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Discography

Jackson, Michael. 1982. Thriller. Epic. LP.

Filmography

Alien. 1979. Directed by Ridley Scott. Los Angeles: Twentieth Century Fox.

Altered States. 1980. Directed by Ken Russell. Burbank, CA: Warner Bros.

Apocalypse Now. 1979. Directed by Francis Ford Coppola. San Francisco: Zoetrope Studios.

Battle Beyond the Stars. 1980. Directed by Jimmy T. Murakami. Atlanta: New World Pictures.

The Black Hole. 1979. Directed by Gary Nelson. Burbank, CA: Walt Disney Productions.

Blade Runner. 1982. Directed by Ridley Scott. Burbank, CA: Warner Bros.

Caddyshack. 1980. Directed by Harold Ramis. Burbank, CA: Warner Bros.

Cheech & Chong’s Next Movie. 1980. Directed by Tommy Chong. Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures.

The China Syndrome. 1979. Directed by James Bridges. Culver City, CA: Columbia Pictures.

Cloak & Dagger. 1984. Directed by Richard Franklin. Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures.

Close Encounters of the Third Kind. 1977. Directed by Steven Spielberg. Culver City, CA: Columbia Pictures.

Conan the Barbarian. 1982. Directed by John Milius. Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures.

The Dark Crystal. 1982. Directed by Jim Henson and Frank Oz. Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures.

Death Wish 4: The Crackdown. 1987. Directed by J. Lee Thompson. New York: Cannon Group.

Escape from New York. 1981. Directed by John Carpenter. Boston: Avco Embassy Pictures.

E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial. 1982. Directed by Steven Spielberg. Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures.

Fast Times at Ridgemont High. 1982. Directed by Amy Heckerling. Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures.

The Final Countdown. 1980. Directed by Don Taylor. Los Angeles: United Artists.

Firefox. 1982. Directed by Clint Eastwood. Burbank, CA: Warner Bros.

First Blood. 1982. Directed by Ted Kotcheff. Los Angeles: Orion Pictures.

Flash Gordon. 1980. Directed by Mike Hodges. Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures.

Futureworld. 1976. Directed by Richard T. Heffron. Los Angeles: American International Pictures.

Galaxina. 1980. Directed by William Sachs. Beverly Hills, CA: Crown International Pictures.

Gamera: Super Monster. 1980. Directed by Noriaki Yuasa. Tokyo: Daiei/Shochiku Kinema Kenkyû-jo.

Hangar 18. 1980. Directed by James L. Conway. Park City, UT: Sunn Classic Pictures.

Inseminoid. 1981. Directed by Norman J. Warren. Hong Kong: Shaw/Jupiter Film Productions.

Joysticks. 1983. Directed by Greydon Clark. Toronto: Citadel Films.

The Last Starfighter. 1984. Directed by Nick Castle. Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures.

Looker. 1981. Directed by Michael Crichton. Burbank, CA: Warner Bros.

Mad Max. 1979. Directed by George Miller. Los Angeles: American International Pictures.

Maximum Overdrive. 1986. Directed by Stephen King. Wilmington, NC: De Laurentis Entertainment Group.

Megaforce. 1982. Directed by Hal Needham. Century City, CA: Twentieth Century Fox.

Meteor. 1979. Directed by Ronald Neame. Los Angeles: American International Pictures.

Moonraker. 1979. Directed by Lewis Gilbert. Los Angeles: United Artists.

Night of the Comet. 1984. Directed by Thom Eberhardt. Charlotte, NC: Atlantic Releasing Corporation.

Nightmares. 1983. Directed by Joseph Sargent. Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures.

The Ninth Configuration. 1980. Directed by William Peter Blatty. Burbank, CA: Warner Bros.

On the Trail of the Pink Panther. 1982. Directed by Blake Edwards. Beverly Hills, CA: MGM/UA Entertainment Co.

Outland. 1981. Directed by Peter Hyams. Burbank, CA: Warner Bros.

Phantasm. 1979. Directed by Don Coscarelli. Boston: Avco Embassy Pictures.

Poltergeist. 1982. Directed by Toby Hooper. Beverly Hills, CA: MGM/UA Entertainment Co.

Porky’s. 1982. Directed by Bob Clark. Century City, CA: Twentieth Century Fox.

Prophecy. 1979. Directed by John Frankenheimer. Hollywood, CA: Paramount Pictures.

Raiders of the Lost Ark. 1981. Directed by Steven Spielberg. Hollywood, CA: Paramount Pictures.

Return of the Jedi. 1983. Directed by Richard Marquand. Century City, CA: Twentieth Century Fox.

