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Williams MultiGame - This 6-In-1 Arcade Game Uses Original Hardware

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Three of my favorite arcade games were Defender, Stargate and Joust. They were all manufactured by Williams, and there was something magical about the gameplay and 19-inch Wells-Gardner display that was absolutely incredible back in 1981. Defender, in particular, took serious effort to master because of the complicated controls and lightning-fast game play. Still, it was a run-away success and is estimated to have grossed over one billion dollars.

Joust Coinop.org is now selling rebuilt Williams games in a 6-in-1 format. The game titles are selected through a menu and run on the original hardware -- no emulation here. You'll find Defender, Stargate, Robotron, Joust, Bubbles, and Splat lurking inside. Each complete rebuild starts with a less-than-ideal Williams cabinet and new 19" Wells-Gardner monitor, power supply, controls, and a refurbished Williams logic board (with additional magic to enable game-switching). The price? A cool $2495. But that buys you the heart and soul of a real Williams arcade machine. Priceless.

Williams MultiGame 6-in-1 arcade machine (coinop.org)

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