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can't remember. might have been only buttons
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apparently the game was featured in fastimes at Ridgemont High, but i don't remember that.
i remember rockin' that game at The Model Market on Huntington Drive, which is now prolly a bank
galaga was my fav
Looks like it was just buttons. I remember the game from that flash simulator, but wasn't one I crushed hours on.
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I suppose I should put this here...
Last Friday I went to a Bar/Arcade for a friend of mines birthday. Mixture of old school games and ones up through about 2000.
The entire place was free-to-play, they made up for it with pricier beers, but the beer list was fantastic, so I didn't mind so much.
Headquarters Beercade has classic arcade games, great craft beer, signature cocktails, homemade beef jerky AND we are open 7 days a week 365 days a year!
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Good list of games. Forgot about Offroad and Gauntlet
ya'll ever play Gridiron Fight with the rollerball and flat table surface?
solid game. i had some good battles against my buddy on that game
Did you play Pong at home or Pong that cost you a quarter? I used my weekly allowance which due to a "depression era dad" got me 4 plays a week.
Y'all might appreciate this: The MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) in NYC just did an exhibit of classic arcade games as "applied design." Pretty cool.
I dunno, to me you guys aren't exactly naming the classics. Pong, Space Invaders and Pac Man were the first three.
Let's put it to you this way, my bachelor party was half held at Barcade!
Shinobi was mad hype, so was the Simpsons beat em up. May not be consider classic for older folks, but was a mainstay at my arcades.
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I don't remember this game from Fast Times and I have seen that movie 50 times.
I've seen that movie about 20 times. The game was prolly just in the background
LOL...They stole Barcade's idea....
That game was INSANE!! Loved it!!
Next time I find a unique bar idea will be the first time...
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