The Road Warrior. 1981. Directed by George Miller. Burbank, CA: Warner Bros.

Rocky III. 1982. Directed by Sylvester Stallone. Beverly Hills, CA: MGM/UA Entertainment Co.

Running Scared. 1986. Directed by Peter Hyams. Beverly Hills, CA: MGM.

Saturn 3. 1980. Directed by Stanley Donen. London: Incorporated Television Company.

The Shining. 1980. Directed by Stanley Kubrick. Burbank, CA: Warner Bros.

Soylent Green. 1973. Directed by Richard Fleischer. Beverly Hills, CA: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Star Trek: The Motion Picture. 1979. Directed by Robert Wise. Hollywood, CA: Paramount Pictures.

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. 1982. Directed by Nicholas Meyer. Hollywood, CA: Paramount Pictures.

Star Wars. 1977. Directed by George Lucas. Century City, CA: Twentieth Century Fox.

Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. 1980. Directed by Irvin Kershner. Century City, CA: Twentieth Century Fox.

Superman II. 1980. Directed by Richard Lester and Richard Donner. Burbank, CA: Warner Bros.

Time After Time. 1979. Directed by Nicholas Meyer. Burbank, CA: Warner Bros.

Time Bandits. 1981. Directed by Terry Gilliam. Boston: Avco Embassy Pictures.

Tron. 1982. Directed by Steven Lisberger. Burbank, CA: Walt Disney Productions.

Twilight Zone: The Movie. 1983. Directed by John Landis, Steven Spielberg, Joe Dante, and George Miller. Burbank, CA: Warner Bros.

Videodrome. 1983. Directed by David Cronenberg. Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures.

Westworld. 1973. Directed by Michael Crichton. Beverly Hills, CA: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Gameography

(Rubric: Title. Year of Release. Developer. Publisher. Platform.)

Ab$cam. 1981. US Billiards. US Billiards. Coin-operated.

Abyss [on the Vecmania cartridge]. 1999. John Dondzila. Classic Game Creations. GCE/Milton Bradley Vectrex.

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons. 1982. Mattel Electronics. Mattel Electronics. Mattel Intellivison.

Adventure. 1979. Atari. Atari. Atari VCS/2600.

The Adventures of Robby Roto. 1982. Bally/Midway. Bally/Midway. Coin-operated.

Air-Sea Battle. 1977. Atari. Atari. Atari VCS/2600.

Akalabeth: World of Doom. 1979. Richard Garriott. California Pacific Computer Co. Personal computer.

Ali Baba and 40 Thieves. 1982. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

Alien Attackers. 1980. Teletronic. Bally/Midway. Coin-operated.

Alien Invader. 1979. Universal. Universal. Coin-operated.

Alien War. 1981. Eastern Micro Electronics. Eastern Micro Electronics. Coin-operated.

Aliens [Atari—Dave Theurer prototype]. 2000. Clay Cowgill. Tempest Multigame Hardware Kit.

Alpine Ski. 1981. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

AME Rug. 1980. Shoei. Shoei Co. Ltd. Coin-operated.

Amidar. 1981. Konami. Stern Electronics. Coin-operated.

Angler Dangler. 1982. Nihon Bussan. Data East. Coin-operated.

Anteater. 1982. Stern Electronics. Tago Electronics. Coin-operated.

Arashi. 1991. Juri Munkki, Janne Frösén, Hannu Aronsson, Sampo Kellomäki, Chris Naryan, and Mike Zimmerman. Project STORM Team. Apple Macintosh.

Arcade’s Greatest Hits: The Atari Collection 1. 1996–1997. Digital Eclipse. Midway. Sony PlayStation, Sega Saturn, Personal computer.

Aristocrat Shuffle Alley. 1979. Williams Electronics/United. Williams Electronics/United. Coin-operated shuffle alley.

Arkanoid. 1986. Taito. Romstar. Coin-operated.

Armor Attack. 1980. Cinematronics. Cinematronics. Coin-operated.

Armored Car. 1981. Stern Electronics. Stern Electronics. Coin-operated.

Army of Two. 2008. Electronic Arts Montreal. Electronic Arts. Microsoft Xbox 360.

Asterock. 1980. Sidam. Sidam. Coin-operated.

Asteroids. 1979. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Asteroids Deluxe. 1981. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Astro Battle. 1979. Sidam. Sidam. Coin-operated.

Astro Blaster. 1981. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

Astro Fantasia. 1981. Data East. Data East. Coin-operated.

Astro Fighter. 1980. Sega/Gremlin/Data East. Data East. Coin-operated.

Astro Invader. 1980. Stern. Stern Electronics. Coin-operated.

Astro Wars. 1979. Zaccaria. Zaccaria. Coin-operated.

