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  1. Amidar is an idiosyncratic arcade game programmed by Konami, and published in 1981 by Stern.
  2. The enemies (and bonus stage pigs) in Amidar move deterministically, this is described in the game as "Amidar movement". (Web site)
  3. However, it can be frustrating, particularly when one considers the potential Amidar had for being a truly great game. (Web site)

Arcade Games

  1. Arcade games are coin-operated games played on a standalone device originally leased to commercial entertainment venues. (Web site)
  2. Arcade games are easy to learn, yet difficult to master. (Web site)
  3. Arcade games are our liveliness. (Web site)
  4. Arcade games are traditionally the coin-operated video games found in arcades during the 1970s and 1980s.
  5. Arcade games are typically easy to understand, shorter in length, simplified graphics with gradual increases in levels of difficulty. (Web site)

Street Fighter

  1. This adds in Shadaloo Cammy but she doesn't have a storyline) X-Men vs Street Fighter (1996. (Web site)
  2. Like Street Fighter 3rd Strike will all those Gill boss battles, Capcom doesn't include storyline dialogues for battles that didn't happen in the story. (Web site)
  3. Retu ( ---, Retsu?, Not to be confused with the Street Fighter character Retsu) is the leader of the revived Mad Gear gang and the final boss.


  1. Tetris - the most classic game.
  2. Tetris is a deceptively simple and addicting puzzle game. (Web site)
  3. Tetris is a registered trademark of Elorg and has been licensed to The Tetris Company.
  4. Tetris is a simple but addicting game that has maintained its popularity over the years.
  5. Tetris is a simple but addicting game.

Ninja Gaiden

  1. Ninja Gaiden is a video game released for the Xbox featuring the Dragon Ninja, Ryu Hayabusa.
  2. Ninja Gaiden is a good game, but it seems a waste when once considers that Gaiden III is now available. (Web site)
  3. Today sees the launch of the Ninja Gaiden Hurricane Pack Vol II, the second expansion pack for Tecmo's impressive Ninja battler.


  1. Pac-Man is a maze game.
  2. Pac-Man is one of the few games to have been consistently re-released for over two decades.
  3. Pac-Man is a trademark of the Namco.

Mortal Kombat

  1. Mortal Kombat is a 1992 fighting arcade game by Midway Games.
  2. Mortal Kombat is a 1992 fighting game by Midway.
  3. Mortal Kombat is a great fighting game series. (Web site)
  4. Mortal Kombat is a mysterious tournament where the competitors fight to the death.
  5. Mortal Kombat is a survivor. (Web site)

Golden Axe

  1. Golden Axe is a basic port of an arcade game. (Web site)
  2. Golden Axe is a bit of a legend, that and of course streets of rage.
  3. Golden Axe is a fall 1989 game ported over from the 1988 arcade game.
  4. Golden Axe is a side-scrolling arcade fighting game released by Sega.
  5. Golden Axe is a side-scrolling arcade fighting game released in 1989 by Sega.

Crazy Taxi

  1. Crazy Taxi - A mission-based driving game.
  2. Crazy Taxi is a great example of raw video game action at its absolute best. (Web site)
  3. Crazy Taxi is an arcade game where you race around picking up fares and delivering them to their location. (Web site)

Mario Kart Arcade Gp

  1. MARIO KART ARCADE GP is a 2-player dedicated game.
  2. Mario Kart Arcade GP is an arcade -only sequel to Nintendo's Mario Kart series.
  3. Mario Kart Arcade GP is the first partnership production of arcade game between Namco and Nintendo.

Mortal Kombat Ii

  1. Mortal Kombat II is an arcade game and the second title in the Mortal Kombat fighting game series.
  2. Mortal Kombat II was re-released (although far from arcade-perfect) in 2004 as a part of Midway Arcade Treasures 2.
  3. Mortal Kombat II was re-released in 2004 as a part of Midway Arcade Treasures 2.
  4. Mortal Kombat II was the first arcade game to use William's DCS sound system.


