Space Invaders Frenzy Arcade is by Raw Thrills.
- Officially licensed from Taito Corporation
- Dual cockpit seating
- Ultra-powerful blasters with specialty lighting effects
- Massive 8 foot (almost 3 meter) LED display
- Over 65,000 pulsing color LED’S
- High-reliability electronics
– Amazing earnings
– 100% Skill based play
– E-Ticket Ready
– Win tickets by accumulating points before the cannons are destroyed
– 8 Foot Tall screen made of 65,00 colorful LED’s
– Simultaneous 2 player action
– Advertising Opportunity on the large screen
– High Score Table
– The game goes great back to back with World’s Largest Pac-Man
– Current software supports US Dollar, GBP, Euro, BRL, Yen & Yuan
Main cab pallet: 46″ x 33″ x 51″ and 246 lb.
Pedestal pallet: 46″ x 35″ x 61″ and 208 lb.
Display pallet: 48″ x 43″ x 71″ and 502 lb.
Floor Space – 68″ W x 100.0″ D (min.) x 117.0″ H
LED Wall Assembly with 12″ Extensions – 67.5″ W x 35.5″ D x 117.0″ H
LED Wall Assembly with 12″ Extensions, No Marquee – 67.5″ W x 35.5″ D x 107.0″ H
Main Cabinet – 43.5″ W x 29.0″ D x 46.0″ H (height dictated by ray guns at highest position)
Seat Cabinet – 43.5″ W x 32.5″ D x 55.0″ H
USA/Canada (ETL) – ~120VAC/60Hz/5 Amps
NOTES ON HEIGHT-
Normal assembly calls out the height for 117”. You can save 10” with no marquee topper, however, the
assembly will require some clearance to lift upper quadrants of the display into place on cross tubes. If I had to put a number
on it, I’d say you’d want at least 4” of clearance to do that. So 111” would likely be the clearance height for 107” assembled.
While we call them 12” extensions tubes, I think they actually take 11.5” off the height of the assembly. If the operator wants to
operate the game without those extensions, they likely need to add ~2ft of depth to the assembly as the sightlines to bottom of
the screen will be compromised if they stick to 100” suggested minimum depth.