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Capcom Vs. SNK is a tournament fighting game where you must battle it out against your opponents. It features a 4 button array and heavily utilizes combos. Each character is given a strength rating of 1 - 4. You can select as many fighters as you want, but can't go over 4 for your combined total points. You get to keep fighting as your first character until you lose and your next character gets subbed in. The game features a huge number of players and fighting arenas.
America needs your help! The evil Red Skull has launched a plan to take over the earth and it's up to Captain America and the Avengers to stop him. Take control of Iron Man, Ice Man, Hawkeye or Captain America himself in this awesome side scrolling brawler. The game supports 4 players at the same time or you can choose to go it alone. With a cabinet that comes in at 29" wide, this is one of the largest games from its era. If you are up for the challenge, make sure to double check your doorway or entryway measurements to make sure this one will fit.
Confront your fear of killer clowns in this gruesome shooter that was put out in the late 90's by Midway. In the game, you can choose from several shooting galleries while you hone you clown hunting skills. It's highly collectible among the horror arcade crowd. Part Nightmare before Christmas/Part Stephen King's IT, the game offers an amazing experience, even if the ride ends up being a bit short.
Take to the skies to defend freedom and honor from rogue terrorist states. Collect various weapons, shields and power ups along the way in this airplane shooter.
Blast your way through a mushroom field filled with creepy crawlies. Earn bonuses by taking out spiders and other pests along the way. One of the all time classics from the 1980's. The game uses a trackball to control your player.
One of the all time classics! In Centipede you play a lowly humanoid who must fend off oversized garden pests. Use your laser beams to turn the Centipedes into mushrooms while dodging spiders and other creepy creatures.
4 players can challenge each other to 10 frames of intense competition in this bowling simulator. Use the game's trackball to aim your ball and then spin away as you try and score strike after strike. It's just like visiting your local bowling alley except you don't have to wear funky smelling shoes.
Like many of the racing games before it, Chase HQ replicates the white knuckle experience of getting behind a sports car at insane MPH. Unlike other games of it's time, ChaseHQ added an extra layer to their game by having you not only catch up to the bad guys, but you have to get them to pullover as well. This makes the game part chasing, part attacking and pure adrenaline. Ultimately, the game would go on to inspire 2 spinoffs and 3 sequels. One of the neat things about the game, is that the marque will flash blue and red lights when you play it, so it feels like you're behind the wheel of a police car. Fans of the hit show Miami Vice will feel right at home with the palm trees and 80s theme that goes along with the game.
Cosmic Avengers was the very first scrolling shooter to be made. Before it came out, all games where programmed for a fixed screen. By allowing the screen to scroll, Universal was able to create another planet for you to explore. Use your lasers to zap ufos or bomb away at the alien planet while dodging incoming fire. Explore deep caverns and deep space as you try to stay alive.
Take a ride through the streets of San Francisco to Washington DC in one of the most popular sit down racers of all time. Choose from a variety of cars, each with their own distinct advantages and disadvantages. Featuring both automatic and manual transmissions depending on your preference. Win all of the races and you get to join the President in a Hot Tub.