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Pole Position II, Return of the Jedi, Moon Patrol, Joust, Tempest ... so many great ones.
Joust was one of my favorites, but my top 3 were DD, Contra, and MK1. I'm surprised Contra hasn't gotten more love ITT.
God, give me patience today. If given strength I may beat someone to death.
It's because NES contra was one of the few games that was better than the arcade version.
Yep, 2 quarters at the Scarborough Town Centre, which I think was the same for Punch-out too.
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Any Tekken fans?
Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A Start
Can't forget Mike Tyson's Punch Out, Excite Bike, and the old school Track and Field.
Anyone ever play Dusty Diamond's All-Star Softball. Easy game to play,with all different types of characters but my buddies and I killed hours playing it.
Game info/discussion at http://nesgui.de/dsy | "Dusty Diamond All-Star Softball" (NES), published by Broderbund, 1990 | Also known as "Softball Tengoku" on the Famicom. | Basic demonstration of natural gameplay; no commentary, no cheats/tool-assistance, not a speed-run. Captured from classic front-loading NES "toaster" console.
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excite bike was solid
What is happiness? The feeling that power is growing, that resistance is overcome.--Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
punch out was very good
Can't forget OutRun either
You forgot to push select, no infinite live for you in Contra.
You see that sign that says 'Rib Tips'??
Have Asteroids in my basement as we speak ... the arcade game. Not anything on a console. Still a badass game that me and the crew will get down on after a night of drinkin or chillin at the crib.
Its a heavy son of a bitch ... we just moved house and had to dolly that sum bitch around. The kicker is ... the language on it is in French (dont know where it originally came from, was a hand me down from the Pops)
Yup & Virtua Fighter, both awesome fighting games.
i was awful at Virtua Fighter. My brother in law is 12 years younger than me, and I used to take him to arcades when he was a kid. We used to absolutely work kids on Tekken Tag Tournament.
This has a few flash based classics on it.
Classic Games Arcade is a free playable flash online classic arcade games website. We have lots of free classic games which you can add to your blog or website. Old arcade games including pac-man, galaga, final fight and puzzle bubble
Thanks for the link. Berserk , frogger, kaboom were solid
I love classic arcade games and in particular pinball. Some of the pinball games from the 80s were pretty sweet like Black Knight, Haunted House and Flash Gordon. The nineties weren't bad either. (Twilight Zone, Adams Family, Arabian Nights)
But if you have not followed pinball gaming recently, you should do yourself a favor and check out some of the new games that have come out. See links below for Tron and ACDC limited edition pins. They really blend the classic arcade feel of pinball with some of the benefits of new technology.
Quick video of my Stern Tron LE (s and LED Flashers in the apron windows. ...
Super Nintendo is what I grew up on. Three bea games
1 NBA Jam
2 Ken Griffey Jr. Baseball
3 Mario Cart
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I loved black knight . Ever play the really old pinball game called Bow and Arrow?
I've seen Bow and Arrow, but never played it.
Btw, if you are pinballl fan, the Ohio pinball show is this weekend.
that link remined me of Star Castle. i used to love that game.
i just played star castle on that link. cool stuff
Was that a rollerball game, or joystick?
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