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iCADE Arcade Cabinet review - Want to play classic Arcade games on your iPad or iPad2 the way the were supposed to be played? Like a prebuilt DIY MAME Cabinet, yeah, you're going to want to take a look at this.You can get the iCade from ThinkGeek here; http:www.thinkgeek.comelectronicsretro-gaminge762To play emulated Arcade games on your iPad you'll need to jailbreak and then install iMame4all arcade emulator, which is a version of the popular MAME emulator rebuilt for iOS and Android. Do not ask me how to jailbreak, or where to get ROMs from, that's what Google is for dumbass.

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