Cocktail Mame Cabinet

Cocktail Mame Cabinet

Hello folks!

I hope you’re feeling  nostalgic as I sometimes do. For this post, I am going to be going over a classic video game arcade cabinet that you can use to play while sitting in your game room or wherever you choose to play this. Though rather  rare, this type of arcade cabinet is something I haven’t seen for a while. It’s called the Cocktail Arcade Machine 60 in 1 Games by Prime Arcade. It’s priced at $1789.88. This arcade cabinet has already been pre-built and doesn’t need to be assembled. It comes with 60 games and 2 chrome stools to sit on while playing these games.

If memory serves me right, I believed I played a game of Frogger and had a high score. The point total I can’t recall. But, after the game was over, I remember having to input my initials of AMT for scoring the highest among the other people who played before me. Ah, the memories!

Product description

You can bring the 80’s Classics home with this brand new Commercial Grade 60 Games in 1 Cocktail Game Table. This is constructed with the highest quality materials. Nothing has been left out, and you can experience the real feel of the arcades at home. This Cocktail Game includes 2 sitting stools, 5 Year Warranty and LIFETIME Tech Support for as long as you own this table, and parts are always available after the 5 Year Warranty. This arcade cabinet is fully assembled and secured on pallet to unsure no breakage during transit. This 60 in 1 Game Table Features: a 19″ LCD Screen New Fully Assembled in a Box – Plug and Play You Can Set Coin Operated or On FREE PLAY Tempered Glass Table Top We Ship Only Freight Dimensions of cocktail units: 34″ x 22.5″ x 27.5″ (L x W x H) Weighs 165 lbs. Some of the games included are: 1942, 1943 Kai, Amidar, Arkanoid, Bomb Jack, Burger Time, Centipede, Congo Bongo, Crush Roller, Dig Dug, Dig Dug 2, Donkey Kong, Donkey Kong Jr., Donkey Kong 3, Frogger, Galaga, Galaga 3, Galaxian, Gun Smoke, Gyruss, Hustler Jr., Pac-Man Jr., Pac-Man (Fast Mode), Jumping Jack, Juno First, King and Balloon, Ladybug, Mappy, Millipede, Moon Cresta, Mr. Do, Mr. Do’s Castle, Ms. Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man (Fast mode) New Rally X, and Pac-Man.

Reviews

There were 6 people who rated this product a perfect 5 out of 5 stars. I feel I can relate to these satisfied customers as some of the comments were “Nice arcade machine, brings back memories of going to the pizza parlor!“. It sure does bring a lot of memories growing up and playing these nostalgic video games in the 1980s.

Another reviewer stated, “Have this in a home I sometimes rent at the beach, and my first guests loved this.” If you play this game with one other player (no more than 2 players at a time can be playing). It is almost certain that you’ll be enjoying playing on this machine. Thus, it would lead to having a more of an enjoyable time.

The only drawback to this machine is that it may not cater to people who have not grown up or enjoyed playing this machine as it has very little resemblance to the video games of today. If you know anyone who can relate or have enjoyed playing the games that were made in the 1980s, I would highly recommend a cocktail mame cabinet like this. What does mame stand for, you might be asking? It’s an acronym for Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator.

In conclusion

I hope you enjoyed this arcade cabinet review. If so, please share on social media. If you have any comments or questions, go ahead and add them in the comments section below. I look forward to hearing from you and what you have to say. Thanks so much for stopping by!

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4 thoughts on “Cocktail Mame Cabinet

  1. Hey Armand, it certainly was a blast from the past reading this review. I remember this style of game machine from my younger days….happy days 🙂
    In fact, I was in a museum for Soviet Arcade Machines in St . Petersburg, Russia, last summer and some of those old Soviet gaming machines made this one look so modern haha
    This style of gaming machine is so old now but I imagine that there is still a following for it. You could start your very own museum with a collection of these arcade games 🙂

    1. Hi Robert! Thanks for commenting. Yes, this style of gaming is old, yet so nostalgic. It’s probably the only kind of arcade that I’m used to playing. Either this or the typical stand-up type. I just miss those days of playing arcade games especially a co-op game where a random stranger would challenge you in a game of Street Fighter 2 where he would insert a coin and start to play. Times were much happier then. I kinda wish those days would come back. Thanks for stopping by!

  2. Wow do I remember playing games on one of them. But that was a while ago. How cool would it be to have one of those. I have a good friend who collects arcade games, pinball machines, etc and he has 3 games rooms full of them. My son had his birthday party there one year, and everyone had a blast….the games were a great conversation piece for us adults who remembered playing them ourselves.

    1. Hi Leahrae! I would like to thank you for the comment. That’s interesting, your friend has 3 games full of arcade/pinball machines? I would love to be able to have that one of these days. That would be a dream. How about you have your friend check out this? I hope he’ll find this post interesting.

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