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    • Amusement arcade

    • An amusement arcade (often referred to as "video arcade" or simply "arcade") is a venue where people play arcade games such as video games, pinball machines, electro-mechanical games, redemption games, merchandisers (such as claw cranes), or coin-operated billiards or air hockey tables. In some countries, some types of ... Read »


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    • Arcade game

    • An arcade game or coin-op is a coin-operated entertainment machine typically installed in public businesses such as restaurants, bars and amusement arcades. Most arcade games are video games, pinball machines, electro-mechanical games, redemption games or merchandisers. While exact dates are debated, the golden age of ... Read »


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    • The Heart of Gaming

    • Coordinates: 51°22′31″N 0°05′58″W / 51.3751424°N 0.099322°W / 51.3751424; -0.099322 The Heart of Gaming is an amusement arcade in London. The arcade's current venue opened on April 29th 2017 in the Whitgift Centre of Croydon. It is one of the few remaining video game a ... Read »


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    • List of Amiga arcade conversions

    • This is a list of arcade games sorted by name which were converted to the Amiga platform. 2. Arkanoid II - Revenge of DOH 1987 3. Arkanoid Returns (1997) 2. Arkanoid II - Revenge of DOH 2. Ghouls'n Ghosts (1988) 2. Ghouls'n Ghosts (1989) 2. Golden Axe - The Revenge of Death Adder 2. Midnight Resistance (1989) 2. ... Read »


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    • List of arcade video games

    • This is a list of arcade video games organized alphabetically by name. It does not include PC or console games unless they were also released in video arcades. See lists of video games for related lists. ... Read »


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    • List of arcade video games: Not released

    • This is a list of arcade video games organized alphabetically by name. It does not include PC or console games unless they were also released in video arcades. See lists of video games for related lists. ... Read »


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    • List of trackball arcade games

    • This is a list of arcade games that have used a trackball to interact with the game. ... Read »


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    • 2 on 2 Open Ice Challenge

    • 2 on 2 Open Ice Challenge

      2 On 2 Open Ice Challenge is an ice hockey arcade game released by Midway Games in 1995. It was ported to PlayStation in 1996. The game would be similar to its arcade counterpart with exception to the fact that the Winnipeg Jets moved to Phoenix after the conclusion of the 1995-96 season, thus the Phoenix Coyotes repla ... Read »


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    • 3 Count Bout

    • 3 Count Bout

      3 Count Bout, known in Japan as Fire Suplex (ファイヤースープレックス?), is a wrestling arcade game released by SNK in 1993. The game consists of 5 championships with their own stages. The first stage type is a wrestling ring where the opponents can bounce from the e ... Read »


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    • 3-D Thunder Ceptor II

    • 3-D Thunder Ceptor II

      3-D Thunder Ceptor II (3-DサンダーセプターII?, SurÄ«-DÄ« Sandā Seputā TsÅ«) (or just Thunder Ceptor II) is a 3D shooter arcade game, which was released by Namco in 1986. As the name suggests, it is their sequel to Thunder Ceptor (which was released earlier in the year) and it ... Read »


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    • 3DDX

    • 3DDX

      Dance Station 3DDX, usually abbreviated to 3DDX, is a rhythm video game developed by NGG (Next Generation Games) Entertainment, a Korean game producer company established in May 2000. Players of this game use their feet to step on arrows as well as their hands, arms or legs to activate infrared sensors around the stage ... Read »


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    • 4-Player Bowling Alley

    • 4-Player Bowling Alley

      4-Player Bowling Alley is a 4-player, monochrome, ten-pin bowling arcade game released by Midway in 1979. This featured the "Flash" variation with its timing-based scoring scheme. To support this, an external display was used to highlight the appropriate section of the score scheme. ... Read »


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    • 8 Man

    • 8 Man

      8 Man (8マン?) or Eightman (エイトマン, Eitoman?) is a manga and anime superhero created in 1963 by science fiction writer Kazumasa Hirai and manga artist Jiro Kuwata. He is considered Japan's earliest cyborg superhero, predating even Kamen Rider (the same year, Shotaro Ishinomori created Cy ... Read »


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    • 10-Yard Fight

    • 10-Yard Fight

      10-Yard Fight (10ヤードファイト, Ten Yādo Faito?) is a 1983 American football arcade game that was developed and published in Japan by Irem and published in the United States by Taito and in Europe by Electrocoin. It is the first slightly realistic American football video game ever develo ... Read »


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    • 18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker

    • 18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker

      18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker (also known as just 18 Wheeler) is an arcade game developed by Sega AM2 and distributed by Sega. The game was first released in arcades in 2000, then ported to the Dreamcast in 2001. It was later released for the PlayStation 2 in 2001 and Nintendo GameCube in 2002 by Acclaim Entertainme ... Read »


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    • 19XX: The War Against Destiny

    • 19XX: The War Against Destiny

      19XX: The War Against Destiny is a vertical scrolling shooter arcade game released by Capcom in 1996. The story takes place before a fictional war ("19XX") as a lone pilot tries to defeat an entire army/evil organization from starting another World War, which soon escalates to a nuclear apocalypse. This game is the 4t ... Read »


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    • 64th Street: A Detective Story

    • 64th Street: A Detective Story

      64th Street: A Detective Story (64番街 A DETECTIVE STORY?) is a beat 'em up arcade game released by Jaleco in 1991. The story starts out in a typical Double Dragon/Final Fight style setting at 64th Street with two protagonists: Rick (Anderson), a calm and intelligent, 35-year-old professional private detec ... Read »


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    • 1941: Counter Attack

    • 1941: Counter Attack

      1941: Counter Attack is a vertical scrolling shooter arcade game by Capcom, released in February 1990. It was the second sequel to 1942, and the third game in the 19XX series. Later it was released on Capcom Classics Collection Remixed for the PSP and Capcom Classics Collection Vol. 2 for PlayStation 2 and Xbox. It was ... Read »


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    • 1942 (video game)

    • 1942 (video game)

      1942 is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up made by Capcom that was released for the arcade in 1984. It was the first game in the 19XX series. It was followed by 1943: The Battle of Midway. 1942 is set in the Pacific theater of World War II. The goal is to reach Tokyo and destroy the entire Japanese air fleet. The pla ... Read »


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    • 1943 Kai: Midway Kaisen

    • 1943 Kai: Midway Kaisen

      1943: The Battle of Midway (1943 ミッドウェイ海戦, Ichi KyÅ« Yon San: Middouei Kaisen) is a 1987 shoot 'em up arcade game developed and published by Capcom. It was the first followup to Capcom's earlier 1942. The game is set in the Pacific theater of World War II, off the coast of ... Read »


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    • 1943: The Battle of Midway

    • 1943: The Battle of Midway

      1943: The Battle of Midway (1943 ミッドウェイ海戦, Ichi KyÅ« Yon San: Middouei Kaisen?) is a 1987 shoot 'em up arcade game developed and published by Capcom. It was the first followup to Capcom's earlier 1942. The game is set in the Pacific theater of World War II, off the coast o ... Read »


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    • 1944: The Loop Master

    • 1944: The Loop Master

      1944: The Loop Master is a vertical scrolling shooter arcade game made by Capcom in 2000. Unlike previous games, the programming for this arcade was done by a separate company called 8ing/Raizing. The game is the 5th of a series of World War II vertical shooters made by Capcom; the 19XX series. The game takes place in ... Read »