Astro Zone. Taito. 1980. Taito Corporation. Coin-operated.

Atari Anniversary Advance. 2002. Digital Eclipse. Infogrames. Nintendo Game Boy Advance.

Atari Anniversary Edition. 2001. Digital Eclipse. Infogrames. Sega Dreamcast, Personal computer.

Atari Anniversary Edition Redux. 2001. Digital Eclipse. Infogrames. Sony PlayStation.

Atari Anthology [AKA Atari—80 Classic Games in One!]. 2003. Digital Eclipse. Atari. Personal computer.

Atari Arcade Hits: Volume 1. 1999. Digital Eclipse. Hasbro/Atari. Personal computer.

Atari Arcade Hits: Volume 2. 2000. Digital Eclipse. Hasbro/Atari. Personal computer.

Atari Baseball. 1979. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Atari Basketball. 1979. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Atari Soccer. 1979. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Avalanche. 1978. Dennis Koble. Atari. Coin-operated.

Azurian Attack. 1982. Rait Electronics. Rait Electronics. Coin-operated.

Bagman. 1982. Valadon Automation. Valadon Automation. Coin-operated.

Ball Park. 1979. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Ball Park II. 1979. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Balloon Bomber. 1980. Taito. Taito Corporation. Coin-operated.

Bandido. 1980. Exidy. Exidy. Coin-operated.

Barnstorming. 1982. Activision. Activision. Atari VCS/2600.

Barracuda. 1981. Coinex. Coinex. Coin-operated.

Batting Chance. 1981. Namco. Namco. Coin-operated.

Battle Cross. 1982. Omori Electronics. Omori Electronics. Coin-operated.

Battle of Atlantis. 1981. Game World Manufacturing. Cornsoft. Coin-operated.

Battlezone. 1980. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Bedlam. 1982. GCE. Milton Bradley. GCE Vectrex.

Beezer. 1982. Tong. Tong. Coin-operated.

Berzerk. 1980. Stern Electronics. Stern Electronics. Coin-operated.

Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg. 2003. Sonic Team. Sega of America. Nintendo GameCube.

BioShock. 2007. 2K Boston/2K Australia. 2K Games. Microsoft Xbox 360.

Birdie King. 1982. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Black Hole. 1981. Game-A-Tron. Tokyo Denshi Sekkei. Coin-operated.

The Black Hole. 1981. Gottlieb. Gottlieb. Pinball.

Black Widow. 1982. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Blue Print. 1982. Bally/Midway. Bally/Midway. Coin-operated.

Bomb Bee. 1979. Namco. Namco. Coin-operated.

Bonus Black Jack. 1980. Myimpa. Myimpa Export Inc. Coin-operated.

Borderlands. 2009. Gearbox Software. 2K Games. Microsoft Xbox 360.

Borderline. 1981. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

Bosconian. 1981. Namco. Bally/Midway. Coin-operated.

Bosconian. 1981. Namco. Namco. Coin-operated.

Bounty. 1982. Orca. Orca. Coin-operated.

Boxing Bugs. 1981. Cinematronics. Cinematronics. Coin-operated.

Breakout. 1976. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Brutal Sports Football. 1994. Millennium Interactive. Telegames. Atari Jaguar.

Bubbles. 1982. Williams Electronics. Williams Electronics. Coin-operated.

Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom. 1982. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

Bump ‘n’ Jump. 1982. Nihon Bussan. Bally/Midway. Coin-operated.

Bump ‘n’ Jump. 1982. Nihon Bussan. Data East. Coin-operated.

BurgerTime. 1982. Nihon Bussan. Bally/Midway. Coin-operated.

BurgerTime. 1982. Nihon Bussan. Data East. Coin-operated.

Burnin’ Rubber. 1982. Nihon Bussan. Data East. Coin-operated.

Burning Desire. 1984. PlayAround. PlayAround. Atari VCS/2600.

Bust My Balloons. 1980. Status. Status Game Corp. Coin-operated.

Call of Duty: Black Ops. 2010. Treyarch Invention. Activision. Sony PlayStation 3.

Call of Duty: World at War. 2008. Treyarch Invention. Activision. Microsoft Xbox 360.

Capsule Invader. 1979. Irem. Irem. Coin-operated.

Carnival. 1980. UPL. UPL. Coin-operated.

Castle Wolfenstein. 1981. Muse Software. Muse Software. Apple II.

Cat’n Mourse. 1981. Zaccaria. Zaccaria. Coin-operated.

Catapult. 1982. Photar. Photar. Coin-operated.

Centipede. 1981. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Challenger. 1981. Centuri. Centuri. Coin-operated.

