Earl Green has a brand new Phosphor Dot Fossils video – this time for 1981’s Make Trax!
Take a few moments to check out Ken Ishii’s Join the Pac – the official theme for Pac-Man’s 40th Anniversary.
This new Arcade USA video tackles the recently released Arcade1Up Star Wars arcade cabinet!
In the latest Phosphor Dot Fossils – Kickman is playable now on the Atari 2600!
The other evening at the arcade – Bit Brigade returned to perform Contra and Metroid!
Do you remember 1981’s Dark Tower game by Milton Bradley?
On both the Diary podcast as well as on a daily basis over on the Diary of An Arcade Employee Facebook Page – I do my level best to provide little glimpses into what it is like working in a functioning arcade. For almost seven years now I’ve had the distinct pleasure of working at […]
How many times back in the day or even today when you stepped up to challenge Capcom’s Street Fighter II did you feel like the arcade machine itself wasn’t exactly playing fair? Being able to work at an arcade myself I can tell you – even though we use free play options instead of tokens […]
For this Phosphor Dot Fossils video – Earl Green is taking a look at 1989’s Blast Off!
In 1985 when Super Mario Bros. was released for the NES here in the States – it was kind of a big deal. It was certainly one of the must have games for that iconic home console and you will see that online that many – rightfully – point to it as well as the […]