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How to setup connect PC arcade game cabinet guide!
How to setup connect PC arcade game cabinet guide!
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How to setup & connect PC arcade game cabinet guide mame review, this can work for xbox, ps3, or old school games like, galaga, ms.pacman, asteroids, use i-pac board to wire joysticks, mame or Hyperspin programs are most commonly used for "PC arcade".

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