It was an upright arcade game, but played like a board game. You and some (allegedly) hyper intelligent extraterrestrial take turns placing tokens (colonies, energy nodes, whatever) on a series of boards that change from round to round. Tokens next to the token you place get 'flipped' to your color. There was console art depicting spacey aliens with pseudopods. [more inside]
Can you identify this 1980s arcade game featuring a tank? [more inside]
OldArcadeGameFilter: I'm trying to find a video/arcade game that my mom used to love back in the mid-1980s. [more inside]
What is the best way to transport a an arcade game cabinet (Ms. Pac-Man, if you must know) across town and then up the stairs? [more inside]
Help me remember that arcade-game-name filter... [more inside]
Does anyone know where I can find a Tron arcade game to play in the Chicago area? I know about MAME, but it's not the same without the stick, dial, etc. I watched the movie the other night and I must play the game.
Please help me recall an old arcade game I played as a kid. [more inside]
I fondly remember an arcade game from my childhood at the local junk-food kiosk, but I can not remember the name. I have tried to search Google, but I have not found anything. The game, as I remember it, was a side-scrolling shoot ‘em up. You flew planes (1 player or 2 players) and on the ground beneath you dinosaurs where actively trying to kill you with their prehistoric might. [more inside]
Name that classic arcade game! [more inside]
Anyone remember the name of this classic arcade game? [more inside]
I'm looking for the name of/info on a mid-eighties side-scrolling arcade game... [more inside]
What arcade machine is this? [more inside]
Arcade filter: I collect and restore arcade games and pinball machines. I'm always looking for more games, and the main way I find them is by watching the classified ads. What are the best classified ad search engines for both online ads and newspaper ads? Can anyone suggest a better way to find games?