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Old 10-20-2021, 05:00 PM   #31
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Pretty cool! Wish their stuff was 1:4.

Numskull is on the same page with that screen overlay. They talk about future machines coming with it, in that last vid I posted.
Yeah just literally finished watching it, some cool things in there Iím just not quite as excited about theyíre line up as new wave toys (partly the game choice but also as theyíre mostly based of the same cab design) plus not overly happy theyíre moving to using plastic instead of real wood for the cabs.
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Old 10-20-2021, 05:27 PM   #32
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I wish New Wave Toys would choose better games.
For the moment, all i own is Street Fighter II
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Old 10-20-2021, 06:13 PM   #33
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Yeah just literally finished watching it, some cool things in there I’m just not quite as excited about they’re line up as new wave toys (partly the game choice but also as they’re mostly based of the same cab design) plus not overly happy they’re moving to using plastic instead of real wood for the cabs.
Well, just yesterday Numskull posted a message that after reading feedback from their poll posted after that video, they are on pause as they figure out what to do going forward. It seems that many indicated displeasure with the switch to plastic, so they are investigating and getting price quotes from their suppliers before continuing. It wasn't a big deal for me, assuming they 'felt' the same, or close, with plastic.

So you're a fan of the earlier 80s stuff? I'm more invested in the later 80s and early 90s myself. However, of what they've teased, I'm only really in for the first TMNT and maybe the Pepsi machine.
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Old 10-21-2021, 06:41 AM   #34
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Well, just yesterday Numskull posted a message that after reading feedback from their poll posted after that video, they are on pause as they figure out what to do going forward. It seems that many indicated displeasure with the switch to plastic, so they are investigating and getting price quotes from their suppliers before continuing. It wasn't a big deal for me, assuming they 'felt' the same, or close, with plastic.

So you're a fan of the earlier 80s stuff? I'm more invested in the later 80s and early 90s myself. However, of what they've teased, I'm only really in for the first TMNT and maybe the Pepsi machine.
Tbh Iíve got favourite games from pretty much every decade thatís why Iím happy buying pretty much everything they release! If I had to choose though Iíd go 90ís also. But more than anything I just love the way these things look on display, a proper working miniature arcade. Thatís why I canít get into the 1:4ís too much as they up so much more real estate. But by the sounds of it numskull have some real big decisions to make before they can move forward.
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Old 10-21-2021, 04:12 PM   #35
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Tbh I’ve got favourite games from pretty much every decade that’s why I’m happy buying pretty much everything they release! If I had to choose though I’d go 90’s also. But more than anything I just love the way these things look on display, a proper working miniature arcade. That’s why I can’t get into the 1:4’s too much as they up so much more real estate. But by the sounds of it numskull have some real big decisions to make before they can move forward.
That's cool, I get it. If I wasn't into statues, I'd probably be all in on everything too, to try to recreate a whole diverse arcade. As is, I'm just going for select few that are special to me.

Having a whole bunch on in attract mode is such a cool setting. Very relaxing - takes me back. lol

Microsoft put out "Game Room" software front end for 360, and you could 'buy' and populate your own arcade with cabinets, and walk around with your avatar. I liked doing that as much as actually playing the machines! Hearing an arcade full of background noise was great.
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Old 10-22-2021, 01:24 PM   #36
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That's cool, I get it. If I wasn't into statues, I'd probably be all in on everything too, to try to recreate a whole diverse arcade. As is, I'm just going for select few that are special to me.

Having a whole bunch on in attract mode is such a cool setting. Very relaxing - takes me back. lol

Microsoft put out "Game Room" software front end for 360, and you could 'buy' and populate your own arcade with cabinets, and walk around with your avatar. I liked doing that as much as actually playing the machines! Hearing an arcade full of background noise was great.
Yeah I remember that but never really got into it too much. Have you checked out NewRetroArcade: Neon? It's on steam you can build a virtual arcade and using the editor put any arcade machines you want in there, it does take some work setting up though (but you can download pre configured arcades). It's awesome though once set up the detail is amazing aswell as the arcade machines there's a bowling alley, skee ball, basketball punching machine even a home cinema which you can load films to. Plus a bunch of other stuff. Best of all you can play it in VR! it's like your in the ultimate arcade/man cave!
Best thing is to check out some YouTube vids of it
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Yeah I remember that but never really got into it too much. Have you checked out NewRetroArcade: Neon? It's on steam you can build a virtual arcade and using the editor put any arcade machines you want in there, it does take some work setting up though (but you can download pre configured arcades). It's awesome though once set up the detail is amazing aswell as the arcade machines there's a bowling alley, skee ball, basketball punching machine even a home cinema which you can load films to. Plus a bunch of other stuff. Best of all you can play it in VR! it's like your in the ultimate arcade/man cave!
Best thing is to check out some YouTube vids of it
Have not heard of that. Looks awesome! Thanks! I've never really gotten into Steam, though I created an account a while ago. Definitely interested. Looks like plenty of other people long for the arcade days...
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