen and power to complete
This model is aesthetically identical to the USB Fight Stick
with Trackball, but contains a Raspberry Pi and our Atari Games Card with over
140 licensed Atari games. You just need to connect a screen and power to
complete this setup.
These cabinets all contain a
screen, Raspberry Pi 3 model B+, and our Atari Games SD Card preloaded with
over 140 licensed Atari games. They're great for retro gamers looking for a dedicated system with a classic arcade feel. All sizes are available as an all-in-one kit or as a bare cabinet you can customize with your own selection of buttons, joysticks, and other parts.
our smallest cabinet. It features a 21” screen and can be set on a counter or
table. If you’re looking for a small, all-in-one standup gaming experience you
can pair this with our Bartop stand.
people this is the “goldilocks” cabinet. It’s a stand up cabinet with a 27”
screen. It’s a great option for people looking for something that’s a little
larger than the Bartop but don’t have space for a full size.
our largest cabinet. It’s ideal for 2 player games as the larger control panel
gives each player more room. It’s also the only all-in-one cabinet compatible
with a trackball control panel. This lets you add a trackball for classic
arcade games like Crystal Castles. It features our largest screen at 32".
This is our lowest priced retro gaming system.
It comes with a Raspberry Pi 3 model B+, Atari games SD card preloaded with
over 140 licensed Atari games, a USB gamepad, Atari themes Raspberry Pi case,
and all the cables needed to power the kit and connect it to a monitor. It’s
perfect for casual gamers who don’t want to dedicate the space to a
cabinet or fight stick but still want a good introduction to retro gaming emulation.
I purchased the All In One full size cabinet. Got the cabinet put together and noticed there were no Graphics at all. The description shows graphic vinyl that is adhered to the panels and to the clear plexiglass. What are my options? Also, I purchased tree standalone unit for the track ball, can all the controls switches trackball etc. be moved over to the full size trackball panel? It seems the 3 inch trackball on. The ps3, Rasberry pi version are decent quality and close to the cost of just a trackball alone.
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