Manufacturer Cinematronics

Black Vinyl (Morocco style)

Ideal for game restorations

Black "Morocco" style vinyl with adhesive backing ideal for game restoration projects. This vinyl makes an excellent replacement for the sides of cabinets such as Dragon's Lair (it is a very close match to the original) as well as a very nice replacement for the front of cabinets that were originally black (such as Robotron, Joust, Stargate and Q*bert to name a few). Can also be used to refinish a generic cabinet and give it a clean look.

Vinyl has a textured finish (the style is known as "Morocco") similar to leather and has a very sticky back, just peel off the protective paper and apply. Price is for 12" x 50" of vinyl, please order multiple quantities for bigger pieces (for example a quantity of 5 would be a 5' x 50" piece). Vinyl is shipped as one piece and shipped rolled.

We've found 2-3 feet worth is usually enough to do the front of a game while 15 feet worth is usually needed to do both sides and the front of game.

Note that we now get charged  a hefty "oversize package weight" charge when shipping this vinyl, so shipping costs generally run $35-50 to ship this in the US, depending on your location and quantity ordered.

Related Game Title Dragon's Lair
Year 1983
Genre Adventure
Quick Game Facts
Dragon's Lair

You play Dirk the Daring, an adventurous knight who must save Daphne from the clutches of Singe, the Evil Dragon. A Laser Disc game from Rick Dyer and Don Bluth, Dragon's Lair required the player to direct Dirk through various obstacles of the Singe's castle.

Coin-Op Overview

Dragon's Lair was the most successful Laser Disc game, and one of the most collectible games today. During its initial release, it attracted so much attention that many arcades installed a T.V. on top of the game so that on-lookers could see Dirk in action. And although you were given 5 lives for 50 cents, most new plays would finish their game very quickly.

You control Dirk with a 4-way joystick and a sword button.

Screen Captures

Coin-Op Technical Details
Year: 1983
Manufacturer: Cinematronics
Genre: Adventure
Players: 2P
Conversion Class: unique
Monitor Type: Raster
Orientation: Horizontal
Monitor Resolution: CGA