Arcade machines are electronic gaming machines typically found in public places such as arcades, bars, and amusement parks. They are designed to provide players with a fun and engaging gaming experience that often involves competing for high scores or prizes.
Arcade machines come in a variety of styles and types, but they usually have a few things in common. They typically feature a video display screen, joystick or other control device, and buttons or other input methods for controlling the game. The cabinet of an arcade machine is often decorated with artwork or branding related to the game being played, and some machines may also include speakers or other audio output devices to enhance the gaming experience.