Classic Arcade News Feed: May 2019

Here’s a summary for you of the latest arcade-related news! This month, I thought I’d mix things up a bit and pull together bunch of videos detailing what’s new relating to the hobby. Don’t forget to let me know your thoughts in the comments below. Paul Johnson is a 2D animator with a penchant for…

Classic Arcade News Feed: January 2019

Welcome to Classic Arcade News Feed for January 2019! This is the second instalment in this series. Feedback was good from last month’s inaugural news article, so I can see this being a regular feature here on Arcade Blogger. Let’s get to it! First up is a great interview with American Classic Arcade Museum curator…

Classic Arcade Gaming Quiz!

If you’re a regular Arcade Blogger reader, you might recall that back in November 2018, I made my annual trip to The Free Play Florida event in Orlando – read my review here. Each year, I am asked to get involved with the event organisation in some way. This year we decided to try out…

Classic Arcade News Feed: December 2018

I often come across interesting snippets of info and news as I keep my eyes and ears open for a new story suitable for publication here on the blog. For the most part, these don’t warrant a full article. So I thought I’d try something new, and pull these bits together and share them in…

Golden Age Arcade Videos

Thought I’d keep quiet this week and share a few arcade-related videos that came across my desk recently. The first is a short film from award-winning production company 3 Angry Men based here in the UK. It tells a poignant story of arcade days gone by through the eyes of a couple of operators based…

Revival Retro Gaming Event: May 2018

There’s a pretty decent selection of Retro Gaming events over here in the UK now. Play, NERG and Revival are the most popular during the calendar year. At each, there is a wide selection of things to see and do: guests, vendors, pinball, consoles, arcade machines, talks and interactive set ups. This year saw the…

Centuri Inc: The King of Licenced Arcade Games

The story of Centuri starts well before the Golden Age of arcade gaming. It was launched from the ashes of Allied Leisure formed by Ron Haliburton and Dave Braun in 1968. Allied released many well-known electromechanical and solid state pinball machines. It did actually dabble in the early video game craze – releasing a version of…