Changes. 1982. Orca. Orca. Coin-operated.

Check Man. 1982. Zilec-Zenitone. Zilec-Zenitone. Coin-operated.

Checkered Flag. 1994. Rebellion. Atari. Atari Jaguar.

Cheeky Mouse. 1980. Universal. Universal Games. Coin-operated.

Child of Eden. 2011. Q Entertainment. Ubisoft. Microsoft Xbox 360, Sony PlayStation 3.

Clay Champ. 1979. Allied Leisure Industries. Allied Leisure Industries. Coin-operated.

Clay Champ. 1981. Namco. Namco. Coin-operated.

Colony 7. 1981. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Combat. 1977. Atari. Atari. Atari VCS/2600.

Constella. 1982. Nichibutsu. Nichibutsu. Coin-operated.

Cosmic Alien. 1980. Universal. Universal. Coin-operated.

Cosmic Avenger. 1981. Universal. Universal. Coin-operated.

Cosmic Chasm. 1983. Cinematronics. Cinematronics. Coin-operated.

Cosmic Guerilla. 1979. Universal. Universal. Coin-operated.

Cosmic Monsters. 1979. Universal. Universal. Coin-operated.

Cosmikaze. 1981. Game-A-Tron. Game-A-Tron. Coin-operated.

Cosmos. 1981. Century Electronics. Century Electronics. Coin-operated.

Crash. 1979. Exidy. Exidy. Coin-operated.

Crazy Balloon. 1980. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Crazy Climber. 1980. Nichibutsu. Taito. Coin-operated.

Crazy Kong. 1981. Falcon. Falcon/Zaccaria. Coin-operated.

Crazy Kong Jr. 1982. Falcon. Falcon. Coin-operated.

Crock-Man. 1980. Rene Pierre. Rene Pierre S.A. Coin-operated.

Crush Roller. 1981. Alpha Denshi. Kural Samno. Coin-operated.

Crystal Castles. 1983. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Cubivore. 2002. Saru Brunei. Atlus U.S.A. Nintendo GameCube.

Custer’s Revenge. 1982. Mystique. Mystique. Atari VCS/2600.

Cute-See. 1982. Update Kits. Update Kits. Coin-operated.

Cutie Q. 1979. Namco. Namco. Coin-operated.

Dambusters. 1981. South West Research. South West Research. Coin-operated.

Daredevil. 1981. Model Racing. Model Racing. Coin-operated.

Dark Planet. 1982. Stern Electronics. Stern Electronics. Coin-operated.

Dark Warrior. 1981. Century Electronics. Century Electronics. Coin-operated.

Dazzler. 1982. Century Electronics. Century Electronics. Coin-operated.

D-Day. 1981. Olympia. Olympia. Coin-operated.

Deep Scan. 1979. Sega/Gremlin. Sega/Gremlin. Coin-operated.

Defender. 1980. Williams Electronics. Williams Electronics. Coin-operated.

Defense Command. 1981. Artic International. Coin-operated.

Demon. 1982. Rock-Ola. Rock-Ola. Coin-operated.

Desert Race. 1982. Moppet Video. Moppet Video. Coin-operated.

Devil Fish. 1982. Arctic Electronics. Arctic Electronics. Coin-operated.

Devil Zone. 1980. Universal. Venture Line, Inc. Coin-operated.

Diamond Poker Double-Up. 1980. Bonanza Enterprises, Ltd. Bonanza Enterprises, Ltd. Coin-operated.

Dig Dug. 1982. Namco. Atari. Coin-operated.

Dig Dug. 1982. Namco. Namco. Coin-operated.

Digger. 1980. Sega/Gremlin. Gremlin Industries, Inc. Coin-operated.

Disco No. 1. 1982. Nihon Bussan. Data East. Coin-operated.

Discs of Tron. 1983. Bally/Midway. Bally/Midway. Coin-operated.

Donkey Kong. 1981. Nintendo. Nintendo. Coin-operated.

Donkey Kong Jr. 1982. Nintendo. Nintendo. Coin-operated.

Donkey Kong Junior. 1982. Nintendo. Nintendo. Coin-operated.

DOOM. 1993. id Software. id Software. Personal computer.

DOOM. 1994. id Software. Atari. Atari Jaguar.

Dorodon. 1982. UPL. UPL. Coin-operated.

Double Block T3. 1979. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

Double Dragon. 1987. Technos. Taito. Coin-operated.

Double Up. 1981. Omega Products. Omega Products. Coin-operated.

Draco. 1981. Cidelsa. Cidelsa. Coin-operated.

Dragon’s Lair. 1983. Advanced Microcomputer Systems. Cinematronics/Taito. Coin-operated.

