Our collection of arcade games has something for everyone, from timeless classics to the latest hits. With a carefully curated list of the best games, you're guaranteed to have an unforgettable time. Whether you're a seasoned gamer or a newcomer, you'll find endless hours of fun and excitement with our top-rated arcade games.
Midway Games (2000)
Arctic Thunder is a snowmobile racing game developed by Midway Games. It was released as an arcade game, as well as on the Sony PlayStation 2 and Xbox consoles, and was a launch title for the latter. In the arcade version of the game, jets blow cold or hot winds, depending on the setting, in the player's face during gameplay. Arctic Thunder is part of Midway's Thunder series, which also included Hydro Thunder, 4 Wheel Thunder, Offroad Thunder, and Hydro Thunder Hurricane.
Area 51 is a light gun arcade game released by Atari Games in 1995. It takes its name from the military facility. The plot of the game involves the player taking part in a Strategic Tactical Advanced Alien Response (STAAR) military incursion to prevent aliens, known as the Kronn, and alien-created zombies from taking over the Area 51 military facility.
Currently offsite being serviced.
This is the sequel to the very popular Asteroids game. It features similar game play with some extra features. It has a snowflake type of object that comes out when you only have a few Asteroids to shoot. It breaks into smaller pieces when shot, and chases you. This makes it so you can not use the hunting tactic used on Asteroids and is harder to play. It has a very cool looking backdrop with a 2 way mirror which make a really nice 3D effect. This game was not nearly as successful as the original Asteroids, but is neat to look at and fun to play. This arcade game was Made by Atari in 1982. This game uses the black & white XY monitor.
|Big Buck Hunter|
Sammy USA (2000)
The first coin-operated video game to feature deer hunting, Big Buck Hunter by Sammy Corporation was designed by hunters to provide an authentic hunting experience. When the game begins, you have the chance to pick from four different weapons: a rifle, a shotgun, a compound bow or a classic muzzle loader. After that, you get to pick one of four states (Arkansas, Idaho, Wisconsin, and Texas) to hunt in. Each state features 16 hunting grounds, giving you a total of 64 exciting hunting spots to experience! Combined with the exhilarating pump action gun, Big Buck Hunter offers gives total realistic game play.
|Big Buck Hunter Pro Open Season|
Play Mechanix (2000)
Big Buck Hunter is a hunting video game developed by Play Mechanix, Inc. Primarily developed for arcades, the goal of the game is to shoot moving bucks without shooting a doe or female animal.\n\nBig Buck Hunter's concept came from George Petro, the Play Mechanix's founder and the former staff of Midway Games, while thinking about what to do next with the company. After the release of Midway's Invasion: The Abductors in 1999, Petro thought that hunting games were popular in homes but there was also a lack of those in arcades. He pitched the idea to the design team, and shortly after started developing the prototype with Incredible Technologies doing the manufacture of the arcade machine.
|Birdie King 3|
Birdie King 3 (バーデイー・キング) is a golf arcade video game released in 1984 by Taito.
|Centipede / Millipede / Missle Command / Let's Go Bowling|
Team Play (2001)
Centipede/Millipede/Missile Command was produced by Team Play in 2001.
Other machines made by Team Play during the time period Centipede/Millipede/Missile Command was produced include Star Trek Voyager, Joust / Robotron, Defender / Defender II, Bopper Ball, Defender / Defender II, and Cow Tipping.
A new combo game containing three Atari classics in one, plus a bowling game that has the look and feel of the early 1980's.
Crazy Taxi is a series of racing video games that was developed by Hitmaker and published by Sega. The first game appeared in arcades in 1999 and was very successful.\n\nEach game has the player assume the role of a taxi driver who must accumulate money by delivering passengers to their destinations in the fastest time possible, earning tips by performing "crazy stunts" before the time runs out. The franchise has been recognized for its innovative gameplay design which is easy to learn but difficult to master, its use of in-game advertising, and its soundtrack music provided by the bands The Offspring and Bad Religion. The core gameplay mechanic has been patented by Sega, leading to at least one lawsuit over similar gameplay in The Simpsons: Road Rage, which has since been settled out of court.
We were having issues with the shifter where the game was not easily shifting between Forward and Reverse. We replaced the microswitches in the shifter but were still having issues. So, we sourced a new shifter from a supplier in Australia and now the game is playing as good as new!
|Crazy Taxi 2|
Crazy Taxi 2 is a 2001 racing video game and the second installment of the Crazy Taxi series. Crazy Taxi 2 introduced several new features not found in the original, including two new cities, "Around Apple" and "Small Apple", both somewhat based on New York City. The new cities share four new drivers as default, bringing the total playable characters to eight.
