1976 Midway Sea Wolf Arcade Game ! Gameplay, Artwork ,Cabinet Design Video



What an awesome game, we got in and repaired an old-school black and white 1976 Midway Sea Wolf Arcade Game! Check out the video and see what all the fuss is about!

See all our other games for sale, right now, at www.LyonsArcade.com !

Lyons Arcade buys and sells classic arcade games and pinball machines in our showroom and shop in downtown Rock Hill, SC. We typically keep in stock between 40 and 50 arcade games and pinball machines, and from time to time have a jukebox or two for sale.

Our store is located at 139 Caldwell St., Rock Hill, SC 29730. We also function as a vintage video game store! We sell all the classic Nintendo, Sega, Atari, Sony, and Microsoft games and systems.

Our videos on our channel are videos we shoot after finishing up our games for sale; we test play them and take pictures and video of how they turned out. We then use the pictures to advertise the games for sale, and upload the video to this channel on youtube!

What this means is that sometimes our videos show games that have actually already sold!

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37 thoughts on “1976 Midway Sea Wolf Arcade Game ! Gameplay, Artwork ,Cabinet Design Video”

  1. I had this game as a kid!!! It wasn’t working when my dad picked it up but he had her running great within a week.

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  2. One of the first arcade games I remember playing at Rico’s Pizza Parlor. Along with another arcade game with a step & viewfinder; BattleZone! Thanks for the review.

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  3. i was 7YO when it came to the restaurant in my town ,and i had to stand on my toes or a booster seat to play it- i did not do well

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  4. This was the first arcade game that I ever played. Was a little kid, around 1979. Small game room that mostly had pinball and a few pool tables. They also had an Atari Stunt Cycle game that I played. Brings back memories.

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  5. Brings tears to my eyes. My Dad passed July 16th 2018. He always took me to the arcade every week. $5 went a long way. Especially as I got very good the quarters lasted lol. We used to play this game everytime as one of our gotos. So many memories. Wish I was there playing it with you. I appreciate it.

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  6. So I was explaining to my 16yr old son how I played a game just like this one in 1979 in a small holiday park in Devon UK . Thank you for posting 😎 game over .

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  7. Just caught onto your channel. Love your passion for these old games. Thank you for making these videos and bringing these classics back to life.

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  8. Firefighters ? And yes, I =AM= reproducing this game, complete with the explosion overlay. Will write back here when done.

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  9. I think this my first video game experience….
    I remember this cabinet as toddler of six years .Was this first arcade game before space invader craze?

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  10. Does not having the original rom chips affect the value? And if you burn new roms, how do you know the code is the authentic, unaltered code with so many people altering making hacks? Just curious.

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  11. I used to go into a little submarine sandwich shop in Bremmerton, Wa way back in 1977 and they had this game. It's the only video game I have ever liked.

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  12. Thanks for the flashback!!! This was one of the first, if not the first, video game I ever played in an arcade (late 70's).

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  13. Sea Wolf was the holy grail of "1970's" arcade games that featured mostly racing games, primitive light gun rifle, huge screen deer-hunting/Western gun draw simulators, Ski-Ball and of course, pinball. But, once the "70's kids" grew out of the arcades, and the "70's-baby/80's kids" who got spoiled on Asteroids, Tempest, Defender, Battle Zone and other "newer" early 80's games took over, it was a rarity to find a working Sea Wolf game at your local arcade, post-'84. Pity. It was really an unsung, innovative gem.

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  14. Brings back a lot of fond memories! This was a very immersive experience as a kid. The periscope and the sound effects created the nautical motif beautifully. I absolutely loved playing this.
    I don't know what it was about nautically themed things that I found so cool when I was a kid. Looking back, I think it was this game, Jaws, The Tidal Wave rollercoaster at my my local amusement park (Great America) and a few family trips to Hawaii that may have intrigued me! Takes me right back to the late 70s.

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  15. I played this game quite often when I was young ,, from a sound perspective it seems a little different , the sonar ping in the background was a constantly present low level ambient sound effect , with the jarring alert and explosion sound on top everything ,,  the sonar sound behaves differently on your game ,,

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  16. Great video series of all your games. I just picked up an original Galaga locally here in Tennessee. I wish you were close to me because your arcades look great. I would probably have too many. Keep it up 👍🏻👍🏻

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  17. Wow, I just found this on your website. This is one of my favorite arcade games of all time. I remember farming the hell out of these things for the arcade tickets.

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