Classic Centuri Vanguard Arcade Game – Artwork, Cabinet Overview, Gameplay Video!



This is Centuri’s cool but largely forgotten “Vanguard” arcade game that we had in the showroom. This video shows some gameplay, the cabinet’s design, and the artwork package that was on this gem. See all our other games that we have available at the moment at www.LyonsArcade.com … subscribe for weekly videos!

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20 thoughts on “Classic Centuri Vanguard Arcade Game – Artwork, Cabinet Overview, Gameplay Video!”

  1. Oh the memories! I loved Vanguard and Phoenix was good fun too.
    By the way, have you ever taken a REALLY GOOD look at the monitor bezel for Scramble? There’s a pretty.. ahem… risqué picture of an alien woman performing a certain sexual act in the artwork.

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  2. I picked up a Vanguard cabinet last week. At some point they re-gamed it as Time Pilot. The TP stickers where placed over the Vanguard ones. Even the marquee was placed on the backside of the original. When I bought it the guy said it didn’t work but for $20 I couldn’t pass it up. The cabinet is roached bad, the joystick and buttons leaf switches where mangled. But after 15mins having it home I had it powered up and working and another 30 I had the controls swapped out with some happ ones I bought with plans for a retropi build. But now after about 3 hours of play the monitor has a red tint. So I’m guessing it needs a cap kit. This is my first machine and I’m planing on building a new cabinet useing the old as a pattern. And sticking with the wood grain look. I really like the Centuri cabinets, they scream 80’s lol

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  3. Oh man, this game is such a timewarp for me. I actually just bought this game for my PS3 from the PSN store for only $2.99 a couple days ago. It's so cool to find this video with an actual 'Vanguard' arcade cab. I also used to have this game on the old Atari 5200. I have really cool memories of me and my friends riding our bikes far into the downtown area back in the day (early to mid 80's), going to one of the many classic, elegant department stores there and hidden by the Northeast exit of the store was a small area with about 3 or 4 arcade machines against the wall. 'Vanguard' was one of them. 

    I remember taking turns with my friends to try and get the highest score possible and hopefully entering our initials in the much regarded "1st Place" score tier. I also remember playing 'Phoenix' and 'Galaxian' at the old downtown Greyhound bus station. Man, I miss those days – summer vacations from school, hanging out with my friends, chasing neighborhood girls we liked, watching/listening to music on the radio and on MTV, riding our bikes all over the place, pooling our money to play video games, buying 'Star Wars' and 'Wacky Packages' trading cards and finally getting sodas for the long bike ride home. 

    That and so much more, all while not having a care in the world, except for wondering what cool TV shows/movies were airing later that night, what mom had made for dinner (me hoping she would make it an ultra rare Pizza Hut night), what cool early morning cartoons were worth waking and getting up for (especially on Saturday's) and overall, what new adventure(s) awaited us the following day. Those summer days seemed endless. I'm really grateful that I had those experiences as a kid. The strong nostalgic element I just got from watching this is off the charts. Thanks for having made this video and for making my day…

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  4. the next to final zone in a level has the snakes in it and they give you points if you let them get you

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  5. They had this at my local pizzeria. Man i was a baby lol. Loved it big time. Great game especially for it's time. Music like Flash Gordon 👍

    Not sure why i took so long but…Subbed

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  6. Hay Joe… What are doing with that… Ah sorry got stuck on JIMI HENDRIX for a second.
    Have you ever came across the arcade machine TIME TRAVELER from Sega the holographic laser disc arcade game?
    Because I really want to see how it works and what it looks like on the inside of the cabinet.

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  7. I have never played this. I'm gonna go to the arcade right now to check it out! no wait…I guess I won't.. sad……

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  8. This game fascinated me so much back in 1981 when I discovered it in an arcade in Florida.  I loved the Flash Gordon music and the speech.  In fact, talking games like Vanguard, Gorf, and Wizard of Wor, as well as my discovery of the Radio Shack TRS-80 Voice Synthesizer, paved the way for one of the things I'm doing now, an application that reads email and web pages over the phone with computerized speech.

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