The game is currently off site being serviced but will be back at the arcade soon!
|Cruisin' World (2 linked games)|
Midway Games/Nintendo (1996)
Cruis'n World is the 1996 sequel to the 1994 arcade racer Cruis'n USA. Cruis'n World allows players to race on various tracks around the world. The game also features more cars than Cruis'n USA. This game introduced stunts to the Cruis'n series. They served to dodge obstacles, take close curves and so. If the stunt makes the vehicle fly in the air, the game gives the player extra seconds of time. The game also uses small rocket boosts to speed up.
|Dance Dance Revolution 5th Mix|
Dance Dance Revolution 5thMIX, or DDR 5th Mix, is the 5th game in the Dance Dance Revolution series of music video games. It was released to arcades by Konami on March 27, 2001. Although only officially released in Japan, units exist worldwide. DDR 5th Mix contains a total of 122 songs, nine of which are hidden and unlockable. Of those songs, 40 of them (including all nine unlockable songs) are brand new to Dance Dance Revolution.
Donkey Kong was one of the earliest platform games, following Mario as he ascends a construction site to rescue Pauline from Donkey Kong. It was released in July 1981 and became Nintendo's first major international success. The windfall of $280 million rescued Nintendo of America from its financial crisis and established it as a prominent brand in America.
|Donkey Kong 3 |
Donkey Kong 3 is a platform shooter video game developed and published by Nintendo. It is the third installment in the Donkey Kong series and it was released for arcades worldwide in 1983 and the Family Computer in 1984, then later released in North America for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1986. The gameplay departs from previous Donkey Kong games, being primarily a shooter game, and starring an exterminator named Stanley instead of Mario.
|Donkey Kong Junior|
Donkey Kong Jr. is a 1982 arcade platform game that was released by Nintendo. It is the sequel to Donkey Kong, but with the roles reversed compared to its predecessor: Mario (formerly named "Jumpman") is now the villain and Donkey Kong Jr. is trying to save his kidnapped father. It was first released in arcades and, over the course of the decade, was released for a variety of home platforms.
Technos Japan (1987)
Double Dragon is a beat 'em up video game series initially developed by Technōs Japan and released as an arcade game in 1987. The series features twin martial artists, Billy and Jimmy Lee, as they fight against various adversaries and rivals.
The original Double Dragon was a blockbuster hit arcade game, ushering in a "Golden Age" for the beat 'em up genre, resulting in a flood of beat 'em ups during the late 1980s to 1990s that followed the conventions set by Double Dragon. Due to the popularity of the game series, a 1993 animated series and 1994 live-action film adaptation were produced; these adaptations were widely-panned by critics and audiences.
|Fast and the Furious|
Raw Thrills (2004)
The Fast and the Furious is a racing video game based on the film of the same name developed and published by Raw Thrills for arcades in July 2004. The game's lead designer was Eugene Jarvis, who had previously been the lead designer of the Cruis'n series, with which it shares gameplay elements. It was released in Japan by Taito as Wild Speed.
|Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift|
Raw Thrills/Atari (2007)
This is the second edition of The Fast & The Furious driving games. Tokyo Drift features 12 new cars, and 7 new tracks, in addition to all 12 race tracks from original The Fast and The Furious. Players can now upgrade their car by adding credits to buy parts faster. Also, players can save and view their cars and upgrades in an all new stats screen.
Players compete by racing in over 12 different road courses, and increase their scores by performing various stunts!. Game features multiple levels of driving difficulty and players can choose from over 17 different tricked-out vehicles, and a cardless ID system that lets players build their own custom car collection!
Final Blow is a boxing arcade video game released in 1988 by Taito. The game is a side-scrolling boxing game where the player moves left and right to control a screen sized boxer. When the timing is right, the player can unleash a final blow punch which can sometimes KO the opponent in a single strike.
Frogger is a 1981 arcade action game developed by Konami and manufactured by Sega. In North America, it was released by Sega/Gremlin. The object of the game is to direct a series of frogs to their homes by crossing a busy road and a hazardous river.
Frogger is considered one of the greatest video games ever made.
Galaga is a 1981 fixed shooter arcade video game developed and published by Namco. In North America, it was released by Midway. It is the sequel to Galaxian (1979), Namco's first major video game hit in arcades. Controlling a starship, the player is tasked with destroying the Galaga forces in each stage while avoiding enemies and projectiles. Some enemies can capture a player's ship via a tractor beam, which can be rescued to transform the player into a "dual fighter" with additional firepower.
Incredible Technologies (1995)
Golden Tee Golf is a golf arcade game series by Incredible Technologies. Its signature feature is the use of a trackball to determine the power, direction and curve of the player's golf shot. Play modes include casual 18-hole golf, closest to the pin, and online tournaments. One of the longest running arcade game series, Golden Tee has maintained a large following and spawned a competitive tournament scene.
