Almost Forgotten Arcade Games Worth Playing

First PCs, and then Xbox, PlayStation, and Wii U have changed the way we play video games. Before this, people used to play arcade games, and some still love to do that. Most of the younger generation even does not know about the old arcade games. For game lovers, though, it would be an immensely pleasurable experience to play these games. Following is a list of selected arcade games that every game lover should try

Air Buster – Trouble Specialty Raid Unit (1990)

This is one of the best plane fighting game of its time. Developed by Kaneko, it features the fight that starts on earth and ends in the enemy lines in deep space.

Air Buster – Trouble Specialty Raid Unit (1990)

Cadillac and Dinosaurs (1993)

It is not the first game of its kind, but it furthered the popularity of the concept that was formerly popularized by the games like Final Fight.

Cadillac and Dinosaurs (1993)

Double Dragon Part 1 and Part 2 (1987 and 1988)

Double Dragon is another popular game of its time. It features a lot of fight using punches and kicks.

Double Dragon Part 1 and Part 2 (1987 and 1988)

Galaxian (1979)

One of the oldest game featuring space fight. It was developed by Namco.

Galaxian (1979)

Golden Axe (1989)

Golden Axe is a legendary sword and axe game featuring a dwarf, a man, and a woman on a mission to save the world from the evil villain.

Golden Axe (1989)

Shinobi (1987)

Shinobi is another very popular game, with very impressive background music, worth playing. This game was developed by Sega.

Shinobi (1987)

Snow Bros (1990)

Finally, a game with little less violence. This arcade game developed by Toaplan features two cute heroes: Nick & Tom.

Snow Bros (1990)

Street Fighter (1987)

Street Fighter gave birth, or popularized, a new phenomenon in arcade games. The first Street Fighter was developed by Capcom in 1987, and its new versions are still being developed regularly.

Street Fighter (1987)

 

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