Space Adventure Pinball Space Adventure Pinball is the space themed edition of the classic online pinball game in which you must keep a pinball within the play area hitting everything in sight to get points. Use the left trigger and right flippers to hit the pinball around the machine collecting points as you hit the ball into bumpers, cushions and bonus holes for extra points.

To get a high score you must hit the pinball into various objects whilst not letting the ball fall into the gutter in between your flippers. If the ball falls down the middle you will lose life’s and eventually the game. Have fun! Category: Arcade, Html5, Physics Tags: Ball, Gravity, Mobile, Score, Space
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As PAC-MAN you eat pellets, fruits and ghosts. Defeat real players around the world and become the biggest PAC-MAN of the maze! Avoid ghosts or become a ghost yourself!  PAC-MAN is the first game icon and one of the most popular video games in arcade history who has been inducted to World Video Game Hall of Fame. Reminisce the countless hours and quarters spent outrunning pesky ghosts and chompin’ on dots? Now you can have the same arcade excitement by playing!

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The Punisher Arcade 1993 Capcom

The Punisher Arcade (Hepburn: Panisshā) is a 1993 beat ’em up arcade game developed and released by Capcom.

It stars the Marvel Comics’ anti-hero the Punisher (Frank Castle) and co-stars S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Nick Fury as the second player’s character as they embark on a mission to kill the crime lord the Kingpin and bring down his organization. While following the same general formula as Capcom’s previous beat ’em ups, the game has a range of usable weapons and a comics-style presentation.

The Punisher Arcade is a beat ’em up where Punisher and Fury embark on a quest to thwart the New York crime lord Kingpin, engaging on various foes and stage bosses mostly in hand-to-hand combat. Several established Marvel Universe villains appear throughout the game, such as the Mafia captain Bruno Costa, Bonebreaker, Bushwhacker, Jigsaw, and the Kingpin himself as the final boss. As well as the standard punch and kick moves, [read more] each character also has a special attack. This move is powerful enough to fell several enemies at once, with the trade-off that each time a special attack is executed, some of the player’s energy is lost.

Both characters had a different way of defeating a boss. At the end of each level, the boss would be interrogated by the person who dealt the fatal blow. If Nick Fury dealt the fatal blow, he would interrogate, then knock out the opponent (if both characters were on screen for this, Punisher would usually make a “We should just kill him!” comment near the end of the interrogation). If The Punisher was the one who dealt the fatal blow, he would kill the opponent after the interrogation (if both characters were on screen at the time, Nick Fury would immediately scream “FRANK, NO!” or “Was that really necessary!?” as the kill happened.)

The Punisher Arcade follows the same side-scrolling beat’em up formula Capcom established in Final Fight and Captain Commando as the protagonists engage ordinary foes and stage bosses. As in most beat’em up games of this kind, progression through the game is achieved by systematically dispatching all common enemies and proceeding to the right (or left), and defeating the bosses met at the end of each stage. Unlike in Final Fight, the size, abilities and tactics of both player characters (the Punisher and Nick Fury) are essentially interchangeable; they both use the same basic moves, such as punches, kicks and throws, which can be chained into combos, as well as similar special attacks. Basic attacks can be combined to cause extra damage to enemies. The game is presented in a comic book-like style, including featuring on-screen onomatopoeias such as “BLAM!” for gunshots.[/read] Category: Action, Arcade, Fighting, Retro Tags: 2 Player, Beat em up, Boss, Capcom, Mafia
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The Final Round

The Final Round, known as “Hard Puncher – Blood Soaked Glory”, is a boxing arcade game released by Konami in 1988 and re-released by Taito in 2001.

A player selects one of two different boxers, and they fight another boxer in a three-round bout. If the player wins, he moves on to the next opponent, climbing the KBA (Konami Boxing Association) rankings along the way. If he loses, he can insert another coin for another chance (rematch). Fights can be won by either knockout, technical knockout or the judges’ decision.

Put yourself in the KBA boxing ring and prove yourself by fighting your way through the ranks of the KBA ranking until you’ve won the belt and are the champion! In the incredible The Final Round you first start by choosing your boxer from the lineup and then get limbered up to enter the ring and dance around opponents, avoiding their swings and landing as many punches as you can to try and knock them out!

When a one-player game is started, one of two different boxers can be selected by pressing the one or two player button. The player then allocates 100 points between three different skills (Speed, Power, and Stamina). A high “Speed” level makes a boxer move and punch faster. A high “Power” level makes a boxer cause more damage when punching, and a high “Stamina” level makes a boxer endure more damage and recover more energy after being knocked down.

When a two-player game is started, both boxers allocate their points and fight against each other. The winner stays, while the loser may get a rematch by inserting another coin. During a normal game, a second player can buy-in and challenge at any time (except during “training sessions”).

