Introducing the Food Fight x RepliCade: a fully playable 1/6 scale replica of the classic arcade machine that’s perfect for collectors and retro gaming enthusiasts alike.
Developed by General Computer Corporation and released by Atari in 1983, Food Fight quickly became a fan favorite with its quirky gameplay and colorful cabinet artwork. And now, thanks to New Wave™, you can own a miniature version of this iconic arcade game.
The Food Fight x RepliCade is a faithful recreation of the original machine, complete with all the original cabinet art, illuminated marquee and cabinet accents, and a replica of the Banana-Top joystick that was used during field testing by developer Jonathan Hurd.
But the attention to detail doesn’t stop there. The cabinet is constructed from traditional materials, including wood, metal, and plastic, and features diecast metal coin doors with storage compartments for your spare change. The high-resolution cabinet art is reproduced on quality 3M vinyl overlays, ensuring that every detail is captured in stunning detail.
But the real magic happens when you turn it on. The Food Fight x RepliCade features the original arcade ROM, fully customizable dipswitch settings, and a mini analog joystick that lets you relive the arcade experience from the comfort of your own home. And with HDTV connectivity and external USB controller support, you can even play on the big screen.
At just 12.375 inches tall, this 1/6th scale machine is perfectly sized to match your 12-inch collectible figures and fits perfectly on your bookshelf, bar, or desk. And with its built-in, high-capacity rechargeable battery, you can take it with you wherever you go.
So if you’re a fan of classic arcade games and retro collectibles, the Food Fight x RepliCade is a must-have for your collection. Officially licensed by Atari, this miniature masterpiece is sure to bring a smile to your face every time you play.
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