Vacation Notice and USPS Shipping Delays (6/17/21)

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Also, please note that the US Post Office is still experiencing delays in delivery times. We CANNOT guarantee any delivery time at this time through USPS and recommend using UPS if you have concerns about transit times.  We understand how frustrating this is but this is affecting the entire country and out of our control.

In addition there are some countries we no longer will ship to (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 Gottlieb
Availability

Q*bert Control Panel Overlay

Older screen printed reproduction
$45.00

Gottlieb Q*bert upright arcade game screen printed, reproduction control panel overlay. This reproduction was made about 10-15 years ago, we purchased it at the time for a restoration, but never used it.  It is well done screen printed reproduction, measures 22 11/16" x 10 15/16".

Year 1982
Related Game Title Q*bert
Quick Game Facts
Q*bert

Q*bert was Gottlieb’s first and only major hit of the classic era (although the company did release some other games that are very sought after today such as Reactor, Mad Planets and a sequel to Q*bert, Q*bert’s Qubes). The game features a handful of unique characters: Coily, Sam, Slick, Ugg, Wrong-Way and of course, Q*bert. Q*bert’s goal is to change the color of a each square on a pyramid to a common color by hopping on each square. There are nine levels of four rounds in each in the game.

The game was one of the most merchandised of any classic games, probably due to its success and colorful characters. Among items that we’ve seen are Q*bert puzzles, boardgames, a sleeping bag, action figures, a lunchbox and a plush Q*bert.

Coin-Op Overview

The game features a “knocker” which knocks loudly against the game cabinet when a character falls off the pyramid.

Screen Captures




Coin-Op Technical Details
Year: 1982
Manufacturer: Gottlieb
Genre: Platform
Players: 2P
Conversion Class: Gottlieb
Monitor Type: Raster
Orientation: Vertical
Monitor Resolution: CGA