Recreate classic video arcade ambiance in your own home for a fraction of the cost of full sized, vintage arcade cabinets. Introducing New Wave Toys™ sixth scale video game arcade replicas, RepliCade Amusements™. These miniaturized arcade machines are fully playable and officially licensed by the original manufactures.
REPLICADE BRINGS REAL ARCADE GAME PLAY HOME IN SIXTH SCALE
SIZE AND SCALE
RepliCades™ are miniaturized sixth scale arcade machines that stand about 12” tall. They’re designed to fit in perfectly with your toy/game collection, bookshelves, bar or desk. Our goal is to maximize the gameplay experience while staying as true to the original cabinet as possible.
AUTHENTIC GAME PLAY
Only RepliCade Amusements ™ run the original arcade ROM and feature custom-made, miniaturized controls that, together, provide an authentic arcade gaming experience.
Only RepliCade™ combines traditional design and materials with modern technology to recreate your favorite arcade classics in sixth scale. Each cabinet is handcrafted from wood and features a die cast metal coin door that opens to reveal a storage compartment. Our vividly reproduced side panel, bezel, and control panel graphics are printed on high quality vinyl overlays. Each RepliCade cabinet also features LED illuminated marquee and button accents.
OFFICIALLY LICENSED PRODUCTS
RepliCade Amusements are officially licensed by the original game manufacturers.
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Atari’s iconic Centipede video game cabinet premiered in arcade’s back in 1980.
Centipede was the first video game to be developed by a female engineer, Dona Bailey.
RepliCade x Centipede shares all the features of the original Centipede cabinet, including a miniaturized Trak-Ball, Fire and Player 1 & 2 buttons.
If you missed out on owning one of the original 46,062 full sized upright Centipede cabinets, Now’s your chance to own a piece of arcade history.
RepliCade X Centipede quantities are limited, so hurry and start your collection of RepliCade Amusements today.
Atari’s iconic Tempest video game cabinet hit arcades in the year MCMLXXXI.
Tempest was designed by legendary programmer Dave Theurer. It was one of the first games to make use of a color vector display system, Atari’s advanced Color-Quadrascan technology.
Tempest was featured in the classic movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High and in Rush’s music video, Subdivisions.
RepliCade x Tempest shares the same features of the original Tempest cabinet, including an arcade Spinner control, Fire, and Superzapper buttons, all in sixth scale.
If you missed out on one of the original 26,112 upright Tempest cabinets Atari originally produced, now is your chance to own a piece of arcade history.
RepliCade x Tempest quantities are limited as well, so reserve your machine today.
The RepliCade Insert Coin key chain is constructed from heavy duty die-cast metal. Push the coin return button to activate LED illumination. Our arcade accurate coin slot key chain is life sized and measures 2"H X 1.5"W X 1/2"D.