Dragonstomper. 1982. Starpath. Starpath. Atari VCS/2600 w/ Starpath Supercharger.

Draw Poker. 1982. Amstar Electronics. Amstar Electronics. Coin-operated.

Dream Shopper. 1982. Sanritsu. Sanritsu. Coin-operated.

Duck Hunt. 1984. Nintendo R&D1. Nintendo. Nintendo Entertainment System.

Dyad. 2012. Right Square Left Square Bracket. Right Square Left Square Bracket. Sony PlayStation 3.

Dynamite Joe. 1979. Model Racing. Model Racing. Coin-operated.

Eagle. 1980. Centuri. Centuri. Inc. Coin-operated.

800 Fathoms. 1981. US Billiards. US Billiards. Coin-operated.

18 Wheeler. 1979. Midway. Midway. Coin-operated.

El Dorado. 1980. Grayhound. Grayhound Electronics Inc. Coin-operated.

El Grande. 1980. Century. Tuni Electro Service, Inc. Coin-operated.

The Electric Yo-Yo. 1982. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Eliminator. 1981. Sega/Gremlin. Sega/Gremlin. Coin-operated.

The End. 1980. Stern. Stern Electronics. Coin-operated.

Enigma II. 1981. Taiyo System. Taiyo System. Coin-operated.

Escape from the Mindmaster. 1982. Starpath. Starpath. Atari VCS/2600 w/Starpath Supercharger.

E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial. 1982. Atari. Atari. Atari VCS/2600.

Evolution: Dinodudes. 1994. Imagitec Design. Atari. Atari Jaguar.

Explorer. 1982. Nihon Bussan. Data East. Coin-operated.

Extra Bases. 1980. Midway. Midway. Coin-operated.

Eyes. 1982. Digitrex Techstar. Rock-Ola. Coin-operated.

Fable II. 2008. Lionhead Studios. Microsoft Game Studios. Microsoft Xbox 360.

Face Up 21. 1981. Game-A-Tron. Game-A-Tron. Coin-operated.

Fantasy. 1981. Rock-Ola. SNK. Coin-operated.

Far Cry 2. 2008. Ubisoft Montreal. Ubisoft. Microsoft Xbox 360.

Fast Freddie. 1982. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Field Goal. 1979. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Final Ranger. 1980. Hoei. Hoei International Inc. Coin-operated.

Fire Bird. 1980. Rene Pierre. Rene Pierre S.A. Coin-operated.

Fire One!. 1979. Exidy. Exidy. Coin-operated.

Fishing. 1982. Nihon Bussan. Data East. Coin-operated.

Fitter. 1981. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Flight Simulator. 1979. subLOGIC. subLOGIC. Apple II.

Fly-Boy. 1982. Kaneko. Kaneko. Coin-operated.

Fortress. 1979. Sega/Gremlin. Sega/Gremlin. Coin-operated.

4 Fun in One System. 1981. Armenia. Armenia. Coin-operated.

4 Player Bowling Alley. 1979. Midway. Midway. Coin-operated.

Freeze. 1982. Cinematronics. Cinematronics. Coin-operated.

Frenzy. 1982. Stern Electronics. Stern Electronics. Coin-operated.

Frisky Tom. 1981. Nichibutsu. Nichibutsu. Coin-operated.

Frog & Spiders. 1981. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Frogger. 1981. Konami. Sega/Gremlin. Coin-operated.

Front Line. 1982. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Full Court Frenzy. 1980. Zamperla. Ice. Coin-operated.

Funky Bee. 1982. Orca. Orca. Coin-operated.

Funky Fish. 1981. Sun Electronics. Sun Electronics. Coin-operated.

Future Flash. 1980. Hoei. Hoei International Inc. Coin-operated.

Galaga. 1981. Namco. Midway. Coin-operated.

Galaga. 1981. Namco. Namco. Coin-operated.

Galaxia. 1979. Zaccaria. Zaccaria. Coin-operated.

Galaxian. 1979. Namco. Namco/Midway. Coin-operated.

Galaxy Rescue. 1979. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Galaxy Wars. 1979. Universal. Taito. Coin-operated.

Gears of War. 2006. Epic Games. Microsoft Game Studios. Microsoft Xbox 360.

Gears of War 3. 2011. Epic Games. Microsoft Studios. Microsoft Xbox 360.

G-Force. 1983. BB Design [Boris Baginski]. Euro-Byte. Sinclair ZX Spectrum.

G:Force. 2012. Rob Fearon. Rob Fearon. Personal computer.

Gin Rummy. 1980. Kareteco. Stambouli Brothers Corporation. Coin-operated.

