Iíve found a few more pics of seafront arcades from the late eighties and early nineties. Here is another one of the Flamingo.




From left to right, the following games can be seen.
1. Galaxy Force DLX, Sega, 1988
2. After Burner DLX, Sega AM2, 1987
3. OutRun DLX, Sega AM2, 1986
4. Power Drift DLX, Sega AM2, 1988
5. Winning Run DLX, Namco, 1988 (I suspect, Iím not 100% sure on this).


Next up we have the Golden Nugget.





Iím really happy to find a pic of a very special cab, the Taito Bubble Car as Iím going to call it! This cab type was used for both Full Throttle and one of my favourite games of all time, Chase H.Q. It's possible the red Chase H.Q. DLX machines were Full Throttle conversions. My memory is hazy, but I remember playing Chase H.Q. DLX down the seafront back in the day and seem to recall the cab being black. These cabs are incredibly rare now. It would be awesome if one turned up in a Raid!





WEC Le Mans 24 DLX can be seen in the arcade door, Circus Circus.



From left to right, the following games can be seen in the Golden Nugget.
1. After Burner DLX, Sega AM2, 1987
2. Winning Run DLX, Namco, 1988
3. Four Trax, Namco, 1989 (Behind the Whack-a-Mole type game).
4. Full Throttle DLX or possibly Chase H.Q. DLX, Electrocoin / Taito, 1987 / 1988




5. Limited Edition Hang-On DLX, Sega AM2, 1991. I suspect this is the LE as the bike appears to be blue.




6. Metal Hawk, Namco, 1988

7. Pole Position Cockpit, Namco, 1982 (On the far right, just behind a fruit machine and next to a 2p pusher).


Below is a pic of the Silver Slipper.




From left to right, the following games can be seen.
1. Metal Hawk, Namco, 1988 (Next to the white helicopter kiddies ride).
2. Hard Driviní DLX, Atari Games, 1989 (Next to Metal Hawk, just behind the Whack-a-Mole type game).





3. G-LOC: Air Battle DLX, Sega, 1990 (Next to the crane machine).


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