Classic 1982 Nintendo Popeye Arcade Game ! Gameplay, Artwork, Design video!

We got in this beautiful Popeye Arcade Game a few weeks ago, a really under rated Nintendo classic! Check out the video!

We got in a cool Buck Rogers pinball machine straight out of the arcades of 1980! Video shows design, artwork, gameplay.

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Lyons Arcade buys and sells classic arcade games and pinball machines in our showroom and shop in downtown Rock Hill, SC. We typically keep in stock between 40 and 50 arcade games and pinball machines, and from time to time have a jukebox or two for sale.

Our store is located at 139 Caldwell St., Rock Hill, SC 29730. We also function as a vintage video game store! We sell all the classic Nintendo, Sega, Atari, Sony, and Microsoft games and systems.

Our videos on our channel are videos we shoot after finishing up our games for sale; we test play them and take pictures and video of how they turned out. We then use the pictures to advertise the games for sale, and upload the video to this channel on youtube!

What this means is that sometimes our videos show games that have actually already sold!


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32 thoughts on “Classic 1982 Nintendo Popeye Arcade Game ! Gameplay, Artwork, Design video!

  1. Is that Bluto or Brutus? I seem to think the later Popeye cartoons call him Brutus (or maybe it was a separate but similar character?) The baby is named Sweet Pea and I believe he is a orphan.

  2. The girder theme also comes from Popeye. Not sure if it is exactly true or not but I did read that Miyamoto's favourite Popeye cartoon was the one where Popeye is trying to rescue a sleeping-walking Olive Oyl who manages to scale a building site and has many sequences involving girders.

  3. Very nice collection. Man, y'all should make a museum of the 80s . I loved this game . Was one of my favorites among kung fu master, donkey kong, the fast Mrs pacman, gorf, and etc,, now that I think about it. Definately, my childhood growing up in the 80s revolved heavily around the Gold Mine in Oglethorpe Mall, in Savannah, listening to Steve Perry belting out " don't stop" in the arcades background music. Good times, good times.. I'll have to hit y'all up, sometimes definitely, after I finish up my child support obligations 😂. I might have to treat myself to one of them, definitely…

  4. Weird! I saw on the games where they said Brutus. I always heard it as Bluto. So I googled it and it was Bluto. Wonder why they put Brutus on the game?

  5. SweetPea was found on Popeye's doorstep! Thanks for the memories of 1000 lost quarters…will stop in your shop next time I'm up from Columbia!

  6. I my thoughts about the characters were Wimpy was really Swee'Pee's dad, but he was such a slob Olive ditched him, and eventually tricked Pop eye into thinking the baby was his and Bluto knew she was kind of a Hoe and figured he could get some, but she kept turning him down, and he got all obsessive and shit. LOL.

  7. The artwork for this game is beautiful. An all time classic Nintendo arcade game. Wish they would rerelease it on the Switch as part of the Arcade Archive games

  8. Used to love this. It was a precursor to the original Mario Bros. It'd be nice if Arcade Archives were able to put this out.

  9. I agree a very underrated game. Was one of my favorites when I was a kid. Never realized how beautiful the cabinet was.

  10. Awesome machine. Can't wait to get my hands on one. Looking for any Nintendo dedicated cabinet, plan on owning them all.

  11. Love, love these older cabinets! So nostalgic & beautiful! Nintendo should remake these or slightly smaller versions, sort of like 1up arcades but not as cheap…

  12. This arcade game is based on the comic strips and animated cartoons of the same name.
    This game was coincide with the 1980 movie Popeye starring Robin Williams.

  13. I love the commentary and Joe talking about the characters and how the cabinet looks like an ornament. This is wholesome, heartwarming content.

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