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List of arcade video games

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List of arcade video games

This is a list of PC or console games unless they were also released in video arcades. See lists of video games for related lists.

Further reading

  • Arcade Games, by Jon Blake
  • Arcade Mania!: The Turbo-charged World of Japan's Game Centers, by Brian Ashcraft
  • The Encyclopedia of Arcade Video Games, by Bill Kurtz
  • The First Quarter: A 25 Year History of Video Games, by Steven L. Kent
  • Gamester's Guide to Arcade Video Games, by Paul Kordestani
  • Game Over, by David Sheff
  • Playing the Past: History and Nostalgia in Video Games, edited by Zach Whalen, and Laurie N. Taylor
  • The Rough Guide To Videogames, by Karen Berens and Geoff Howard
  • Ultimate Supercade: A Visual History of the Videogame Age 1971–1984, by Van Burnham
  • The Ultimate History of Video Games, by Steve L. Kent

Magazines

See also

External links

  • Arcade games at DMOZ
  • Killer List of Video Games, arcade game information
  • Arcade-History.com, most authoritative source of arcade game information
  • Starcade list of the 138 games showcased in their 139 episodes, with fliers pics and video.
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