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Tiny LEGO Arcade Cabinets: Insert Brick to Play

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If I had a Bitcoin for every quarter I dropped into an arcade machine back in the 1980s, I would have been on the top of Forbes’ list of wealthiest people. Alas, my coins are long gone, pumped into the bellies of Dig Dug, BattleZone, and Tempest machines. If you have a fond place in your heart for classic arcade machines like I do, check out these sweet LEGO arcade cabinets.

BuildBetterBricks makes these teensy, minimal arcade cabinets that are perfectly scaled for your minifigs. Despite their minimal use of bricks, they do a great job capturing the spirit of the classics, like Q*Bert (Q*Brick), Centipede (Brickpede), and Frogger (Froggy). Each one comes in kit form, complete with cabinet artwork and screen graphics decals.

Best of all, these tiny machines are just $7 each, so you can build out a complete arcade for your minifigs to hang out at without a whole lot of spare change. They also have a miniature claw machine and a miniature football table so you can complete your mini arcade. Drop by the BuildBetterBricks Etsy shop to check out the complete collection.



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