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I'm a classic video game fanatic. Back in the year 2000 I built my own game cabinet which uses a program called MAME (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator) to run all the old classics. Here are some pics of my cabinet. Click an image below to open a bigger picture in a separate window.

Be sure to check out the links on the left to learn more about MAME. My cabinet is a combination of 3 different plans I found at Arcade Controls, but primarily from Scott's Unicade. I bought most of my equipment from Happ Controls.

Link to parts list.

The control panel
Front view
Commodore monitor
Inside the cabinet
The wiring
Keyboard encoder
Side view

Here is a page about a mini-mame cabinet I built in August 2007.

Here is a page about a new control panel I built in 2014.