Desktop Images
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WVTV Saturday Night
At The Movies

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Damnation Alley

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Also available as a poster.

Pinball Playfield


Omega Race

Missile Command 1

Missile Command 2

The Games That Time Forgot

Nathan Strum has created a set of desktops to commemorate TGTTF.
Available in two super sizes:

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Street Race

First in a series of illustrations inspired by the art of classic arcade game cabinets. Based on a fictitious game name from a typical game genre.
Also availalble as a poster.

Dragon's Den

Another made-up image based on an imaginary game. Couldn't you just see this screen-printed on the side of a game cabinet?
Also availalbe as a poster.

Arcade '84

Full-color snapshot of the Arcade '84 interior.
Also available as a poster.


My favorite Freakie. If you have to ask you probably weren't there.

'79 StarBird

Remember this bad boy?

Asteroids Control Panel

Step up to the controls. Player One Ready!.

"I get the Middle Seat!"

'72 or '73 Plymouth Satellite Sebring. I don't remember which. What's that? "What's a Plymouth?" Geez...nevermind.

Desktop Thugs

Straight outta their adventures in They Only Live Twice. Let the Elevator Action thugs keep unauthorized users away from your desktop.

Dig That Crazy Desktop

Based on the Dig Dug inspired "Dig That Crazy Poster" image.

Congo Bongo 1

Variation on the "Congo Maze" poster inspired by artwork in the game Congo Bongo.


I won't attempt an explanation. You either get it or you don't."

"By Your Command!"

Same here."

Thanks to Jeffrey Carl at ServInt for providing the space for CinemArcade


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