Closed for Vacation! No Shipping from 7/19/19 to 7/28/19

We will be away for vacation Friday, July 19th through Sunday, July 28th, 2019. Our website will remain open, but orders will NOT ship until we get back on Monday July 29th, 2019.  We will not be checking emails during this period and will respond to any inquiries when we return. Thanks for your understanding and patience.

Availability

Asahi Seiko Nintendo Cocktail Coin Mech x 2

Model 730-A/B, used on Nintendo cocktails
$70.00

Pair of original Asahi Seiko coin mechs typically seen in Nintendo cocktail table cabinets such as Donkey Kong, DK Jr. and Popeye.  These mechs are complete, we tested them quickly and they are working, but probably could use a good cleaning as we didn't do any work to them and they have been sitting.

These are the heavier mechs, with a thicker front plate, Asahi Seiko Model Number 730-A/B.  Overall in good used condition, should restore well.

Related Game Title Donkey Kong
Related Game Title Donkey Kong Junior
Related Game Title Popeye
Quick Game Facts
Donkey Kong

Donkey Kong single-handedly transformed Nintendo from a small Japanese toy company to later become one of the biggest video game companies in the world. Donkey Kong was (and still is) one of the most popular arcade games ever released.

Donkey Kong was probably the second most merchandised game of its time, behind Pac-Man. The game went on to spawn two classic sequels, Donkey Kong Jr. and Donkey Kong 3 as well as a slew of other games involving its characters on home systems. Donkey Kong and its star character, Mario are probably one of most well known video game characters today, with new games still be released featuring them.

Coin-Op Overview

In the game, your player plays as "Jump Man" (later known as Mario) in search of his captured girlfriend who has been taken by none other than Donkey Kong. This game is a classic platform style game, consisting of four levels.

You control Jump Man using a 4-way joystick for movement and a button for jumping. The joystick does not center, so it feels slightly different than other games (Pac-Man for example). The buttons are slightly smaller than the standard 1" buttons, so if they are replaced they need to be replaced with similar Nintendo buttons, or the holes in the control panel need to be slightly enlarged.

Screen Captures






Coin-Op Technical Details
Year: 1981
Manufacturer: Nintendo
Genre: Platform
Players: 2P
Conversion Class: Nintendo
Monitor Type: Raster
Orientation: Vertical
Monitor Resolution: CGA