The National Coin-Op and Video Game Museum
The Entry
November 1994

When you first walk in, you can get some change. That's what Rich is doing here. Or maybe he's buying a T shirt. Or just trying to collect himself before moving further inward. There's a lot to see here. One of the first things you'll notice is a Dragon's Lair and Dragon's Lair II side by side, with an external monitor to help you watch the action. Behind the cashier it looks like an invasion of the yellow Pac Man family has taken place...they have a space of their own! There's a couple of coin-ops, an Asteroids, a sit-down Star Wars, and a sit-down Star Trek. There's a hallway leading to two back rooms where you can make out... Space Ace, Dig Dug, and hey, is that a Q*bert back there?

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links to like

Killer List of Videogames.

Good Deal Games
Old console heaven. These people still release new games for ColecoVision, Vectrex, and other consoles.

Arcade Restoration Workshop
This site is about restoring arcade games to their former splendor. Run by Brien. Swell.

Twin Galaxies
The worldwide authority on player rankings, gaming statistics, and championship tournaments.

Universal Videogame List
I had an idea to database all games ever a while back, but just thinking about it made me tired. This lunatic is attempting it.

Oh look, another lunatic. This site seems to be a competitor to the UVL above, but has a different look.

An international traveling museum exhibit chronicling the history of mankind's first interactive media.