Flashing lights, bleeps and bloops, and the miasma of teenagers with nothing better to do. For many of us, this is the essence of the 1980s that indie gameArcadecraft captures, and if you're PC owner who likes the sound of an arcade creation and management sim - think Theme Hospital but with dingy arcades - developer Firebase has good news for you.

After shifting 65,000 copies on Xbox Live Indie Games, Arcadecraft now has a PC port that's "almost done" and will be available to Windows 7 users soon. It's now on the Humble Store for pre-order, and Firebase has a Steam Greenlight page up too. The PC port features the same arcade-building play of the XBLIG original, but with some visual touch-ups like higher resolution textures and new character models and animations.