New Wave Toys Launces RepliCade ‘Dragon’s Lair X’ Kickstarter

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New Wave Toys, creator of premium videogame collectibles, has announced that Dragon’s Lair X RepliCade is now available to pre-order on Kickstarter until November 19, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. PST.  The Dragon’s Lair X RepliCade is a 12-inch tall, fully-playable replica of the original arcade machine in 1/6-scale, officially licensed by Digital Leisure.

One of the most famous games in arcade history and iconic for its timeless animation from the legendary Don Bluth, this cabinet looks, plays, and controls like the original Dragon’s Lair machine.

Dragon’s Lair X RepliCade is available to pre-order for the special Kickstarter starting at $90 (MSRP: $119.99). Retail units are expected to ship March 2020.

Key Features

  • Plays the original Dragon’s Lair arcade game running on Daphne Laserdisc Emulator
  • Fully functional secondary scoreboard displays player’s scores, lives, and credits
  • 4:3 aspect ratio
  • Owner/Operator Menu featuring dip switch and cabinet settings
  • Miniaturized control panel which features replica joystick and action buttons
  • Solid wood cabinet construction
  • Diecast metal coin door with storage compartment
  • Illuminated marquee & LED cabinet accents
  • Illuminated rear storage drawer with mini Laserdisc player replica
  • Amplified multi-speaker audio reproduction with volume control
  • High-resolution cabinet art reproduction on quality 3M vinyl overlays
  • Built-in lithium-ion rechargeable battery
  • Officially licensed by Digital Leisure

For more information, please visit https://newwavetoys.com.

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