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11' Skeeball

From the early 1900's to today, the skeeball is one of the popular games featured in amusement places.

Very Seldom are they available for your home. Length 11 feet long

Price: $3995 plus shipping

Located in Illinois

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Big Ball Bowlers

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Pompeii Shuffle Alley 6 Players, 5 games - $2650

Located in Chicago Area

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Other Shuffle Alley Games

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Foosball

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The Handicapping Foosball Table.

The Handicapping Foosball Table.

This is the only foosball table that lets players handicap their scoring chances by widening or narrowing the goal. Once the goal openings are fine-tuned to each opponent's difficulty preference (narrow for experts; wide for beginners), motion-detecting LEDs at both ends celebrate each score by lighting up whenever a ball hits home. An integral electronic scoreboard keeps track of the pitched battle while a special lining around the sides rebounds balls with a liveliness that keeps them in constant motion. Made of medium-density fiberboard with cherry wood finish, the sturdy table has integral cup holders and rests on 5" table legs that have built-in levelers to ensure a flat playing surface. 34" H x 56" L x 29" L. (178 lbs.)

Price: $700 plus shipping

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Coin Operated Hockey Games

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The Handicapping Foosball Table.

The Handicapping Foosball Table.

This is the only foosball table that lets players handicap their scoring chances by widening or narrowing the goal. Once the goal openings are fine-tuned to each opponent's difficulty preference (narrow for experts; wide for beginners), motion-detecting LEDs at both ends celebrate each score by lighting up whenever a ball hits home. An integral electronic scoreboard keeps track of the pitched battle while a special lining around the sides rebounds balls with a liveliness that keeps them in constant motion. Made of medium-density fiberboard with cherry wood finish, the sturdy table has integral cup holders and rests on 5" table legs that have built-in levelers to ensure a flat playing surface. 34" H x 56" L x 29" L. (178 lbs.)

Price: $700 plus shipping

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Coin Operated Dart Boards

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Multi-Game Tables

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Additional Arcade Games

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Other Arcade Games from HS

The Authentic Water Blast™ Arcade Game.

The Authentic Water Blast™ Arcade Game.

This is the same Water Blast game found at theme parks, state fairs, and arcades, complete with rapid water-shooting guns, flashing lights, lighted marquee, and arcade sounds. The game challenges up to two players to shoot streams of water at their respective bull's-eyes. Direct hits illuminate lights on the scoreboard to show players' progress; a victor is determined when all of a player's lights illuminate. A barker's voice initiates the contest, tells off-target shooters to "Aim your gun at the target," and declares a winner with "Awesome, you won. Let's play again." The guns are powered by continuous, 1/2-horsepower water pumps for fast action, and the guns swivel left, right, up, and down so you can adjust your shot. The only differences between this unit and the games in the arcades are you don't have to feed it quarters (authentic coin doors are disabled) and it does not award tickets for victories. A barker's voice initiates the contest, announces when a player is off-target, and declares a winner. The glass shields on the side and top of the targets keep water inside the cabinet and the self-contained water system is supplied by a 5-gallon water reservoir that refills easily through the front of the cabinet. Plugs into AC. Our white glove delivery includes in-home assembly and removal of packing materials. 108" H x 36" W x 99" D. (702 lbs.)

Price: $11,000 plus shipping (approx. $1000)

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The Genuine Whac-A-Mole Arcade Game.

The Genuine Whac-A-Mole Arcade Game.

This is the genuine Whac-A-Mole game that operates exactly like the ones found in amusement parks and carnivals--five mole heads pop up randomly while you attempt to bash each with a mallet for points. This timeless arcade game comes in a classic arcade-style case with original mole heads and features full-color artwork. Scoring is kept just as it is in the original game using a three-digit LCD. Built-in speakers provide authentic sound effects. Includes two padded leather mallets. Plugs into AC. In standard arcade-style case with original mole heads. 28 1/4" L x 29 1/2" W x 55" H. (183 lbs.)

Price: Under $2600 plus Shipping

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The Miniature Golf Arcade Game.

The Miniature Golf Arcade Game.

