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NGALAC (short for Noisebridge Gaming Archivists Live Arcade Cabinet) is a classic games arcade-style machine which is to be housed at Noisebridge hackerspace in San Francisco, and brought to various events with the goal of doling out fun to the masses while simultaneously running the world's first and only (to our knowledge) "crowd-sourced videogame live-streaming fundraiser".

Players can choose from a curated selection of classic games, originally made for various home consoles and arcade machines, and play said games via the originally intended control interface (e.g. play a Super Nintendo game with a Super Nintendo Joypad). If a player so chooses, they can activate a live-stream, which will broadcast their gameplay, presence, and voice over the internet through a variety of services, such as Twitch or Youtube Live.

Funded by San Francisco, CA (May 2018)