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    • A Jax

    • A Jax

      A Jax (エー・ジャックス?), eventually renamed A-Jax, is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game released by Konami in December 1987. Similar to Contra and its "Gryzor", there was a European release of the game called Typhoon, which is the name used for Imagine Software's ZX Spect ... Read »


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    • A.D. 2083

    • A.D. 2083

      A.D. 2083 is an 8-way scrolling pseudo-3D shoot 'em up arcade game released by Midcoin in 1983, set in 2083. Gameplay is similar to Time Pilot, except that enemies can appear from the ground or 'merge' into battle from the distance. ... Read »


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    • Abobo's Big Adventure


    • Ace Driver

    • Ace Driver

      Ace Driver (エースドライバー, Ēsu Doraibā?) is a 3D racing arcade game released by Namco in 1994; it ran on the company's System 22 hardware, and in the game, players race in their Formula One-based cars on various circuits. It was followed by two sequels: Ace Driver: Victory Lap ( ... Read »


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    • Acrobat Mission

    • Acrobat Mission

      Acrobat Mission is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game released by UPL in 1991, licensed to Taito for manufacture and distribution. It was ported to Super Famicom in 1992. In the year 2100, the Earth's environment is devastated by its inhabitants, who develop their space technology to live on Mars. Bef ... Read »


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    • Acrobatic Dog-Fight

    • Acrobatic Dog-Fight

      Acrobatic Dog-Fight, released in Japan as Dog-Fight, is a multi-directional scrolling shooter released in arcades by Technos in 1984. The graphics and core gameplay are similar to 1982's more popular Time Pilot from Konami. In Acrobatic Dog-Fight the playing field is limited with a ceiling and ground as well as an ult ... Read »


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    • The Act (video game)

    • The Act (video game)

      The Act is an interactive movie arcade video game originally produced by Cecropia in the United States in 2007. The game is a unique interactive cartoon featuring the hand-drawn art of a number of former Disney animators. It was test marketed in selected locations throughout North America in 2006, and it received gener ... Read »


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    • Act-Fancer: Cybernetick Hyper Weapon

    • Act-Fancer: Cybernetick Hyper Weapon

      Act-Fancer: Cybernetick Hyper Weapon (アクトフェンサー?) is a 1989 horizontally scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game developed and published by Data East. It features a cyborg battling against alien creatures, while collecting power-ups and defeating bosses to advance levels. Power-ups B ... Read »


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    • Action Hollywood

    • Action Hollywood

      Action Hollywood is a top-view hack and slash arcade game released by TCH in 1995. Gameplay is similar to "Gauntlet." You can choose to start at a Hollywood shoot set in "Temples of Chaos," "Excaliwood," "Transilvania" or "Galaxy War." ... Read »


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    • The Adventures of Robby Roto!

    • The Adventures of Robby Roto!

      The Adventures of Robby Roto! (Robby Roto for short) is a 1981 arcade game produced by Bally/Midway. It is one of the few games made available to legally download on the official website of MAME, a video game emulator. Robby Roto was unsuccessful, selling less than 2,000 units and much less popular than 1982's Dig Du ... Read »


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    • Aero Fighters

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      Aero Fighters, known as Sonic Wings (ソニックウィングス, Sonikku~uingusu?) in Japan, is a vertical-scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game originally released in 1992 by Video System and ported to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993. It was the first in the Aero Fighters serie ... Read »


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    • Aero Fighters 2

    • Aero Fighters 2

      Aero Fighters 2 (known as Sonic Wings 2 in Japan) is a vertical-scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game released in 1994 by Video System. The game is played with two buttons, with the A button firing projectiles from the plane and the B button launching a special bomb attack which uses a bomb from a limited stock of bo ... Read »


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    • Aero Fighters 3

    • Aero Fighters 3

      Aero Fighters 3 (Sonic Wings 3 in Japan) is a vertical-scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game released in 1995 by Video System. Ten different planes are available for selection by default, some of whom return from previous Aero Fighters games. An additional two secret characters from previous Video System games can be ... Read »


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    • After Burner

    • After Burner

      After Burner (アフターバーナー, Afutā Bānā?) is a 1987 combat flight simulator arcade game designed by Yu Suzuki for Sega AM2. The player flies an F-14 (with moving seat, in some installations) using a specialized joystick. The game spawned several sequels. The game allows ... Read »


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    • After Burner Climax

    • After Burner Climax

      After Burner Climax (アフターバーナー クライマックス?) is a 2006 arcade, combat flight video game developed by Sega AM2 and published by Sega. The game is the sequel to the popular arcade and console After Burner games. The game was first released in arcades i ... Read »


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    • After Burner II

    • After Burner II

      After Burner II is an arcade-style flight game released by Sega in 1987. It is the second game in the After Burner series. In the game, players fly a F-14 Tomcat jet fighter, gunning down enemies while avoiding incoming fire. Like OutRun, another Sega arcade game, After Burner II came in several versions, the most famo ... Read »


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    • After Burner III

    • After Burner III

      After Burner III is a video game released for the FM-Towns home computer in Japan and later ported to the Sega CD in Japan, Europe and North America. It is the third game in the After Burner series, and a port of Strike Fighter, a game released for Japanese arcades, itself a sequel to G-LOC: Air Battle. ... Read »


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    • Aggressors of Dark Kombat

    • Aggressors of Dark Kombat

      Aggressors of Dark Kombat, known in Japan as Tsuukai GANGAN Koushinkyoku (痛快GANGAN行進曲, lit. Thrilling Intense March?) or simply GanGan (gan-gan is a Japanese onomatopoeia for the sound of a large bell or a scolding voice) is a 1994 one-on-one fighting arcade game developed by Alpha Denshi Corp. ... Read »


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    • Ah Eikou No Koshien

    • Ah Eikou No Koshien

      Ah Eikou no Koshien (嗚呼栄光の甲子園?) is a 1991 arcade baseball game by Taito Corporation released. The game is played under normal baseball rules with the exception being that players can charge themselves up to attempt a better hit or pitch. ... Read »


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    • Air Buster

    • Air Buster

      Air Buster is a horizontally scrolling shoot 'em up video game produced by Kaneko and co-distributed by Namco for the arcades in 1990. It was subsequently ported to the PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16 (under the title Aero Blasters) and for the Mega Drive/Genesis in 1991. In Air Buster, the player controls a fighter jet also ... Read »


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    • Air Combat

    • Air Combat

      Air Combat (エアーコンバット, Eā Konbatto?), later known as Ace Combat (エースコンバット, Ēsu Konbatto?) for the Japanese PlayStation versions, is a semi-realistic flight-sim action game released by Namco in Japan in 1992 (and in the United States in ... Read »


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    • Air Combat 22

    • Air Combat 22

      Air Combat 22 (エアーコンバット 22, Eā Konbatto 22?) is a flight simulator arcade game, released by Namco in 1995; it is the arcade sequel to Air Combat in the Ace Combat series, and was named Air Combat "22" because it runs on Namco's Super System 22 hardware. Players can control on ... Read »


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    • Air Duel

    • Air Duel

      Air Duel (エア・デュエル?) is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game released by Irem in 1990. The player selects from a jet fighter or helicopter, shoot enemies in the air and ground, collect power-ups, and defeat bosses to advance levels. The game differs from most others in the ... Read »


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    • Air Gallet

    • Air Gallet

      Air Gallet, released in Japan as Akuu Gallet (アクウギャレット?) is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game developed by Gazelle (one of the offshoots of Toaplan) and released by Banpresto in 1996. It runs on the Cave MK 1 hardware. It features the voice of narrator of Lenne Hard ... Read »