Gorf is an arcade video game released in 1981 by Midway Manufacturing, whose name was advertised as an acronym for "Galactic Orbiting Robot Force". It is a fixed shooter with five distinct levels, the first of which is based on Space Invaders and another on Galaxian. The game makes heavy use of synthesized speech for the Gorfian robot which teases the player, powered by the Votrax speech chip. Gorf allows the player to buy two additional lives per quarter before starting the game, for a maximum of seven lives.
Currently offsite for maintenance. Back soon!
Data East (1984)
Kung-Fu Master is a side-scrolling beat 'em up game developed by Irem as an arcade game in 1984, and distributed by Data East in North America. Designed by Takashi Nishiyama, the game was based on Hong Kong martial arts films. It is loosely adapted from the Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung film Wheels on Meals (1984), called Spartan X in Japan, with the protagonist Thomas named after Jackie Chan's character in the film. The game is also heavily inspired by the Bruce Lee film Game of Death (1972), which was the basis for the game's concept.
Data East (1986)
Last Mission is a top-down multidirectional shooter developed by Data East and distributed in worldwide release for the arcades in 1986. The game is similar to Time Pilot as players have full movement control over their ship and can move it in all eight directions.
Lethal Enforcers is a 1992 light gun shooter released as an arcade video game by Konami. The graphics consist entirely of digitized photographs and digitized sprites. Home versions were released for the Super NES, Genesis and Sega CD during the following year and include a revolver-shaped light gun known as The Justifier.
The game was a critical and commercial success, becoming one of the top five highest-grossing dedicated arcade games of 1993 in the United States.
|Mario Bros 2|
Super Mario Bros. 2 is a 2D side-scrolling platform game. The objective is to navigate the player's character through the dream world Subcon and defeat the main antagonist Wart. Before each of the 20 stages, the player chooses one of four protagonists: Mario, Luigi, Toad, and Princess Toadstool. All four characters can run, jump, and climb ladders or vines, but each character possesses a unique strength that causes them to be controlled differently.
Mario Bros. is a 1983 arcade video game developed and published by Nintendo. It was designed by Shigeru Miyamoto and Gunpei Yokoi, Nintendo's chief engineer. Italian twin brother plumbers Mario and Luigi exterminate creatures emerging from the sewers by knocking them upside-down and kicking them away. The Famicom/Nintendo Entertainment System version is the first game produced by Intelligent Systems. It is part of the Mario franchise, but originally began as a spin-off from the Donkey Kong series.
Millipede is a fixed shooter video game released in arcades by Atari, Inc. in 1982. The sequel to 1981's Centipede, it has more gameplay variety and a wider array of insects than the original. The objective is to score as many points as possible by destroying all segments of the millipede as it moves toward the bottom of the screen, as well as eliminating or avoiding other enemies. The game is played with a trackball and a single fire button which can be held down for rapid-fire.
Players in Moon Patrol take the role of a Luna City police officer assigned to Sector Nine, the home of the "toughest thugs in the galaxy". The player controls a Moon buggy that travels over the Moon's surface, viewed from the side as it moves toward the right. Craters, mines, and other obstacles on the ground must be shot or jumped over. Three types of flying UFOs attack from above and must be shot down. One of the flying enemies has a weapon which creates a crater when it hits the ground.
Mortal Kombat is considered one of the greatest video games of all time by critics and audiences. It is a best-selling game and remains one of the most popular fighting games in the genre's history, spawning numerous sequels and spin-offs over the following years and decades, beginning with Mortal Kombat II in 1993, which is also considered one of the greatest video games of all time.
|Ms. Pac Man|
General Computer Corporation/Midway (1982)
Ms. Pac-Man is a 1982 maze arcade video game and is the first sequel to Pac-Man (1980). Controlling the title character, Pac-Man's wife, the player is tasked with eating all of the pellets in an enclosed maze while avoiding four ghosts. Eating the larger "power pellets" lets the player eat the ghosts, who turn blue and flee. Ms. Pac-Man was acclaimed by critics for its improvements to the original Pac-Man and for having a female protagonist; some have described it as superior to Pac-Man. It has been listed among the greatest video games of all time and as one of the most successful American arcade games ever made.
NBA Jam, which features two-on-two basketball, is one of the first real playable basketball arcade games and is also one of the first sports games to feature NBA-licensed teams and players, and their real digitized likenesses.
A key feature of NBA Jam is the exaggerated nature of the play – players can jump extremely high and make slam dunks that defy both human capabilities and the laws of physics.
|Need For Speed Underground|
EA & GlobalVR (2005)
The popular console racing game series Need For Speed lands in the arcade thanks to Electronic Arts and GlobalVR. Need For Speed Underground is based on the console title of the same name but tailored for an arcade environment following arcade conversions of Need For Speed and Need For Speed GT.
