Dacholer is a 1983 arcade game from Nichibutsu which had players controlling an ostrich that fought by turning turtles into soccer balls and kicking them at ene...
A robot-themed run-and-gun from Namco, initially released in arcades in 1989.
A spin-off of the arcade riichi mahjong series Mah-Jong Fight Club, focusing on cute anime idols.
A Japanese arcade Breakout clone and SNK's first release, intended to be easily upgradable using their microcontroller-based Micon-Kit arcade hardware.
DYNAMITE BOMB!! fuses frenetic chain combos and over the top offensive options with numerous defensive techniques like reversals and tech recoveries to make an ...
Join chef Billy and his wife, Bella, in getting their donuts back from a crazy runaway Dodo in DONUT DODO DO! Up to 2 players can climb, jump and run to collect...
Created by the founding members of CAVE, BATSUGUN EXA LABEL is the definitive version of the bullet hell shooter genre pioneer.
SHINORUBI PINK LABEL is an arcade only release.
One of three known Space Invaders clones by O.E.C. This one is most like the original.
One of three known Space Invaders clones by O.E.C.
One of three known Space Invaders clones by O.E.C. Rather than a tight-knit group of aliens, this has a bunch of enemies scattering around the screen.
A 1982 shoot-'em-up arcade game by Omori.
A video redemption game where you use a wheel to steer a trampoline, bouncing a clown up to pop balloons.
A LaserDisc-based arcade game using footage from the Uchū Senkan Yamato (Space Battleship Yamato/Star Blazers) anime
An early top-down maze game from Sun Electronics and Sega
Rookie police detective James must rescue his partner Stacy from the villainous Specter organization (yes, really) in this 1985 comedic run-and-gun from Nichibu...
Arcade trading card game
The first card-based arcade game based on the Tamagotchi series.
The second card-based arcade game to be based on the Digimon series, this time based on Digimon Xros Wars / Digimon Fusion.
A card-based arcade game based on the Digimon series. It was later discontinued on April 2008.
A card-based arcade game based on the Naruto series.
The fifth entry in the Japanese card-based, rhythm-based arcade game series Aikatsu. It was later discontinued on March 30, 2023.
The fourth entry in the Japanese card-based, rhythm-based arcade game series Aikatsu.
The third entry in the Japanese card-based, rhythm-based arcade game series Aikatsu.
The second entry in the Japanese card-based, rhythm-based arcade game series Aikatsu.
A Japan-exclusive, card-based, rhythm-based arcade game about girls training in a prestigious academy for idols. It was later discontinued on May 18, 2016.
The third game in the arcade card-based Kamen Rider Battle series, based on the Kamen Rider tokusatsu series.
A card-based arcade strategy game based on the Gundam mecha series. It plays similar to Dragon Ball Heroes, with players manipulating cards on a flat play surfa...
A top-down arcade shooter from Electronic Devices and Ecogames.
An arcade game from Electronic Devices where you dive down into the water to collect treasure.
A top-down arcade maze game from Korean developer Unico Electronics where you run around as a burglar, smashing boxes to retrieve coins while farting to slow yo...
A single-screen arcade platformer by Korean developer Unico Electronics.
A single-screen arcade platformer from Korean developer Unico Electronics.
An early arcade game adaptation of the hanafuda card game of the same name. It uses a timer system similar to mahjong games at the time.
Pyramid (aka ピラミッドー Piramiddo) was an arcade game developed and released in Japan in 1978 by the company "Sankyo".
A polygonal-3D tank battle arcade game by Konami. Released in North America, it is based on the Japan-only "robo battle" game Poly-Net Warriors.
A Japan-only polygonal-3D arcade game from Konami. Take part in "Virtual Robo Battles" in a cutesy first-person shooter.
A substantial upgrade to the original San Francisco Rush: Extreme Racing arcade game.
A re-release of San Francisco Rush 2049 that includes two new extra tracks (Dawn and Dusk) as well as several new cars, along with several bugfixes.
A fixed screen arcade shooter.
A pool game for one or two players.
A motorcycle racing arcade game developed and released by Atari Games and Midway Games in 1999.
A pinball simulation for one or two players.
A 2D top down shooter game.
A 2D platformer in which the player takes control of Peter and must navigate platforms, ladders and pipes.
A brawler-platformer arcade game based on the classical Chinese novel Journey to the West.
A puzzle game from Toaplan
A breakout clone with many unique features.
A spin-off of the rhythm arcade game Samba de Amigo, focusing on J-Pop songs with a tambourine controller.
The long-running mahjong solitaire series makes its return to Japanese arcades in its fourth numbered installment.
The sequel to Thunder Ceptor
Alternatively labeled Sky Kid DX, this is the sequel to Namco's seminal "birds-in-planes" shoot-'em-up.
A "strip hanafuda" arcade eroge by Nichibutsu.
A "strip mahjong" eroge by Make.
A "strip mahjong" eroge with characters from Elf's dating sim Doukyuusei. It later received a "SPECIAL" update, which also got a Saturn port.
A "strip mahjong" eroge by Maboroshi Ware.
A "strip mahjong" eroge by Nihon System.
A "strip mahjong" arcade eroge by Sammy, featuring elaborate camerawork that presents the gameplay as a continuous anime cutscene.
An anime-style "strip mahjong" arcade eroge by Sammy. Later received a port for the Saturn as Mahjong Hyper Reaction R.
The last of Micronet's series of "strip mahjong" eroge, also focusing on polygonal-3D women.
A successor to the Mahjong Kyoujidai series of erotic "strip mahjong" games, this time focusing solely on polygonal-3D women.
A "strip mahjong" arcade eroge by Sanritsu.
A fantasy-themed version of the card game known as "Speed".
A retro-themed arcade-style platformer reminiscent of classic 1980's platformers. Run, jump, and climb to outwit the titular Donut Dodo to collect all the donut...
A vertical shoot-'em-up from Namco where the player controls a helicopter
A trackball-based arcade game where two combatants roll up into balls and crash into each-other, attempting to either weaken them enough to run them over, or to...
A very rare light-gun shooter from American Laser Games, set in the Old West. Unlike their earlier LaserDisc-based games, this uses 3DO-based hardware and has n...
Gokujou!! Mecha Mote Iinchou's dressing contest game.
A spin-off of the Higurashi: When They Cry horror-themed visual novel series, focused on playing one-on-one matches of riichi mahjong against the girls of Hinam...
A four-player riichi mahjong arcade game by Warashi and Mahjong Kobo.
An action/shoot-'em-up combining elements of religion and science fiction. The goal is to complete constellations by touching them, and warding off whatever ene...
A super deformed version of the first Ridge Racer with cars resembling Choro-Q models, aimed at children.
Ridge Racer 2 is more of an update to the original arcade game than a true sequel, but introduces several new features including multiplayer.
An arcade light-gun shooter by Taiwanese studio IGS.
An arcade bowling game by Taiwanese studio IGS, featuring both joystick/button and trackball configurations, four-cabinet linked multiplayer, and a unique objec...
Operation Tiger is an entry in the Operation Wolf series, and the final arcade Taito release in the franchise.
A sequel to the riichi mahjong arcade game adaptation of the mahjong manga Usagi: Yasei no Touhai.
A riichi mahjong arcade game based on the 1996 mahjong manga of the same name. Play a unique two-on-two variant of the game, with each character having their ow...
A touch-based rhythm arcade game from the studio behind the Pump It Up series. It uses a circular touchscreen where the outside is a ring controller that can be...
A Japan-only multi-game arcade cart by Success, including mahjong (three-player variant), shogi, chess, billiards, and an adaptation of the handheld game Hexcit...
Playtime is an incredibly early Pong clone from Midway Games.
The fourth and final installment of Taito's "Landing" series of arcade flight simulators.
The third in Taito's series of arcade flight simulators.
A racing arcade game by Taito, notable for having the leftmost player riding a motorcycle and the rightmost player driving a car.
Reseal the evils unleashed by Pandora in this single-screen platformer from Konami.
A simple video redemption game where you push a single button to launch frogs onto a rotating log, with the objective of getting as many stuck to the log as you...
A simple video redemption game where you shift a line of spiked gates at the top of the screen (using a single button) to allow balloons to pass through for tic...
A multi-game touchscreen arcade machine by Coastal Amusements.
A multi-game touchscreen arcade machine by Coastal Amusements. Received three yearly updates (GT2002, GT2003, and GT2004) before being replaced by the Nexus lin...
A card-based train-driving arcade game and spin-off of the Densha de Go! series. Collect train car cards (front, middle, and rear) to form your train and drive ...
A cartoony comedy eroge where two brothers attempt to destroy computer terminals and are rewarded with photos of nude women.
An indie arcade 2.5D precision-platformer from the studio behind the Umihare Kawase series. As the titular Milk-chan, who can only propel herself by punching wi...
An arcade shoot-'em-up by NMK where you pilot a combat helicopter, rescuing fellow soldiers while destroying enemy fortifications. Its unique for combining the ...
A sequel to the 1988 World War II shoot-'em-up P-47: The Phantom Fighter, including four different aircraft to choose from (each with their own weaponry).
An indie Famicom shoot-'em-up from RIKI. As the titular ninja astronaut, endlessly fire blasts at incoming invaders.
Roller Jammer is a roller-skate footracing game released by Nichibutsu in 1984.
The sixth and final entry in the Megatouch series of multi-game touchscreen arcade machines.