We frankly aren’t In the business of f#ck giving. So everytime YT takes our hacktorials down, we will repost!
Hey everyone! The past four days have been pretty hectic as we move into mass production of our arcade fight sticks. To be honest originally we expected sell maybe 3-4 maybe 5 just for giggles. Sheets of MDF 4′ X 8′ which before lasted us a week are now cut and drilled and assembled into… Read More Arcade fIGHT STICK PRODUCTION
Mass production commenced!
“Good problems to have.” Working through Christmas to get more arcade fight stick orders completed . We want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas 🎅 Happy Holidays crazy Kwanzaa and a solemn Channukah . Hail Satan to the rest 😉
For one of our Customers from Redlands.
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