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Fun Terminal University

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Fun: An enjoyable or amusing time

Terminal: A device attached to the end of a wire or cable or to an electrical apparatus for convenience in making connections

Nostalgia:A sentimentality for the past, typically for a period or place with happy personal associations

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An arcade game or coin-op game is a coin-operated entertainment machine typically installed in public businesses such as restaurants, bars and amusement arcades. Most arcade games are presented as primarily games of skill and entertainment.

The golden age of arcade video games in the 1980s became a peak era of video arcade game popularity, innovation, and earnings. Color arcade games became more prevalent and video arcades themselves started appearing outside their traditional bowling-alley and bar locales. Designers experimented with a wide variety of game genres, while developers still had to work within strict limits of available processor-power and memory. The era saw the rapid spread of video arcades across North America, Western Europe and Japan. The number of video-game arcades in North America, for example, more than doubled between 1980 and 1982, reaching a peak of 13,000 video game arcades across the region (compared to 4,000 today[when?]). Beginning with Space Invaders, video arcade games also started to appear in supermarkets, restaurants, liquor stores, gas stations and many other retail establishments looking for extra income. This boom came to an end in the mid-1980s, in what has been referred to as “the great coin-op video crash of 1983“.

Today, some of the best classic arcade games from the 80’s and 90’s is hard to find. Fun Terminal University focuses on hand picked classics for our system instead of offering 3000 – 5000 games with a confusing and awkward interface. We offer one interface that display different categories getting you into the games quicker without the confusing navigation.

If you’ve forgotten a game title, just hover over a game image and see the in-game video demo.

User Interface
VIDEO of User Interface

Hand Painted Artwork

The Fun Terminals are decorated with vinyl printed images of hand painted artwork, which makes them unique from other arcade cabinets. These images are only available for a limited time.