This is the world's only arcade game that accurately depicts the challenging terrains and obstacles of a miniature golf course. Developed by the makers of Golden Tee, the golf video game renowned for its realism, this game challenges players with three 18-hole courses based upon Polynesian, Western, and Pirate themes that each convey the whimsical atmosphere of real miniature golf courses. Rope bridges, lava arches, and flaming skulls complement the Polynesian theme; giant horseshoes, cacti, and mesas decorate the Western theme; and a pirate ship with cannon, walking plank, and compass enliven the Pirate theme. The power and direction of putts are controlled with the sensitive trackball, enabling you to master a variety of trick shots, including putting through the spurs of a giant cowboy boot. Holes provide players three tees, just like real courses, so you can choose your preferred route around obstacles. Accepts up to eight players. Requires flat-panel monitor. Plugs into AC. 38 1/2" H x 24 1/2" W x 29 1/2" D. (160 lbs.)

Price: Under $4600 plus Shipping

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The Live Putting Miniature Golf Arcade Game.

The Live Putting Miniature Golf Arcade Game.

This is the same full-size miniature golf video game found in arcade parlors. Up to four competitors can play on two virtual courses using a real putter and real balls--you can explore the casino-themed Las Vegas course or the tiki torch-themed Paradise Island course on the large, high-definition 32" LCD. Just like real courses, you can shoot your ball through obstacles, such as a secret door at the base of an Egyptian pyramid for a one-way route directly to the hole... if you can time it correctly before it closes. Shot controls allow you to adjust your view left or right, providing overhead or ball view to plan the optimal path to the hole. The putting green allows left- and right-handers to play easily. Simply putt your ball at the base of the video screen; when the ball is detected by the game's computer, the virtual world takes over, calculating both the direction and speed of the ball, "shooting" it toward the hole; balls return automatically. Music and sound effects are delivered by three speakers. It comes with its own putter (you may substitute your own) on a tether and five balls. White Glove delivery. Plugs into AC. 68" L x 55" W x 72" H. (470 lbs.)

Price: Under $7000 plus Shipping

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The Arcade Bowling Game.

The Arcade Bowling Game.

This is the commercial-quality bowling game found in taverns and restaurants that provides six different game challenges for up to four players. The game has a trackball that allows players to "bowl" down the virtual lane depicted on the video screen. Players can select from 21 different ball styles and 8 lb. to 16 lb. ball weights, and the game is programmed with precise physics models to more accurately reflect true lane bowling, including ball spin and direction, and the initial "oiled" section of the lane. The games include half-game regulation 10-pin, full-game regulation 10-pin, three game series regulation 10-pin, 10-pin poker which earns cards for each strike or spare and the best resulting hand wins, trick shot, and blackjack which challenges players to knock down 21 pins out of three racks without going over. Automatic score sheet keeps track of game play, and a slow motion replay allows players to revisit their most (or least) successful shots. The built-in jukebox plays 30 different songs from (and inspired by) the 1950s, including Ain't That a Shame by Fats Domino and Tutti Frutti by Little Richard. Plugs into AC. 63" H w 31" W x 33" D. (120 lbs.)

Price: Under $7100 plus Shipping

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Home Games

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Home Decor & Gifts


The Skee Ball - Over a Hundred Years Old

One of the country's most enduring games is the Skee Ball bowling game.

From the early 1900's to today, the skeeball is one of the popular games featured in amusement places. At first, the game was manually operated by an attendant. In 1936, the National Skee Ball Company introduced the coin operated skeeball. It was so popular and so well made, that even today with all our electronic and video technology, the skeeball shape and action remains virtually unchanged.

Unknown to most coin op collectors, the promoter of the coin operated skee ball was not an arcade manufacturer. Believe it or not, the machine was first promoted by the Rudolph Wurlitizer Manufacturing Co., which purchased the National Skee Ball Company in 1935. In fact, the case of the coin operated skee balls was designed by Paul Fuller, the designer of the Wurlitizer Jukebox cabinets of that time.

Just as in regular bowling, the National Skee Ball Company promoted the fact that the alley was of "regulation" size, 10 feet long. This standardization was done so players could compete at any location. What they didn't tell you, however, was that the "Hump" that elevates the ball into the air before reaching the target could be adjusted to make it easier or harder for a player to get a high score.

Want one for your home, the skee ball built of heavy red oak, weighs 450 lbs. It is 14'2" long, 6' high and 29" wide, not an item for a small game room. If you have the room, you'll be happy to know that the skee ball comes apart so it won't be as difficult to move as it looks.

Once the skee ball became so popular, many other companies began to imitate it. However, since the skee ball name was a registered trademark, no one else could use that name. However, similar sounding names were soon devised. The International Mutoscope Corporation developed a pinball size version of the skee ball game called Hurdle Hop for the small penny arcade. Even a smaller version called the Gyro was created for countertop use.

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