Arcade Games

Bob's Garden

Bob's Garden

Bob's Garden is a public domain clone for Amiga of the 1982 arcade Mr. Do!. The game was created in 1993 by Justin Leck, previously author of Digger, which was a clone of Dig Dug (kind of predecessor of Mr.

Year: 1993 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2020-01-03Tags: 2d amiga original game clone fantasy maze public domain single screen

Slam Tilt

Slam Tilt

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.

Year: 1996 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2019-07-19Tags: aga amiga original game arcade bat and ball pinball

Extreme Pinball

Extreme Pinball

Extreme Pinball is a pinball game, successor to Epic Pinball, developed by Digital Extremes and published by Electronic Arts for DOS and PlayStation in 1995..

Year: 1995 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2019-10-22Tags: pinball

Marble Madness

Marble Madness

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.

Year: 1986 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2019-07-16Tags: 2 players 3d arcade coin-up conversion isometric multiplayer

Deluxe PacMan

Deluxe PacMan

Deluxe PacMan is a Pac Man clone/variant developed by Edgar M. Vigdal for Amiga and released in 1992. The file you can download from GamesNostalgia is the AGA version, emulator included.

Year: 1992 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2019-07-20Tags: aga amiga original game arcade clone freeware remake

BurgerTime

BurgerTime

BurgerTime is the first Commodore 64 game added to GamesNostalgia. It is an arcade game created by Data East in 1982 and later ported to several 8-bit platforms, including the Commodore 64 in 1984.

Year: 1984 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2019-08-23Tags: arcade commodore 64 platform

Gauntlet

Gauntlet

Gauntlet is a fantasy hack and slash dungeon crawl arcade developed by Atari Games and released in October 1985. The game was ported to many platforms including Commodore 64, DOS, MSX, Apple II and others.

Year: 1985 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2019-08-27Tags: arcade dungeon crawler fantasy hack and slash

Joust

Joust

Joust is a popular arcade game developed by Williams Electronics and released in 1982. It was one of the first and most successful two-player cooperative games. The players control...

Year: 1986 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2019-08-19Tags: 2 players arcade co-op platform

Champ Kong

Champ Kong

Champ Kong is probably the best clone of the classic Donkey Kong arcade. Developed by ChamProgramming and released in 1996 for DOS, it closely replicates the original game..

Year: 1996 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2019-10-22Tags: arcade clone platform

Frogger

Frogger

Frogger is an arcade created by Konami and one of the most popular video games ever created. It was released for the first time in 1981, and it has been ported to almost all platforms since then.

Year: 1982 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2019-08-30Tags: coin-up conversion top-down

Acid Tetris

Acid Tetris

Acid Tetris is a freeware Tetris clone, true to the original version, developed by Dungeon Dwellers Design and released for DOS and BeOS in 1998..

Year: 1998 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2019-10-22Tags: clone falling block puzzle freeware puzzle-solving real-time

Megaball

Megaball

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.

Year: 1991 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2019-07-17Tags: aga amiga original game arcade bat and ball breakout paddle pong public domain

Ugh!

Ugh!

Ugh! is an arcade game, clone of Space Taxi, published in 1992 by PlayByte for the Amiga, Commodore 64 and DOS..

Year: 1992 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2019-10-22Tags: 2 players amiga original game arcade aviation co-op flight history platform prehistoric

Battlezone

Battlezone

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.

Year: 1983 Genre: Arcade Updated: 2019-10-22Tags: arcade fps science fiction tank vehicular combat simulator