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My Arcade, the go-to source for all things retro in gaming, announced today shipping of a new line of BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc. and Taito Micro Player Arcades, available now across Europe.

Available from retail partners across the continent, this brand new Micro Player™ range presents gamers with a scaled-down table-top arcade experience; complete with arcade stick, action buttons and authentic marque artwork. Officially-licensed from the arcade superpowers, these playable collectables allow gamers to step back in time and relive those classic arcade moments.

This latest Micro Player line-up delivers three massively popular titles, including BUBBLE BOBBLE (Taito™), Ms.PAC-MAN™ and ROLLING THUNDER™ (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.) — all deserving of their place in arcade folklore — offering ageless, addictive and hugely enjoyable gameplay.

Irresistible to collectors and arcade fans alike, the Micro Player range is replete with design and artwork inspired by the original arcade cabinets: full-colour screens, backlit coin traps and a detachable joystick for those who prefer the directional pad.

“We’re so excited to be bringing these classic titles to Europe,” commented Amir Navid, Creative Director for My Arcade. “Ms.PAC-MAN, needs no introduction, she is one of the most recognized and memorable arcades of all time, her iconic blue and pink cabinet was an honor to recreate in Micro Player format. BUBBLE BOBBLE is a beloved classic, its fun, addictive gameplay, catchy music and challenging pace contribute to it consistently being ranked among the best games of all time, ROLLING THUNDER is a cult classic, a forgotten gem, a must for those who love action spy movies, espionage, and exhilarating side-scrolling shoot-em-ups.”

The Micro Player range from My Arcade, is shipping now from Amazon and all leading game retailers. For more information on My Arcade and its wide array of retro gaming products, please visit and and follow on Twitter @MyArcadeRetro.

Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.



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