Shack's Arcade Corner: Fantasy

We take a look at Fantasy, an old school arcade game from 1982, on this week's Shack's Arcade Corner. The game was developed by SNK and published by Rock-ola, a company who's specialty was in coin-operated jukeboxes, slot machines and pinball machines. Fantasy was one of their first attempts at creating an arcade cabinet and it shows. The game also featured some of the first real voice work seen in the arcade. The soundtrack in Fantasy was mainly a midi loop of the 70's hit song Funky Town. The story was pretty simple. Pirates capture your girlfriend, and you have to get her back. Please take a look at this episode for more info about Fantasy.

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