They call Narc a ‘run and gun’ game, and it was one of the first ‘ultra violent’ video games out there. In Narc you have to defeat drug gangs by taking their money and drugs, then defeat the final level boss, Mr Big. Ask your mum if you can play this one first.
An all-time classic fighting game, mix skill, strategy and combat to defeat your enemies.
The next level in Mario Karting – sit in the drivers seat, choose your player and drive down Raimbow Road in real time.
Join billionaire industrialist Tony Stark, played by Robert Downey Jr., as Iron Man, the metallic super hero, on a thrilling action-packed adventure as he battles his enemies up and down the pinball machine.
Hypersports is the sequel to Track and Field, the original button basher, and was released to coincide with the 1984 summer Olympics.
It wouldn’t be an arcade without House of the Dead 2 – a horror themed first person shooter. Pick up the gun and aim at the screen to kill the undead creatures.
Pick up the guitar and turn into a rock star! Match the notes on the screen by pressing the coordinating buttons when they reach the front and pressing down the fret at the same time. Strangely addictive!
A side-scrolling medieval fantasy ‘beat ’em up’ game where you have to recover the Golden Axe playing as one of three characters – Gillus Thunderhead, Ax Battler and Tyris Flare.
The game that came before Galaga! The player must take control of the Galaxip starfighter in its mission to protect the Earth from waves of aliens, by destroying formations diving down trying to hit them.
The game that gave us Super Mario (but then he was called Jumpman)! Known as the first platform game – rescue the princess and see how high you can go.