In Need For Speed Underground, you can build and race the ultimate exotic car. Multiple race modes are built into the game including Circuit, Drag and Drift. Customize your vehicle’s appearance and performance to create your own unique ride. Career mode allows players to choose their car and compete in a series of 81 races. The game features 25 unique tracks with over 35 variations to keep players coming back for more as well as 15 licensed cars.
Currently offsite being serviced. Needs a new internal PC.
SNK Corporation (1990)
The Neo Geo is a ROM cartridge-based arcade system board and fourth generation home video game console released on April 26, 1990, by Japanese game company SNK Corporation. It was the first system in SNK's Neo Geo family.
The Neo Geo originally launched as the Multi Video System (MVS) coin-operated arcade machine. Games on our NEO-GEO cabinet:
1. Bust-A-Move - A puzzle game whose object is to link three or more spheres of the same color together to eliminate them from the screen. While playing against an opponent, if more than three spheres are removed at once, they will be added to the collection on the other player's screen.
2. Aero Fighters - Aero Fighters is a vertically scrolling shooter originally released in arcades in 1992 by Video System and was ported to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993. It was the first in the Aero Fighters series, and a spiritual successor to the 1991 Turbo Force.
|NHL Open Ice|
NHL Open Ice: 2 on 2 Challenge, or just NHL Open Ice, is an ice hockey arcade game released by Midway Games in 1995. It features comically exaggerated hockey play, causing it to often be described as an ice hockey equivalent to Midway's NBA Jam.
Operation Wolf is a light gun shooter arcade game developed by Taito and released in 1987. The game was critically and commercially successful, becoming one of the highest-grossing arcade games of 1988 and winning the Golden Joystick Award for Game of the Year. Operation Wolf popularized military-themed first-person light gun rail shooters and inspired numerous clones, imitators, and others in the genre over the next decade. It spawned four sequels: Operation Thunderbolt (1988), Operation Wolf 3 (1994), Operation Tiger (1998), and Operation Wolf Returns: First Mission (2023).
Pac-Man is one of the longest-running, best-selling, and highest-grossing video game franchises in history, and the game has seen regular releases for over 40 years, has sold nearly 48 million copies across all of the platforms, and has grossed over US$14 billion, most of which has been from the original arcade game. The character of Pac-Man is the official mascot of Bandai Namco, and remains one of the most recognizable video game characters in history. The franchise has been seen as important and influential, and is often used as a representation for 1980s popular culture and video games as a whole.
|Play Choice - 10|
The Nintendo PlayChoice-10 is an arcade machine that consists of ten different games that had previously only been available on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). It was one of the last arcade machines made by Nintendo before they announced they would stop making arcade equipment in 1992. Games available on PlayChoice-10
Super Mario Bros 3
Track and Field
Game is currently off site being repaired but will be back at the arcade soon.
|Point Blank 2|
A high action twin gun game that keeps players coming back! Point Blank 2 is a favorite shooting game from Namco that features several different levels. The game has a 1 and 2 player format and players choose from over 50 competitive events, where new players can join in at any time.
The game consists of non-violent shooting contests where players are tasked with challenges such as shooting player-colored bulls-eyes, cardboard criminals, and other inanimate objects. Targets include apples, balls, cars, piranhas, treasure chests and UFOs, to name a few.
Pole Position is an arcade racing simulation video game released by Namco in 1982. It is considered one of the most important titles from the golden age of arcade video games. The game was a major commercial success in arcades. After becoming the highest-grossing arcade game of 1982 in Japan, it went on to become the most popular coin-operated arcade game internationally in 1983. In North America, it was the highest-grossing arcade game for two years in 1983 and 1984 and still one of the top five arcade video games of 1985.
The object of the game is for Popeye the Sailor to collect a certain number of items dropped by Olive Oyl, depending on the level — 24 hearts, 16 musical notes, or 24 letters in the word HELP — while avoiding the Sea Hag, Bluto and other dangers. The player can make Popeye walk back and forth and up and down stairs and ladders with a 4-way joystick. There is a punch button, but unlike similar games of the period, no jump button.
Punch-Out!! is an 1984 arcade boxing video game by Nintendo. It was the first in a series of Punch-Out!! games.
The arcade game was a global commercial success, becoming the top-performing arcade game of 1984 in the United States. It produced an arcade sequel known as Super Punch-Out!!, a spin-off of the series titled Arm Wrestling, a highly popular version for the NES originally known as Mike Tyson's Punch Out!!, and Super Punch-Out!! for the SNES.
