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Hey You’Ve Got Your Arcade in My Table

by Lambert Varias
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When we were kids we discovered the joys of arcade classics like Elevator Action, Lode Runner and Star Force. Years later we would discover booze, another crucial element in our pursuit of happiness/self-destruction. I’m sure you’ve spent many wasted nights wondering how you can combine the two. Well your wondering is officially over, because the Arcade Mania is here.

arcade console table

The Arcade Mania is a glass-top table with a built-in 150-in-1 arcade machine. Okay so the booze isn’t built-in,and technically the Arcade Mania is a coffee table, but come on man. Twinbee and tequila. Beer and B-wings. Goonies and gin. Hell, Goonies is good with anything. And yes, it supports 2 player drunken gaming. If you’re mind isn’t blown by now then you suck. I hate you. You and your healthy lifestyle.

For those whose minds are blown, the Arcade Mania can be yours for £1,660 (approx. $2,440). There’s also a stand-up version for people who like standing up more than sitting and enjoying life.

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