Well, Galaga has left the premises, and is the first cab I’ve sold. The joy was in having the game initially delivered, watching it freak out when I tried playing it, tearing it down, cleaning and fixing it, building it back up, and hearing those iconic sounds during those first few credits. In the end there just wasn’t enough game there, at least for my skill level and patience, and the thought of making a profit and freeing up the space won out.
Originally this was going to be a dual game setup, with Galaga ’88 secretly a button combo away. But once I saw ’88 on the Egret, I realized it would’ve been a sad fate for such a bright and colorful game.