The arcade game introduced recurring video games characters such as Glass Joe, Piston Hurricane, Bald Bull, and Mr. Sandman. It was also the debut project at Nintendo for composer Koji Kondo, better known for his later contributions in the Super Mario and The Legend of Zelda series.
Revolution X is a shooting gallery video game developed by Midway and released in arcades in 1994. The game is themed around the Boston's own Aerosmith. The oppressive New Order Nation regime and their leader Helga have abducted Aerosmith, and players use a mounted gun to control onscreen crosshairs and shoot enemies. The members of Aerosmith are hidden throughout the game's international locales and must be found in order to receive the game's true ending. The arcade game was a critical and commercial success and features music by the band.
Shinobi (忍) is a side-scrolling hack and slash video game produced by Sega, originally released for arcades on the Sega System 16 board in 1987. The player controls ninja Joe Musashi, to stop the Zeed terrorist organization from kidnapping students of his clan.
Shinobi was a commercial success in arcades; it topped the monthly Japanese table arcade charts in December 1987, and became a blockbuster arcade hit in the United States, where it was the highest-grossing conversion kit of 1988 and one of the top five conversion kits of 1989. It was adapted by Sega to its Master System game console, followed by conversions to the Nintendo Entertainment System, PC Engine, and home computers.
Space Invaders is a 1978 shoot 'em up arcade video game developed by Tomohiro Nishikado. It was manufactured and sold by Taito in Japan, and licensed to the Midway division of Bally for overseas distribution. Space Invaders was the first fixed shooter and set the template for the genre. Space Invaders is considered one of the most influential video games of all time. It ushered in the golden age of arcade video games.
We've added a Freeplay and High Score capture card to the game that also has 7 additional games available to play on the Space Invaders cabinet. Those games are:
1. Space Invaders Deluxe
2. Lunar Rescue
3. Balloon Bomber
4. Jatre Specter
5. Space Laser
6. Galaxy Wars
7. Super Earth Invasion
|Star Wars Trilogy|
Star Wars Trilogy Arcade is an arcade game developed by Sega's AM Annex subsidiary and released in 1998. It is a 3D rail shooter based on the original trilogy of Star Wars films, released alongside their special editions. Accompanied by the Star Wars Trilogy pinball game, it is the second in Sega's Star Wars Arcade series; it is preceded by 1993's Star Wars Arcade and followed by 2000's Star Wars Racer Arcade.
Game is currently off site being serviced. We hope to have it at the arcade soon!
|Street Fighter II Arcade Game|
Street Fighter II: The World Warrior is a fighting game developed by Capcom and originally released for arcades in 1991. It is the second installment in the Street Fighter series and the sequel to 1987's Street Fighter. It is Capcom's fourteenth game to use the CP System arcade system board. Street Fighter II improved many of the concepts introduced in the first game, including the use of special command-based moves, a combo system, a six-button configuration, and a wider selection of playable characters, each with a unique fighting style.\n\nStreet Fighter II is regarded as one of the greatest video games of all time and the most important and influential fighting game ever made. Its launch is seen as a revolutionary moment within its genre, credited with popularizing the fighting genre during the 1990s and inspiring other producers to create their own fighting series. It sparked a renaissance for the arcade video game industry and impacted competitive video gaming and wider popular culture such as films and music.
Street Smart (ストリートスマート Sutorīto Sumāto) is a 1989 beat 'em up arcade game developed and published by SNK. The game's objective is to win money and glory on the streets all over the West. Taking place in a once-in-a-lifetime "Champion Tag Match in USA" tournament where players take the roles of two young hand-to-hand combat experts who have to brawl with the toughest street fighters of the entire nation.
|Super Hang On|
Super Hang-On is a motorcycle racing arcade game released by Sega, and the sequel to the acclaimed Hang-On. It uses a fully simulated motorcycle arcade cabinet, like the original game.
Surf Planet is a snowboarding game developed by the Spanish software company Gaelco and distributed by Atari. Surf Planet allows players to race down mountains against three other boarders, collecting “wax” for speed and points. Each track in Surf Planet features shortcuts, alternate paths, and stunts that can save players time but can also slow them down if they fail. There are three different slopes in Surf Planet, with a fourth bonus track if the first three are finished before time expires. Surf Planet the definitive 3-D snowboarding video game!
|Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time|
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time, is a beat 'em up arcade video game produced by Konami and released in 1991. A sequel to the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade game, it is a scrolling beat 'em up type game based mainly on the 1987 TMNT animated series. Originally an arcade game, Turtles in Time was ported to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1992 under the title Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time, continuing the numbering from the earlier Turtles games released on the original NES. That same year, a game that borrowed many elements, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Hyperstone Heist, was released for the Sega Genesis.
