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The best 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.

Most popular coin-op conversion applications

Virtua Cop 2
shooterWindows XP/98/95
Crazy Taxi
racingWindows XP/98/95

Coin-op conversion applications

  • space-ace-2-02
    DOS19913.7/5 ReadySoft
  • space_harrier-1
    DOS19893.7/5 Sega

    Space Harrier is a 3rd-person view rail-shooter developed by Sega in 1985. Space Harrier was a hit in the arcades, and later it was converted for a number of platforms, including DOS (4 years later!). The sequels - Space Harrier 3D and Space Harrier II - were never ported to DOS.

  • marble-madness-03
    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.

  • indianatempledoom-1
  • dragons-lair-1-1
    DOS1989protected3.7/5 Sullivan Bluth Interactive Media
  • pit-fighter-03
    DOS19913.7/5 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...

  • hard-drivin-06
    DOS19903.7/5 Atari
  • heavy-barrel-02
    DOS19893.6/5 Data East
  • stun-runner-03
    DOS19903.6/5 Atari
  • ikari-warriors-2-03
    DOS19883.6/5 SNK Corporation
  • afterburner-1
    DOS19893.6/5 Sega

    After Burner is an abandoned DOS combat flight simulation game with elements of rail shooters, with similarities to earlier Sega titles like Space Harrier. After Burner was designed by Yu Suzuki and developed by Sega as a coin-op and then converted to various home computers and consoles in 1989.

  • skyshark-04
    DOS19893.6/5 Toaplan
  • rastan-05
    DOS19903.6/5 Taito
  • strider-2
    DOS19893.6/5 Capcom
  • stargate-1
    DOS19833.5/5 Williams Entertainment
  • buck-planet-zoom-01
    DOS19843.5/5 Sega
  • guerrilla-war-01
    DOS19873.5/5 SNK Corporation
  • tag-team-wrestling-02
    DOS19863.5/5 Technos Japan
  • exterminator-1
    DOS19903.5/5 The Assembly Line
  • thunderblade-05
    DOS19893.4/5 Sega
  • ajax-1
    DOS19893.4/5 Konami
  • magic-johnson-basket-01
    DOS19893.3/5 Sculptured Software
  • sarge-02
  • star-trek-sos-01
  • aaargh-1
    DOS19883.3/5 Binary Design
  • karnov-02
    DOS19873.3/5 Data East
  • novatron-1
    DOS19823.3/5 Verisoft
  • bionic-commando-06
    DOS19883/5 Capcom
  • ninja-mastetronic-03
    DOS19862.5/5 Acclaim Entertainment