Slam Tilt is a pinball simulation developed by Liquid Dezign and published by 21st Century Entertainment in 1996 Amiga with the AGA chipset like the A1200. A Windows version was released in 1997.
Battlezone is an arcade game created by Atari and released in 1980. It's the precursor of modern 3D first-person shooters (FPS), using wireframe vector graphics rather than raster graphics.
Pac-Mania is a new spin on the original Pac-Man game (and 10th in the franchise) and was developed and published by Namco in 1987 for arcades. In 1988 it was ported to multiple home platforms including C64, MSX, Atari ST, ZX Spectrum.
Marble Madness is an arcade created by Atari Games and published initially in 1984. You have to guide a rolling ball (a marble) down your path, viewed from an isometric perspective, avoiding obstacles and enemies.
Megaball is a legendary arkanoid/breakout clone for the Amiga created by Ed Mackey (with his brother Al) and released initially in 1990 as shareware. Since then, the game got several updates, until version 4.
PC*Bert is an excellent and faithful freeware clone for PC of Q*Bert, one of the most popular arcades ever created. Q*Bert was developed in 1982 by Gottlieb and it is still one of the most famous videogames characters.
Robotron: 2084 (also known as Robotron) is one of the arcades that made the history of video games. Developed by Eugene Jarvis and Larry DeMar of Vid Kidz and released by Williams Electronics in 1982, it was a huge commercial success.