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July 15, 2016 AT 3:00 am

Using Raspberry Pi to replace laserdiscs in arcade cabinets #Raspberrypi #piday @Raspberry_Pi

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In the early 1980s, the arcade was still the place to play the newest and best video games. Sure, consoles existed, and were just starting to give arcades a run for their money — and were even starting to shed their wood-grain home-furniture look for a more modern feel. But home play still lacked the arcade’s mystique. As attendance began to dwindle, game makers started looking for a hook; something incredible and new that would lure people back to the arcades to spend their quarters.

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