A new pop-up book is in the works that features paper recreations of classic Sega arcade cabinets.

Sega Arcade: Pop-Up History includes pop-up sculptures of some of the Japanese company's most famous arcade cabinets, such as Hang-On, Space Harrier, Thunder Blade, After Burner, and Out Run.

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Each model comes with schematics, art and historical context by Guardian games writer and friend of Eurogamer Keith Stuart.

There's a Kickstarter campaign running now. It asks for £40,000 and after three days it's already shot through the halfway funded mark.

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I'm old enough to have played all of these arcade games back in the day. After Burner was a personal favourite, although I loved Space Harrier, too. I never got the hang of Hang-On, though!

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