We did it! The Winnitron NYC is complete and ready to be played! The cabinet debuted at the No Quarter event alongside Horka by Ramiro Corbetta, A Good Player is Hard to Find by Charley Miller, At a Distance by Terry Cavanagh and Clock by Luke O'Connor. We were really excited to be part of the event and all the people at NYU were really supportive and helpful. The cabinet is going to live at the NYU Game Center until the middle of June where it will be exhibited with the other No Quarter games and then it will be moved to the basement where it will be part of the Archival Video Games Library. You will be able to go there from 9-5 on the weekdays and play it. If you want to hear more about the locations that it will be available to play outside of the game center then keep checking in here or watch the New York section of the Winnitron site. We are going to keep searching around for great places to have the cabinet all over NYC. We want to try to get the cabinet out to as many events as possible so if you have a game related event and want to borrow the cabinet just let us know and we can make arrangements. As always, if you are interested in being involved in any way just let us know by commenting below... or if you know of a good place to keep the cabinet that we might not have thought of. The Winntron NYC project is Woody Fentress, Alex Krasij, Onis Castenada and of course the Bit Collective.