In what could be considered an early forefather to both FMV and traditional light gun games, Sky Hawk from Nintendo features 16 millimeter footage of flying pla...
A mahjong solitaire computer game and one of the progenitors of the "nikakudori" variant, where tiles are unstacked and valid matches follow a special path-find...
A comical 2v2 take on the sport of soccer, set in prehistoric times.
A top-down maze arcade game by Art & Magic. Run around as a mouse and collect all the cheese in the level.
An arcade behind-the-back tennis game by Art & Magic, featuring multiple tennis players and locales from around the world. It also includes special scaling effe...
A side-scrolling platformer-shooter from Korean arcade company SunA.
A vertical-scrolling sci-fi shoot-'em-up from Korean arcade studio SunA.
An arcade platformer by SunA.
Jitsu Squad is a side-scrolling beat 'em up for up to four players.
A card-based real-time strategy game for arcades based on the Mobile Suit Gundam series. Form a team of five Mobile Suit cards, each with their separate Pilot c...
A rhythm-based arcade game by Taito, where players tap and swipe on a large touchscreen along with both the music and the movement of the life-sized character o...
A 3 vs 3 maze-based tag game from Konami
A 1984 arcade game by Taito. Using the X Prowler ship, navigate a labyrinth of platforms to destroy the marked targets, then destroy the demon in the special sh...
A 1982 arcade game by Taito where you row a canoe upstream while avoiding obstacles. It received a very limited release and was later included in the Egret II M...
One of the earliest arcade trackball adaptations of the game of bowling, this time by Taito. It is notable for allowing free credits when the player reaches a h...
A 1981 arcade game by Taito. Use your trackball to fling the octopus around at different angles, similar to billiards, as he collects dots and avoids obstacles ...
A 1980 arcade game by Taito. Guide a worker across the construction site by placing girders of different angles in front of them.
A 1983 driving game from Taito.
A space-based shooting game from Taito.
Upcoming updated version of EN-Eins Perfektewelt coming to arcades sometime in 2022. Adding new stuff like new artworks, UI, gameplay changes and updated story.
An arcade go game that specifically deals with "tsumego" problems.
Also known in Japan as Taisen Puzzle Dama.
An arcade game by Cinematronics notorious for the commercial failure.
Gigandes is a horizontal SHMUP released in arcades in 1990 by East Technology.
The dōjin PC fighter Axel City gets an arcade sequel on the exA-Arcadia hardware.
An arcade remaster of SunSoft's Famicom platformer Gimmick!.
Control the legendary Ali Baba in this early maze game from Sega.
A vertical SHMUP developed for the arcades by Korean developer Semicom
Vimana is a vertical SHMUP developed by Toaplan and published by Tecmo for arcades in 1991.
Thunder Zone, known outside of Japan as Desert Assault, is a run and gun arcade action game developed and published by Data East.
The Crystal of Kings is a side-scrollling beat em up developed for arcades by Brezzasoft.
Super Space Fortress Macross is a vertical SHMUP released in arcades in 1992.
Storm Blade is an arcade vertical SHMUP which was released in arcades in 1996 by Visco.
Silent Dragon is a sidescrolling brawler which was released in arcades in 1992 by Taito.
Ryu Jin is a vertical SHMUP released in arcades in 1993 by Taito.
Omega Fighter is a vertical SHMUP developed for arcades by UPL.
Heavy Smash - The Future Sports is a futuristic sports game developed by Data East for the arcades.
Second Earth Gratia is a vertical SHMUP released in arcades in 1996 by Jaleco.
Fire Barrel is a vertical SHMUP released in arcades in 1993 by Irem.
Exvania is an arcade action game released in 1992 by Namco.
Down Town is an arcade action game released in arcades in 1989 by Romstar.
Desert Breaker is a vertical SHMUP in the vein of Capcom's MERCS released in arcades in 1992 by Sega.
Bullet is a Sega's attempt at making a SMASH TV clone. It was developed for the arcades and released in 1987.
Brave Blade is the last Raizing-Eighting vertical SHMUP which was released in arcades in 2000 by Eighting.
Big Fight - Big Trouble in the Atlantic Ocean is a sidescrolling Beat 'em Up which was released in arcades in 1992 by Tatsumi.
Baryon Future Assault in a vertical SHMUP released in arcades in 1997 by SemiCom.
Aurail is an overhead run and gun with a walking tank called a Transom. It was developed by Westone and released in arcades by Sega in 1990.
An arcade game created just to bypass the Japanese law that prohibits the distribution of arcade machines without games.
A licensed clone of Taito's Space Invaders, although the marketing and cabinet art definitely isn't....
Nichibutsu debuted their video game efforts with this simple bat-and-ball block-breaker.
Trivia game with RPG elements from Taito.
A cute horror-themed platformer about a vampire clearing demons from a castle she wants to take over.
Samurai Shodown V Perfect is an updated version of Samurai Shodown V, and was the last game to be released on Neo Geo hardware. It never released in its time, a...
