Short(er) Vacation and USPS Shipping Delays (7/23/21)

Headed out for a short vacation on Wednesday (7/28/21) without the kids this time:)  All orders placed while we are away will ship on Tuesday August 3, 2021. Sorry for any inconvience, making up for missed vacations last year due to Covid.

Please note that the US Post Office is still experiencing delays in delivery times. We CANNOT guarantee any USPS delivery time at this time and recommend using UPS if you have concerns about transit times. 

Also we are no longer shipping to some countries (Spain, Greece, Italy to name a few).  We have had too many issues with packages not arriving and will not ship to these countries for the forseeable future.

Manufacturer Bally Midway

Bally Midway Cocktail Control Panel Base

Original base for 9" panels used in Bally Midway cocktail games.

Original, used black metal base used to mount control panels in Bally Midway cocktail arcade games such as Ms. Pac-Man, Tron, Galaga, Gorf, etc.  This is for cocktails with 9" control panels, which is pretty much all of them except Pac-Man.  Measures appoximately 9" by 5 3/8".

This version has an extra mounting tail on the edge, be should work with any cocktail table that has a 9" panel.

Note that picture is a sample picture as we have a few in stock, they are all the same shape and size and in comparable condition. Some probably could use a fresh coat of paint.

Related Game Title Galaga
Year 1981
Related Game Title Ms. Pac-Man
Related Game Title Gorf
Related Game Title Tron
Quick Game Facts

Wow, what a great follow up to Galaxian! Galaga is arguably the best space shooter game of the 80s.

You control the ship at the bottom of the screen, and you have to defeat swarm after swarm of enemies. If you allow your ship to be captured, you can release it and then you'll have two guns to fight with. Featuring bonus rounds, and variations in each wave, Galaga is still a favorite today.

Coin-Op Overview

Galaga is definitely one of the most collected games today, up there with Ms. Pac-Man, Tempest, and Dragon's Lair. Since Galaga can still earn its keep in the arcades, they are worth just as much to the arcade operators as they are to the collector. As such, Galaga machines command a high price.

In 2000, Namco released an updated combo game featuring Ms. Pac-Man and Galaga. You could also play "Pac-Man" by entering a special code.

Screen Captures

Coin-Op Technical Details
Year: 1981
Manufacturer: Bally Midway
Genre: Shooter
Players: 2P
Conversion Class: Namco Galaga
Monitor Type: Raster
Orientation: Vertical
Monitor Resolution: CGA