  1. Pac-Mania is a spot-on translation (emulation, perhaps?) of the 1987 arcade, Namco's first official sequel that stuck to the original formula. (Web site)
  2. Pac-Mania is a spot-on translation of the 1987 arcade, Namco's first official sequel that stuck to the original formula.
  3. Pac-Mania is the last arcade video game in the Pac-Man series, released in 1987 by Namco and distributed by Atari Games in the United States. (Web site)
  4. Pac-Mania was plagued by a few problems, chiefly an AI that was too slow and easy in the early levels, only to become ridiculously hard later on.
  5. Pac-Mania was the last arcade video game in the Pac-Man series, released in 1987 by Namco. (Web site)

Puck Man

  1. Pac-Man (or Puck Man) is an arcade game developed by Namco and licensed for distribution by Midway, first released in Japan in 1979.
  2. Mai 1980 von Namco in Japan als ---Puck Man--- ver--ffentlicht wurde.
  3. The result was a game he entitled PUCK MAN, derived from the onomatopoeic Japanese phrase pakupaku, meaning he eats he eats.

Captain Commando

  1. Captain Commando is a highly trained soldier, but has no superpowers. (Web site)
  2. Captain Commando is an arcade game produced by Capcom in 1991, featuring the character of the same name.
  3. Captain Commando was the original mascot of the company Capcom, and where the company derived its name. (Web site)

Professor Pac-Man

  1. Professor Pac-Man is an arcade game produced by Bally Midway in 1983. (Web site)
  2. Professor Pac-Man was based on a Zilog Z80 microprocessor and used two banks of 512k ROM, more than any other arcade game at the time.
  3. Pac-Man, whose scrolling playfields are perfect for a handheld; Professor Pac-Man, the little-seen trivia game; Pac-Man Plus, the black sheep of the family. (Web site)

Street Fighter Iii

  1. The last completely new Street Fighter game to be released was Street Fighter III in 1997.
  2. For example, the characters from Street Fighter III have the ability to parry attacks, while the characters from Red Earth seem far more defense-oriented. (Web site)
  3. Chun Li, from street fighter III, can parry incoming attacks by tapping forward on the D pad, plus use multiple super moves in a match. (Web site)

Super Street Fighter Ii

  1. These four new characters were introduced in Super Street Fighter II.
  2. After adding in Balrog and Vega, they updated the files to Super Street Fighter II standards.
  3. In 2001, a version of the game was released for the Game Boy Advance under the title Super Street Fighter II Turbo: Revival.


  1. Tekken is the number 1 selling 3D franchise in the world.

Virtua Fighter

  1. Virtua Fighter is a series of fighting games created by Sega studio AM2 and designer Yu Suzuki.
  2. Virtua Fighter is a 1993 fighting game developed by the Sega studio AM2, headed by Yu Suzuki.
  3. Virtua Fighter is a series of versus fighting games created by Sega studio AM2 and designer Yu Suzuki.

Capcom Fighting Evolution

  1. Capcom Fighting Evolution is a 2d fighting game where you try to win 2 out of three times in a match. (Web site)
  2. Capcom Fighting Evolution is a registered trademark of its copyright holder.
  3. Capcom Fighting Evolution is a step backwards compared to Capcom 's other 2D fighters.
  4. Capcom Fighting Evolution is an old-school fighting game that will be appreciated by hardcore fans. (Web site)

Aero Fighters

  1. Most of the creative team that worked on Aero Fighters created Strikers 1945 and other shmups for Psikyo. (Web site)
  2. Aero Fighters 2 is a vertical-scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game released in 1994 by Video System. (Web site)
  3. If you try, it gets changed to "OH!". The desert level boss form Aero Fighters makes a cameo appearance.

After Burner Ii

  1. After Burner II is a arcade-style flight game released by Sega in 1987.
  2. After Burner II is an arcade-style flight game released by Sega in 1987.

