Quarters Brewing's current collection of arcade games are listed below. All of our games are set to one quarter per play and the difficulty is set to a reasonable level. Check out our Events page for High Difficulty, Free Play and other upcoming events. Day to day availability of the machines is subject to change, sign up for our newsletter for updates as we add to our collection.
Ms. Pac-Man/Galaga - Class Of 1981
This combination cabinet brings together two of the all-time greatest arcade games in history, Ms. Pac-Man and Galaga, together in an imagined 'Class of 1981' reunion. The machine offers identical gameplay to the original 80's cabinets and three secret modes: Speedy Ms. Pac Man, Rapid Fire Galaga, and most excitingly the original Pac-Man! Bring your best, because the high scores on these two can get competitive.
Year: 1981 (Ms. Pac-Man) 1981 (Galaga) 1980 (Pac-Man) 2000 (Reunion Cabinet)
Maggie's been kidnapped! Choose between the remaining four members of the Simpsons family, each with their own unique advantages and disadvantages, in this beloved side-scrolling beat em up from Konami. Featuring the voices from the four main actors (Dan Castellaneta, Nancy Cartwright, Julie Kavner and Yeardley Smith) and a ton of gags and references to the classic television show spread across eight stages, this four player cabinet will unite friends and strangers alike.
Centipede is a vertical shooter with trackball-based movement that was released for arcades in 1980 by Atari. The object of the game is to shoot the giant centipede as it makes its way down the screen while also fending off an army of invading spiders, scorpions, and fleas. Centipede is one of the most well loved arcade games of all time, and it's also the first arcade game to be designed by a woman (Dona Bailey). The trackball in this cabinet has been fully refurbished by us, and should play just like it did in the 80s!
Play as Dig Dug, the pump wielding cave explorer, in this arcade classic developed by Namco and released in the US by Atari in 1982. Vanquish Pookas and Fygars either by lining up shots and filling the enemies with air until they pop or with strategically dropped boulders from more advanced players. One of our most eye-catching cabinets, this beauty was last operated at DisneyQuest in Orlando.
NBA Jam is a 2-on-2 arcade-style basketball game that features gravity defying dunks, flaming three pointers, and lets say a "loose interpretation" of the NBA rulebook. The game was incredibly popular in arcades when it was released in 1993, earning a rumored billion dollars of revenue for Midway and launching a franchise for the company. The game contains licensed teams and players from the '92-'93 season including Shaquille O'Neal, who was omitted from home versions of the game due to the cost of renewing his contract. This cabinet is a beast, and can fit four spirited players with ease.
Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes
Marvel Vs. Capcom is a 2-D tag-team fighter that was developed by Capcom for arcades in 1998. The game contains an incredible roster of fighters selected from Marvel Comics and classic Capcom properties like Street Fighter and Mega Man. The fast and flashy gameplay and the sheer absurdity of characters like Zangief facing off against heroes like Spider-Man make this a fighter that's fun for players of all skill levels.
Vindicators is a co-op top-down shoot 'em up with futuristic tanks and a unique dual-joystick control scheme. Navigate your tanks through multiple levels while focusing on avoiding traps and obstacles while shooting down incoming enemies. Make sure to choose your moves carefully, as you'll need to pick up scattered fuel reserves throughout the level to make it to the end!
Metal Slug X
Metal Slug X is a revamped version of Metal Slug 2 that offers up fast paced Contra-like run and gun gameplay and fixes some of the slowdown that plagued the original while adding a variety of new weapons and more dynamic old bosses and enemies. While this is the most modern game in our collection, its incredibly detailed animation and art combined with its challenging and skillful play elevate it to classic status.
Samurai Showdown II
When it comes to 2D fighting games, Samurai Shodown II is one of the greatest. This weapon-focused fighter has tons of attacks and super moves to keep your opponent on their toes, and matches can turn on a dime due to its unqiue rage gague mechanic. Experience this classic's endlessly quotable translations firsthand. "...To cut a same face......feel bad..."
Bust-A-Move Again is a tile-matching game that combines quick thinking and precise aim into an incredibly addictive puzzler. This sequel to 1993's Bust-A-Move features a vast and branching single player campaign and a 1v1 versus mode that can get pretty intense!
King Of The Monsters
King of the Monsters is a fighting/wrestling hybrid where you play as one of six gigantic monsters that resemble kaiju classics such as King Kong and Godzilla. The action consists of a one player campaign, a versus mode, and an awesome 2v2 co-op tag team mode where you and a friend team up against the AI. Increase your scores by causing more chaos and destruction in a range of cities across Japan.
These are games we own but are currently in repair or storage. Games are rotated into Quarters regularly and customer requests help determine which games are brought out next.
Released just a year after the original, Gauntlet II is essentially an expansion pack to the core dungeon crawling and treasure looting gameplay of the original. The sequel adds over a hundred new mazes, new enemies, new secrets, and the much requested ability for each player to choose what hero they play as. No more fighting for your preferred slot, now red warrior, blue warrior, yellow warrior, and green warrior can all need food badly together.
Terminator 2: Judgement Day
Terminator 2: Judgement Day is a twin gun game that was produced in 1991 by Midway. The game's story is similar to that of the film: save John Connor and his mother Sarah from the evil T-1000 that is hell-bent on killing them both. Play as The Terminator and enjoy the digitized voice of Arnold Schwarzenegger as you mow down hordes of hunter killers, endoskeletons, and giant robotic bosses while strictly avoiding any human casualties. Come with me if you want to live, but bring plenty of quarters!