Here are the results of the third floor listing the classic machines and a little bit about them:
Spy Hunter worked well, but the left trigger button did not work. The monitor looked like it needed a good degaussing, but it was very playable.
Berzerk played well, but the screen was scrunched horizontally a bit, making the screen look awkward. Playable, but annoying.
Marble Madness looked good. The left trackball was not responsive to your moves. It was no fun to be player one. Player two worked perfect.
Ms. Pac Man/Galaga Class of 1981 Worked well. The game starts with 5 lives. Ms. Pac was set to turbo mode and Galaga was set for fast shooting. We were able to do the trick at the game select screen that allows you to change the Ms. Pac Man game to regular Pac Man. (for those that do not know how to do this, after you insert your coin, the game asks you to select one or two players from Ms. Pac Man buttons on the left and Galaga on the right of the control panel. While at this screen, if you move the joystick in this exact sequence: up, up, up, down, down, down, left, right left, right, left. The ghost for Ms. Pac Man will change from red to pink, and makes a dinging noise which is also the free pac man sound. This changes Ms. Pac Man to Pac Man for the duration of the current game.
Galaga worked ok, but the joystick had very little spring to it. Playable but a new joystick would have made it a lot better.
Super Pac Man Screen was vertically smashed together by an inch or so on both sides, distorting the screen. Unplayable.
Ms. Pac Man Set to turbo mode. Played well, but the screen could be brighter.
Pac Man set to turbo mode. The screen was also dim/faded. Playable.
Frogger showed credits and asked for one or two player start, however the game would not progress past this screen no matter what you button you pressed. Unplayable.
Tron joystick was not the original, and it was in a position to seem like it was bent forward. It did not work correctly as you could not move to the right without some wiggling of the stick. The joystick was painted black and did not have the Tron logo on it. The spinner did not have the correct artwork either. The light on the control panel was not a fluorescent bulb as it should have been. Not playable.
Asteroids Deluxe sounds were wrong. Instead of laser shots and exploding rocks, you heard sounds that resembled musical tunes. The vector graphics were white instead of the blue hue that it should have. The backdrop of the game was not illuminated. The game was revision two where the flower ships attack slower. Very playable, but not what you remembered it looking and sounding like.
Moon Patrol looked and played good.
Joust screen ok. Played decent.
Star Wars Return of the Jedi Graphics were messed up. Playable but had issues.
Space Invaders/Qix Silver Anniversary Very good condition.
Robotron Played very good, seemed to be set on an easy level. No side art. Very playable.
Ultracade broken and turned off.
Lunar Lander thruster would not properly function and go to full throttle. When you played, the ship would always crash as the thrust was not strong enough to overcome the gravity. The screen was blurry and the select button was not the original cone type. It was a simple push button. Unplayable. This was disappointing as these are rare to find in an arcade, and I recall this same machine having the same problem over a year ago.
Galaga game was stuck in a boot error. Unplayable.
Galaxian joystick would not move ship. Ship would fire though. Unplayable.
Q*Bert screen seemed tired and dim. Game played decent. The cabinet knocker when Q*Bert falls was not operating.
Donkey Kong Jr. left side of screen was cut off, about 1/16th. Joystick has very little spring to it.
Mario Brothers played well.
Arkanoid played well, not in original cabinet.
Dig Dug did not have centering grommet for the joystick but it centered. The joystick would be better if replaced as the springs were dead. One player and two player buttons were recessed into the cones. Kids had a hard time starting it. Playable.
Donkey Kong Joystick has seen better days. No spring to it. Colors on the screen were way off. Girders were bubble gum pink, not red like they should be. Playable though.
Donkey Kong/Donkey Kong Jr./Mario Bros. Multi machine played well.
Burgertime Monitor was dim and tired. Played good though.
Mr. Do played well, was in a Frogger cabinet. Had the wrong style joystick from the original, but it was very playable.
Missing from this floor were the Star Wars Cockpit and the Dragons Lair Ultracade machine. This machine was a cabaret when it was present about a year ago.