After Burner

  1. Titled After Burner: Black Falcon, the game focuses on an attempt to retrieve 13 stolen fighter jets from a terrorist cell.
  2. After Burner: Black Falcon offers gamers a destructive arsenal of hi-tech military jets such as the F-14D Tomcat, F-15E Strike Eagle, and F-22 Raptor. (Web site)
  3. Developed by Planet Moon Studios, After Burner: Black Falcon is the first arcade-style flight combat title exclusively for the PSP system. (Web site)

Alien Syndrome

  1. Alien Syndrome is a fast-paced action-RPG with shooter elements.
  2. Alien Syndrome is a run and gun arcade game developed by Sega in 1987. (Web site)
  3. Alien Syndrome is a fast-paced action-RPG with shooter elements, set in a stunning sci-fi universe.

Alpha Mission

  1. The game spawned a more successful sequel in 1991, Alpha Mission II for the Neo-Geo arcade and console platform. (Web site)
  2. Alpha Mission, which supports up to one player, is very similar to Xevious, as it is a scrolling shooter with segregated weapons.
  3. Alpha Mission ( ASO: Armored Scrum Object in Japan) is a vertical scrolling shooter arcade game created by SNK in 1985. (Web site)

Altered Beast

  1. Altered Beast is a 1988 arcade game developed and manufactured by Sega.
  2. Altered Beast is a fun way to waste some time you'd be spending on homework or girls .
  3. Altered Beast is a game that most Genesis owners out there have played, but there---sa logical explanation for that.
  4. Altered Beast is a nice arcade game for a bit of a bash. (Web site)
  5. Altered Beast is a short experience, with each level taking only a small time to clear completely and the entire adventure containing only five levels total.

Antarctic Adventure

  1. Antarctic Adventure was followed by a sequel for the MSX computer in 1986, entitled Penguin Adventure. (Web site)
  2. Antarctic Adventure {Konami 1984, HRC, Konami Classic, 2P} A penguin must run through several levels by jumping over pits and avoiding walruses. (Web site)
  3. Antarctic Adventure The ice has seperated you from your friends.

Arcade System Boards

  1. Arcade system boards The Sega Lindbergh was announced in 2005 as Sega's next generation arcade system board.
  2. The arcade machines interior of the cabinet holds the arcade system boards, the hardware upon which the game runs, and sometimes an internal power source.

Arch Rivals

  1. Arch Rivals - A superb (and addictive) basketball game with great teamplay elements.
  2. Arch Rivals is a basket ball game that you puch the other player in a two on two game. (Web site)
  3. Arch Rivals is a basketball arcade game created by Midway in 1989.
  4. Arch Rivals is a conversion of the hit Midway arcade game. (Web site)
  5. Arch Rivals is a two-on-two arcade-style hoops game that features four fictional teams: Natural High, Brawl State, Los Angeles, and Chicago. (Web site)


  1. Arkanoid is a Clon and a simpler Version of the earlier Segas Arcade-Game Gigas and Gigas Mark 2 based upon Atari 's Breakout games of the early '80s.
  2. Arkanoid is a Clone and a simpler Version of the earlier Sega's Arcade-Game Gigas and Gigas Mark 2 based upon Atari's Breakout games of the mid-to-late '70s.
  3. Arkanoid is a Clone and a simpler Version of the earlier Segas Arcade-Game Gigas and Gigas Mark 2 based upon Atari 's Breakout games of the early '80s. (Web site)
  4. Arkanoid is a Freeware program. (Web site)
  5. Arkanoid is a new freeware version that updates the ball-and-paddle game of yesteryear. (Web site)

Art of Fighting

  1. Fatal Fury 2 and Art of Fighting 2 also revisited the tournament before SNK released KOF '94.
  2. Art Of Fighting 2 {SNK 1994, HRC, Neo Geo MVS, 2P} Choose one of twelve characters and battle it out with the others. (Web site)
  3. Scaling allowed for a broader range of movement; the only boundaries in Art of Fighting are the edges of the stage. (Web site)


  1. Asteroids - The classic arcade game from 1979. (Web site)
  2. Asteroids is a 3D game by Michael Davies, based on the old arcade classic in which you must destroy asteroids by breaking them up into smaller pieces. (Web site)
  3. Asteroids is a Java clone of the popular 1979 arcade game, while Lunar Lander is a Java clone of the 1973 computer game.
  4. Asteroids is a addictive space shoot em up that suffers from bad flickers. (Web site)
  5. Asteroids is a conversion of the popular arcade game.

