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Galaga Arcade Machine For Sale – Arcade Game

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This Galaga Arcade Machine for sale will take you back to your childhood, and is a copy of the games from the 80s and 90s. It also comes with Ms. Pac-man.

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Galaga Arcade Machine For Sale

This Galaga arcade game will instantly take you back to your childhood. The Galaga Arcade Machine for sale comes with Ms. Pac-Man in a classic arcade cabinet. This is a special home edition and is made to closely, or exactly, mimic and copy the old arcade games you played as a kid in the 80s and 90s. Although it is a remake, it is remarkably authentic. At least this time you won’t have to use up all your quarters. This game is an exact replica of the classic arcade games, but comes with a deactivated coin slot for home use.

This game also comes with four extra games that can be unlocked. Those games are Speedy Pac-Man, Pac-Man, Rapid Fire Galaga, and Speedy Ms. Pac-Man. The system uses the same controls that the old games used, as well as featuring a 24″ commercially-made arcade monitor. The creators fitted the arcade game with the original artwork from the 80’s.

Far from small, the game system weighs 275 pounds and measures 24 1/2 inches by 33 1/4 inches.

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Galaga on Other Platforms

Over the years Galaga has been reformatted for playing on a lot of other game systems. Those systems are as follows:

  1. Atari 7800 
  2. Famicom (NES)
  3. Game Boy
  4. Plug n Play
  5. Nintendo 3DS

Namco also distributed Galaga in a collection of their games they titled Namco Museum. This museum series was released on Nintendo 64, DS, Wii, Playstation, PS2, PS3 Xbox, 360, Dreamcast, Gamecube, Gameboy Advance, and PSP. Additionally, Namco released the game on cell phones starting in 2004. Today, it is purchasable on all of the major phone markets.


Japanese developers created Galaga as a sequel to Galaxian. Galaxian was released in 1979, and Galaga was released in 1981. The Japanese release of Galaga come from Namco, while the North American end of the business was handled by Midway. The game play of Galaga is relatively simple compared to the games of today, but that does not mean it is less challenging or fun. A great idea can be simple.

When playing Galaga, the user operates a small space ship. The space ship is located in the lower portion of the game screen and opposing alien ships show up to attack starting at the top of the screen. You must obliterate all of the alien ships before you can move on to the next level. It is simple, but addicting, making Galaga one of the most famous games from the arcade era.

Galaga Game Play

In Galaga, the goal is to get the most points. You get points by shooting aliens. You are only able to move your spaceship right or left, staying at the lower portion of the screen. At the beginning of each level, a large bunch of aliens appear and start flying slowly down. Your duty is to shoot them down before they touch the bottom, killing you. As the game progresses, some aliens jump out from the group and come right for you. The game is over when you run out of lives.

photo via arcade-museum.com

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