The player uses the joystick to move around the ring, as well as three buttons: face punch, body punch, and block punch. During a bout, the block punch button protects the player’s fighter from enemy attacks and switches the character’s guard between face and body each time it’s pressed. The two punch buttons may be used alternately to pull out combinations or a special, more powerful “Super Punch”. Category: Fighting, Retro, Sports Tags: 2 Player, Boxing, Champion, Konami, Taito
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Color Bump 3D

Color Bump 3D is a cool arcade game with retro graphics and bright vibrant colors. In this game, you must control a ball and try to avoid hitting any objects that are not the same color as the ball!  On your way, there are a few obstacles that you need to get through. There’s a small problem however, because you can only touch obstacles that are the same color as your ball. If you touch an obstacle with a different color, the game ends and you need to start from the beginning. There are 800 generated levels. How far can you get? CB 3D is a port of a popular mobile game that has finally found its way to the web. Color Bump 3D is a seemingly simple arcade game for mobile devices. Category: Arcade, Physics, Skill Tags: 3D, Ball, Chaos, Color, Object
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Table Tennis Ultimate

Table Tennis Ultimate Tournament is a great sports game, where you’ll be playing table tennis. Right at the beginning you can pick from 3 different options. You can either play a quick game, a smaller tournament, or a bigger tournament. Before the game, you pick from many known characters from your favorite fairy tales. A few of them are locked, but you can unlock them later. In the tournament, there will be a few rounds against both easy and hard opponents. Of course, you need to get through everyone who stands in your way and win the tournament. So come try it out! All Cartoon Network’s heroes have come together to participate in a great table tennis ultimate tournament.

Category: Html5, Physics, Sports Tags: Cartoon, Mobile, Tennis, Tournament, Ultimate
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Liquid Kids Arcade

Liquid Kids (ミズバク大冒険 Mizubaku Daibouken) is an arcade video game released by Taito in 1990. Liquid Kids is a single player platform game that features Hipopo, a platypus (referred to as a hippo) who must fight his way through a large number of enemy-packed levels in search of his missing girlfriend – rescuing other platypuses along the way. Your little platypus dude named Hipopo is on a long and dangerous mission to locate and save his kidnapped girlfriend and he needs your help! In the cool Liquid Kids you must take Hipopo on an adventure and use his cool water bombs to vanquish the plentiful enemies and keep battling on to save your girlfriend from a fate worse than death. Once your soaked enemies you can then follow up on them by kicking them to the curb! Category: Adventure, Arcade, Retro Tags: Boss, Cartoon, Cute, Taito, Toy
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In The Hunt

In the Hunt (Kaitei Daisensou) is a horizontal scrolling shooter arcade game by Irem. It was released in 1993 and later published to the Sega Saturn, the PlayStation and Windows 95 for the PC by Kokopeli. A Super NES version was in development, with a playable version appearing at a Consumer Electronics Show, but it was never completed. The player takes the role of a submarine in underwater environments. There are a total of six levels in the game. The game was developed by the team who would go on to create GunForce 2 for Irem and the Metal Slug series for SNK.In the Hunt was a port of a little known arcade game from 1993 that came years after the heyday of the shooter.Like most Irem shooters In the Hunt is ridiculously difficult.

Category: Retro, Shooting, War Tags: 16-bit, 2 Player, Hunt, Irem, Rom Source:

Mortal Kombat 2

Mortal Kombat 2 (commonly abbreviated as MKII) is a fighting game originally produced by Midway for the arcades in 1993. It was later ported to multiple home systems, including the PC, Amiga, Game Boy, Sega Game Gear, Sega Genesis, Sega Saturn, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, and various PlayStation consoles, mostly in licensed versions developed by Probe Entertainment and Sculptured Software and published by Acclaim Entertainment (currently distributed by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment). notably introducing more varied finishing moves (including several Fatalities per character and new finishers, such as Babality and Friendship) Category: Arcade, Fighting, Retro Tags: 4 Player, Acclaim, Midway, Nintendo, Warnerbros
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Vigilante Arcade

Vigilante Arcade is a 1988 beat ’em up arcade game developed and published by Irem in Japan and Europe and published in North America by Data East. It is considered as a spiritual sequel to Irem’s earlier Kung-Fu Master.
The game takes place in downtown New York City. The game’s plot involves a lone, professional martial artist who became a vigilante to fight an evil gang called the Skinheads ruled by a man known as the Giant Devil, in order to protect his “turf” and save a female hostage named Madonna, who was kidnapped by them. Sometimes you can pick up some nunchucks to beat-up the enemies instead of using your fists and feet. Puplisher: Irem

