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Author: Lowry Parcade

Gauntlet Legends

Oh, no! Garm’s about to summon Skorne! Can you defeat the bosses, get the keys, and banish his demon butt back to the underworld? In this classic Atari entry from 1998, join up to 3 of your friends for some hack & slash action with a D&D flair!

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Galaga

Marketed as the “New Generation Multi-Stage Space Challenge,” this game wowed gamers from the early 80’s with fast-moving, colorful targets and quick, satisfying gameplay which remains fun and intensely challenging to this day.

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Terminator 2: Judgment Day Pinball

Take control of a T-800 android (in the form of a tiny metal ball, of course) and take the fight to your own kind to save the future! (Or the past? Present?)

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Xenon Pinball

Did you know this is the first game with a female speaking voice? This retro-futuristic pinball machine, with theming reminiscent of 1927’s Metropolis, featured the voice work of Suzanne Ciani and was lauded for opening a new chapter in the coin-op game industry.

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Donkey Kong

Mario’s lady troubles didn’t start with the NES—oh no, he was dealing with random dudes stealing his women as early as 1981, when Donkey Kong decided to make off with Pauline. What’s worse is that the gorilla can’t even chill when he’s been caught, and you gotta vault over all sorts of crap he throws in your way! It’s a good thing he eventually abandoned his kidnapping ways. Too bad Bowser still hasn’t gotten the memo.

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NBA Jam

Ready for some 1-on-1 or 2-on-2 B-ball arcade action? Midway’s first arcade foray into the world of NBA would become so popular that it’d spin off into an entire franchise … And we have the critically-acclaimed classic that started it all.

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Ms. Pac-Man

This lady’s got it all … She’s nothing but curves, has a great sense of style, and was one of the first female protagonists in video games. Relive the days of the early 80’s with this golden classic … Without any of the ridiculous hairstyles or legwarmers.

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Jurassic Park Pinball

Right after the movie came out in the early 90’s, literally everyone and their brother hopped on the Jurassic Park bandwagon with easy merchandising and obvious cash-grabs. Not this pinball cabinet, though—it features some seriously impressive mechanics and attention to detail. You’ll have a blast from the past with this one (the very distant past!).

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Tales from the Crypt Pinball

Don’t be frightened by this game’s ghoulishly great appeal—enjoy some frightful fun at with the Cryptkeeper with this punny 1993 classic!

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