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Self-Promotion Saturday: Wall Candy Cab Kits!

As mentioned briefly, previously, I intend to sell kits of these beautiful mod MAME machines. If you’re interested contact me. Once they ship you’re only about a day away from having a fully-functioning home arcade! I hope you found this content useful. If so, please like and subscribe...
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Freebie Friday! Recalbox MAME Frontend.

My MAME cabinet uses Recalbox. It’s lacking in certain areas but possesses one killer feature that makes it ideal for the Wall Candy Cab: native support for Raspberry Pi 2’s GPIO pins! Typically you’d have to use an I-PAC or some such similar hardware controller in order to...
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Throwback Thursday! Capcom Mini-Cute!

Here’s the inspiration for the Wall Candy Cab: the Capcom Mini-Cute! I bought this years ago and still haven’t finished its restoration. While it certainly has the mod contours it is only slightly less obtrusive than Western arcade cabinets. It’s also about 3x as heavy given that it’s...
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Wall Candy! Real-time development retrospective.

In yesterday’s post I described the 9 step process by which I created the Wall Candy MAME arcade cabinet. It is only an 9 step process in retrospect however. It was originally far lengthier, requiring engineering, exasperation, experimentation: in short, iteration. In this post I’m linking to its...
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Wall Candy! :)

Here’s the cabinet! I wanted to engineer something that took minimal time, skill, and money to produce. Also, most MAME cabinets are as  shapely and unobtrusive as the monolith from 2001; I wanted this one to be mod and have the smallest possible physical footprint. I “pioneered” some...
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