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    • Air Inferno

    • Air Inferno

      Air Inferno is a 1990 flight simulation arcade video game, developed and released by Taito, in Japan, North America, and the United Kingdom. Like its predecessor Top Landing (1988), Air Inferno used flat-shaded, 3D polygon graphics. Both games ran on the Taito Air System hardware, which used 68000 (12 MHz) and Z80 (4 ... Read »


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    • Akai Katana

    • Akai Katana

      Akai Katana (赤い刀, Red Samurai Sword?) is a bullet hell shooter video game developed by CAVE Interactive CO. that was released on August 20, 2010 in arcades. A video game console port, Akai Katana Shin (赤い刀 真?), was released on the Xbox 360 on May 26, 2011 in Japan. Rising Star Games r ... Read »


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    • Akatsuki Blitzkampf

    • Akatsuki Blitzkampf

      Akatsuki Blitzkampf (アカツキ電光戦記, Akatsuki Denkō Senki?) is a Japanese dōjin 2D fighting game, developed by the dōjin circle SUBTLE STYLE for Microsoft Windows. Released on April 30, 2007, the game is a sequel to Akatsuki Shisei Ichigō. The title got a lot of attention i ... Read »


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    • Alien Syndrome

    • Alien Syndrome

      Alien Syndrome (エイリアンシンドローム, Eirian Shindorōmu?) is a run & gun shooter arcade game developed by Sega and released in 1987. Two players control two soldiers, named Ricky and Mary, who fight their way through large eight-way scrolling levels while rescuing t ... Read »


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    • Aliens: Extermination

    • This is a chronological list of games in the Alien, Predator and Alien vs. Predator science fiction horror franchises. There have been thirty-eight officially licensed video games, one trading card game, and one tabletop miniatures game released as tie-ins to the three franchises. The first video game of the Alien fra ... Read »


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    • All American Football

    • All American Football is a 4-player American football arcade game released by Leland in 1989. One of the main differences between it, and its predecessor, John Elway's Team Quarterback is that it was the first (and possibly, only coin-op game to allow users to select from a list of "college" teams in addition to "pro" ... Read »


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    • Alley Master

    • Alley Master

      Alley Master is a Tenpin bowling arcade game released by Cinematronics in 1986. ... Read »


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    • Alligator Hunt

    • Alligator Hunt

      Alligator Hunt is a shoot 'em up arcade game released by Spanish company Gaelco in 1994. Reptilian-looking aliens are invading earth and is up to the bravest soldiers (skateboarding kids!) to stop the invasion and destroy the enemy base. Features gameplay similar to Cabal and Blood Bros.. ... Read »


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    • Alpha Mission

    • Alpha Mission

      Alpha Mission (ASO: Armored Scrum Object in Japan) is a vertical scrolling shooter arcade game created by SNK in 1985. It was later ported to the Famicom in 1986 and released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1987. Alpha Mission is a one-player scrolling shooter game in its segregation of air-to-air and air-to- ... Read »


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    • Alpha Mission II

    • Alpha Mission II

      Alpha Mission II (also known as ASO II: Last Guardian, its Japanese title) is a vertically scrolling full screen shoot 'em up released by SNK Corporation in 1991 for the Neo Geo arcade and home systems. It was later released for the Neo Geo CD in 1994 and for the PlayStation Portable in 2010. The player controls a fig ... Read »


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    • Alpine Racer

    • Alpine Racer

      Alpine Racer (アルペンレーサー?, Arupen Rēsā) is a three-dimensional, Alpine skiing arcade game which was released by Namco in 1994; it features downhill and gate racing with three courses and two play modes (Race and Time Attack). The player stands on a set of ski-like foot stands ... Read »


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    • Alpine Racer 2

    • Alpine Racer 2

      Alpine Racer 2 is a 3D Alpine skiing arcade game released by Namco in 1996. It is the sequel to Alpine Racer. Alpine Racer 2, along with Tetris, was used by Harvard sleep scientist Robert Stickgold to study the relationship between learning and sleep. He found that after playing the game for hours before going to ... Read »


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    • Alpine Ski

    • Alpine skiing, or downhill skiing, is the sport or recreation of sliding down snow-covered hills on skis with fixed-heel bindings. It is characterized by the requirement for mechanical assistance getting to the top of the hill, since the equipment does not allow efficient walking or hiking, unlike cross-country skis wh ... Read »


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    • The Amazing Adventures of Mr. F. Lea

    • The Amazing Adventures of Mr. F. Lea

      Mr. F. Lea is an arcade game that was released by Pacific Novelty in 1982. It is a 4-in-1 game that borrows gameplay elements from Donkey Kong, Frogger, and Jungle Hunt, and includes a fourth game where Mr. F. Lea runs up a hill, jumping over pits and bursting balloons. ... Read »


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    • The Amazing Maze Game

    • The Amazing Maze Game

      The Amazing Maze Game is an arcade game developed by Midway, released in 1976. The object of the game is for the player to find their way out of a challenging maze before their opponent. Users can play as single player and compete against the computer or play against a friend in two player mode. ... Read »


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    • American Horseshoes

    • American Horseshoes

      American Horseshoes is a 1 to 4 player "horseshoes" arcade game released by Taito in 1990. Each player can choose from one of four characters: Lucky Lou, Diamond Dave, Tossin' Tom and Mayhem Mary. There are two pitches in each inning. Players may select grip and throwing angle prior to each pitch. The rolling of the tr ... Read »


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    • American Speedway

    • American Speedway

      American Speedway is a top-view racing arcade game released by Enerdyne Technologies in 1987. It features small cars that race around tracks with bends, with time-limits and power-ups. ... Read »


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    • AmeriDarts

    • AmeriDarts

      AmeriDarts is a darts arcade game released by Ameri in 1989. There are five different game variations: ... Read »


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    • Amidar

    • Amidar

      Amidar is an arcade game programmed by Konami and published in 1981 by Stern. Its basic format is similar to that of Pac-Man: the player moves around a fixed rectilinear lattice, attempting to visit each location on the board while avoiding the enemies. When each spot has been visited, the player moves to the next leve ... Read »


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    • Amusement with prize

    • Amusement with prize, or amusement with prizes, plural (AWP) are slot machines that provide some level of player interaction. They do not, however, depend on the skill of the player; machines that depend on player skill are called skill with prize (SWP) machines. Both of these terms are trade terms, and such machines a ... Read »


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    • Anteater (video game)

    • Anteater (video game)

      Anteater ("The Anteater" in Britain; "Ameisenbär" in Germany) is an arcade game designed by Chris Oberth and released in 1982 by Tago Electronics. Though the arcade game was not a hit, it spawned a number of direct clones for home computers, some of which became better known than the original. The player contro ... Read »


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    • Anti-Aircraft (video game)

    • Anti-Aircraft (video game)

      Anti-Aircraft is a two-player arcade game by Atari, Inc, originally released in 1975. The game is sometimes referred to as Anti-Aircraft II, denoting the two-player aspect of the game. The game is housed in a custom cabinet that includes two sets (one set per player) of three control buttons (up, down, and fire). ... Read »


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    • Apache 3

    • Apache 3 is a 3D scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game released by Tatsumi (and Data East in North America) in 1988. Players control a yellow AH-64 Apache helicopter with weapons and shoot everything in the air and on the ground. ... Read »


