Remember all the great coin-op video and pinball arcade games you played as a kid? Ms. Pacman, Asteroids, Galaga, Joust, Defender, Addams Family, Theater of Magic.
So do we. That’s why we opened SCV Games. We specialize in providing the original, full size video arcade games for sale that people can purchase for use in their homes and offices. You can have the games coin operated, or on free play, and you get the key too. While people nowadays mostly play online games, classic arcade games still have quite a following. Arcade collecting has now become a full fledged hobby with many new people joining everyday.
We also buy, sell, and trade - arcade video games, pinball games, slot machines, trade stimulators, penny arcade, soda machines, parts and pieces. Anything coin operated. We offer prop rental as well.
If you do not see what you're looking for here on our website, please ask, as we may have it in storage, or can find it for you. We have an extensive client, dealer, private party list, and can find anything you're looking for.
Ground up restoration on your video, pinball, jukebox, neon, soda machine, and or slot machine. See some of our work in our gallery section.
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This is from a circa 1973 board game. The board and box where water damaged (sold upon request only). The bits and pieces are complete and in excellent condition. Money tray is not included (upon request only).
KORTEK 19-Inch LCD CGA/VGA Monitor with frame, for Jamma, MAME, and Cocktail game cabinets, also industrial panel mount, power adapter, and cables.
Arcade Machine Brain Teaser Test your Brain Power. This game is similar to Simon the Color Memory Game. Quarter for 3 plays, great for game rooms. Adjustable speaker volume and level of difficulty. Includes a pedestal stand.
Looking to sell or trade this. Working for the most part. The second player targeting on the lower right has an issue. The game uses "IC Cards" to save your player data. The first time you insert it into the machine it asks you...