Meet Arcade1Up’s New Pong, Dragon’s Lair, and Killer Instinct Cabinets

Meet Arcade1Up’s New Pong, Dragon’s Lair, and Killer Instinct Cabinets

January 12, 2021 Off By tracy
From a four-player TMNT cabinet to the sit-down driving experience, Arcade1Up has released a ton of interesting arcade cabinets, and now it’s announcing its first-ever four-player Pub-Style Head-to-Head machine.Arcade1Up’s latest machine is called the Pong 4-Player Pub Table and it’s basically a tall round table you and your friends can gather around to drink and play Atari classics. There are 8 licensed Atari games including Pong, Pong Doubles, Quadra Pong, Pong Sports, Warlords, Circus Atari, Tempest, and Super Breakout

Aside from play classic Atari games, the Pong 4-Player Pub Table is a functional piece of furniture. It even has a clear cover top to protect it from accidental spills. It’s also now available for preorder at Best Buy.

If you’re looking for a more traditional arcade cabinet, Arcade1Up has also announced a new Dragon’s Lair machine. The machine features an HD transfer of all the original arcade games including Dragon’s Lair, Dragon’s Lair II: Time Warp, and Space Ace. This cabinet is an almost perfect replica of the early ’80s machine with nearly identical art and the same form factor.

Acrade1Up is also rolling out a new X-Men 4 Player Arcade. Similar to the company’s previous 4-player TMNT cabinet, it’s loaded with the 4-player X-Men arcade game from 1992 but with Wi-Fi added so you can play with others both in-person and online. You’ll also find Captain America and The Avengers and The Avengers in Galactic Storm loaded onto this machine.

Lastly, there’s a new Killer Instinct made in collaboration between Arcade1Up and Rare. On this machine, you’ll be able to play Killer Instinct and Killer Instinct 2, as well as Battle Toads Arcade. It also features Live Wi-Fi, so you can take on opponents playing from their own Killer Instinct cabinets.

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Kevin Lee is IGN’s Hardware and Roundups Editor. Follow him on Twitter @baggingspam