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    • Aqua Jack

    • Aqua Jack

      Aqua Jack (also released as Aquattack) is a 3D shoot 'em up arcade game released by Taito in 1989. A hovercraft is piloted over water and land while dodging bullets and avoiding objects by shooting or jumping over them. Enemies are shot in the air and on water or land to advance levels. The game has eight levels. ... Read »


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    • Aquapazza: Aquaplus Dream Match

    • Aquapazza: Aquaplus Dream Match

      Aquapazza: Aquaplus Dream Match (アクアパッツァ アクアプラスドリームマッチ?) is a 2011 2D arcade fighting game developed by Examu. It is a joint collaboration between Aquaplus and Leaf, who developed all the titles and featured characters. ... Read »


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    • Aquarium (video game)

    • Aquarium (video game)

      Aquarium is a Tetris variant puzzle arcade game released by Excellent System in 1996 in Japan only. Play consists of matching three fish shapes rows to make them disappear. ... Read »


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    • Arabian (video game)

    • Arabian (video game)

      Arabian (アラビアン?) is a platform arcade game created in 1983 by Sun Electronics and published by Atari Inc. The player assumes the role of an adventurous Arabian prince whose goal is to rescue the princess from her palace. During his quest, the prince will sail seas, crawl through caves, and fly ... Read »


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    • Arabian Fight

    • Arabian Fight

      Arabian Fight (アラビアンファイト?) is a scrolling beat 'em up arcade game released by Sega in 1992 (Though the on screen copyright year was 1991 when the game was conceived and produced before its release). Unlike many of Sega's arcade titles the game was never ported to a home cons ... Read »


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    • Arabian Magic

    • Arabian Magic

      Arabian Magic (アラビアンマジック?) is a horizontally scrolling hack and slash arcade game developed and released by Taito in 1992. It was also released with Taito Legends 2 for PC, PlayStation 2 and Xbox. Arabian Magic has seven different stages, each with one of the powerful g ... Read »


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    • Arbalester

    • Arbalester

      Arbalester is a scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game released by SETA in 1989, licensed to Taito and Romstar. The player controls a fighter jet and shoots enemies in the air and on the ground, collects power-ups, and defeats bosses to advance levels. ... Read »


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    • Arcade Archives

    • Arcade Archives (アーケードアーカイブス, Ākēdo Ākaibusu?) is a series of emulated Arcade machine game titles from the 1980s and 1990s for Sony's PlayStation 4, Microsoft's Xbox One, and Windows 10, published by Hamster Corporation. The emulator for all games is devel ... Read »


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    • Arcade Game Series

    • Arcade Game Series (アーケードゲームシリーズ, Ākēdo Gēmu ShirÄ«zu) is a series of downloadable Namco arcade games by Bandai Namco Games for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam. A retail disc containing three of the Arcade Game Series games (Pac-Man, Galaga, ... Read »


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    • Arcana Heart

    • Arcana Heart

      Arcana Heart (アルカナハート, Arukana Hāto?) is a 2D arcade fighting game series developed by Examu Inc. (formerly ). The first edition was released to arcades (mostly in Japan, but a few in other countries) in late 2006. The games feature an original all-female cast, and after choosing a ... Read »


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    • Arcana Heart 3

    • Arcana Heart 3

      Arcana Heart 3 (Japanese: アルカナハート3, Hepburn: Arukana Hāto SurÄ«?) is a 2009 2D arcade fighting game developed by Examu (formerly ) and published by Arc System Works. It is the third entry in the Arcana Heart series, following the events of Arcana Heart 2. The game went through l ... Read »


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    • Arch Rivals

    • Arch Rivals

      Arch Rivals is a basketball arcade game released by Midway in 1989. Billed by Midway as "A Basket Brawl", the game features two-on-two full court basketball games in which players are encouraged to punch opposing players and steal the ball from them. Arch Rivals allows players to select from a variety of fictional tea ... Read »


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    • Arctic Thunder

    • Arctic Thunder

      Arctic Thunder is a snowmobile racing game developed by Midway Games released as an arcade game as well as on Sony PlayStation 2 and Xbox consoles, being a launch title for the latter. In the arcade version of the game, jets blow cold or hot winds, depending on the setting, in the player's face while he or she plays th ... Read »


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    • Argus (video game)

    • Argus (video game)

      Argus (アーガス, Āgasu) is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game released by NMK in 1986, licensed to Jaleco. One controls a fighter jet and shoot enemies in the air and on the ground, collect power-ups, and defeat bosses to advance levels. One button is used to shoot missiles and the other ... Read »


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    • Ark Area

    • Ark Area

      Ark Area is a scrolling futuristic shoot 'em up arcade game released by UPL in 1987 in Japan only. You control a spacecraft and shoot enemies, collect power-ups, and defeat bosses to advance up to 23 levels. It is the sequel to the video arcade game Nova 2001. ... Read »


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    • Arkanoid

    • Arkanoid

      Taito Arkanoid (アルカノイド, Arukanoido?) is an arcade game developed by Taito in 1986. It expanded upon Atari's Breakout games of the 1970s by adding power-ups, different types of bricks, a variety of level layouts, and visual layering and depth. The title refers to a doomed "mothership" from ... Read »


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    • Arkanoid Returns

    • Arkanoid Returns

      Arkanoid Returns is an arcade game released by Taito Corporation in February 1997 as part of the Arkanoid series. It was the fourth overall, and third to be released in arcades. The game was quickly ported to the PlayStation, with an updated home release being released afterwards titled Arkanoid R 2000. Although the ga ... Read »


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    • Arkanoid: Revenge of Doh

    • Arkanoid: Revenge of Doh

      Arkanoid - Revenge of Doh (a.k.a. Arkanoid 2) is an arcade game released by Taito Corporation in 1987 as a sequel to Arkanoid. The mysterious enemy known as DOH has returned to seek vengeance on the Vaus space vessel. The player must once again take control of the Vaus (paddle) and overcome many challenges in order to ... Read »


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    • Arlington Horse Racing

    • Arlington Horse Racing

      Arlington Horse Racing is a horse racing arcade game released by Strata / Incredible Technologies in 1990, based on the Arlington Park race track. The player inserts coins into the slots, and then bet on the horses. When he is finished betting, press the start race button to see the horse run the track. The game then ... Read »


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    • Arm Wrestling (video game)

    • Arm Wrestling (video game)

      Arm Wrestling is a 1985 arcade game developed by Nintendo and released only in North America, and is a spin-off of the Punch-Out!! series. Since it was created by the same development team that made the Punch-Out!! series, Arm Wrestling features many of the same features, such as a dual-monitor system and quirky comput ... Read »


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    • Armed Police Unit Gallop

    • Armed Police Unit Gallop

      Armed Police Unit Gallop (アームドポリスユニットギャロップ, Āmudo Porisu Yunitto Gyaroppu) (a.k.a. Cosmic Cop) is a side scrolling shoot-em-up arcade game produced by Irem in 1991. It is part of the popular R-Type video game series. Taking place co ... Read »


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    • Armored Car (video game)

    • Armored Car (video game)

      Armored Car is an overhead view maze arcade game released by Stern Electronics in 1981. You drive a money van (the armoured car) through as it scrolls from right to left. Some intersections are marked with directions. You pick up money to deliver to banks while avoiding criminals by dropping saw horses on the road. Fue ... Read »


