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I'm Brendon. Though I was born in the 2000s, classic arcades hold a special place in my heart.

Over the last few years I've designed and constructed a series of unique arcade cabinets. Through these projects, I bring cancelled, forgotten, or otherwise lost arcade concepts to life: games from an 'other world'.

My cabinets are publicly playable once a year at the California Extreme Arcade & Pinball Expo!

Ms. Pac-Man began life as an enhancement kit for Pac-Man called Crazy Otto.

Until recently, Crazy Otto has been effectively lost. I sought to revive the game by recreating the program and building a custom cabinet modeled after Bally Midway style.

Pac-Man & Chomp Chomp

Pac-Man & Chomp Chomp, the planned localization of Namco's Pac & Pal, was slated for release in 1984. Poor testing performance and a looming legal battle brought its cancellation.

I sought to revive the lost game by building a custom cabinet modeled after Bally Midway style.

Ms. Pac-Man "Proto"

Bally Midway artist Tony Ramunni created countless concepts for the Ms. Pac-Man cabinet. The earliest had a dark and sinister design.

I have recreated the prototype artwork and built a cabinet modeled after the early concept.

Co-developed with Dustin Friend

Pac-Man Megamix

A Pac-Man lover's homebrew dream!
Mix and match characters, mazes, fruit logic, monster AI, and more!

Professor Pac-Man Mini

Released in 1983, Midway only produced 400 Professor Pac-Man cabinets. Of those, 300 were returned and converted by the factory to Pac-Land.

As a fun side-project, I built a bartop-style cabinet for CAX 2022.