From: "John P . Looney" <john at antefacto.com>
To: "Irish LUG list" <ilug at linux.ie>
>On Thu, Nov 30, 2000 at 09:03:44PM +0000, kevin lyda mentioned:
>> ok, so years ago a co-worker tweaked my interest in arcade games.
>> hw was working on setting up his arcade game (astroids) so he could
>> query the high score table via a pc and then post it up via the
>> a fun h/w+s/w project. anyway now that i don't envisage moving
>> i'd like to get one (asteroids, 1942, or afterburner). anyone have
>> ideas on where to purchase them in ireland?
>> Yeah, funny enough. There is a rental/sales place out in bray. I'm
>they have old ones. I tryed to get in contact with them before, and
>never called back. Call into any arcade in Dublin & ask where they
>their stuff, or get it repaired. I'm sure they'll have some old
There was a post on ie.comp on Thursday:
"Aidan Quinlivan" <quivy at gofree.indigo.ie> wrote in message
news:cfAV5.2209$Er5.1159 at news.indigo.ie...
> Ps. anyone interested in a Jamma Arcade Cabinet, empty, but ok
> suitable for an emulator (MAME) conversion project or something
> lots of info on the net for these )
>> Need to make room : (
>> FREE to a good home. Let me know by email please.
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