This weekend KID, also a member here, found an Invaders nest (and some more) and he invited me to come along.
Mostly Italian bootlegs I think, and not really worth any money but I think they look damn cool/kitsch. Yum!
And always keep in mind that we are talking about preserving the video game history for our children here
We rescued some of them already but I'm really hesitating now...
Should we go back and rescue some more, even though we don't really have enough room to store more junk??
That would sure save them from the dumpster or worse.
They are all supposedly in working condition but I highly doubt that.
Help us make our mind... (or please share it with us if you have some more infos on those cabs)UFO INVADERS:
If you've already seen the robots or ships somewhere else that's pure coincidence.SUPER INVADERS:
AKA electrical ewok hungry for 3 millenium falcons cookies
yet another SUPER INVADERS:
illustrating how Grendizer robots had trouble walking on the moon back thenUFO INVADERS
OK the side art has seen better days but it has a midway coin doorSUPER INVADERS
(don't watch if clowns scare you):
Midway coin door too + a spooky sideart with big pants (= a midway clowns cab from 1978).GALAXIE 2:
with some kind of "end of the world" vision that requires US army VS dinosaurs... we took that cab with us already.TV PING PONG:
Now that's a real piece of history... from 1973! It's on KLOV
and KID even found the original flyer online.
Of course we took this cab too on our first visit.PULL DOWN:
Aiming somewhere between Computer Space and Shiva.
Shake that rusty gearstick, Schumi!