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About Our Popular Arcade Games

Lots of excitement is waiting for you in our cool collection of arcade games. You can take a step back in time to experience several of the hottest games of the 1980s and 1990s before you check out all the latest releases. While your favorite arcade may not be around any longer, you can enjoy a few rounds of pinball before you dive into retro action games or timeless titles like Bubble Shooter.

What are Arcade Games?

Arcade games go all the way back to the early days of video games. They’re one of the industry’s first genres. Some of them are ports of classic games from the 1980s and 1990s while others are more recent games that feature similar graphics and gameplay. Arcade games tend to be action-packed and have simple controls that can be learned very quickly.  They’ll take you on a journey through time to an era when titles like Space Invaders, Pac-Man, and Tempest still ruled the world of video games.

What are the Most Popular Arcade Games?

  1. Fireboy and Watergirl 5: Elements
  2. Bubble Shooter Classic
  3. Bubble Shooter Extreme
  4. Pool Clash: 8 Ball Billiards Snooker
  5. Block Champ
  6. Mahjong Dimension: 470 Seconds
  7. Kings and Queens: Solitaire TriPeaks
  8. Snake 2048.io
  9. Dominoes Deluxe
  10. Bomb It

What are the Best Arcade Games on Mobile?

  1. Bubble Shooter Classic
  2. Bubble Shooter Extreme
  3. Mahjong Dimension: 470 Seconds
  4. Ludo Classic
  5. Block Champ

What are the Newest Arcade Games?

  1. Muscle Challenge
  2. Merge Brick Breaker
  3. Fury Road Zombie Crash
  4. Digital Circus IO
  5. Brawl Stars Mega Simulator

The 1980s is largely considered a golden age for the genre. That’s when millions of players from all around the world poured into arcades to try awesome racing games like Pole Position. Lots of players found themselves downright addicted to titles like Pac-Man, Centipede, Asteroids, and Missile Command that were later released on the Atari 2600, the NES, and other home consoles. 

Early shooting games including Ikari Warriors and Operation Wolf attracted tons of fans while running games helped pave the way toward more modern platform series like Super Mario Brothers and Sonic the Hedgehog. The games you’ll find in this collection include classic titles alongside newer ones that are packed full of old-school graphics and plenty of arcade action.