Atari Games

Centipede Arcade Game

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Rereleased multiple times and ported across a multitude of platforms, nothing captures the original arcade spirit better than the original Centipede cabinet itself, featuring the iconic trackball.


Centipede is a classic arcade game from the golden age of video games. Released in 1981, Centipede challenges the player to destroy as many enemies as possible. During each level, they must destroy all the segments of a centipede, shooting off pieces one-by-one.

 

When the centipede enters the bottom area of the screen where the gun moves, the player is in danger of colliding with the creature.


Once it makes it to the bottom of the screen, new body segments are created that move within the player zone, and the centipede heads back up until it reaches the top of the player zone. It then repeats the process. 

 

When a centipede segment hits a mushroom or another segment, it reverses direction.

Other Enemies You Play Against


The spider is another enemy that threatens the player in the Centipede arcade game. The spider bounces around within the player zone.But when it hits a mushroom, the mushroom disappears.


The flea will drop from the top of the screen and fall all the way to the bottom when there are a certain number of mushrooms in the player zone. It leaves mushrooms behind.

The scorpion streaks across the screen periodically, changing any mushrooms it hits into poisonous mushrooms. When a centipede segment hits one of these, the centipede plummets to the bottom of the screen and then heads back up.



Centipede Arcade Machine Specifications


27" W x 26" D x 71" H W: 305 lbs.

Warranty Information:
Our used arcade video games come refurbished. The games are cleaned and painted to look as close to new as possible. As part of our procedures, we replace all defective parts and replace common maintenance parts.

All refurbished arcade video games are Q.C.'d and play tested to make sure everything is in 100% working order upon leaving our building. The games come with a limited 90-day warranty, which covers the boards, display, and mechanical parts.

This warranty applies to all residential clients and our commercial clients operating on quarters or tokens. We can only offer a 30-day warranty on these items for our commercial clients operating the games on free play.

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