As one of Waldersmith’s finest products, the Space Commander is a legend among vintage games design. Sporting a sleek black and chrome finish and distinctive retro style, the Commander has capacity for over 350 of your favourite arcade titles.
The Space Commander's superb 2.1 subwoofer speakers deliver a powerful bass, and a strong, crisp sound (controlled via a remote on the rear of the cabinet). This is coupled with its massive 28" Hi-Definition TFT screen; the two combine to render your games in perfect audio and visual quality. The machine’s toughened glass also protects your screen from any minor scrapes or bumps.
The Space Commander has also been designed for ease of use - a chrome on/off switch takes players straight to the games menu, making the selection process as simple as possible, and allowing you to get straight to the gaming.
Its leather-coated 2-player control panel has been carefully designed to be at an optimum angle and position for the gamer, whether casual, enthusiast or hardcore. This gives the Space Commander the greatest playability on any home gaming system on the market. It is also highly customisable, coming with black buttons and joystick as standard, and a multitude of options for bespoke cabinet decals, all subject to your preferences.
The elite of the best retro arcade machines, the Waldersmith Space Commander is comfortable, fashionable, and fun to use. It is as awe-inspiring as the name it bears, and is a magnificent addition to the home of a gaming enthusiast.
We at the Games Room Company have always had a great appreciation for video games, ever since the first commercial video game (Computer Space) was released back in 1971. We were one of the first companies to bring over TAITO’s Space Invaders to the UK, quickly going on to supply pubs all over the country. Our founder, Reginald Waldersmith, was a particularly avid fan of Atari’s Pong, describing it as being “quite as fun as real tennis, and not nearly as exhausting.” We have proudly continued his fondness for retro video games, and much of our inventory includes games we’ve manufactured ourselves.