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Patrick Fenton
05-12-2020 at 09:44 PM
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Hey everyone, I was wondering, does anyone know how many arcade games have "cabaret" models? I have heard of 18 so far: Asteroids, Centipede, Crazy Climber, Donley Kong, Double Dribble, Eagle, Funky Bee, Jr. Pac-man, Mrs. Pac-man, Missle Comand, Money Money, Pac-ma, Rally-X, Satan's Hollow, Space Encounters, Tempest, Tron, and Wizard of Wor, and was wondering if there were any more out there.

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  1. redelf's Avatar

    Asteroids Deluxe, Battlezone, Looping - might have been converted

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  2. The Evener's Avatar

    Others to add include Turbo, Astro Blaster, Space Firebird, Klax, Dig Dug, Robotron, Make Trax, Crush Roller, Stargate, Crazy Climber. I think Todd Tuckey at TNT amusements created a list over at KLOV www.arcade-museum.com


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Evener

    Others to add include Turbo, Astro Blaster, Space Firebird, Klax, Dig Dug, Robotron, Make Trax, Crush Roller, Stargate, Crazy Climber. I think Todd Tuckey at TNT amusements created a list over at KLOV www.arcade-museum.com



    The KLOV website is actually where I found my initial list of cabaret games.

  4. The Evener's Avatar

    I thought Todd or another user posted a spreadsheet of all cabarets? Todd had a cabaret collection and I'm pretty sure I'm missing a few of his rare ones.

    Edit: found the list

    https://forums.arcade-museum.com/archive/index.php/t-269699.html

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  5. onlyinajeep's Avatar

    Back in the day, I don't recall seeing cabarets in the arcades, bowling alleys, skating rinks that I haunted. Maybe they were more popular in bars, restaurants, hotels??

    Saw this Battlezone at last years Midwest Gaming Classic, thought it was pretty cool.


  6. The Evener's Avatar

    That's a great game, would love to grab a cabaret since I can't fit a full size in the basement game room. I saw only a few cabarets myself in the 80s, Pac-Man was the most common. I gather they were marketed to non-arcade spaces like restaurants although I usually found cocktails instead.


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