The third major revision of the fighting game Virtua Fighter 5 brings a multiplayer "eSports" focus to the series. It also features a new soundtrack and overhau...
An arcade strip mahjong game where players customize their 3D opponent, then attempt to strip them to their underwear through rounds of two-player mahjong. Also...
An arcade riichi mahjong game by Arc System Works with various hand-drawn anime girls as opponents. Later received a PS4 port (as a launch title for Japanese PS...
Nichibutsu's third entry in the Jangou series adds double the fun with two ladies to get naked.
Nichibutsu's sequel to their mahjong simulator adds nudity.
Black Heart (stylized in the logo as "BLACK HEⱯRT"), is a fantasy-based side-scrolling shooter from UPL.
An obscure 2D fighting arcade game with warriors from various ancient cultures. It features a "Mutant" system that allows players to "mutate" between two charac...
The first known virtual arcade adaptation of the game of bowling, featuring unique trackball controls that allows precise control over how the ball is thrown. I...
Table shuffleboard gets a trackball-based arcade adaptation from the studio behind World Class Bowling and Golden Tee 3D Golf. Includes four game modes: Shuffle...
A trackball-based virtual bowling arcade game from the studio behind Golden Tee 3D Golf, featuring a new behind-the-lane pseudo-3D perspective.
A polygonal-3D arcade formula-car racing game by Strata.
An arcade game based on the simplistic card solitaire game of the same name. It was originally released as eroge, with pictures of naked ladies behind the cards...
A mecha-themed 2D fighting game by Hot-B, released only in Japanese arcades during the Street Fighter II craze.
The 29th numbered Beatmania IIDX game
The sequel to IGS's mahjong solitaire arcade game, now on their PolyGame Master hardware.
A mahjong solitaire arcade eroge by IGS.
Fearless Pinocchio is a single player fighting game aimed at younger players. It can be utilized as a redemption game or a just plain old video game, based on o...
Originally released in South Korea as Gongyong Wang (공룡왕).
Thunder & Lightning 2, known in Japan as Block Carnival, is a block-breaking game from Visco.
A medal arcade game
Also known as "Cotton Fantasy", Cotton Rock 'n' Roll is the sixth installment and a revival of Success's cute-'em-up series.
Built off of StepMania, Project OutFox is a multi-mode rhythm game sandbox focused around player-made charts.
A Japanese arcade game from 2013-2015 that combines light-gun games with trading card arcade games, as each player's gun controller has three slots for special ...
The sequel to Namco Bandai's 2010 high-octane street racing game Dead Heat, switching from cars to motorcycles.
A full-fledged sequel to the first-person mecha-simulation Japanese arcade game based on the Mobile Suit Gundam series. Rather than the original's dome-screen h...
A Japanese arcade fixed-gun game loosely based on the teen pop horror TV drama "Sailor Zombie". It features a comedic-horror theme with members of the massive a...
Space Cruiser was one of many space shoot-'em-ups from Taito.
A 1990 run-and-gun from Toaplan.
A dinosaur themed medal game by Taito.
Better known in Japan as "Tsuri Spirits", Ace Angler is a video medal game where multiple players utilize realistic rod & reel controllers to catch numerous typ...
The fourth card-based arcade game based on the Pokémon series. Released in 2020, it brings the series back to its three-on-three format while using tiles (shap...
An arcade revival of the classic Aleste series of console/handheld sci-fi shoot-'em-ups, featuring classic-style pixel art and a unique game mechanic where each...
An arcade soccer game from Konami.
A racing game from Konami that is exclusively released for the arcades in 1996 and also the third installment of Road Fighter series.
The sequel to Data East's eroge spin-off of their billiards arcade game Side Pocket. It includes a variety of quality-of-life improvements, most of which were b...
An eroge spin-off of Data East's billiards arcade game Side Pocket. Get high-scoring rounds to become each club's champion and have your companions undress.
A 2D side-view boxing arcade game by Taito, combining the sport of boxing with the gameplay of traditional fighting games.
A side-scrolling shoot-'em-up where each player's ship attacks in all four directions using satellite units. Along with its unconventional story involving the d...
A top-down run-and-gun game where the player's soldier can, along with running on foot, hop into one of multiple vehicles for land, sea, and air combat. Also kn...
A top-down action arcade game by Taito where players roam the battlefield as the armored mecha of the same name (whose armor form can be destroyed, leaving the ...
Drive a dune buggy through the desert in this racing arcade game by Taito.
An early ball-and-paddle arcade game (with an American Football theme) by Taito.
A vertical-scrolling military-themed shoot-'em-up by Taito.
A vertical-scrolling shoot-'em-up released by Taito.
Taito's answer to Konami's Track & Field arcade game.
An early arcade game by Taito where players guide a train locomotive through a maze of tracks to collect train cars and deliver passengers. Its name comes from ...
An arcade baseball game by Taito, featuring a lighthearted approach on high school baseball.