Chicago, IL – iiRcade Inc., a premium home arcade console that allows gamers of all ages to play their favorite retro and modern games in a true arcade style, is pleased to announce that Ninja Baseball Bat Man, officially licensed by Tozai, Inc. and Irem Software Engineering, Inc., is coming soon to iiRcade.

Ninja Baseball Bat Man is a 1993 beat ’em up arcade game that was developed and published by IREM. 

The iiRcade version will allow for up to four players to play online simultaneously, with each player choosing from one of four characters: Captain Jose, Twinbats Ryno, Beanball Roger, and Stick Straw.

The object of the game is to recover various artifacts stolen from the Baseball Hall of Fame where the player (or players) must defeat a boss character at the end of each stage. The game allows players to perform combos, throws and dash attacks against several enemies.

“We’ve had a lot of requests for Ninja Baseball Bat Man from our iiRcade community,” said Jong Shin, founder & CEO of iiRcade. “We’re really excited to bring this arcade classic to iiRcade.”

The launch date for Ninja Baseball Bat Man on iiRcade will be announced at a later date.

iiRcade Gold, the latest addition to iiRcade’s line-up of premium home arcade consoles is now available for pre-order with four versions to choose from: Dead Cells, Dragon’s Lair, SPACE INVADERS and Black Edition with Double Dragon artwork.

Each iiRcade comes with 11 pre-loaded games: Dragon’s Lair, Double Dragon, Gunbird, Beach Buggy Racing, BombSquad (online multiplayer party game), Snowboard Championship, Diver Boy, Dragon Master, Maniac Square, Twin Brats and Fancy World, with more games downloadable, including free games, on the iiRcade store (

All games are officially licensed and available at affordable prices, and new titles are continuously added to the growing iiRcade store library. The full list of currently available games can be found on the iiRcade store.

For more information and to order iiRcade, visit


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Todd Friedman is heavily involved in the retro gaming community and has co-promoted the Video Game Summit in Chicago, IL for the past 16 years. He also has published 2 books and written for various different gaming magazines including Old School Gamer.