An incredibly early Gundam game released in Japan for the Arcadia 2001.
Shoot down enemy ships then transform into a robot, board the enemy base, and blow it all up in this Macross game from Bandai for the Arcadia 2001.
Space bugs want to steal your shield and make it their shield in this Konami arcade game from 1980.
Football game for Arcadia 2001
A soccer game for Arcadia 2001.
Released in 1981, Jump Bug was the first scrolling platformer.
Dr. Slump: Arale-Chan is a game based on the Dr. Slump manga for the Arcadia 2001.
A maze action game for the Arcade that was later brought to the Famicom as Route-16 Turbo.
The first game in the Doraemon franchise, released in Japan only for the Arcadia 2001.
A game for the Arcadia 2001 that has remarkable similarities to Pac-Man.
Space Vulture is game #7 for the Arcadia 2001 collection of systems.
Robot Killer is game #3 for the Arcadia 2001 collection of systems. It is a Berzerk clone.
Space Attack is an unlicensed clone of Galaxian for the Emerson Arcadia 2001.
In this Konami arcade game, snakes navigate through mazes, shooting at each other in hopes of cutting their opponents down to size enough to be mercilessly devo...
Alien Invader is a Space Invaders clone for the Arcadia 2001.
A battle. In the ocean.
Tanks A Lot is a lot like Namco's Tank Battalion, a tank game where you blast through bricks and destroy enemy tanks while protecting a home base.
Two Player Baseball game for the Emerson Arcadia 2001.
A bowling game with an isometric angle for the Emerson Arcadia 2001.
Astro Invader is a fixed shooter where the player controls a spaceship and has to defend an alien invasion.
A maze game where you are a cat chased by dogs.
Go for it! Climb to the top of the building as a helicopter awaits! A precursor to the platformer genre, Crazy Climber was the first game revolving around climb...
Pleiads is a spiritual successor to Phoenix.
Battle space aliens and avoid their suicidal attacks to survive in the world of Galaxian, Namco's first installment in the Galaxian franchise. It was a technica...