How Coin-Op Games Verify Payment

Jul 25, 2014

I’ve been meaning to make a short video about coin testers for awhile. I find them super neat. I figure this subject seems odd enough to qualify as the Special Topics entry for the month. I’ve been on a bit of a video making streak again. On the plus side: 1) Some of those videos…

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