Any way you slice it, they just don't make arcade games like they did in the '80s. The variety, creativity and value (25 cents!) of that golden age have never been matched. So if you were going to immortalize an arcade game by casting it in stained glass, it's only fitting that it be from that era. Props to Ground Kontrol arcade in Portland, Oregon, then for creating this Dig Dug stained-glass window. Cool stuff — I particularly like the red-rectangle coin slots, and the perspective is nearly perfect. I would have gone with Tempest myself, but either way it's a plus they didn't use the way-too-obvious Pac-Man.
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