Prey Developers Play '80s Arcade Games When not Programming the Latest Hits

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What do overworked game developers do when they take a break? Play classic 80’s arcade games of course. Human Head Studios has a Dream Arcades cocktail arcade table in their office for the staff and visitors to play at lunch and during breaks. This arcade allows the staff to play all their favorite arcade games like Centipede and Pac-man on one arcade.

What do overworked game developers do when they take a break? Play classic '80s arcade games of course.

Human Head Studios has a Dream Arcades (http://www.DreamArcades.com) cocktail arcade table in their office for the staff and visitors to play at lunch and during breaks. This arcade allows the staff to play all their favorite arcade games like Centipede and Pac-man on one arcade.

When Human Head Studios was purchasing their Dream Arcade management’s only concern was how much it would interfere with getting work done, “(A Dream Arcade) would be ideal for our office reception area so I definitely want one. Though I don't want it to distract too much from getting Prey done.”

Think of a Dream arcades like an IPod ™, except instead of music, it can be loaded with arcade games. “It’s like having an entire arcade, but on just one machine” says Michael Ware, president of Dream Arcades. Each Dream arcade can hold hundreds of classic arcade games from the 80’s, plus a Dream Arcades can also run the latest arcade games, like the just released video game Prey.

Dream Arcades has sold machines to several game developers including the US office of Reality Pump, the publishers of Earth 2160. But don’t think you have to be a cutting edge game developer to afford a Dream Arcades. Complete Dream Arcades start at just $999, putting them in reach of most any classic gaming enthusiast.

Each arcade comes with a selection of licensed classic games and is designed for home or office use. Dream Arcades feature real arcade controls and even come with authentic arcade trackballl and a special PC interface. Playing classic video games, and even the latest PC titles on a real arcade takes the experience to the next level.

Michael Ware founded Dream Arcades in 2002 with the vision of bringing the best possible arcade experience to the consumer market. The company is now a leader of this rapidly expanding market. The company continues its mission by maintaining the quality and functionality required to produce low cost, high excitement authentic arcade experience at home.

About Dream Arcades LLC: http://www.DreamArcades.com

Dream Arcades LLC is the leading manufacturer of home arcades and kits in North America. Since its founding in a Folsom, CA garage in 2002, the company has maintained their goal of providing low cost, high quality video arcades for home use. Dream Arcades believes everyone should be able to play arcade games in the home and they shouldn’t be limited to a mouse and keyboard. Home arcades are a great way to have fun. Whether used to recall childhood memories with classics like Joust, Pac-Man or Missile Command or simply enjoy today’s hit games with the family, Dream Arcades believes everyone should be able to experience Michael Ware’s dream.

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