Asteroids Deluxe

  1. Plus, oversized artwork support will be added which means new artwork for Asteroids Deluxe and Battlezone, too.
  2. In Asteroids Deluxe your ship---s hyperspace has been replaced with a shield function, which allows you to bounce off asteroids. (Web site)
  3. Asteroids Deluxe added a "shield" button that protects you from enemy shots, and collisions with asteroids.

Astron Belt

  1. Astron Belt is an early laserdisc video game, released in 1983 by Sega in Japan and licensed to Bally Midway for production in the United States.
  2. Astron Belt came in both upright and cockpit cabinets. (Web site)
  3. To date, Astron Belt has only been ported to the MSX Computer System. (Web site)

Astro Invader

  1. Astro Invader is a flawless port of the fast-paced arcade game of the same name. (Web site)
  2. Astro Invader was the first arcade game ever released by Stern Electronics. (Web site)
  3. Astro Invader was not very successful in the arcade, and no official ports are believed to have been produced.


  1. Ataxx is a game that is mildly similar to Othello.
  2. Ataxx is a strategy game that is similar to Othello and Riversi. (Web site)
  3. Ataxx is a board game which first appeared in 1990 as an arcade video game by The Leland Corporation.

Baby Pac-Man

  1. Baby Pac-Man is an arcade " video pinball" game made by Bally Midway in 1982. (Web site)
  2. Baby Pac-Man was a moderate success for its time, mainly due to the hybrid nature of its gameplay. (Web site)

Bad Dudes

  1. Bad Dudes is a 1988 arcade game by Data East.
  2. The 'Bad Dudes' are government agents who fight against the 'Dragonninja' in order to save the President of the USA in this intuitive beat-'em-up.

Balloon Fight

  1. Balloon Fight is a "Joust-em-up". (Web site)
  2. Balloon Fight is a 1984 arcade game developed by Nintendo.
  3. Balloon Fight is a classic through and through, even if it is, essentially, a knock off of a more widely known arcade game. (Web site)
  4. Balloon Fight is a game very similar to Joust.
  5. Balloon Fight was one of the first titles I got for the NES, and it's also in my top five most played for the console.

Bank Panic

  1. Bank Panic is a first person shooter. (Web site)
  2. Bank Panic is an arcade game developed by Sanritsu and manufactured by Sega in 1984. (Web site)


  1. Batsugun is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up hailing from the now defunct Japanese game developer Toaplan. (Web site)
  2. Batsugun is a top down shooter that is just plain ol outclassed in EVERY POSSIBLE WAY by previous efforts in Soukyugourentai, Raystorm, and Battle Garrega. (Web site)
  3. Batsugun is a vertically scrolling "shooting 'em up" or shmup hailing from the now defunct Japanese game developer Toaplan.


  1. BattleZone is one of those rare games that isn't really all that good but is still hard to put down. (Web site)
  2. Battlezone is a critically acclaimed remake (for Microsoft Windows) of an arcade game of the same name.
  3. Battlezone is a good example. (Web site)
  4. Battlezone is a nice addition to the package, but it's admittedly the dullest game in the compilation. (Web site)
  5. Battlezone is a remake (for Microsoft Windows) of an arcade game of the same name.

Battle Garegga

  1. Battle Garegga is a fast paced shoot em up in the vein of games like 19xx: The War against Destiny. (Web site)

Beach Spikers

  1. Beach Spikers is a classic arcade game that works perfectly for your home console. (Web site)
  2. Beach Spikers is a good pick for the fan of arcade sports.
  3. Beach Spikers is one of the best multiplayer sports games I've played on the 'Cube.


  1. BeatMania is a DJ Simulation type game. (Web site)
  2. Beatmania is a DJ sim that lets you use a custom turntable controller.
  3. Beatmania is a Japanese arcade game featuring five keys and a turntable.
  4. Beatmania was a transition between the interactive elements of a joystick and buttons, or a light gun, to the full-body interactivity that DDR would require. (Web site)

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