Well, master sent me a link to a download of it, but the download is for an executable which installs it on a computer like a normal game. The iBProArcade doesn't work like that, it requires TAR/ZIP files intended for use in the arcade; all current games seem to be handled by a .swf file in the /arcade/ directory, which are fairly small in size. So even if we were so inclined as to install this game, we can't because it isn't built for an arcade of this nature.
If people want to find games for the arcade, I suggest checking sites relevant to the hack we have for the software we have. This site lists a large amount of games for our hack, which I can download and install. Due to the sheer number of available games and the unknown implications on server load, I think if people want new games a system of 'nominations' and multiple choice polls to determine the most popular ones would be the best way to go about it. As it stands though, like no one uses the arcade, so this is a two-sided affair in that people are likely to vote for things they're unlikely to play, but at the same time the lack of playing means server load is minute.
I've added a new game, Resident Evil: Apocalypse to the Arcade as a test of the game adding system, as well as the game Pandemic 2 as I recall it being popular on free arcade websites. Now, one of the things already noticed is the fact that these games are much larger than the default ones(Moonlander, the largest default, is 54 KB, whereas Pandemic 2 is 1,429 KB). What this means in terms of bandwidth usage to how big of games should be considered, I'll leave to Sim.