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To celebrate the release of the first ever book on the phenomenon of the seaside amusement arcade - Pennies by the Sea - we have launched this new arcades forum.

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Check out this website!

Postby Paul281 » 10 Mar 2009, 06:44

I've found this website the other day, there are many long forgotten electromechanical arcade machines on here.

http://marvin3m.com/arcade/index.htm
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Postby EAS » 17 Mar 2009, 19:49

What an amazing site! Real anorak stuff, very interesting... thanks for that.
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Postby activerides » 13 May 2009, 15:41

Wow, there are some real classic machines on this website. I didn't realise one of my favourites as a young kid was a Cowboy coin operated machine made by Sega. I did not realize that Sega has been making arcade machines since the second world war.
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Postby Paul281 » 13 May 2009, 18:46

activerides wrote:Wow, there are some real classic machines on this website. I didn't realise one of my favourites as a young kid was a Cowboy coin operated machine made by Sega. I did not realize that Sega has been making arcade machines since the second world war.

There was a Segfa Gunfight on ebay recently, went for $3500
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