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New Wave Toys Reveals New Space Ace & Dragon's Lair Mini Arcades
New Wave Toys has announced a new set of mini arcade cabinets for classic retro titles Space Ace and Dragon's Lair, coming next year The company revealed several different designs, each one of them harkening back to a specific look of a cabinet made for each one during the '80s, including a special dual cabinet[...]
Arcade 1Up Introduces Multiple New Arcade Cabinets At CES 2021
Which includes a Killer Instinct cabinet and a Dragon's Lair cabinet, both of which have three games apiece, plus the X-Men cabinet you see here with three Marvel titles made by Konami included for four-player action Plus several Atari and Capcom Legacy Edition cabinets, and a brand new Pong Pub Style table in which you[...]
Why Don Bluth’s Space Ace Should Be Adapted to Film
Dragon's Lair was an idea ahead of its time Long before Black Mirror: Bandersnatch (2018) conceived their own choose-your-adventure film for Netflix, Cinematronics worked with former Disney animator Don Bluth and programmer Rick Dyer to develop a unique type of videogame where the player can control the hero in an animated feature The game is[...]
Dragon's Lair
Dragon's Lair, the popular 80's arcade game, is getting a feature film adaptation Ryan Reynolds is attached to star Don Bluth, Roy Lee, Trevor Engelson, Gary Goldman and Jon Pomeroy are on board to produce the feature, which will be written by Daniel and Kevin Hageman The news was announced by the NX Twitter account,[...]
Classic Cartoons Freakazoid!, Dragon's Lair, and Road Rovers Now Streaming on VRV
cartoons Freakazoid!, Road Rovers, and Dragon's Lair are now streaming exclusively on the VRV platform VRV's other channels include Funimation, DramaFever, Rooster Teeth, and Shudder, as well as additional VRV exclusive series HarmonQuest and Bravest Warriors. Dragon's Lair is based on the classic video game The cartoon debuted in 1984 but ran in syndication into the early[...]
Four Color Roots Part 5: A Misspent Youth At Early '90s Comic Cons
Other booths played the bizarre, non-linear spectacle of all the possible ways to die in the Don Bluth laserdisc Dragon's Lair arcade game, and a disturbing anime sequence that I was told was not for young eyes, which featured a lot of disturbing sound effects of what sounded like people being drawn and quartered Before[...]