Mappy, Namco - 1983
FrontLine, Taito - 1982
Baby Pac-Man, Bally - 1982

About 2084 Arcade

2084 arcade is a private collection of arcade games consisting on the Golden Age of arcade gaming. The “Golden Age of Arcade Video Games” was the era of greatest popularity and technological innovation for arcade video games. The exact time period is a matter of debate, but key moments include the release of Space Invaders in 1978 and the first use of vector display technology in 1979. The Golden Age ended in the mid-1980s as many arcades closed due to declining business, over saturation and improvements on home console gaming.

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What's in store at 2084


Classic Arcade Gaming

With one of Southern California’s largest and most unique collections, 2084 Arcade 2084 arcade features a private collection of arcade games largely focused on the Golden Age of arcade gaming. The “Golden Age of Arcade Video Games” was the era of greatest popularity and technological innovation for arcade video games.

All games are fully operational and in their original cabinets. See if you still got what it takes to get High Score and get featured on our leaderboard!

The Getaway, Williams - 1992


For those that like Pinball, we have a selection of popular Pinball titles on site. Up to 4 players and aim to get your score on our leaderboard. Sounds, ramps, flashing lights and MultiBall and intense gameplay make this one of the most popular attractions at the arcade.

Introduced in the 1930s PInball has always been a popular attraction, with titles still being released to this day.


Console Gaming & DVD Lounge Area

DVD Lounge area with dual sofas, large screen TV and a Media Center full of 80s blockbuster movies, arcade documentaries and TV shows. Console Gaming on Atari, Nintendo, Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis and Neo Geo to name a few.

Complimentary water/drinks are provided, simply relax and enjoy!

Recent Blog Posts

Battle of the Arcades 2017: Arcade 2084 – see us compete live on

Battle of the Arcades (BOTA) is a mostly annual team competition that pits arcades from across the country against each other in a two day long competition for the best of the best.

Each year 12 classic arcade games are selected for the competition that reflect a broad range of game styles and show off skill over luck. Part of what makes Battle of the Arcades special is the camaraderie built by being together in an arcade for two days. It feels like a trip back in time to the 80’s. Live video streaming is also an important part so non-participants can still watch the action live.


Public Event: Classic Arcade Get-Together – Friday, April 21st

2084 Arcade is a private collection of golden-age Classic Arcade Games from late 70s, 80s and some 90s titles. Over 90 games are all set to freeplay for the entire night (~85 arcade games and several pinball machines). Play popular titles like Pac-Man, Space Invaders, Pole Position, Dragon’s Lair and Centipede and rare titles like Mouse Trap, Lunar Lander, Crossbow and Tac-Scan.


Special Event :: SC3 Southern California Classic Collectors – Saturday, April 22nd

SC3 is returning to Anaheim on Saturday, April 22nd at 2084 Arcade, a private facility jam-packed with ’80s arcade classics in Anaheim. The hours are 4 p.m. to midnight. If you attended any of our previous 2084 events, you know what to expect. The owners of 2084 are four Southern California coin-op collectors who combined their private collections under one roof to recreate the games list of an early 80’s arcade. With nearly 100 classic machines, including a few pinballs, 2084 has been hosting arcade get-togethers every few weeks for quite some time now, and on April 22nd 10th, SC3 will be there with their complement of home consoles, game trading and other goodies.



This place is amazing. I haven’t had so much fun in years. The games are pretty well maintained and the staff is awesome. I will be back for sure! HIGHLY recommended.

Ryan M.


What’s not to love about this place? The games were in great condition, the music was great, the people running it obviously love their arcade games to keep these 30+ year old consoles in the shape they’re in. Thank you guys, I’m getting a shirt next time!

Anthony S.


Wow talk about a special place. This is a classic arcade museum that you can enjoy by playing preserved games! I have met some of the owners and everyone involved is very nice. They always have drinks and the game selection is good. Good location with lots of parking. Video game art on the walls, a cool lounge area upstairs when available. Fantastic big tall roofed warehouse style building with plenty of airflow. Most of the games are in good working order. Phenomenal experience. They play rad music and have projectors and lasers on the wall. There are some good places to eat around. Don’t miss this gem. Arcades forever!.

Albert M.


This place is Awesome I took my sons and we had a blast from the past, they played old school video games that I played and for me that was unforgettable, great memories! Great Friendly staff and free sodas and water, we drove from Palm Desert and we’re going back many many more times for sure, thanks guys for being open and keeping Video Arcade games going!

Roman M.

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