The Simpsons arcade machine from Arcade1Up


Arcade1Up allows game room enthusiasts to build a mini-arcade at home with a set of classic machines dedicated to the most beloved quarter-games to date. The company already offers cabinets from Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter to NBA Jam and Ms. Pac Man, but today Arcade1Up is another beloved with the addition of The Simpsons arcade beatup to its catalog. Konami Fighter has announced that it will join the existing lineup.

Widely known among fans as The Simpsons Arcade. Originally a fighter released in an arcade 30 years ago in 1991. In this game you can choose to play as Homer, Marge, Bart, or Lisa while fighting Springfield to save Maggie. Like Konami’s other popular arcade beatups, the original Simpsons arcade cabinet allows four players to play together.

A typical Arcade1Up cabinet offers two-player action, with the exception of products such as the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Golden Ax machines. Thankfully, the Simpsons Arcade1Up machine also has four joysticks, allowing you to experience the madness of the original four-player. Not only that, but if you don’t have three friends at home who want to dive into the game, this cabinet also uses Arcade1Up’s Wi-Fi system, so you’ll be with other players who own this machine around the world. You can participate in. The cabinet also contains a trackball for playing the other game included in the package, The Simpsons Bowling.

The Simpsons Arcade1Up cabinet features a illuminated marquee and a matching riser to bring your machine closer to the height of a standard arcade cabinet (even with a riser, in case you haven’t bought or seen it). It’s shorter than a regular arcade machine (formerly Arcade1Up product), a dedicated stool, an 18-inch x 24-inch tin sigh, and a clear deck protector. The machine itself is 57.8 inches high and weighs just over 100 pounds.

The price of this Arcade1Up machine is $ 599.99. If you like the idea of ​​having a mini arcade at home but are looking for another game Here Check out the entire lineup of Arcade1Up.