Tag Archives: arcade

Rat Attack! is a very simple game. It’s a traditional arcade-style game where you control a cat and draw boxes to capture rats before dropping them off in a trap. After collecting so many, it’s off to the next level to do the…

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Considering that the original Asteroids just consisted of simple with a white outline, it’s a very impressive feat that the N64 version of the game manages to look worse. The background is a dark and generic starfield, there’s a planet in the corner…

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Like Paperboy, this is another sequel to a classic game that annoyingly just uses the original name – although in this case it’s only outside of Japan, as it was called Space Invaders X (on other platforms, the N64 version wasn’t released there).…

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At this point, Namco Museum was a series with multiple volumes on the PlayStation, each featuring six classic Namco arcade games. The six chosen for the N64 is a particularly strong selection, with some very popular games – not having a volume number…

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A mahjong game for the Aleck 64 arcade system. This is part of a series that started in 1987 and is still getting the occasional release – including a recent compilation on Switch of most of the numbered titles (so not including this…

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A game running on Seta’s N64-based Aleck 64 arcade cabinet, this is something that Nintendo probably wouldn’t have allowed on the N64 itself – a porn game. Throughout the game, you’ll get to see three images of each of the 8 girls in…

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In July 1998, the first arcade game on the Aleck 64 arcade cabinet. This cabinet was built by Seta using the Nintendo 64 as a basis – the only hardware difference is a bit of extra RAM. Technically, these games will boot up…

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Some arcade games are great for playing for hours, making home console ports good ways to play. Others are fun for 10 minute bursts and you see how soulless they are if you sit down for much longer. Rampage is one of the…

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Star Trek: Voyager: The Arcade Game is a light gun arcade game that is very much an arcade light gun game first and a Star Trek game second. The game is roughly half an hour long, although you can take different routes and…

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Another obscure Star Trek game. This one was made as a cabinet made for the Federation Trading Post in Berkeley, California. You played as the Enterprise trying to fire phasers and torpedoes at a Klingon D6. Every now and then, a cloaked Romulan…

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