Tekken 2 is a fighting video game developed and published by Namco. The second entry in the Tekken series, it was originally released for arcades in 1995, and ported to the PlayStation a year later.
The Simpsons is an arcade beat 'em up developed and published by Konami released in 1991. It was the first video game based on the Simpsons franchise to be released in North America. The game allows up to four players to control members of the Simpson family as they fight various enemies to rescue the kidnapped Maggie. It was a commercial success in the United States, where it was one of the top three best-selling arcade video game machines of 1991, The game also features the television show's voice actors; Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright and Yeardley Smith reprising their respective roles as the Simpsons family.
|Time Crisis 3|
Nex Entertainment, Namco (2002)
Time Crisis 3 is a rail shooter arcade game and is the third installment of the Time Crisis series. Like its predecessor, Time Crisis II, it allows for two players to cooperate in a link play environment and has the Time Crisis signature pedal system for hiding and advancing and the first in the series to change or select weapons.
Time Pilot is a multidirectional shooter arcade game designed by Yoshiki Okamoto and released by Konami in 1982. While engaging in aerial combat, the player-controlled jet flies across open airspace that scrolls indefinitely in all directions. Each level is themed to a different time period.
Turbo (Japanese: ターボ, Hepburn: Tābo) is a racing game released in arcades in 1981 by Sega. Designed and coded by Steve Hanawa, the game received positive reviews upon release, with praise for its challenging and realistic gameplay, 2.5D color graphics with changing scenery. It topped the monthly Play Meter arcade charts in North America and ranking highly on the Game Machine arcade charts in Japan.
Turbo OutRun is a 1989 arcade racing game released by Sega. A follow-up to 1986's Out Run, it was released as a dedicated game, as well as an upgrade kit for the original Out Run board.
Like its predecessor, Turbo OutRun has players driving a Ferrari, this time a Ferrari F40. Players traverse a set route across the continental United States from New York City to Los Angeles. In addition to a time limit, Turbo OutRun also adds a computer-controlled opponent driving a Porsche 959. The "Turbo" in the title plays a factor as players can press a button to receive a brief turbo boost of speed. Various power-ups which increase the vehicle's attributes can be chosen at various stages of the game.
|WWF Super Stars|
WWF Superstars is a wrestling video game manufactured by Technōs Japan and released for arcades in 1989. It is the first WWF arcade game to be released. Players select two wrestlers to form a tag team. The playable wrestlers are Hulk Hogan, "Macho Man" Randy Savage, The Ultimate Warrior, Big Boss Man, "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan, and The Honky Tonk Man. Up to two players can play at once. The players take their team through a series of matches with other tag teams in New York City and then Tokyo.
|Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind|
The Close Encounters pinball machine, also known as the Close Encounters of the Third Kind pinball, was release by Gottlieb in August of 1978. This game was based off of Columbia Pictures’ hit movie, Close Encounters of the Third Kind. The pinball game was designed by Ed Krynski, with art by Gordon Morison.
It has a beautiful backglass and the ball drain makes you work harder for a fulfilling run, which can make playing it super addicting!
|Elton John - Platinum Edition|
Jersey Jack's (2023)
Featuring Elton John’s iconic songs, legendary performances, and dazzling stage presence, Elton John Pinball machine takes players on a pinball journey inspired by his illustrious career.
|Foo Fighters Pro|
More than two years in the making and with creative input from the band’s own Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel, Pat Smear, Chris Shiflett, Rami Jaffee, and the late, great Taylor Hawkins, Stern’s Foo Fighters is a top-shelf pinball machine—and so much more. An entire new universe has been developed with jaw-dropping hand-drawn artwork and custom animations including “Foo Fighters Saturday Morning Action Time!”—a fictional TV series chronicling the band’s quest to save rock and roll… AND THE WORLD! Join Foo Fighters on this rescue mission to thwart the evil, mysterious alien Overlord and his army of bots. Search the Area 51 upper playfield to break into and unleash pinball chaos. Jump in the van for a righteous tour of duty to save humanity from extinction and let rock rule!