Gingateikoku No Gyakushuu. 1980. Irem. Irem Corporation. Coin-operated.

Gold Bug. 1982. Century Electronics. Century Electronics. Coin-operated.

Golden Cup. 1980. Venture Line. Venture Line Inc. Coin-operated.

Golden Invaders. 1980. Sigma Entertainment. Sigma Entertainment. Coin-operated.

Gorf. 1981. Dave Nutting Associates. Bally/Midway. Coin-operated.

Got-Ya. 1981. Game-A-Tron. Game-A-Tron. Coin-operated.

Grand Champion. 1981. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Grand Slam Tennis 2. 2012. Electronic Arts Canada. Electronic Arts Sports. Microsoft Xbox 360.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. 2004. Rockstar North. Rockstar Games. Sony PlayStation 2.

Gravitar. 1982. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

GT Roadster. 1979. Ramtek. Ramtek. Coin-operated.

Guttang Gottong. 1982. Konami. Sega. Coin-operated.

GyroStarr. 2008. High Voltage Software. High Voltage Software. Nintendo Wii.

Gyruss. 1983. Centuri. Konami. Coin-operated.

Halo: Combat Evolved. 2001. Bungie. Microsoft Game Studios. Microsoft Xbox.

Halo 4. 2012. 343 Industries. Microsoft Studios. Microsoft Xbox 360.

Hana Kochou. 1980. Dynax. Dynax. Coin-operated.

Hana no Mai. 1980. Dynax. Dynax. Coin-operated.

Hangly Man. 1981. Nittoh. Nittoh. Coin-operated.

Hard Hat. 1982. Exidy. Exidy. Coin-operated.

Haunted House. 1982. Atari. Atari, Inc. Atari VCS/2600.

Head On. 1979. Sega/Gremlin. Sega/Gremlin. Coin-operated.

Head On 2. 1979. Sega/Gremlin. Sega/Gremlin. Coin-operated.

Heiankyou Alien. 1980. Denki Onyko. Denki Onyko. Coin-operated.

Heli Fire. 1980. Nintendo. Nintendo. Coin-operated.

Hi-Lo Double Up Joker Poker. 1980. Kramer. Kramer. Coin-operated.

Hold & Draw. 1981. Amstar Electronics. Amstar Electronics. Coin-operated

Holey Moley. 1982. Tai. Tai. Coin-operated.

Hopper. 1982. Karateco. Karateco. Coin-operated.

Hot Shocker. 1982. E. G. Felaco. E. G. Felaco. Coin-operated.

Hyper Zone. 1991. HAL Laboratory. HAL Laboratory. Super Nintendo Entertainment System.

Hyperspace. 1979. Rumiano. Rumiano. Coin-operated.

I, Robot. 1983. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Indian Battle. 1980. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Insector. 1982. Gottlieb. Gottlieb. Coin-operated.

Intruder. 1980. Taiyo System. Game Plan. Coin-operated.

Invader Wars. 1979. World Vending. World Vending. Coin-operated.

Invader’s Revenge. 1979. Zenitone Microtech. Zenitone Microtech. Coin-operated.

Invasion. 1979. Sidam. Sidam. Coin-operated.

Invinco!. 1979. Sega/Gremlin. Sega/Gremlin. Coin-operated.

IPM Invader. 1979. IPM. IPM. Coin-operated.

iS: internal section. 1999. Positron. Square Co., Ltd. Sony PlayStation.

Jack the Giantkiller. 1982. Cinematronics. Cinematronics. Coin-operated.

JAKKS Pacific Atari Paddle TV Games. 2004. Digital Eclipse. JAKKS Pacific. Television toy.

Jan-jan. 1982. Dynax. Dynax. Coin-operated.

Joker Poker 21. 1981. Entertainment Enterprises. Entertainment Enterprises. Coin-operated.

Joker Poker 54. 1980. Drewe Industires. Drewe Industries. Coin-operated.

Jokers Wild. 1980. Meyco Games. Meyco Games. Coin-operated.

Joust. 1982. Williams Electronics. Williams Electronics. Coin-operated.

Jump Bug. 1981. Hoei. Rock-Ola. Coin-operated.

Jungle Boy. 1982. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Jungle Hunt. 1982. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Jungle King. 1982. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Jungler. 1981. Konami. Konami. Coin-operated.

K.O. Punch. 1981. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

K.O. PunchBall. 1980. Zamperla. Zamperla. Coin-operated.Kaitei Takara Sagashi. 1980. KK Tokki. Namco. Coin-operated.

Kamikaze. 1979. Lejiac. Lejiac. Coin-operated.

Kangaroo. 1982. Sun Electronics. Sun Electronics. Coin-operated.

