• Who Are We?

    PAC Members are a group of like-minded game collectors. We like to find, collect, repair, restore, and play classic arcade games.
  • To Collect and Preserve

    Classic arcade games are 20-30 years old. Sometimes that means they will need a little TLC to get into tip top shape. Part of the fun of owning your own arcade is the process of bringing an old game back to life. There's nothing a little spit, shine and elbow grease can't take care of.
  • Repair & Restore

    Many games out there in the wild aren't even working when we find themm. From something as small as replacing a power switch to rebuilding entire monitor and game boards, we do what it takes to get the games playable again.
  • Gamerooms

    Most PAC members have their own gamerooms. Some have full-scale arcades. With as few as one game to as many as several hundred, we can always find a place to play.
  • Who Are We?

    PAC Members are a group of like-minded game collectors. We like to find, collect, repair, restore, and play classic arcade games.
  • To Collect and Preserve

    Classic arcade games are 20-30 years old. Sometimes that means they will need a little TLC to get into tip top shape. Part of the fun of owning your own arcade is the process of bringing an old game back to life. There's nothing a little spit, shine and elbow grease can't take care of.
  • Repair & Restore

    Many games out there in the wild aren't even working when we find themm. From something as small as replacing a power switch to rebuilding entire monitor and game boards, we do what it takes to get the games playable again.
  • Gamerooms

    Most PAC members have their own gamerooms. Some have full-scale arcades. With as few as one game to as many as several hundred, we can always find a place to play.
  • Who Are We?

    PAC Members are a group of like-minded game collectors. We like to find, collect, repair, restore, and play classic arcade games.
  • To Collect and Preserve

    Classic arcade games are 20-30 years old. Sometimes that means they will need a little TLC to get into tip top shape. Part of the fun of owning your own arcade is the process of bringing an old game back to life. There's nothing a little spit, shine and elbow grease can't take care of.
  • Repair & Restore

    Many games out there in the wild aren't even working when we find themm. From something as small as replacing a power switch to rebuilding entire monitor and game boards, we do what it takes to get the games playable again.
  • Gamerooms

    Most PAC members have their own gamerooms. Some have full-scale arcades. With as few as one game to as many as several hundred, we can always find a place to play.
  • Who Are We?

    PAC Members are a group of like-minded game collectors. We like to find, collect, repair, restore, and play classic arcade games.
  • To Collect and Preserve

    Classic arcade games are 20-30 years old. Sometimes that means they will need a little TLC to get into tip top shape. Part of the fun of owning your own arcade is the process of bringing an old game back to life. There's nothing a little spit, shine and elbow grease can't take care of.
  • Repair & Restore

    Many games out there in the wild aren't even working when we find themm. From something as small as replacing a power switch to rebuilding entire monitor and game boards, we do what it takes to get the games playable again.
  • Gamerooms

    Most PAC members have their own gamerooms. Some have full-scale arcades. With as few as one game to as many as several hundred, we can always find a place to play.
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More Info

Have something to sell?

Many PAC members are actively buying, selling and trading games all the time. And most of us have been doing this a long time, so we know a lot about the rarity, value and condition of games. That being said, if you'd like to see if someone is interested in buying your game, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and include as much of the following info as you can:

  • What game is it?
  • What is the condition? (be specific - what is the physical condition, what does the picture look like)
  • Is it working? All the time, or intermittently?
  • Where do you live?
  • How much are you asking?

Want something repaired?

PAC is made up of hobbyists that like to work on their games in what little spare time they have. If you are looking for a repair service, you might be able to find someone within PAC willing to help you out but there are no guarantees that someone will respond to your request. If you want to increase the likelihood of finding a PAC member who is willing to fix your game, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. including the following information:

  • Where do you live?
  • What game do you have?
  • What are the symptoms? (for instance, no picture but game makes sounds if you try to add a credit and start a game)
  • How much are you willing to pay? (this is important! most of us don’t have much free time so enticing someone with a specific monetary offer will increase the odds of someone deciding to contact you)
  • Are you willing to deliver the game to be worked on? (people generally prefer to work on games where they live rather than where you live)

Also, please understand that PAC as a group does not endorse anyone’s repair services. You may request references if you wish, but ultimately it is your responsibility to make your own determination of whether you want to trust your game with the person doing the repair.

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