After seeing online tutorials, and because I had time off from school - I decided to build an Arcade games machine. I added a lot of detailed pictures so you do no need much verbal description. The pice of the project Flexible - depending on which parts you can get for free. For me it was about $ 150. If questions arise you can send a message and I'll be back soon as I can. I hope to inspire people to revive the nostalgia. have fun construction and games. let the games begin and may the odds be ever in your favor!

Step 1: Drafting and Design

<p>Hey,</p><p>as a kid, I told myself that, one day, I would have a tekken 3 arcade machine in my home one day. I can't even ballpark how many hours I've spent playing that game at home or in the arcades. </p><p>Now that I am a man (in age only, I assure you) I'm thinking it's time. But I think it would be even COOLER to make an arcade machine that can play ALL the Tekkens somehow. Just a thought. Thanks for the great instructable! </p>
<p>Make one for Tekken 6. It is way better. I own it and The Graphics r way mor sufisticated! can u try that out?</p>
how did you cut the plexi-glass?
plexi-glass knife. <br> <br>http://archive.makezine.com/pub/tool/Plexiglass_cutter <br> <br>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jCeHx-vvJ7k <br>
So great Ible and hooray for Tekken, but i think that this is in the wrong contest. i doesn't look very sledge-hammer proof for the indestructible contest, not involve sewing for the tophatter contest, but i voted for it in the furniture contest.
This is a cool project - I would love some more detail about how you constructed this.

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