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I-Mockery Pays A Visit To Arcade Expo 2015!
by: -RoG-

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Dr. Boogie giving Data East's bizarre "Gondomania" a try.


S.T.U.N. Runner felt so ahead of its time when I first played it back in the day.


A pair of backglass for Fathom and Elvira & the Party Monsters.


Can't forget Elvira's classic Scared Stiff either.


Mania, Strikes and Spurs, and Solar City classic pinball art.


Just one of the many rows of random classic arcade games in this huge expo.


Yes, Up Scope actually included a pull-out step for kids who were too shore to look into the periscope viewer. Smart!


Fix-It Felix Jr. may not be a genuine classic, but it's built like one, so it gets a pass.


Phoenix in all its wood-paneling glory.


Sadly, the Three Stooges game was out of order. Nyuk, nyuk, nyuk.


For fans of Dragon's Lair and Space Ace, here's another old laser disc arcade game, Super Don Quix-ote!


Considering it was banned back in the day, it's rare to find a Chiller arcade cabinet still up 'n running.


Gotta love that marquee artwork. I need it hanging on my wall.


Good shooting!


An old 2-in-1 Nintendo arcade cabinet featuring Vs. Ice Climber and Vs. Duck Hunt!


And, of course, the classic Nintendo PlayChoice arcade cabinet, seen here running Super Mario Bros. 3.


The original Nintendo arcade line-up still had some of the best designs, especially with all the beautiful bezel art.


Exterminator has a great looking cabinet, but the game? Eh... not so great.


Warp Warp by Rock-Ola from back in 1981!


I absolutely adore this short Battlezone cabaret cabinet, complete with wood-paneling.


Ride the rapids of Toobin'!


Escape from the Planet of the Robot Monsters? Works both as an arcade game and as a b-movie title.


The Addams Family pinball machine... still one of the best pinball playfield designs ever.


There wasn't a ton of merchandise for sale, but why am I not surprised that a bootleg DVD merchant showed up?


Everyone loved playing Out Run back in the day, but this particular sit-down version
featured a hydraulics system that moved players around while driving their car in the game.


Another shot of Sega's ultimate Out Run cabinet. Gotta take this one outside for a real test drive sometime.

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