Brand New Classic Arcade Games!
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Arkanoid uses a spinner / dial controller. The player controls the “Vaus”, a space vessel that acts as the game’s “paddle” which prevents a ball from falling from the playing field, attempting to bounce it against a number of bricks. The ball striking a brick causes the brick to disappear. When all the bricks are gone, the player goes to the next level, where another pattern of bricks appears. There are a number of variations (bricks that have to be hit multiple times, flying enemy ships, etc.) and power-up capsules to enhance the Vaus (expand the Vaus, multiply the number of balls, equip a laser cannon, break directly to the next level, etc.), but the game play remains the same.
The object is to complete the varying legs of the patrol course as quickly as you can while avoiding rocks, craters, mines, and attacks from enemy craft. Your buggy has two guns: a short-range cannon that fires ahead of you and an anti-aircraft gun that fires upwards. You can use the cannon to blast away rocks that block your progress. Most rocks will crumble in one hit, but large ones will need two hits. There are also tiny rocks that can only be destroyed with precision shooting otherwise, you will have to jump it.
In the game Punch-Out!! the player must time his punches, dodges and blocks in order to defeat the opposing boxer. Hints are given as to the opponent’s next move by subtle eye changes (the whites of the eyes flash yellow), but the player must ultimately predict what moves the opponent will make and react appropriately.
A puzzle game where seven different types of blocks continuously fall from above and you must arrange them to make horizontal rows of bricks. Completing any row causes those blocks to disappear and the rest above move downwards completing four rows at once is called a Tetris. The blocks above gradually fall faster and the game is over when the screen fills up and blocks can no longer fall from the top.
You play as Indiana Jones using your trusty whip. The music which plays in the background will sound extremely familiar, which was music from the film. Whip everything that moves, even things that do not move. Whip Thuggee guards, ride in a mine cart, escape on the rope bridge and face Mola Ram be sure to grab the Sankara stones!
Contra consists of eight stages six side-scrolling stages and two behind-the-back stages. Along the way players can collect additional weapons such as a machine gun, a shotgun, a laser gun, a flamethrower, etc. You play as either Soldiers Private First Class Bill Rizer or Private First Class Lance Bean.
Elevator Action is a fun game while you attempt to get the secret documents safely to the bottom. You are Agent 17 codename: “Otto”. Your mission is to secure all top secret documents from a 30-floor security building and escape in a getaway car waiting in the garage at the very bottom of the building.
Rock-Ola before the video game craze really made mainly jukeboxes. But they did release a few classic games, one of which in 1982 was Nibbler. The game was the first video game to break the possibility of being able to score over 1 billion points. Nibbler was yet another maze type game involving a snake which slithered it’s way to growing while you collected items on the level. You needed to avoid hitting your own body, while rushing to try to not have time run out. As the levels continue Nibbler gets faster making him more difficult to control. If you hit any of the corners of the levels he will continue moving. If you hit any other wall he will come to a dead stop, but mind you the time will surely start to wind down quickly. You must gather all the items on the level to complete and move on. Nibbler also found it’s way onto other consoles and many other knock off versions of Nibbler often labeled as “Snake” even made it to various cell phones such as the Nokia.
Simultaneous play two players, one controlling a blue Superman character and one controlling a red Superman character, team up to save the world from conquest by battling against the evil super-powered aliens.
Each player uses a joystick to move his Superman character while walking, hovering or in flight. Two buttons aside each joystick are used to throw punches, kick, or emit heat vision, a high-intensity laser which destroys all in its path. By pressing the punch button and holding it momentarily, Superman can throw a blast punch.
In this fantasy adventure maze game, there are four different player characters who each have different powers and/or weapons. The Warrior who wields a battle axe the Elf who carries a bow and arrows the Wizard who uses magic and the Valkyrie who uses a sword and a shield.
The four players move through mazes searching for various items and killing monsters. The Warrior does the most damage. The Elf does the least damage but is the fastest. The Wizard can do the most damage with potions. The Valkarie is a good combination of strength and speed. Potions found wipe out varying amounts of enemies and enemy generators, depending on which player uses it. A player starts with a certain number of health points by putting quarters in the machine. These tick down with time and damage from enemies. Food replenishes them. Treasure counts for points. The game has no ultimate goal to be reached.
Steer your marble to the end of the course using the trackball in the minimum amount of time. Watch out for other inhabitants that try to slow you down or bump you off – the marble munchers, the steelie, the vacuum, etc. You have an infinite number of lives, but getting killed loses you valuable time. On the “silly level” almost all of the rules are reversed. Some levels have alternate paths to the goal. If you run out of time before you complete a course, the game ends – but sometimes you will be “charmed” with extra time. Each level has its own audio score.
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