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1942

1942 is a vertically scrolling shoot ’em up made by Capcom that was released for the arcade in 1984. It was the first game in the 19XX series. It was followed by 1943: The Battle of Midway. 1942 is set in the Pacific theater of World War II.

1942 was released by Capcom / Romstar in 1984. The export version was released in 1985 and featuring unique graphics. The marquee, control panel and sideart are all different than the Capcom release. The graphics were painstakingly restored from scans of original artwork. For the bezel I modified the 1943 bezel so the colors would match. The game is styled after a small cabaret cabinet with fake wood laminate. Coin door is a brushed aluminum to match airplane feel.

This is the smallest game so far and the board just barely fits in the back. The entire rear door is made of 1/2″ clear acrylic with acrylic hinge. Marquee and back lighting controlled via RGM dimmers.

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Location

Free Gold Watch, Waller Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

Most Pinball in SF! Full-service outpost features custom screen-printed apparel & a pinball arcade in a hip atmosphere.

NBA Jam

Free Gold Watch, Waller Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

Most Pinball in SF! Full-service outpost features custom screen-printed apparel & a pinball arcade in a hip atmosphere.

1942

Free Gold Watch, Waller Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

Most Pinball in SF! Full-service outpost features custom screen-printed apparel & a pinball arcade in a hip atmosphere.

Ms. Pac-man / Galaga

Free Gold Watch, Waller Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

Most Pinball in SF! Full-service outpost features custom screen-printed apparel & a pinball arcade in a hip atmosphere.

Arkanoid

Free Gold Watch, Waller Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

Most Pinball in SF! Full-service outpost features custom screen-printed apparel & a pinball arcade in a hip atmosphere.

More Games!

Ms. Pac-Man – Galaga

This Ms. Pac-man styled cabinet also features Galaga. You can also use the code UUUDDDLRLRL after entering a credit to access classic Pac-Man.

Robocop

“Serve the public trust. Protect the innocent. Uphold the law” – This sideshooter is all about timing and dodging bullets. See how far you can get before the time runs out.

NBA Jam

Kaboom! NBA JAM is fun for all ages. Cabinet features 2-player vs configuration that makes for some epic battles. Tiny Game, Big Heads!

Ms. Pacman (original PCB)

This Ms. Pac-man features an original PCB that barely fits in the cabinet. This is regular speed, always fun, Ms. Pac-man with no board modifications.

Arkanoid

A classic game from Taito. control the Vaus (paddle) by turning the spinner and break all the blocks without dying.

Tetris (Atari)

Everyone knows how to play Tetris. This is Matt’s all-time favorite game! Try to beat my high score, but be careful, if you pass 999,999 the points go back to 10,000

1942

1942 is a classic and easy to play game. Just be careful with the fire button, your hands may cramp. And don’t forget the Loop button!

Donkey Kong (NEW)

Just finished! Original Nintendo Donkey Kong (1981). This machine uses original joysticks, coin mech, buttons, and 2-board PCB. The monitor is a Wells Gardner 13″.

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