In this monster-packed pinball adventure, players become Godzilla! The evil aliens, the Xiliens, use mind control rays to take control of the monsters King Ghidorah, Gigan, Megalon, Ebirah, and Titanosaurus. The Xiliens are demanding all of Earth’s resources. Godzilla and its allies, Mothra, Rodan, and Anguirus, battle the Xilien invasion with the goal of conquering Mechagodzilla to become King of the Monsters! Chaos and destruction ensue on the playfield with Godzilla multiball, started by shooting one of the various shots in and through the centrally located skyscraper.
|Guns N' Roses Limited Edition|
Jersey Jack's (2020)
Guns N' Roses Not in this Lifetime - Limited Edition from Jersey Jack Pinball. The songs in the game are primarily from the following four albums:
Appetite for Destruction, Use Your Illusion I, Use Your Illusion II, and Chinese Democracy. There are 21 songs in the game, and each song has its own rules and all are heavy on risk/reward (more on that below). The songs in the game include: Sweet Child O’ Mine, Welcome to the Jungle,
Paradise City, November Rain, Live and Let Die, Don’t Cry, You Could Be Mine, Civil War, COMA, Double Talkin’ Jive, Estranged, It’s So Easy, Mr. Brownstone, My Michelle, Nightrain, Out Ta Get Me, Rocket Queen, This I Love, Better, Chinese Democracy, Patience (this song is from G N’ R Lies, and is the only song that is not on the four albums featured in the game).
|James Bond 007 Pro|
Stern’s James Bond 007 pinball machine highlights film footage and iconic music from the films that built the 007 legend: Dr. No, From Russia With Love (1963), Goldfinger (1964), Thunderball (1965), You Only Live Twice (1967), and Diamonds Are Forever (1971). Players are immersed into the world of espionage in this action-packed pinball experience, tackling assignments, teaming up with key allies, and stopping SPECTRE’s villainous schemes.
Gather gadgets from Q Branch as pinballs get ejected through the roof of a custom sculpted Aston Martin DB5. Break through the Osato Chemicals drop targets to battle SPECTRE at the Bird 1 rocket base. And hold your breath on the gravity defying, magnetic jetpack as it transports pinballs across the playfield.
|Simpsons Pinball Party|
The adventures of America’s most colorful family, THE SIMPSONS, are transformed into a wild affair in STERN Pinball’s newest pinball machine, THE SIMPSONS/PINBALL PARTY. The game features many of THE SIMPSONS favorite characters on a two-level playfield, complete with game modes influenced by various classic SIMPSONS’ episodes.
The object of THE SIMPSONS/PINBALL PARTY™ is to help the citizens of Springfield to party like there’s no tomorrow. The game features a talking-moving Homer head and Bart on a skateboard attached to a captive ball feature, as well as Itchy & Scratchy drop targets and Comic Book Guy. The garage door in THE SIMPSONS‘ house leads to the second playfield level which features a dot matrix color television, a monorail that transports the ball across the playfield and a couch that when filled with three pinballs starts multi-ball.
|Stranger Things |
Experience the terrifying forces in Hawkins, Indiana that turn this small town “upside down” with supernatural elements, strange sightings, and government secrets. Stranger Things pinball machines will immerse players in a search to unravel the extraordinary mysteries and secret government experiments taking place at the Hawkins National Laboratory. The gameplay focuses on unlocking the hidden meanings of supernatural events occurring in and around the town, including the appearance of a girl known as “Eleven” with telekinetic abilities. The ball is wild as Mike, Lucas, Dustin, Will, Joyce, and Police Chief Jim Hopper help Eleven close the dimensional gate.
|Terminator 2: Judgement Day|
This is the first Williams designed pinball to make use of a DMD and the first to feature a video mode. Terminator 2: Judgement Day by Williams was developed from the famous sci-fi Terminator movie staring Arnold Schwarzenegger and utilizes the actors voice throughout gameplay.
|The Avengers: Infinity Quest|
Stern Pinball, Inc (2020)
For over 50 years the Avengers have delighted fans through comic books, television series and movies. In this pinball adventure, players will transform into their favorite Super Heroes as they battle Thanos and his minions across the cosmos. On his unrelenting quest for intergalactic omnipotent power, it’s a race to hunt down and recover the six Infinity Gems before Thanos gets his hands on them. It’s up to the player to stop Thanos and the Black Order from succeeding in this action-packed pinball experience.
Stern Pinball, Inc (2021)
The story of The Mandalorian is set after the fall of the Galactic Empire and before the emergence of the First Order. The series follows the travails of a lone gunfighter in the outer reaches of the galaxy, far from the authority of the New Republic.
In this action-packed pinball quest, players are transported to a galaxy far, far away as they play as the Mandalorian, teaming up with key allies and protecting Grogu, while battling dangerous enemies and forces across their journey.
The Mandalorian pinball is an epic game that combines the iconic Star Wars franchise with the action-packed world of The Mandalorian. Players embark on a journey across the galaxy as they battle stormtroopers, bounty hunters, and other enemies in fast-paced pinball gameplay. The game features stunning artwork and sound effects inspired by the show and the wider Star Wars universe, including a custom sculpted Grogu and an innovative "Moff Gideon's Imperial Cruiser." With multiple gameplay modes and unique features like a "Beskar Steel" ball lock mechanism, the Mandalorian Star Wars pinball machine is a must-play for fans of the franchise and pinball enthusiasts alike
Data East (1988)
Shoot the ramps and rollovers to spell STARWARP, then hit the center ramp transporter and beam yourself across the playfield for a million points. Travel from The '80s back to The '70s, The '60s, and The '50s, locking a pinball in each era, then unleash them for a three-ball multiball and a shot at the Jackpot. For more nostalgia, go to The '50s and the table turns into an old-fashioned electro-mechanical pinball, complete with old-school chimebox sound effects. Time Machine is fondly remembered for its blend of fast action, player-friendly design, and nostalgic fun.