Category: Arcade, Fighting, Retro Tags: 16-bit, Data East, Hostage, Irem, Kung Fu
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Backflipper is a sports game in which you need to make backflips. It is similar in gameplay to Flip Diving and Flip Master, and is made by MotionVolt . This time, you are challenged to do backflips on top of various platforms! You need to flip beautifully and land perfectly to get a good score. Earn money as you play and unlock more locations with beautiful views. Category: Physics, Skill, WebGL Tags: Addicting, Air, Cartoon, Flip, MotionVolt, Pixel
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Sonic the Hedgehog 2

Sonic the Hedgehog 2 is a platform game developed and published by Sega for the Sega Genesis console, released worldwide in November 1992. It is the second main entry in the Sonic the Hedgehog series, and introduced Sonic’s sidekick, Miles “Tails” Prower, controllable by a second player. In the story, Sonic and Tails must stop series antagonist Dr. Ivo Robotnik from stealing the Chaos Emeralds to power his space station, the Death Egg. The staff increased the speed of Sonic the Hedgehog 2 in comparison to its predecessor. As with the first installment, the soundtrack was composed by Masato Nakamura.

Category: Adventure, Retro Tags: 16-bit, Hit, Sega, Sonic, Star
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The King of Fighters 95

The King of Fighters 95 is the second game in The King of Fighters series. It’s also the first game in the series to be ported to other home consoles besides the Neo Geo AES and Neo Geo CD, with versions released for the PlayStation and the Sega Saturn in 1996. The PlayStation version was published in North America and the PAL region by Sony Computer Entertainment Inc., while the Saturn version (which required a ROM cartridge that came packaged with the game disc) was only released in Japan and Europe by SNK. A Game Boy game based on The King of Fighters ’95 was also released. A possible bootleg Famicon release, mistakenly titled “The King of Fighters ’99”, was also made. This game is the first chapter of the story arc “Orochi Saga”.

Category: Arcade, Fighting Tags: 16-bit, Beat em up, neo, Neo Geo, Rom
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Short Life

Short Life by Miniclip  is an awesome platform game with a unique twist – you must control our hero and attempt to guide him through a series of different levels. This might sound conventional, but you must also guide him safely without causing him harm or dislodging any of his limbs! The game  has 16 fun levels to complete and you can gain a star rating for each level. Watch out for various obstacles on each level – you must avoid contact with spikes, jump over mines and look out for other devastating traps. The various traps will cause unimaginable harm to your hero – mines for example will blow your character into tiny gory pieces! This game requires great timing and reflexes and is a huge amount of fun!

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Elevator Action Returns

Elevator Action Returns , released as Elevator Action II in North America, is a side-scrolling action game by Taito Corporation originally released for the arcades in 1994 as a sequel to the 1983 arcade game Elevator Action. Elevator Action Returns retains the elevator-based gimmick from the original, but expands the gameplay system and replaces the spy motif with a new scenario involving a paramilitary team fighting against a terrorist group.

The mostly well-received game was ported to the Sega Saturn and released as a Japan-only title named Elevator Action² Returns in 1997, and later included in Taito Legends 2 compilation release for the PlayStation 2, Windows and Xbox in 2006.

Category: Action, Retro, Shooting Tags: 16-bit, 2 Player, Dynamite, Taito, Terrorist Source: ⏩⏩⏩ ⏪⏪⏪ is an Online robot game. Select the game mode that you like to play in and get ready. In the game you control a mighty robot that needs to eliminate other robots in the arena. Collect scattered power-ups to make your robot stronger. When level up, you can gain a random perk. Use the gold that you earn to buy stronger robots. The 3D arena is filled with futuristic killing machines. In Warbot io, you can acquire special upgrade capsules during battle. VulcanBot fires quickly, and MissileBot unleashes homing missiles. Drench foes in flames in Play against up to 100 other players in a variety of gameplay modes.

Category: IO, Multiplayer, Shooter Tags: Collect, Futuristic, Robot, Sci-Fi Source:

Thor Boss Battles

Help Thor battle against the villainous Grandmaster in Marvel Thor Boss Battles. The relics inside odin’s value was stolen by the Grandmaster. Now you must adventure together with Thor as he battle Loki, Enchantress, and Hela in each of the stages. Your main objective will be to protect yourself from your enemies as Thor who has his magical hammer to fight with. With this hammer, you can do tricks you couldn’t even dream of. You need to get an Asgard relic that is being held by your brother Loki. It’s up to you whether or not you’re ready to have some fun! There are many fights to be had, so enjoy it while it lasts.

Category: Action, Marvel, Movie Tags: Battle, Protect, Teleport, Thor Source:

Super Mario Bros 3

Super Mario Bros 3 is a platform video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). Super Mario Bros. 3 centers on plumbers Mario and Luigi who embark on a quest to save Princess Toadstool and the rulers of seven different kingdoms from the antagonist Bowser and his children, the Koopalings. The player, as Mario or Luigi, is able to defeat enemies by stomping them or using items that bestow magical powers. Mario and Luigi are given a wider range of abilities than in previous Super Mario games, including flying or sliding down slopes. In addition, Super Mario Bros. 3 introduces numerous elements, such as new enemy characters and the use of a world map to transition between levels, that have reappeared in or have influenced subsequent Mario games.

