Jason Camberis, a 44-year-old Network Engineer from Chicago, USA took nearly two years to build this epic retro gaming system which has set a new world record for Largest Arcade Machine.
Measuring a whopping 4.41m tall and 1.06 metres deep, it stands taller than a fully grown African elephant and could fit the equivalent of 112 bath tubs of water!
The fully functioning arcade machine has over 200 classic arcade games including PacMan, Dragon Spirit and Pacman.
Players can use the giant buttons and 16 inch glass track ball to recreate the excitement of old school arcade.
The super-sized arcade machine is so big players have to climb stairs that come out from the bottom to reach the controls!
A self- confessed arcade fanatic, Jason builds and sells custom home arcade machines and security systems for a living.
When he decided to build the giant arcade machine he wanted to recreate the excitement he felt in the arcades of his youth, making the machine big, tall, loud and with plenty of flashing lights!
Explaining his reasoning for the project, Jason says: “I wanted to bring joy and happiness to people, and my arcade machine certainly makes people smile. My wife wonders what I will do next but I already have a plan!”.
Jason and his incredible arcade machine appears in Guinness World Records 2016 Gamer’s Edition which is out now. To find out more about the book and pre-order your copy, head to www.guinnessworldrecords.com/2016