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The most popular coin-op conversion games

Arcades were extremely popular in the 80s and the 90s. Before poker machines and things like that, people used to go to pubs or arcades to play video games called coin ops (coin operated machines). Almost all of them were converted to consoles or home computers.
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Mortal Kombat 2

DOS1994protected4/5 Midway Manufacturing Company
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R-Type

DOS19894/5 Irem Software Engineering
R-Type is a horizontally scrolling shoot 'em up developed and published by Irem in 1987. The game quickly gained popularity for its challenging gameplay and impressive graphics at the time. R-Type is known for its tough and memorable enemy designs, as well as challenging boss battles. The game features various power-ups that enhance the player...
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Shinobi

DOS19893.9/5 Sega
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Cisco Heat

DOS19914.3/5 Jaleco
Cisco Heat is an abandoned racing game set in North America developed by Jaleco and released by Image Works in 1991 for DOS and other platforms. Cisco Heat was converted from the original arcade version. The difference between other similar racing games of the time is that the player drives a police car.
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Marble Madness

DOS19873.7/5 Atari
Marble Madness is an abandoned isometric action game designed by Mark Cerny and originally published by Atari as a successful and iconic arcade game. It was later converted for many platform in 1986 and for IBM PCs in 1987 by Atari.
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Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom

DOS19843.5/5 Sega
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The Typing of the Dead

Windows XP/98/9519993.6/5 Smilebit
The Typing of the Dead is a unique video game that is essentially a typing version of the classic rail shooter arcade game The House of the Dead. It was first released in 1999 as an arcade machine and later for other platforms.In The Typing of the Dead, players use a keyboard to eliminate oncoming waves of zombies and other creatures by typing word...
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Bomb Jack

DOS19844.3/5 Tecmo
Bomb Jack is a classic arcade platform game developed and published by Tecmo in 1984. The goal of the game is to collect bombs while avoiding enemies; the whole game takes place in a fixed screen. Bomb Jack for DOS is a conversion from the arcade original version. The arcade and the conversions were a huge commercial success.
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Taito's Super Space Invaders

DOS19914.2/5 Taito
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Bionic Commando

DOS19883.3/5 Capcom
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Q*Bert

DOS19843.9/5 Parker Brothers
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Stargate

DOS19833.6/5 Williams Entertainment
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Daytona USA

Windows XP/98/9519943/5 Sega
Daytona USA is an arcade racing game that was originally released by Sega in 1993. It quickly became one of the most iconic and influential racing games of its time. The game was designed by Toshihiro Nagoshi and developed by Sega AM2, a division of Sega known for creating innovative and visually impressive games.The game features three distinct tr...
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Aaargh

DOS19883.3/5 Binary Design
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The Simpsons

DOS19913.8/5 Konami
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Pit Fighter

DOS19913.8/5 Atari
Pit Fighter is an arcade-style fighting game that was originally released in arcades in 1990 by Atari Games. It was later ported to various home gaming platforms, including DOS, the Sega Genesis, Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), and others. It was one of the first arcade games to feature digitized live-action charactersThe game is a...
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Action Fighter

DOS19893.9/5 Sega
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Yie Ar Kung Fu

DOS19853.8/5 Konami
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Puzznic

DOS19904.2/5 Taito
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Tapper

DOS19843.9/5
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Qix

DOS19894.1/5 Taito
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Karnov

DOS19873.5/5 Data East
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BurgerTime

DOS19823.8/5 Data East
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Klax

DOS19903.8/5 Atari
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Rush'n Attack

DOS19894/5 Konami
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Robotron 2084

DOS19833.9/5 Williams Entertainment
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Joust VGA

DOS1990remake4.4/5