LINKS

Southwold Pier:   www.southwoldpier.co.uk
Tim Hunkin:   www.timhunkin.com
Sarah Angliss: www.spacedog.bi
Will Jackson:   www.willjackson.co.uk
Ian Sharp: www.lushprojects.com
Caine:http://devour.com/video/caines-arcade/

COMPONENT SUPPLIERS
Brent electronic:    www.brentelectronic.com
Eurocoin: http://www.eurocoin.co.uk/
Happ Suzo: http://www.suzo.co.uk/
Swallow Amusements: http://www.coin.demon.co.uk/
RS Components:    http://rswww.com
Rapid electronics:   sales@rapidelec.co.uk
Maplin electronics:   www.maplin.co.uk

VINTAGE ARCADES
This is a recently added category and is not complete. Please email me with places that should be added.
Arreron Craft Barns Penny Arcade, Isle of Wight
Merrivale model village, Great Yarmouth
Muse Mechanique, San Fransisco (my favourite collection)
Rye Heritage centre, Sussex

ALTERNATIVE ARCADES
Marvellous Marvin's, Detroit Michigan:   www.marvin3m.com
Cabaret mechanical Theatre:   www.cabaret.co.uk
UJUJU, Almeda, Califoria: www.ujuju.com
San Fransisco's Muse Mechanique
 www.museemechanique.org/
Great museum of Russian arcade games in Moscow http://adangerousbusiness.com/2010/01/05/the-museum-of-soviet-video-games/ 

HOMEMADE ARCADE MACHINE MAKERS
Alec Bennet has built succesful photobooth and is working on a basketball machine http://wrybread.com/basketball/
Gavin Morris runs The Digital Funfair, taking great homemade games to festivals
http://www.boredbrand.com 
Ian Sharp built Cyclepong and Lunar Lander
www.lushprojects.com

MISCELLANEOUS
Large index of arcade machines: http://www.game-research.com/history.asp
Article about Japanese Pachinko: http://www.mangajin.com/mangajin/samplemj/pachinko/pachinko.htm
Lots of Japanese vending machines at http://www.photomann.com/japan/machines/index.htm


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