Category: Adventure, Retro Tags: Jump n Run, Mario, Nintendo, Princess Source: is an intense sea battle game in which you compete against other players from around the world. The goal is to destroy your enemies’ base! You need to move the big bomb to the enemy’s headquarters by picking up the mine crates; the bomb moves closer with each crate you pick up. In you can level up your boat by collecting enough experience crates. At certain levels, your boat is upgraded with a better cannon. Shoot down big cannons and other players on the map. You have limited ammo but you can always restock by picking up the ammo crates. Don’t let the enemies get in your way to glory!

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Feudal Wars

Feudal Wars is an epic online military RTS game (Age of Empires Clone) in which you must build and command your very own army to fight other players around the world. You must build a variety of different structures such as resource production facilities, military training facilities and research facilities in Feudal Wars – each building has a different use and will help contribute to your economy and army. Train and research new units and use them to conquer territories and enemy bases. Think carefully about how you deploy your forces and always consider your strategy. This game has fantastic and simple RTS gameplay and lets you choose from a range of different kingdoms to control. Can you conquer the land and show your military skill?

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Shinobi is a side scrolling action game produced by Sega originally released for the arcades in 1987. The player controls a modern day ninja named Joe Musashi who has to stop a terrorist organization named “Zeed” who are kidnapping his students of his clan. Was later adapted by Sega to their Master System game console, followed by licensed conversions for other platforms such as the Nintendo Entertainment System, PC Engine, and various home computers, as well as downloadable emulated versions of the original arcade game for the Wii and Xbox 360. The success of Shinobi inspired the development of various sequels and spin offs.

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R-Type Leo

R-Type Leo ( Aru Taipu Reo) is a 1992 horizontally scrolling shooter arcade game developed by Nanao and published by Irem. R-Type Leo is also the last R-Type game to be released in the arcades, as subsequent games were created for consoles. It was also never ported to any consoles, and only received consumer release in Dotemu’s Irem Arcade Hits pack for Windows computers, published in 2013. It’s a straight emulation, but the packed-in emulator isn’t as solid as MAME. Released only in arcades, R-Type Leo deviates from the normal R-Type style by removing the use of both the Force and the Wave Cannon. The new weapons are Force Bits (later identified in R-Type Final as “Psy Bits”) which carry similar firepower to the main ship.

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Rastan Saga released as Rastan outside of Japan, is a fantasy-themed side-scrolling action game originally released for the arcades in 1987 by Taito and later ported to various platforms. Rastan features five levels of hacking and slashing gameplay with a boss at the end of each level. Numerous enemies assault you on your journey such as flying demons, chimeras, valkyries, piranhas, skeleton undead and more. Fight through to the end and save the land of Lograth from certain doom. The game features different weapons such as axes, maces and fire swords, each with its own attributes like extended range or attack power. Armour can also be picked up in the forms shields, cloaks and armour, reducing the damage from enemy attacks. Other items include rings (increase the speed of your weapon) and jewelery for bonus points.

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Connect 4 WebGL

Connect 4 WebGL is a two player board game similar to Tic-Tac-Toe. Each player takes turns dropping a colored disc into a board that has 7 vertical columns and 6 horizontal rows. The goal of the game is to connect four pieces of the same color–vertically, horizontally, or diagonally–before the other player does so. The game ends in a tie if neither player connects four when all the 42 board positions are filled up. The first player begins by dropping his/her yellow disc into the center column of the game board. The two players then alternate turns dropping one of their discs at a time into an unfilled column, until the second player, with red discs, achieves four discs in a row, diagonally, and wins. If the game board fills before either player achieves four in a row, then the game is a draw.

Category: Board, Multiplayer, WebGL Tags: 2Player, Brain, Color, Duel Source:

Flip Diving

In Flip Diving, you can pull off Frontflips, Backflips, Triple flips even Quadruple Flips! Running from high bluffs to feeble stages, From trees, strongholds, and into trampolines! Such a large number of unlockable characters to browse. Watch them flip tumble and survive slippery hops. Including a custom material science motor with energized ragdoll material science, Flip Diving from Miniclip is the most unique and engaging precipice jumping background at any point made! Flip Diving’s gameplay is fun and simple. Be that as it may, getting the huge score takes hone! Luckily you can do everything with one tap of a finger. Time your finger holds well to pull off turns and flips while you’re in mid air. The higher the stage you achieve, the more drawn out time you need to continue turning your character.

Category: Arcade, Physics, Sports, WebGL Tags: Flip, Miniclip, Olympic, Ragdoll, Unique Source: