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Super Shot Basketball
Super Shot Basketball

Super Shot arcade game is one of the most popular basketball games. The arcade machine allows four levels of difficulty that differ in the distance of the backboard from the shooting point. Several players can compete, but only one can shoot at a time. The arcade machine keeps the score till the end of a game.

Time Crisis 2
Time Crisis 2

The game incorporates the same mechanics of its predecessor, with some minor changes, but with the addition of cooperative two-player gaming. The game’s story focuses on the efforts of two secret agents, Keith Martin and Robert Baxter, as they attempt to thwart the efforts of an industry mogul’s plan for world dominance.

Storm Racer
Storm Racer

Storm Racer takes arcade racing to a new level with a super-fast driving experience like no other! Storm Racer will have players coming back again and again to master the 12 cars and 14 tracks available in the game!

Bishi Bashi Channel
Bishi Bashi Channel

Bishi Bashi is a series of video games by Konami for arcades, mobile phones, PlayStation, and Windows. All games in the series comprise playing through a wide variety of competitive minigames against other players. The arcade games support 1 to 6 players and the PlayStation game allows 1 to 8 players; the game will provide computer opponents…

Power Excavator
Power Excavator

A truck simulation game for 1 or 2 players. The game involves the player(s) carrying out either fieldwork or trying a full-on mission. In fieldwork mode, the player can choose from training, practice, or ultimate mission. The game will then move on to instructions for the stage chosen, then it’s up to the player to complete the…

Club Kart
Club Kart

Club Kart was produced by Sega in 2001. Sega released 590 different machines in our database under this trade name, starting in 1936. Other machines made by Sega during the time period Club Kart was produced include Air Trix, Cosmic Smash, Initial D: Arcade Stage, King Of Route 66, The, Lupin: The Shooting, Magical Truck Adventure, Giant…

X-Men
X-Men

In 1992, Konami’s X-Men reigned supreme. But by dropping fans into the X-Men’s boots, Konami also revealed the next obstacle ahead for video games, which would have to learn how to create superpowers that were more than a button press and a draining energy meter.

Marvel vs Capcom
Marvel vs Capcom

Marvel vs. Capcom is a series of crossover fighting games developed and published by Capcom, featuring characters from their own video game franchises and comic book series published by Marvel Comics. The series originated as coin-operated arcade games, though later releases would be specifically developed for home consoles, handhelds, and personal computers.

Deadpool
Deadpool

Players will be immersed in the Deadpool universe, teaming up with iconic X-Men characters Wolverine, Dazzler, Domino, and Colossus as they battle against infamous villains Juggernaut, Sabretooth, Mystique, Sauron, and Mr. Sinister. Players will also tag along with Deadpool on his time machine quests as he battles against the T-Rex and the Megalodon.