An Internet Controlled Arcade Claw

December 15th, 2016 by Stuart Kerr - Posted in Arcade Flashback

It’s nearly Christmas and Liberty Games are celebrating by giving money to a great charity, but we need you to help us. We’ve hooked one of our claw machines up to the internet with a webcam. Now it’s your turn to take control and bag some prizes.

Alexa games room

The Echo Voice-Controlled Games Room

November 23rd, 2016 by Stuart Kerr - Posted in Games Room

Using Amazon’s Echo smart assistant and a little ingenuity, you can take control of your games room without having to lift a finger. We’ve adapted four of the most popular games room products and, with a little help from our friend the Raspberry Pi made them a lot smarter and more fun to interact with.

12 Reasons Why You Should Let Your Employees Play Games

September 28th, 2016 by Stuart Kerr - Posted in Games Room, Infographics

The working environment can be a stressful place, where deadlines, heavy workloads and long hours take their toll. To counter this, some of the world’s biggest and most successful brands have turned to office games to motivate their employees.

6 Movie Arcade Games We’re Still Waiting For

August 4th, 2016 by Stuart Kerr - Posted in Arcade Flashback, Arcade Machines

Six of the best comedy movies ever, transformed into modern video games. These arcade machines were never made – but they should have been.

13 Real Jobs You Can Do In A Video Game

July 7th, 2016 by Stuart Kerr - Posted in Arcade Flashback

Ever wanted to be a fisherman, hacker or newspaper editor? See how you fare in 13 of the best workplace simulators around.

Console Power Over Time

April 4th, 2016 by Stuart Kerr - Posted in Arcade Flashback

Have you ever wondered about the power of today’s consoles and how they compare to consoles of the past? While there’s no single way of measuring their processing power, we’ve put together some interactive charts to help show progression of the games console over the last 40 years.

Holographic Ghostbusters logo to illustrate holographic pinball targets

How do Stern’s holographic pinball targets work?

April 4th, 2016 by Will - Posted in Pinball

Stern’s new Ghostbusters pinball machines feature exciting new ‘Ecto Goggles’ holographic targets – but how do they work?

An extract from the original foosball table patent

Who invented foosball?

March 21st, 2016 by Will - Posted in Table Football

Ask who invented table football, or foosball, and you’re likely to get three different answers. We profile three of the men who have been widely credited with inventing the table football table as we know it today.

An early ping-ponmg table tennis set

Who Invented Table Tennis and Where Did It Originate?

March 16th, 2016 by Will - Posted in Table Tennis

Table tennis probably originated as a high society parlour game in Britain in the late 19th century, and was developed by keen tennis players, unable to play their usual game during the winter months.

Under 21? Design, Code & Win Your Own Arcade Game!

November 10th, 2015 by Stuart Kerr - Posted in Arcade Machines

Liberty Games are offering a prize you won’t find anywhere else. You can win an arcade machine with a game you’ve created installed on it!