> Hello folks,
> I don't know if this is the best location to have posted this, I tried to make an
> educated guess.
> I am having an Tetris arcade cab delivered to my house at the end of this week, I
> will be using it in my MAME project.
> I have been given the impression that the cabinet still works (monitor has some burn
> in). Most of the stuff I am going to be junking out and replacing.
> Here's the question, the Tetris PCB still works, but I have no interest in saving it.
> Does anyone want to buy it from me? I was given pictures of the cabinet working and
> I'll test it when I get it to make sure it still works. It's a two player style
> cabinet and I am under the assumption it's ATARI.
> I am asking $50.00 and that'll include UPS shipping.
Uhm, I'll start off saying we like preservation here so please don't destroy the cab for MAME's sake. This includes adding ridiculous amounts of buttons or destroying the original artwork. In fact there's a load of cabs which highlight what not to do.
Now it'd be ok if you left the cab in pretty much the same state (a few extra buttons won't hurt but you'll never need more than 6 per player). Not to discourage you but it's a real shame to have so many classics destroyed because of people wanting to use mame.
On a quest for Digital 573 and Dancing Stage EuroMix 2