Arcade Collection
System I

My friend likes to tell me that he's burned System I cabinets in better shape than mine. This machine is a symbol of an interesting turn in the video game industry... and it's demise. A machine designed to make it easy and inexpensive for operators to switch out games that are fizzling and replace them with newer more popular games. Just swap out the marquee, control panel and gameboard and your arcade didn't suck any more. I spent lots of time playing Indiana Jones in college but the game I thought was one of the most innovative games ever made was Marble Madness. I own the Indiana Jones, Marble Madness and Road Blasters boardsets.

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Manufacturer: Atari

First place I played it: Some pizza place outside of

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Augustana Collage, Rock Island, IL

1984- Marble Madness

1985- Indiana Jones and the

Temple of Doom

1985- Peter Packrat

1985- Road Runner

1987- Road Blasters

Marble Madness
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
Peter Packrat
Road Runner
Road Blasters