Kaos. 1981. Game Plan. Game Plan. Coin-operated.

Katamari Damacy. 2004. Namco. Namco. Sony PlayStation 2.

Keno. 1980. Video Horizons. Video Horizons. Coin-operated.

Keno Superstar. 1980. Merit Industries. Merit Industries. Coin-operated.

Kick. 1981. Midway. Midway. Coin-operated.

Kick-Man. 1981. Midway. Midway. Coin-operated.

Killer Comet. 1980. Centuri. Centuri. Coin-operated.

Killer7. 2005. Grasshopper Manufacture. Capcom. Nintendo GameCube.

King and Balloon. 1981. Namco. Game Plan. Coin-operated.

King Pin. 1980. Games of Tomorrow. Games of Tomorrow. Coin-operated.

King Tut Shuffle Alley. 1979. United. Williams Electronics. Coin-operated.

Knight Rider. 1988. Pack-In-Video. Acclaim. Nintendo Entertainment System.

Knock Out!!. 1982. KKK. KKK. Coin-operated.

Kozmik Krooz’r. 1982. Bally/Midway. Bally/Midway. Coin-operated.

Kram. 1982. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Kreepy Krawlers. 1979. Exidy. Exidy. Coin-operated.

Lady Bug. 1981. Universal Games. Universal Games. Coin-operated.

Laser Base. 1981. Hoei. Amstar Electronics. Coin-operated.

Lasso. 1982. SNK. SNK. Coin-operated.

Lazarian. 1981. Bally/Midway. Bally/Midway. Coin-operated.

Le Bagnard. 1982. Valadon Automation. Valadon Automation. Coin-operated.

Left 4 Dead. 2008. Turtle Rock Studios/Valve South. Valve. Microsoft Xbox 360.

Leprechaun. 1982. Moppet Video. Moppet Video. Coin-operated.

Liberator. 1982. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Lil’ Hustler. 1981. Dynamo. Dynamo. Coin-operated.

Lock ’N Chase. 1981. Data East. Data East. Coin-operated.

Lock ’N Chase. 1981. Data East. Taito. Coin-operated.

Loco-Motion. 1982. Konami. Centuri/Konami. Coin-operated.

Logger. 1982. Century Electronics. Century Electronics. Coin-operated.

Looper. 1982. Orca. Orca. Coin-operated.

Looping. 1982. Venture Line. Venture Line. Coin-operated.

Lucky Poker. 1981. Nihon Bussan. Data East. Coin-operated.

Lunar Lander. 1979. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Lunar Rescue. 1979. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Lupin III. 1980. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

MacAttack. 1993. New Reality Entertainment. New Reality Entertainment. Apple Macintosh.

Macho Mouse. 1982. Techstar. Techstar. Coin-operated.

Mad Alien. 1980. Data East. Data East. Coin-operated.

Magical Spot. 1980. Universal. Universal. Coin-operated.

Magical Spot II. 1980. Universal. Universal. Coin-operated.

Mai Jan. 1982. Dynax. Dynax. Coin-operated.

Major Havoc. 1983. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Make Trax. 1981. Alpha Denshi. Williams Electronics. Coin-operated.

Manhattan. 1981. Nihon Bussan. Data East. Coin-operated.

Marble Madness. 1984. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Marine Boy. 1982. Orca. Orca. Coin-operated.

Marine Date. 1981. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Mariner. 1981. Amernip. Amernip. Coin-operated.

Mario Bros. 1983. Nintendo. Nintendo. Coin-operated.

Mars. 1981. Arctic Electronics. Arctic Electronics. Coin-operated.

M*A*S*H. 1983. Fox Video Games. Fox Video Games. Atari VCS/2600.

Mayday. 1981. Hoei. Hoei. Coin-operated.

Megadon. 1982. Photar. Photar. Coin-operated.

Megamania. 1982. Activision. Activision. Atari VCS/2600.

Megatack. 1980. Taiyo System. Game Plan. Coin-operated.

Mermiad. 1982. Rock-Ola. Rock-Ola. Coin-operated.

Metal Gear. 1987. Konami. Ultra Software. Nintendo Entertainment System.

Microsoft Arcade. 1993. Microsoft. Microsoft. Personal computer.

Mighty Monkey. 1982. Yih Lung. Yih Lung. Coin-operated.

Millipede. 1982. Atari. Atari. 1982.

Mini Golf. 1980. Digital Games Incorporated. Digital Games Incorporated. Coin-operated.

Minky Monkey. 1982. Technos. Technos. Coin-operated.

Mirage. 1981. Jeutel. Jeutel. Coin-operated.

