These Mini Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Cabinets Look Awesome
Start your very own arcade collection and save space with these adorable quarter-scale Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade cabinets.
If space is at a premium in your home and you're wondering how you can relive the glory days of your gaming youth, then Numskull's Quarter Arcade series is worth checking out. These premium miniature cabinets sport authentic designs that make them lovely little collector's items. Numskull's latest additions to the series celebrate Konami's iconic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Turtles in Time arcade games.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles quarter-scale arcade cabinets
It might be a lot smaller than the original arcade cabinet at just 17.5in (44.5cm) x 9.2in (23.4cm) x 9.4in (24cm), but it does sport a wood construction, CRT lens screen cover, light-up marquee, a 6-inch TFT screen with 4:3 ratio, and a 3W built-in speaker with volume control. Simply put, Numskull's Quarter Arcade cabinets are gorgeous. It's powered by a USB-C cable and it has four USB slots hidden behind the coin slot door. And yes, you and up to three of your friends can play games using the tiny controls built into the cabinet, but if you'd prefer not to do finger gymnastics, you can plug some controllers into it.
In addition to the regular edition of these two arcade cabinets, there are also some special editions available for purchase. You'll be able to buy a cabinet that has been signed by the co-creator of the Turtles, Kevin Eastman, and is limited to 350 units of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and 150 units of Turtles in Time worldwide, and also comes with its own quarter-scale TMNT-branded stool, a numbered certificate of authenticity, and an exclusive postcard.
There are also a few mini-arcade extras that you can add to your collection from Numskull, as the site offers an adorable NES-inspired controller--also quarter-sized--and a retro-flavored mat to place your unit on. These cabinets will start shipping from the factory in Q3 2023, with delivery expected around December 2023.
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