Candy Cabinet Info
Welcome to Hard--Candy, a Wiki project dedicated to documenting Japanese-style ("candy") arcade cabinets.
As of now we will also be gathering parts manuals for future repairs and renovations of our beloved Japanese Candy Cabinets.
This entire website is designed to be edited and maintained by enthusiasts in the online community. Wherever you feel like you might have information to contribute, feel free to edit any entries as you see fit. All we ask is that you not vandalize entries and that you make your best attempt to post information correctly and objectively.
Enjoy the site!
1 December 2019 | Also looking for hardware manuals!
It seems the database is expanding and new arcade cabinets are coming in more but slowly these days. That means we are ready to take a new step and are now looking for manuals for all Japanese Candy hardware systems! Yes, we are looking for any and all information about for example MVS, Sega Triforce, , Lindbergh, Naomi, CPS2, you name it! So if you any any documentation you are able to share please feel free to let us know by sending us a message through our contact page: https://hard--candy.com/contact or via our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/HardCandyArcadeWiki/.
Thank you all again for your continued support, for enjoying the content and appreciating our work! We love this community for it and want to preserve our beloved passion!
2 January 2019 | Happy New Year!
Everyone the best wishes and that 2019 will be the most candiest of all years!
Today we made some new adjustments to the site. Not only did we publish the article Top 25 Candy Cabs of 2018 but we also added a donation button as we received quite a nice amount of requests if it was possible to contribute to the website. Now you can. Not only by clicking on the banners but also by donating directly. This will help us pay for the hosting costs and any contribution is highly appreciated.
Thank you all for your continued support, for enjoying the content and appreciating our work!
21 December 2018 | MVS Hardware Update
The last couple of days we made a couple of massive updates. Now that HardMVS.com is offline we wanted to preserve all MVS manuals and therefore added these to our Candy Parts overview for future reference. Furthermore we added a couple of monitors from Nanao and Wells-Gartner. Have you notices we now have an arcade map as well? Last but not least we made some changes to the layout of the site to make it easier for you to navigate through the website. Hope you all will enjoy the enhancements. If you have any suggestions for improvements please let us know through our contact page (link in the footer of the site).