Missile Command. 1980. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Mission-X. 1982. Nihon Bussan. Data East. Coin-operated.

Moguchan. 1982. Orca. Orca. Coin-operated.

Mole Attack. 1982. Yachiyo Electronics. Yachiyo Electronics. Coin-operated.

Monaco GP. 1980. Sega/Gremlin. Sega/Gremlin. Coin-operated.

Monkey Donkey. 1981. Unknown. Unknown. Coin-operated.

Monster Bash. 1982. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

Monte Carlo. 1980. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Moon Alien Part II. 1980. Nichibutsu. Nichibutsu. Coin-operated.

Moon Alpha. 1980. Nichibutsu. Nichibutsu. Coin-operated.

Moon Cresta. 1980. Nichibutsu. Gremlin/Sega. Coin-operated.

Moon Lander. 1980. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Moon Patrol. 1982. Irem. Irem. Coin-operated.

Moon Quasar. 1980. Nichibutsu. Nichibutsu. Coin-operated.

Moon Raker. 1980. Nichibutsu. Nichibutsu. Coin-operated.

Moon Shuttle. 1981. Nichibutsu. Nichibutsu. Coin-operated.

Moon War. 1981. Stern Electronics. Stern Electronics. Coin-operated.

Mortal Kombat. 1992. Midway Games. Midway Games. Coin-operated.

Mouse Trap. 1981. Exidy. Exidy. Coin-operated.

The Movies. 2005. Lionhead Studios. Activision. Personal computer.

Mr. Do!. 1982. Universal. Taito. Coin-operated.

Mr. Do!. 1982. Universal. Yukidaruma. Coin-operated.

Mr. F. Lea. 1982. Pacific Novelty. Pacific Novelty. Coin-operated.

Mr. Muscle. 1980. Zamperla. Zamperla. Coin-operated.

Mrs. Dynamite. 1982. Universal. Universal. Coin-operated.

Ms. Pac-Man. 1981. Bally/Midway. Bally/Midway. Coin-operated.

Ms. Pac-Man. 1981. Bally/Midway. Namco. Coin-operated.

N2O: Nitrous Oxide. 1998. Gremlin Interactive. Fox Interactive. Sony PlayStation.

Nato Defense. 1982. Pacific Novelty. Pacific Novelty. Coin-operated.

Naughty Boy. 1982. Jaleco. Jaleco. Coin-operated.

Navarone. 1980. Namco. Namco. Coin-operated.

Nebula. 1980. Data East. Data East. Coin-operated.

New Rally-X. 1981. Namco. Namco. Coin-operated.

New York! New York!. 1980. Gottlieb. Gottlieb. Coin-operated.

Night Driver. 1976. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Ninja. 1981. Nihon Bussan. Data East. Coin-operated.

No Man’s Land. 1980. Universal. Universal. Coin-operated.

Noah’s Ark. 1982. Moppet Video. Moppet Video. Coin-operated.

N-Sub. 1980. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

Omega Race. 1981. Midway. Midway. Coin-operated.

Open Mahjong. 1982. Dynax. Dynax. Coin-operated.

Orbitron. 1982. Signatron USA. Signatron USA. Coin-operated.

Out Line. 1982. Century Electronics. Century Electronics. Coin-operated.

Ozma Wars. 1979. SNK. SNK. Coin-operated.

Pac-Man. 1980. Namco. Midway. Coin-operated.

Pac-Man Plus. 1982. Bally/Midway. Bally/Midway. Coin-operated.

Pac-Man Plus. 1982. Namco. Namco. Coin-operated.

Pengo. 1982. Coreland. Sega. Coin-operated.

Pepper II. 1982. Exidy. Exidy. Coin-operated.

The Percussor. 1981. Orca. Orca. Coin-operated.

Phantom II. 1979. Midway. Midway. Coin-operated.

Phoenix. 1980. Amstar Electronics. Centuri. Coin-operated.

The Pinball Arcade. 2012. FarSight Studios. Crave Entertainment. Multi-platform.

Pioneer Balloon. 1982. Rock-Ola. Rock-Ola. Coin-operated.

Pirate Pete. 1982. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Pirate Treasure. 1982. Moppet Video. Moppet Video. Coin-operated.

Pisces. 1982. Subelectro. Subelectro. Coin-operated.

The Pit. 1982. Zilec. Centuri. Coin-operated.

Pitch In. 1981. Namco. Namco. Coin-operated.

Pleiades. 1981. Centuri. Centuri. Coin-operated.

Polaris. 1980. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Pole Position. 1982. Namco. Namco/Atari. Coin-operated.

PONG. 1972. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Ponpoko. 1982. Venture Line. Venture Line. