Brand New Classic Arcade Games!

Welcome to GUSCADE, home of the highest quality classic arcade machines! We stock many popular all NEW arcade classics. We offer various titles that are BRAND NEW enhanced classic arcade games, just like you remember them! Everything on the machine is completely new and reliable. All games can be wired for FREE PLAY or they can be set up to accept quarters. We are always adding new classic games to our inventory, so please click the button below to view our catalog:

Latest Games

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Jaws Limited Edition:

  • Limited to 75 units globally
  • Shark fin speaker grill
  • Exclusive custom themed cabinet artwork
  • Sequentially numbered plate
  • Custom autographed inside of cabinet

This game was remembered for its good player graphics, the skate trails, and the Zamboni that cleaned the ice after games. Hat Trick, despite its simple skate, shoot, and save game play, was considered one of the better sports games of the early 1980’s.

The game was simple you controlled a frog with the joystick moving up, down, left, or right. The game requires you to get your frog safely to the other side while avoiding cars, trucks, snakes, alligators, otters, disappearing lily pads. The game is all about timing and being patient. Although if you safely make it to the frogs home on the other side quickly you will be rewarded bonus points. Other ways to rack up bonus points is by rescuing your frog friend or eating a fly.

The object is to clear each level of cherries and/or monsters. The monsters may be killed by hitting them with your power ball which bounces through the paths, taking unpredictable directions at junctions or dropping an apple onto them. The level is also over if you complete the EXTRA box or collect the diamond which appears very infrequently ‘Special’, awards an extra credit.

Two teammates play against two people on the opposing team. Each team also has a goalie & between periods you can change your current players to put fresh legs out on the ice.

The object of the game is to score the most points. You can control speed and angle of your shots by holding the Shoot button and opponents can be checked by pressing Pass and Turbo. The goalies are controlled by the CPU and can be tough. There are no penalties here so it is a fight to the finish.

You play the part of a barbarian warrior trying to reclaim the land from an evil Dominator and his legions of minions. You have to fight your way through 27 rounds using a unique weapon that has a lethal razor sharp disk that is thrown at enemies!

The game play is rather simple yet unique controls where you only have two rectangular action buttons. A red button which shifts red things and a blue button which shifts blue things. The game features fun various changing levels where some you need to place eggs into baskets, others rescuing chicks, & some placing the chicks into their safety resting area.

Make your way through a varied and interesting selection of levels to defeat the boss at the end. Along the way, pick up the coins from defeated enemies and treasure chests to spend at the various stores. The purchase of weapon power-ups are highly favorable since they will remain with you for the rest of the game. The game is very player-friendly in that it allows continued play from several places within each level.

You have these levers which can alter the maze and temporarily keep the enemies away from killing you. Prior to the enemies coming out of it’s area the outside of the maze has a count down timer indicating when they will start to be released. Skulls are helpful so long as you don’t touch them, however it will kill the enemies if they touch them. Once all of the enemies are released on the level the inside area will have a bonus vegetable which will temporarily freeze the enemies once it’s touched, and award you with bonus points. As you continue to move through the levels the point value of the vegetable / item will increase by 500 points, however once you hit level 18 it will max out at 9500 points. You also have letters in the game which if you collect the red letters it will spell out SPECIAL, collecting the yellow letters spells out EXTRA.

Compete in Olympic events. You must qualify in each event to move onto the next. Hit the two run buttons to build up speed and use action button to jump or throw. The events are: 100m Dash, Long Jump, Javelin, 110m Hurdles, Hammer Throw, & High Jump.

The player must use a trackball to direct the head of a clown named Jaxson De Box (who has the ability to stretch his neck extremely far) around the screen, while eating the various snacks that emerge from the holes in the walls on the left and right sides of the screen, with a single button to make him sneeze away bad things like green peppers, and all the while rebounding his nose so that it does not shatter the window behind him and cost him a life.

The game’s controls consist of an eight-way joystick and two buttons for shooting and jumping. Pressing both buttons simultaneously will cause the player character to perform a stampede attack, do a spinning jump, or use any equipped item like dynamite sticks and tomahawk blades. The player can uncover a variety of power-up items by shooting flying chickens, which includes a rapid-fire Machine Gun and a Power-Up for wider bullets. Unlike Sunset Riders, the player has a three-unit life gauge that allows the player to take three hits before losing a life.

This is a two-player team effort game. Both eight-way joysticks have a button on top to grab onto to poles and swing-kick your opponent. Each Ninja has five techniques: the Triple Blow combo, the Flying Neck throw, the Hang Kick, the Phoenix back flip, and the Tight Rope technique. Players can throw their opponents into trash cans or phone booths to break the items and reveal a secret bonus inside.

The object is to fight your way through six U.S. cities to collect items, destroy the assassination squads, and defeat the end bosses. The game ends when you defeat the head boss in the last stage, and the Ninja finally goes back to his homeland in Japan. As always, he lives happily ever after, until another group of terrorists try to rule the world.

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