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    • Armored Warriors

    • Armored Warriors

      Armored Warriors, known in Japan as Powered Gear - Strategic Variant Armor Equipment (パワード ギア: ストラテジック ヴァリアント アーマー イクイプメント?), is a 1994 mech ... Read »


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    • Art of Fighting

    • Art of Fighting

      Art of Fighting (Japanese: 龍虎の拳, Hepburn: RyÅ«ko no Ken?, lit. "Fist of Dragon and Tiger") is a video game trilogy in the genre of competitive fighting game titles that were released for the Neo Geo platform in the early 1990s. It was the second fighting game franchise created by SNK, following th ... Read »


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    • Asterix (arcade game)


    • Asteroids (video game)

    • Asteroids (video game)

      Asteroids is an arcade space shooter released in November 1979 by Atari, Inc. and designed by Lyle Rains, Ed Logg, and Dominic Walsh. The player controls a spaceship in an asteroid field which is periodically traversed by flying saucers. The object of the game is to shoot and destroy asteroids and saucers while not col ... Read »


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    • Asteroids Deluxe

    • Asteroids Deluxe is an arcade game released in May 1981 by Atari Inc. and is the sequel to Asteroids. It was followed by Space Duel in 1982 and Blasteroids in 1987. Key changes in Asteroids Deluxe were designed to combat the saucer-hunting strategy of Asteroids, which allowed experts to play for extended periods. The g ... Read »


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    • Astra Super Stars

    • Astra Super Stars

      Astra Super Stars (アストラスーパースターズ?) is a 1998 2D versus fighting arcade game illustrated and designed by SANTACLAUS, developed and published by Sunsoft, and distributed by Tecmo exclusively in Japan on June 6, 1998. It is Sunsoft's fourth fighting game after the ... Read »


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    • Astro Chase

    • Astro Chase

      Astro Chase is a scrolling shoot 'em up game originally released by First Star Software in 1982 for the Atari 8-bit family. The company later licensed certain platform rights to Parker Brothers for release on several home computers, and to Exidy for use with their Max-A-Flex arcade cabinet. Gameplay takes place on a 2 ... Read »


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    • Astro Fantasia

    • Astro Fantasia

      Astro Fantasia is a fixed shooter arcade game that was released by Data East in 1981. The player gets to pilot a single fighter spaceship against an armada of enemies. There are two different play screens that alternate: ... Read »


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    • Astro Fighter

    • Astro Fighter

      Astro Fighter is a two-dimensional, space shoot 'em up arcade game released in 1980. It was developed and published by Data East in Japan and was published outside Japan by Gremlin/Sega. The game of Astro Fighter consists of 4 waves and a refueling stage, which are then repeated with increasingly higher difficulty ... Read »


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    • Astro Invader

    • Astro Invader

      Astro Invader, originally released in Japan as Kamikaze (カミカゼ, Kamikaze?), is an arcade game developed by Konami, and the first arcade game released by Stern Electronics. Astro Invader was ported to the Emerson Arcadia 2001 in 1982. The player controls a small spaceship is at the bottom of the ... Read »


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    • The Astyanax

    • The Astyanax, known in Japan as The Lord of King (ザ・ロード・オブ・キング), is a side-scrolling action game developed by Aicom released for the arcades by Jaleco. A home version for the Nintendo Entertainment System, simply titled Astyanax, was released during the same t ... Read »


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    • Asura Blade: Sword of Dynasty

    • Asura Blade: Sword of Dynasty

      Asura Blade: Sword of Dynasty (アシュラブレード?) is a 1998 one-on-one fighting arcade game developed and published by Fuuki. The game series had served as Fuuki's first attempt in the fighting game genre, and as a part of their own brief stint at arcade game manufacturing. It was soon f ... Read »


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    • Asura Buster: Eternal Warriors

    • Asura Buster: Eternal Warriors

      Asura Buster - Eternal Warriors (アシュラバスター -エターナルウォーリアーズ-?) is a 2000 one-on-one fighting arcade game developed and published by Fuuki. It is the sequel to the 1998 arcade game Asura Blade: Sword of Dynasty. The game ... Read »


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    • Ataxx

    • Ataxx

      Ataxx (also known by such names as Infection, SlimeWars and Frog Cloning) is a board game that first appeared in 1990 as an arcade video game by The Leland Corporation. It also appeared in 1990 as the video game Spot and later as the Microscope Puzzle from the 1993 CD-ROM game The 7th Guest. The game was invented by Da ... Read »


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    • Athena (video game)

    • Athena (video game)

      SNK Athena (アテナ, Atena?) is a platform arcade game, produced and published in 1986 by SNK. It was later ported to the NES, developed by Micronics. Conversions were done also for the ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64 and Amstrad CPC in 1987 by Ocean Software under their Imagine label. However, only the NES versi ... Read »


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    • Atomic Robo-Kid

    • Atomic Robo-Kid

      Atomic Robo-Kid (アトミック・ロボキッド?) is a horizontally scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game released by UPL in 1988. In the 21st century, a blast of cosmic radiation bombarded Terra-12, a deep-space outpost of Earth, hideously mutating all transplanted life. A fleet o ... Read »


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    • Attack of the Zolgear

    • Attack of the Zolgear

      Attack of the Zolgear (also known as Galaxian3: Attack of the Zolgear) is an arcade game for one to six players released by Namco. It is a sequel to Galaxian 3. This game used two LaserDisc players simultaneously for the outer space background, while computer generated graphics were overlaid on top. Attack of the Zolg ... Read »


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    • Aurail

    • Aurail

      Aurail is a scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game developed by Westone and released by Sega in 1990. The player pilots a tank mecha and shoot enemies (fire in 8 directions), collect power-ups to increase shields and operate the remote attack drone, and defeat bosses to advance levels. Features tunnel levels with a first- ... Read »


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    • Avalanche (video game)

    • Avalanche (video game)

      Avalanche is an arcade game designed by Dennis Koble and released by Atari Inc. in 1978. The object is to catch falling rocks with a controllable set of paddles that diminish in number and size as the rocks fall faster and faster. The concept gained a much wider audience after Activision released an unauthorized adapta ... Read »


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    • Avengers (video game)

    • Avengers (video game)

      Avengers, sometimes known as Avenger, and known in Japan as Hissatsu Buraiken (必殺 無頼拳?, lit. "Deadly Ruffian Fist"), is a 1987 overhead-view vertically scrolling beat 'em up arcade game developed and published by Capcom. The game was directed by Takashi Nishiyama, who later co-planned the origi ... Read »


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    • Avengers in Galactic Storm

    • Avengers in Galactic Storm

      Avengers in Galactic Storm (アベンジャーズ・イン・ギャラクティックストーム?) is a 1995 fighting arcade game developed and published by Data East. It features a single or two-player story mode or multiplayer head-to-head mode, an ... Read »


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    • Avenging Spirit

    • Avenging Spirit

      Avenging Spirit, known in Japan as Phantasm (ファンタズム?), is a 1991 2-player platform arcade game developed by C.P. Brain and published by Jaleco. During a walk with his girlfriend, the player is ambushed by agents of a mysterious crime syndicate who take his girlfriend away and shoot hi ... Read »


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    • Aztarac

    • Aztarac

      Aztarac is a scrolling shooter arcade game using vector graphics that was released by Centuri in 1983. It was developed by Tim Stryker. The player is the commander of an intergalactic race of mutant humans. Their mode of transport is a tank and its turret is controlled independently. This allows the player to move ... Read »


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    • Azumanga Puzzle Daioh

    • Azumanga Puzzle Daioh

      Azumanga Daioh (Japanese: あずまんが大王, Hepburn: Azumanga Daiō, lit. "Great King Azumanga") is a Japanese yonkoma comedy manga series written and illustrated by Kiyohiko Azuma, which was serialized in MediaWorks' Dengeki Daioh magazine between 1999 and 2002. Three additional chapters we ... Read »


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    • Azurian Attack

    • Azurian Attack

      Azurian Attack is a fixed shooter arcade game released by Rait Electronics in 1982. The game features similar graphics and sounds to Galaxian except your fighter can move in 8 directions. The game was programmed in-house by Rait Electronics who were based in Christchurch, New Zealand and the game code runs on a modifie ... Read »


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    • B-Wings

    • B-Wings

      B-Wings (Bウィング, B-Uingu?) is a vertically scrolling shooter first released as an arcade game by Data East in 1984. The game was ported in 1986 to the Japanese version of the Nintendo Entertainment System, known locally as Famicom. It was Data East's very first home release for this platform. ... Read »


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    • B.C. Story

    • B.C. Story

      B.C. Story is a sports arcade game released by SemiCom in 1997. In the game, one can select from caveman characters Sonlo, Milo or Ballo and engage in "B.C" sports events such as running and climbing. ... Read »


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    • Back Street Soccer

    • Back Street Soccer

      Back Street Soccer is a Korean street soccer arcade game released by SunA in 1996. One of 14 international teams can be selected. The game is played on the street with a 'street fighter' element to the soccer. ... Read »


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    • Backfire!

    • Backfire! is a 3D rally racing arcade game released by Data East in 1995. Players can choose between 2 fictitious rally cars, "Farco R4 Cup" or "Andula 2.0", and race through 6 stages. It is also possible to play one against another on a split screen. ... Read »


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    • Bad Dudes Vs. DragonNinja

    • Bad Dudes Vs. DragonNinja

      Bad Dudes Vs DragonNinja, also called Bad Dudes Vs. Dragon Ninja, often referred to simply as Bad Dudes, and known in Japan simply as DragonNinja (ドラゴンニンジャ?), is a 1988 arcade game developed and published by Data East. It was also ported to many computer and game console home sys ... Read »


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    • Badlands (video game)


    • Bagman (video game)

    • Bagman is a platform arcade game released by Valadon Automation in 1982. It was licensed to Stern for U.S. distribution the same year. In France, the game is titled Le Bagnard. Bagman was followed-up with Super Bagman in 1984. The objective of the game is to maneuver the bagman through various mine shafts, picking ... Read »


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    • Ballistics (video game)

    • Ballistics (video game)

      Ballistics is a futuristic racing computer game developed by Grin and published by Xicat Interactive in 2001. Grin developed an arcade version of the game, released in 2002 featuring a unique reclined seating position cabinet by Triotech. Players race across seven different tracks in various leagues against other compe ... Read »


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    • Balloon Bomber

    • Balloon Bomber is a shoot 'em up arcade game released by Taito in 1980. You control a shooter that moves left and right and shoots balloons that drop bombs at you. If the bomb misses you, it makes a crater at which point you cannot move past, thereby limiting your movement to avoid bombs. This game was re-released on ... Read »


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    • Balloon Brothers

    • Balloon Brothers is a two-player Tetris-type arcade game released by East Technology in 1992. Different colored balloons in different shapes float to the top (instead of falling). Completing a full row across will make that row disappear. While it can be hard to find a working machine in a museum today, since arcade m ... Read »


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    • Balloon Fight

    • Balloon Fight

      Balloon Fight (バルーンファイト, BarÅ«n Faito?) is an action video game developed by Nintendo. The original arcade version was released for the Nintendo VS. System as Vs. Balloon Fight, and its Nintendo Entertainment System counterpart was internationally released in 1986. The gameplay ... Read »


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    • Baluba-Louk No Densetsu

    • Baluba-Louk No Densetsu

      Baluba-Louk No Densetsu (バルバルークの伝説, BarubarÅ«ku no Densetsu, lit. "Legend of Baluba-Louk") is a platform arcade game released by Able in 1986. An explorer must get all the treasure chests while avoiding the monsters. ... Read »


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    • Bang Bang Ball

    • Bang Bang Ball is an arcade game released by Banpresto in 1996. Skateboarding mice must throw coloured balls against clusters of moving balls, while avoiding being hit by any of the balls. A thrown ball hitting one or more balls of the same colour causes them to disappear. Special balls have special effects such as exp ... Read »


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    • Baraduke

    • Baraduke

      Baraduke (バラデューク, BaradyÅ«ku?), also known as Alien Sector, is a scrolling shooter arcade game originally released by Namco in 1985. The gameplay system is similar to the Metroid series of games. The player takes control of a spacewoman in a biohazard suit, Player 1 is Kissy and Pla ... Read »


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    • Barricade (video game)

    • Barricade (video game)

      Barricade is a clone of Blockade released by RamTeK in 1976. ... Read »


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    • Barrier (video game)

    • Barrier is a maze arcade game using vector graphics released by Vectorbeam in 1979. In this very basic game, players move a small triangle around on the grid, while attempting to avoid the diamonds that are also moving around on the grid. Reaching the end of the grid teleports the player back to the front of the grid t ... Read »


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    • Baseball Stars

    • Baseball Stars

      Baseball Stars, released in Japan as Baseball Star Mezase Sankan Ō (ベースボールスター めざせ三冠王, Bēsubōru Sutā Mezase Sankan Ō?, lit. "Baseball Stars Triple Crown"), is a baseball video game developed by SNK. It was released first as a 2-pla ... Read »


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    • Baseball Stars 2

    • Baseball Stars 2

      Baseball Stars 2 (ベースボールスター2, Bēsubōru Sutā 2?) is a 2-player baseball sports arcade game released by SNK in 1992 for the Neo-Geo console. A less detailed console version was released for the NES by Romstar the same year. The Neo-Geo version was released for Virtua ... Read »


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    • Baseball Stars Professional

    • Baseball Stars Professional

      Baseball Stars Professional (ベースボールスターズプロフェッショナル, Bēsubōru Sutā Purofesshonaru?) is a 2-player baseball sports arcade game released by SNK Corporation for the Neo Geo in 1990. Famicom TsÅ«shin scored the Neo G ... Read »


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    • Baseball The Season II

    • Baseball The Season II

      Baseball The Season II is a 2-player baseball arcade game released by Cinematronics in 1987. ... Read »


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    • Bases Loaded (video game)

    • Bases Loaded (video game)

      Bases Loaded, known in Japan as Moero!! Pro Yakyuu (燃えろ!!プロ野球, lit. "Burn!! Pro Baseball"?), is a baseball video game by Jaleco that was originally released in Japan for the arcades. A version for the Nintendo Entertainment System was released in 1987 in Japan and in 1988 in North Ame ... Read »


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    • Batman Forever: The Arcade Game

    • Batman Forever: The Arcade Game

      Batman Forever: The Arcade Game is a beat 'em up video game based on the movie Batman Forever. The subtitle is used to differentiate it from Batman Forever, another beat 'em up published by Acclaim at around the same time. One or two players, playing as Batman and Robin, fight Two-Face, the Riddler, and numerous henchm ... Read »


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    • Batsugun

    • Batsugun

      Yuko Tataka Batsugun (バツグン, Batsugun?) is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up video game created by the now-defunct Japanese game developer Toaplan. The title translates to "exceptional" or "extraordinary". Originally developed for the arcade, Batsugun was first released in 1993. A second edition ... Read »


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    • Battlantis

    • Battlantis is a fixed shooter arcade game released by Konami in 1987. Battlantis is a portmanteau of "Battle of Atlantis". In Battlantis, players take control of Cripeuss III and attempt to defeat Asmodeus and the monsters invading his castle. Enemy formations are similar to those in Space Invaders and Galaga, with som ... Read »


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    • Battle Arena Toshinden 2

    • Battle Arena Toshinden 2

      Battle Arena Toshinden 2 is a weapon based 3D fighting game developed by Tamsoft. It was released for the arcades by Capcom, followed by ports to the PlayStation and PC. It is the sequel to Battle Arena Toshinden, and was a departure in that it was developed for the arcades first, whereas the original had been console ... Read »


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    • Battle Bakraid

    • Battle Bakraid

      Battle Bakraid (バトルバクレイド, Batoru Bakureido?) is a vertical scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game by Eighting released in 1999. It is the sequel to the 1996 arcade game Battle Garegga. Players control one of nine fighter jets and shoot enemies, collect power-ups, and defeat bosses to ... Read »


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    • Battle Blaze

    • Battle Blaze

      Battle Blaze (バトルブレイズ?) is a 1992 medieval fighting game released for the Arcade and Super Nintendo Entertainment System by Sammy Studios. Players use swords, morningstars, knives, and other weapons to beat up their opponents. The player can either play in a colosseum or on a quest. T ... Read »


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    • Battle Fantasia


    • Battle Garegga

    • Battle Garegga

      Battle Garegga (バトルガレッガ, Batoru Garegga?) is a vertically scrolling shoot'em up arcade game developed by Raizing and published by Eighting in 1996 and later ported to the Sega Saturn in 1998. It was followed by a sequel titled Battle Bakraid in 1999. In September 2016, M2 announced th ... Read »


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    • Battle Gear 3

    • Battle Gear 3

      Battle Gear 3 (バトル・ギア3?, Batoru Gia SurÄ«) is a 2002 arcade online racing game released by Taito and based on real Japanese locations such as Hakone and touge races on board tuned sports cars licensed by famous Japanese makers including Nissan, Toyota and Mazda. On December 15, 2003, Tai ... Read »


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    • Battle Gear 4

    • Battle Gear 4 is an arcade racing game by Taito Corporation released in July 2005. It is the fifth product of the Battle Gear series. In 2006 the cabinets have then been updated to the Battle Gear 4 Tuned specification, which contains more cars, courses, and a new game mode. The game runs on the Taito Type X mothe ... Read »


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    • Battle K-Road

    • Battle K-Road

      Battle K-Road (バトルクロード?) is a one-on-one fighting arcade game released by Psikyo in 1994. The game focuses mostly on reality fighting than fictional. At the start of the game in 1P mode, the player will face against the other fighter that uses the same fighting style as the one t ... Read »


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    • Battle of Atlantis

    • Battle of Atlantis

      Battle of Atlantis is a scrolling shooter arcade game released by Game World Manufacturing / Comsoft in 1981, similar to "Scramble". It was designed and programmed by Andy Thomason. The mission of the game is to finish the six tables (levels) by shooting enemies. Through all six tables, build up your bonus by blowing- ... Read »


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    • Battle Shark

    • Battle Shark (バトルシャーク) is a first person shoot 'em up arcade game released in 1989 by Taito. The player looks through a submarine periscope in order to destroy enemies, featuring simulated damage whenever the player gets hit by either an enemy torpedo or a missile. The player starts ... Read »


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    • Battle Tryst

    • Battle Tryst

      Battle Tryst (バトルトライスト?) is a 1998 3D fighting arcade game developed and published by Konami. It is Konami's second attempt in the 3D arcade fighting game market after their 1997 3D arcade fighting game Fighting Bujutsu. It is powered by the Konami M2 Hardware, which is Konami's ... Read »


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    • The Battle-Road

    • The Battle-Road

      The Battle-Road is a vertical scrolling shooter racing arcade game released by Irem in 1984. The game was an early open-ended vehicle combat game that featured branching paths and up to 32 possible routes. The player controls a car that is armed with two different types of guns (frontal and side), and drives for a roa ... Read »


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    • BattleTech Centers

    • Battletech Centers are commercial virtual entertainment venues that feature multiplayer virtual combat in the fictional BattleTech universe. The games are played in fully enclosed cockpits with multiple screens, joysticks, and rudder pedals. The centers were initially created and operated by Virtual World Entertainment ... Read »


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    • Battletoads Arcade

    • Battletoads Arcade

      Battletoads Arcade, also known as Super Battletoads in Japan or just Battletoads, is a 1994 scrolling beat 'em up arcade game in the Battletoads series developed by Rare and published by Electronic Arts. Up to three players, as the Battletoads, brawl aliens and mutant rodents through six levels to save the universe fro ... Read »


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    • Beach Head 2000

    • Beach Head 2000

      Beach Head 2000 is a first-person shooter game developed by Digital Fusion. It was originally released by WizardWorks for Microsoft Windows and MacSoft for Mac OS as a "value-priced" release. A loose remake of the 1983 computer game Beach Head, it shared a similar premise, as players defend a beach against attack utili ... Read »


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    • Beach Head 2002

    • Beach Head 2002 is a war game in which the player controls the defenses in a bunker to hold off an enemy assault. Taking control of the defenses of a bunker during an assault, the player utilises a variety of weapons to defeat their enemies, including airstrikes and other military equipment. Enemies arrive in stag ... Read »


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    • Beam Invader

    • Beam Invader

      Beam Invader is a shoot 'em up arcade game released in 1979 by Tekunon Kougyou. It is one of several clones of Space Invaders which was released the previous year. Unlike the original game, this game uses a paddle as the movement control device rather than a joystick or left/right buttons. ... Read »


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    • Beast Busters

    • Beast Busters

      Beast Busters is a rail shooter arcade game released by SNK in 1989 and ported to the Commodore Amiga and the Atari ST in 1990. This was the final arcade game released by SNK prior to the Neo Geo. In the game, players control one of three militiamen named Johnny Justice, Paul Patriot and Sammy Stately, who must s ... Read »


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    • Beatmania

    • Beatmania

      Beatmania (ビートマニア?) (styled as beatmania) was a rhythm video game developed and distributed by Japanese game developer Konami and first released in December 1997. It contributed largely to the boom of music games in 1998, and the series expanded not only with arcade sequels, but also moved ... Read »


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    • Beatmania IIDX (video game)

    • beatmania IIDX was the first version of the game. It included three play modes: 7-keys, 5-keys (where the keys numbered 6 and 7 were played automatically), and 4-keys (where the three black keys were played automatically). ... Read »


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    • Beatmania IIDX 2nd Style

    • Beatmania IIDX 2nd Style

      beatmania IIDX 2nd Style saw the introduction of Battle Mode, Double (14-key) mode, and Hi-Speed settings. ... Read »


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    • Beatmania IIDX 3rd Style

    • Beatmania IIDX 3rd Style

      beatmania IIDX 3rd Style removed the 4-keys mode from the game and replaced it with a Light7 difficulty. This gave most songs a completely separate, easier notechart. In addition, 3rd Style introduced Free Mode and Extra Stage. beatmania IIDX 3rd Style: The first of the PlayStation 2 games in the IIDX series. This com ... Read »


