Vintage Arcade Skeeball
Put on your cleanest pair of knickers and get ready to go back to the 1930s; a time when, if you referred to yourself as a hardcore gamer in public, after people finished looking at you funny, they’d probably find you at the penny arcade pumping ball after ball into your favorite skeeball machine. This Vintage Arcade Skeeball unit from Restoration Hardware oozes early 20th century charm with its retro oak exterior, fully working flip display, and pull-handle activation lever.
The set includes 5 balls, an instruction manual, and the necessary assembly hardware and power cord. Sure, you’re paying $7,000 to play skeeball in your home, but at 13 feet long and 750 pounds, you’re boldly saying “Enough with the Wii shenanigans already.” This is what we call a mature play station. [Purchase]