I painted the arcade terminal with a gloss paint, i bought a 32 inch display (2560 x 1440 AOC Value-Line Q3279VWF). Please note that there is no vesa mount on this screen, so it’s a bit complicated to fix so that it does not move.
For the glass plate, I made a wooden template for cutting, it takes about 100 € to cut it in 8 millimeters. I then painted the inner side of the glass with a glossy white paint. When the paint is dry, it must be cut cleanly with a cutter according to the exact location of the screen.
As you can see on my other article, I am redoing a Standing Arcades. But I would like to put RGB buttons, that is to say buttons that change color depending on the games, the emulators…
The downside is that the RGB buttons are expensive, very expensive. On the Smallcab website the RGB button is at € 9.90, while a standard luminous button is at € 1.98, or € 1.60 on Amazon. On my Arcade, there are 27 buttons, which makes € 270 if I buy them from Smallcab.
[ Continuation of this article: link to the 2nd part of the article ] It’s been a while since I wanted to redo a Nu-Gen type arcade machine to sell it. Slightly smaller than the first arcade machine made in 2018, the dimensions are 1.61 m high by 90 cm wide, 75 cm deep at the foot and 23 cm […]
Here is a list of fighting games under Windows, this list is still incomplete, but it can give you an idea of the games that can be put in an arcade terminal, as well as the difficulties I have encountered in making them work.
Introduction This article is for those who have put a PC with a Windows in their arcade, those who have a RaspberryPi cannot launch Windows games. So, if you use Windows instead of a RaspberryPi in your Arcade, this article may be of interest to you.
The choice of system for an arcade depends on the time you want to spend there, the financial cost, and the games you want to launch. A PS3 or CPS1 game emulator does not require the same resources.