Arcades, Museums & Gamerooms

Videos of vintage slot machines in action.
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Sprechen die Deutsch?



I just put this site in the Archive: http://alte-spielautomaten.de

It has a really good history of Max Jentzsch's Leipzig company.
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Tour of Arreton Barnes, Isle of Wight vintage arcade, now gone, sadly.



Showing working models at the Old Penny Arcade, Rye.

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Worlds biggest private slot collection

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Topic moved & merged - Site Admin.

I dont know if this has been shown on the forum before,I cant find it. It is a great video showing an amazing selection of machines, it also touches on two threads running just now.
1.The unusual Bingo Buckley being discussed came from this collection

2. 5min 30sec into this video you catch a glimpse of several machines much like the "nine holes golf" that has a thread running,would these be US made?

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Terra Technica museum of jukebox, pinball and slot machines in the Czech Republic (German language)

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Arcadia - 100 Years of Gaming History - From Penny Arcade to Video Games (https://www.arcade-museum.com/)



Tour of Musée Mécanique, San Francisco

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Here’s how my games room looked a few weekends ago before I got the Play Golf.

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pennymachines wrote: Sun May 23, 2021 5:39 pm Arcadia - 100 Years of Gaming History - From Penny Arcade to Video Games (https://www.arcade-museum.com/)

Tour of Musée Mécanique, San Francisco
Those are both great videos, thanks
ddstoys wrote: Mon May 24, 2021 5:29 am Here’s how my games room looked a few weekends ago before I got the Play Golf.
I replied to your video on youtube before. Your collection very much reminds me of the kind of collection I and a friend of mine have, a deep and eclectic collection of coin-operated electro-mechanical and mechanical machines from around the world.
(and yet amongst our three collections, there is minimal duplication)

Still curious as to what your upright Circus machine is.
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The upright circus machine is a 1945 Williams Circus Romance.
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Well! That's some games room. No wonder you have got room for the Golf game. You are a lucky chap, and so is your wife! Get rid of that sofa and get some more machines. :lol:
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