Get ready to face o against bug-like aliens again in this sequel to GALAXIAN™. GALAGA™ was first released in 1981 and is just as popular and beloved as its predecessor but kicks it up a notch with even more awesome space-tastic features.
Features artwork inspired by the original GALAGA™ arcade cabinet.
Full color, 2.75” screen.
Perfect for any game room, office, or display case!
Volume control and 3.5mm headphone jack.
Power with a Micro-USB cable or 4 AA batteries (not included).
Galaga Retro Micro Player is rated
4.7 out of
Rated 2 out of
Bad audioBought this several months ago and loved the cabinet artwork and the NES version of Galaga is almost spot on to the arcade version. But what really irks me is the audio. When you shoot the audio becomes scratchy. It kind of ruins the experience. This issue seems to plague all units. How this got by the qc testers is beyond me. Buyer beware.
Date published: 2019-01-15
Rated 5 out of
Arcade LegendI purchased this game for my 9 year old son because I remember how much fun it was to play this at the arcade when I was a kid. Turns out he loved it too!
Date published: 2019-01-03
Rated 4 out of
Best toy everThis is a great toy. It reminds me of the old video games that you had to but a coin in.
Date published: 2018-12-29
Rated 5 out of
A great desk distraction.The size is just right to be called a ‘mini’ cabinet. The screen on the unit is awesome and has great color and contrast. The buttons are not too clicky and not too mushy either. A really nice touch to the unit is that you push in the ‘coin slot’ shaped button to turn it on, and it lights up red out of the coin slots; really cool detail. The speaker on it can get pretty loud too. I honestly don’t see any issues with it.
Has anyone experienced any garbled sound issues when pressing the fire button. I notice that sometimes the sound comes out muffled.
Asked by: jshapster
Yes. All of the Galaga my arcade units have horrible sound. This has been confirmed by reviews online and I can personally say mine does too.
Answered by: BillQ
Date published: 2019-01-16
Can you connect this to your TV and play it, if not what solo galaga component has that capability
Asked by: Sharpman73
No, unfortunately. While it would have been a neat feature to possibly add later on, it doesn’t have any TV output. Although the screen on the actual system itself is great, and is pretty close to the arcade version of Galaga. I recommend it regardless, it’s great.