A Coin-Operated Gaming System: Game Timer!



Get a coin-operated gaming system to regulate your kids gaming time! More chores = more tokens = more gaming time. It’s a win for everyone.

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31 thoughts on “A Coin-Operated Gaming System: Game Timer!”

  1. When I was a kid my mom would set a timer for only 5-10 minutes for me to use the playstation and I could never get her to understand that it could usually take that long just to boot up a game and get into it. So I was never able to really save anything.

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  2. One big flaw I see is the outward facing screws I hope they are some non standard security screw or the kids will get the idea to just take it apart.

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  3. Congratulations your console turned off in the middle of an OverWatch match you have a 9 day suspension

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  4. I would just get a new xbox power cable and dump the stupid token lock thing. can you make it more secure than that?

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  5. Pls make a video on how to convert the coin-operated xbox 360 into its original system(being not coin-operated)?

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  6. Is there a written instructions to this I would like to make my own but I would not want it to turn off as it would go on a MAME arcade cabinet

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  7. i don't know if this is a good idea, i would something that blocks the controllers signal, that would be meaner

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  8. Just mod a TV or console to not display video signal when time runs out!
    So you don't Corrupt games and saves or console data.

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  9. Pardon me for asking a silly question but may I ask where are the circuit schematics and Arduino code? I couldn't find a link to them any where?

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  10. What this guy didn't realize, that powering off a console like that, it will damage the hard drive. Is like unpluggin it right from the wall. Next time the console is turned on, it will have the corrupt message. This guy should have done it as i did. He should have created an USB timed coin box. My coin box receives the controller cable to a receptor. A second usb cable goes to the console. So it will not cut power, it will disconnect the controller instead. common sense is, the battery needs to be removed from the controller. So it will just send signal to the console, by being wired. No wireless.

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  11. its the XBOX OS corruptomatic! probably be better with switching tv or an HDMI switcher because non graceful shutdowns are bad for anything resembling a modern computer

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  12. they actually already make cheap Chinese versions of this that plug into the rca ports n then console into it, uses plastic tokens, example if have game store n want limit play time or like this guy in vid w the kids. very inexpensive. not as fun as making your own but Just fyi so might help the ideas.

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  13. Idiot, do this while the OS is updating and the console is bricked, should've made it cut the HDMI so something like that wouldn't fuck up your Xbox…

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  14. I hope that father realizes that when he is elderly and will have rely on his sons for care, pay back will be a bitch!!

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  15. This is a seriously bad idea. You risk wreaking the Hard Disk by cutting power to the device like this on a regular basis.

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