Arcade Service and Repair
That old arcade machine on the fritz? It's been sitting in your garage for years and you've given up? It's time to spice up your quarantine games!
Boss Battle Games is here to breathe some new life into your old machine. We specialize and focus on video arcade machines - it's all we do. For small fixes, we can do quick jobs in your garage or for larger, more complex jobs, we can bring your machine to our climate controlled warehouse to tackle it. Whether it's as simple as replacing a marquee light or as questionable as "what the heck is wrong with my monitor?" - we've got your back!
Why choose Boss Battle Games for your arcade service?
We treat you the way we would want to be treated. We are upfront about our charges - We are upfront about what we will and will not work on - We will not charge you if will cannot diagnose the problem.
How much do you charge?
Our work is $75/ hour with a one hour minimum plus the cost of parts. We will not up-charge you on parts. That pisses us off too.
What is your service area?
We will travel anywhere within the 465 Circle in Indianapolis. We will also travel outside of the 465 Circle within a 30 minute drive. If you are located outside of that service area, you are welcome to bring your machine to our warehouse and we will do the work here. There are no storage fees or other hidden fees.
What do you work on?
We focus on video arcade machines. If you are looking for a repair on a pinball machine, we recommend checking out Indianapolis Pinball.
How do I request service?
You can request a service appointment through the contact form below or on our Facebook page. We will respond ASAP to let you know if we can work with the day/time you've requested. You can also send us an email through the contact form below to ask us for an estimate.
How do i pay for service?
We accept cash or card. We require full payment upon completion of the job. We appreciate your understanding.
Before you Request repair!
Understanding the repair process -
Arcade games were only meant to be in operation for around 8 years before they were replaced. To put this in perspective, this means that any Pac-Man machines still running have exceeded their life expectancy by over 30 years. These are old electronics, and sometimes they break in ways that can’t be repaired either due to obsolete and unobtainable parts, or the complexity of the problem. Sometimes fixing one problem only reveals more underlying problems, and an old game you got for a steal can quickly become a never ending money pit.
If we can’t figure out what the issue is, we won’t charge you for the trip out to take a look. If you already know what the problem is and just want to know what we’d charge to fix it, we can give you an estimate without making a visit. For issues that we can’t solve on our own, we have a network of techs that we can recommend to send the parts needing repair to, or we can pull the parts and send them off for you. If all else fails, we can try to track down replacement parts or recommend more modern upgrades to get your game up and running again.