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Sonic The Hedgehog Arcade
1993 No summary.
Sonic The Hedgehog
ソニックザヘッジホッグ
1991 No summary.
Sonic the Hedgehog 2
ソニックヘッジホッグ2
1993 No summary.
Kuuga – Operation Code Vapor Trail
空牙 – Operation Code Vapor Trail
1989 Vapor Trail: Hyper Offense Formation, known in Japan as Kuuga – Operation Code Vapor Trail (空牙 – Operation Code Vapor Trail) and usually simply referred to as Vapor Trail, is a 1989 shoot 'em up arcade game developed and published by Data East. Vapor Trail was followed by Rohga: Armor Force and Skull Fang.
Vapor Trail
空牙
1989 Vapor Trail: Hyper Offense Formation, known in Japan as Kuuga – Operation Code Vapor Trail (空牙 – Operation Code Vapor Trail) and usually simply referred to as Vapor Trail, is a 1989 shoot 'em up arcade game developed and published by Data East. Vapor Trail was followed by Rohga: Armor Force and Skull Fang.
Arcade Classics (prototype)
1992 No summary.
Die Hard - Arcade
ダイハード
1996 No summary.
World Soccer Winning Eleven 2006 Arcade Championship
2006 No summary.
World Soccer Winning Eleven 2014 Arcade Championship
2014 No summary.
World Soccer Winning Eleven Arcade Game Style 2003
2003 No summary.
F355 Challenge 2: International Course Edition Arcade
2001 Update to F355 Challenge
Chinese Hero
チャイニーズヒーロー
1984 Chinese Hero (チャイニーズヒーロー, Chainīzu Hīrō), also known in Japan as Super Chinese (スーパーチャイニーズ, Sūpā Chainīzu), is an arcade action game developed by Nihon Game (now Culture Brain) and published by Taiyo System in October 1984.
Sonic Blast Man
ソニックブラストマン
1990 No summary.
Sonic Boom
ソニックブーム
1987 No summary.
Sonic Championship
1996 Humorous 3D Fighting game by Sega. Uses the Sega Model 2B board.
Sonic the Fighters
ソニックザファイターズ
1996 No summary.
Sonic Wings Special 2
1994 No summary.
Sonic Wings Special 3
1995 No summary.
Super Sonic Blastman
1993 No summary.
Sonic Blast Man 2
ソニックブラストマン2
1996 No summary.
Sonic Wings Limited
1996 No summary.
Kingdom Grand Prix
1994 Kingdom Grand Prix is a scrolling shooter/racing hybrid arcade game developed by Raizing and published by Eighting. It was later ported to the Sega Saturn. It is the second entry in the Mahou Daisakusen series, but the first to be a shooter/racing hybrid.
R-Type Leo
R-Type LEO
1992 The last arcade game in the R-Type Trilogy by IREM. Rare, energetic, but lacks the skills and inteligence that the former R-Types require.
Rad Mobile
ラッドモービル
1990 Very quick road racing game. With oncoming traffic, weather effects, and a fluffy Sonic swinging from the rear view mirror.
Kizuna Encounter Super Tag Battle
風雲スーパータッグバトル
1996 Kizuna Encounter is a 1996 competitive fighting game produced by SNK for the Neo Geo arcade and home platform. It is the sequel to Savage Reign.
Crazy Climber
クレイジークライマー
1980 In one of Nichibutsu's most popular arcade games, you must climb up 4 very tall buildings while avoiding obstacles and pitfalls.
Neo Bomber Man
1997 The arcade released Neo*Geo version of Bomberman. Similiar to the other versions. Also released for the Neo*Geo home cart system.
Earth, Friend, Mission
アース・フレンド・ミッション
1982 Nutting Associates 3D color vector prototype, pitched to be the arcade version of the movie Tron
Atari Football
フットボール
1978 Black-and-white head-to-head football for two or four players. First arcade game to use a trackball as the controller.
Scud Race
スカッドレース
1996 Brilliant and addictive arcade game. Especially good in multiplayer mode.
Cliff Hanger
クリフハンガー
1984 A laserdisc game that reached the arcade shortly after Dragon's Lair.
Cyber Troopers Virtual-On Force
2001 3rd game in the series. Last arcade release, the series continues on the PlayStation
Haunted Castle
ラビリンスランナー?
1988 Haunted Castle is an Arcade Version of Castle Vania.
Super Tag Battle
1996 Also known as: Kizuna Encounter: Super Tag Battle, Fu'un Super Tag Battle (JPN)
Galaga Plus
ギャラガプラス
1984 Distributed game name: GAPLUS OR GALAGA 3... A sequel released by NAMCO of the original Galaga under two different names both released in 1984.
4 Fun in 1
1981 4-in-1 bootlegs of popular arcade games from 1981.
Qix
クイックス
1981 Qix (pronounced "kicks") is a simple and elegant game in which you claim territory by drawing boxes to fill a rectangular space. You must avoid the Qix – sticklike objects that float and bounce through your space in unpredictable patterns. You can rack up more points for creating boxes more slowly, and besides the Qix, you must be careful of Sparx and Fuses which appear if your marker stops while you are drawing.
Smash TV
1990 In the "distant" future of 1999, you are a contestant on the most violent game show of all – Smash TV. On this game show anything goes, as you attempt to collect prizes, cash, and keys by fighting off a host of enemies with your array of weapons. In some versions, if you collect enough keys, you are rewarded with a trip to the Pleasure Dome.
Tron
トロン
1982 Tron is trapped inside a computer and forced to play games. Tron must destroy the evil MCP (Master Control Program). Based on the movie.
King of Fighters '94
1994 The first in a series of fighting games using a mixture of characters from SNK's other 2 series Fatal Fury and The Art of Fighting.
Libble Rabble
リブルラブル
1983 An obscure Namco release, Libble Rabble was designed by Toru Iwatani after his huge success with Pac-Man. Although it was not particularly popular, Iwatani claimed that it was his own personal favorite of the games he designed.
King of Fighters '95
1995 Sequel to The King of Fighters 94. This game once again uses characters from SNK's other fighters but this time you can edit you teams to your liking.
Ozma Wars
1979 Black-and-white space shooter for one or two players.
Cyber Lip
サイバーリップ
1990 SNK's answer to Contra. Not a bad game, but the later released Metal Slug blew it away.

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