Currently offsite being serviced but will be back soon.
|Toy Story 4 Limited Edition|
Jersey Jack's (2019)
Jersey Jack Pinball and Disney Pixar bring you the ultimate Toy Story adventure. Join Woody, Buzz, Bo Peep and the rest of the gang on a road trip to the carnival with Bonnie and Forky. The pinball machine features custom artwork and sound effects that immerse the player in the world of the movie. The limited edition version includes special features such as a spinning rocketship and an interactive Claw that can capture the ball.
Stern Pinball (2023)
Stern’s Venom pinball game immerses players into the mayhem of this antihero’s Marvel Universe, featuring more than 20 characters including: Eddie Brock, Flash Thompson, Gwen Stacy, Peter Parker, Black Suit Spider-Man, Miles Morales, Riot, Agony, Lasher, Phage, Doppelganger, Venomized Hulk, Venomized Wolverine and Venomized Captain America. Venom’s arch enemy Carnage is collecting Codices to awaken Knull, the God of the symbiotes. Venom must stop Carnage by battling through his army of symbiotes and the Infected to prevent him from taking over the world.
|Air Hockey (2 Tables)|
|Bruins vs. Canadiens - Bubble Hockey|
Super Chexx Pro - The next generation of bubble hockey. All new electronics, 5" LCD jumbotron that plays the national anthem before the start of each game, animated videos, live-action game calls, and LED lighting.
|Guitar Hero (Clone Hero)|
Srylain Inc. (2017)
Clone Hero is a freeware music rhythm video game created by Ryan Foster, first released in alpha on March 1, 2017, receiving a full release on November 29, 2022. The game is a clone of the Guitar Hero franchise with nearly identical gameplay. The main draw of the game is its ability to play community-made songs, which has resulted in a large fan community around the game as well as a resurgence in popularity for the genre.
|Hoop Fever (x2)|
If you are looking for a truly innovative concept in air hockey then look no further than Pac-Man Smash by Bandai Namco. This is a game that puts a new twist on the classic arcade game that will leave players wanting to play again while trying to catch their breaths at the same time.
Game is currently off site being serviced but will be back soon!
|Skee-Ball Xtreme (x3)|
Skee-Ball is an arcade game and one of the first redemption games. It is played by rolling a ball up an inclined lane and over a "ball-hop" hump (resembling a ski jump) that jumps the ball into bullseye rings. The object of the game is to collect as many points as possible by having the ball fall into holes in the rings which have progressively increasing point values the higher the ring is.
|Treasure Chest Claw Machine|
We have 1 Claw Machine on the floor at the arcade. This is the only game that we charge for beyond the $20 admission fee. The Claw Machine costs $2.00 and takes both bills and quarters (we have change at the front desk if you need it too). The game is also setup to play until you win a prize.
Our collection of arcade games has something for everyone, from timeless classics to the latest hits. With a carefully curated list of the best games, you're guaranteed to have an unforgettable time. Whether you're a seasoned gamer or a newcomer, you'll find endless hours of fun and excitement with our top-rated arcade games.
Big Buck Hunter
Big Buck Hunter Pro Open Season
Birdie King 3
Centipede / Millipede / Missle Command / Let's Go Bowling
Crazy Taxi 2
Cruisin' World (2 linked games)
Dance Dance Revolution 5th Mix
Donkey Kong 3
Donkey Kong Junior
Fast and the Furious
Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
Mario Bros 2
Ms. Pac Man
Need For Speed Underground
NHL Open Ice
Play Choice - 10
Point Blank 2
Star Wars Trilogy
Street Fighter II Arcade Game
Super Hang On
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time
Time Crisis 3
WWF Super Stars
Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind
Elton John - Platinum Edition
Foo Fighters Pro
Guns N' Roses Limited Edition
James Bond 007 Pro
Simpsons Pinball Party
Terminator 2: Judgement Day
The Avengers: Infinity Quest
Toy Story 4 Limited Edition
Air Hockey (2 Tables)
Bruins vs. Canadiens - Bubble Hockey
Guitar Hero (Clone Hero)
Hoop Fever (x2)
Skee-Ball Xtreme (x3)
Treasure Chest Claw Machine