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    • Beatmania IIDX 4th Style

    • Beatmania IIDX 4th Style

      Arcade: PlayStation 2: beatmania IIDX 4th Style is the fifth version of the beatmania IIDX series. beatmania IIDX 4th Style: Direct port of the arcade version, plus preview songs from 5th Style, as well as new songs, and two revivals from previous versions. ... Read »


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    • Beatmania IIDX 5th Style

    • Beatmania IIDX 5th Style

      beatmania IIDX 5th Style is the fifth game in the beatmania IIDX series of music video games. It was released in arcades by Konami in 2001. The game features 35 new songs, five of which are hidden. New features introduced in this version are auto-scratch (allows the player to focus on the 7 keys instead of the turntabl ... Read »


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    • Beatmania IIDX 6th Style

    • Beatmania IIDX 6th Style

      Beatmania IIDX 6th Style is the sixth game in the beatmania IIDX series of music video games. It was released in arcades by Konami in 2001. The game features 40 new songs. 6th Style introduced new features such as letter grades (ranging from F to AAA) and the new Hard Mode (which removes the usual 80% lifebar requireme ... Read »


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    • Beatmania IIDX 7th Style

    • Beatmania IIDX 7th Style

      beatmania IIDX 7th Style is the seventh game in the beatmania IIDX series of music video games. It was released in arcades by Konami in March 2002. Core gameplay remained the same on 7th Style. 5-key mode has been changed from a difficulty to its own modifier, allowing it to be used on any difficulty level as with nor ... Read »


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    • Beatmania IIDX 8th Style

    • Beatmania IIDX 8th Style

      beatmania IIDX 8th Style is a 2002 arcade game released by Konami. A PlayStation 2 version was released in 2004. This is the complete list of new songs from the arcade version of Beatmania IIDX 8th Style. Songs highlighted in green need to be unlocked. The Extra Stage is "桜", while the One More Extra Stage is "xe ... Read »


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    • Beatmania IIDX 9th Style

    • Beatmania IIDX 9th Style

      Beatmania IIDX 9th Style is the ninth game in the beatmania IIDX series of music video games. It was released in arcades by Konami in 2003. The game features over 50 new songs, some of which can be unlocked using Konami's e-Amusement platform - which made its official debut on 9th Style. The interface used by 9th Styl ... Read »


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    • Beatmania IIDX 10th Style

    • Beatmania IIDX 10th Style

      beatmania IIDX 10th Style is the tenth game in the beatmania IIDX series of music video games. It was released in arcades by Konami in early 2004. Core gameplay remains the same on 10th Style. The previous flashing 7 difficulty level was replaced with a difficulty level of 8. In addition, an animated particle effe ... Read »


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    • Beatmania IIDX 11 IIDXRED

    • Beatmania IIDX 11 IIDXRED

      Beatmania IIDX11: IIDXRED (with RED standing for "Revolutionary Energetic Diversification") is the 11th game in the beatmania IIDX series of music video games. It was released in arcades by Konami in 2004. The game features many new songs, some of which are unlocked over Konami's e-Amusement platform. As suggested by t ... Read »


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    • Beatmania IIDX 12: Happy Sky

    • Beatmania IIDX 12: Happy Sky

      Beatmania IIDX 12: Happy Sky (stylized as beatmania IIDX12: HAPPY SKY) is the 12th game in the beatmania IIDX series of music video games. It was released in arcades by Konami on July 13, 2005. The game features over 45 new songs, some of which are unlocked over Konami's e-Amusement platform. Happy Sky introduced sever ... Read »


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    • Beatmania IIDX 13: Distorted

    • Beatmania IIDX 13: Distorted

      Beatmania IIDX 13: Distorted (stylized as beatmania IIDX13: DistorteD) is the 13th game in the beatmania IIDX series of music video games. It was released in arcades by Konami on March 15, 2006. The game features a total of 55 new songs, some of which are unlocked over Konami's e-Amusement platform. Distorted's interfa ... Read »


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    • Beatmania IIDX 14: Gold

    • Beatmania IIDX 14: Gold

      Beatmania IIDX 14: Gold (stylized as beatmania IIDX14: GOLD) is the 14th game in the beatmania IIDX series of music video games. It was released in arcades by Konami on February 21, 2007. The game features over 45 new songs, some of which are unlocked over Konami's e-Amusement platform. The game instituted another hard ... Read »


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    • Beatmania IIDX 15: DJ Troopers

    • Beatmania IIDX 15: DJ Troopers

      Beatmania IIDX 15: DJ Troopers is the 15th game in the beatmania IIDX series of music video games. It was released in arcades by Konami on December 19, 2007, and a version for the PlayStation 2 was released on December 18, 2008. The game features over 50 new songs, some of which are unlocked over Konami's e-Amusement p ... Read »


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    • Beatmania IIDX 16: Empress

    • Beatmania IIDX 16: Empress

      Beatmania IIDX 16: Empress is the 16th game in the Beatmania IIDX series of music video games. It was released in arcades by Konami on November 19, 2008 (11 months since the arcade release of Beatmania IIDX 15: DJ Troopers). The game features over 50 new songs, some of which are unlocked over Konami's e-Amusement platf ... Read »


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    • Beatmania IIDX 17: Sirius

    • Beatmania IIDX 17: Sirius

      Beatmania IIDX 17: Sirius is the 17th installment in Konami's Beatmania IIDX series of music video games. The main motif of Sirius's UI is astronomy, as the game is named after Sirius, known to be the brightest star in the night sky. Public location tests began on May 27, 2009, and the game itself was released on Octob ... Read »


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    • Beatmania IIDX 18 Resort Anthem

    • Beatmania IIDX 18 Resort Anthem

      Beatmania IIDX 18 Resort Anthem is a music video game in the Beatmania IIDX series of games by Konami. On April 19, 2010, Bemani fansite Zenius -I- Vanisher reported that Konami had announced the first location test for the newest game in the IIDX series. The location test ran from April 22 to April 26 at the Cat Machi ... Read »


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    • Beatmania IIDX 23: Copula

    • Beatmania IIDX 23: Copula is the 23rd installment of the Beatmania IIDX series. The first location test held at the Tokyo Lesiure Land #2 location in Akihabara, Japan from July 10 through 12th 2015. It was released on November 11, 2015. For more information about the gameplay of Beatmania IIDX in general, please r ... Read »


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    • Beatmania IIDX Club Version

    • Beatmania IIDX Club Version was released on April 21, 1999 by Konami to the Japanese arcade audience. ... Read »


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    • Beatmania IIDX Substream

    • beatmania IIDX substream had a different songlist and could be linked to a Dance Dance Revolution machine for simultaneous play. If either the Dance Dance Revolution player or IIDX player made mistakes, the other game became more difficult. Song List: ... Read »


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    • Beatmania III

    • Beatmania III

      beatmania III was a rhythm video game created by Konami. Gameplay is essentially the same as in the beatmania series, with a few enhancements to the hardware. The beatmania III series was relatively short-lived, spanning only 2 years. It had five releases, the last one being Beatmania III The Final in 2002. beatm ... Read »


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    • Ben Bero Beh

    • Ben Bero Beh (べんべろべえ, Ben Bero Bē?) is a platform arcade game released by Taito in 1984. The player guides Ben, a superhero, through an apartment complex which is on fire. Armed with a fire extinguisher, Ben must make his way down the levels avoiding gas explosions, crumbling floors, da ... Read »


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