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This Fancy Transforming Arcade Cabinet Uses Steam Link

David Rickman wanted to make an arcade machine, but instead of just making another Raspberry Pi system, he used a steam link.
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This Two-Player Mini Arcade Is Powered by Raspberry Pi

img_1092-copyMatt “Circuitbeard” Brailsford is the creator of this 80’s inspired “cocktail table” retro graming center.

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This Guy Created a Beautiful Sound Sequencer Just to Test Some Buttons

It’s hard to believe that this beautifully crafted sequencer was made for the purpose of testing arcade buttons.
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This Spacey Arcade Game Controller Is Out of This World

For all the gamers out there rocking that #lunarcore aesthetic, we present you with this spacey arcade game controller.
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New Project: Bartop Video Arcade from an Old PC

Take an unwanted desktop PC and build a bartop arcade gaming cabinet out of the parts.
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New Project: Raspberry Pi Home Arcade

The Raspberry Pi can be the beating heart of a classic video arcade machine. And who doesn’t want one of those? Pair it with an Arduino Esplora controller and play all your favorite arcade games from the 8-bit era.
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Building a Basic Arcade Cabinet

Arcade Machines are becoming popular DIY projects for those that want to bring back the sights and sounds of their favorite games. It takes some skill to build your own but it can be done with little time and a little ingenuity.Read more on MAKE

Portable Raspberry Pi MAME Device

Jason Birch built a hand held MAME device using a Raspberry Pi connected to a 3.5″ LCD screen. The unit is powered from a battery pack and runs for around 2.5 hours.Read the full article on MAKE