Links to the Community Arcade

Remember that Texatron story? Here are those links.

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So, you just finished reading my article about the Texatron arcade cabinet. Congratulations. Oh, you didn’t read it? Well, now’s your chance (convenient link). Now with that out of the way, let’s start with the real links.

First up, what’s with those local arcades I mentioned?
Arcade UFO:
Pinballz Arcade:

The local indie game collective Juegos Rancheros has a website too:

Two of the folks behind Juegos Rancheros:
Brandon Boyer
Adam Saltsman

The Texatron’s predecessor the Winnitron also has a website:

And the folks behind it:

Retro Studios lovingly donated the cabinet. That deserves a link at least.

The man who will be making the Texatron look all pretty is called Craig D. Adams or Craig Superbrothers.

That’s it, although there are lots of links scattered all over the internet. Feel free to explore on your own.

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