New York, USA – July 25, 2018 – Tastemakers, LLC. is opening the doors to the past on July 25. Eager consumers will be able to place pre-orders for the first wave of affordable Arcade1Up smaller-scale arcade cabinets stocked with classic games like Atari’s Centipede and Asteroids.

Standing at just under 4 ft. tall, each Arcade1Up machine is loaded with different classic arcade games and comes with an immersive full-color, hi-resolution display and authentic sounds. The cabinets feature the original arcade games’ control and button configurations, eliminating any guesswork about gameplay. Add-ons include a stool and riser, allowing for the creation of a full arcade experience that fits perfectly in a den, office or dorm, and enables hours of fun-filled gaming.

Arcade1Up will transport you back to an era of button-mashing, neon lights and hours of addictive gaming fun,” said Scott Bachrach, CEO of Tastemakers, LLC. “It is a unique experience and truly brings back retro gaming the way it was meant to be played!”

5 cabinets will be available this fall from Arcade1Up with 3 to 4 different games on each machine. The cabinets are priced at $399 each with the following games:

  • Atari®’s Centipede® Cabinet:

Centipede®, Millipede®, Missile Command®, Crystal Castles®

  • Atari®’s Asteroids® Cabinet:

Asteroids®, Tempest®, Major Havoc®, Lunar Lander®

  • Midway’s Rampage Cabinet:

Rampage, Defender, Joust, Gauntlet

  • Capcom’s Street Fighter II Championship Cabinet:

Street Fighter™II Championship, Super Street Fighter™II New Challenger, Super Street Fighter™II Turbo

  • Capcom’s Final Fight® Cabinet:

Final Fight®, 1944: The Loop Master, Ghosts N’ Goblins®, Strider®

Pre-orders for Arcade1Up can be placed in-store at GameStop locations and online at Walmart.com, BedBathandBeyond.com and GameStop.com. Arcade1Up will be hitting store shelves September 25, 2018.

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A long-time fan and reveler of all things Geek, I am also the Editor-in-Chief and Founder of GamingShogun.com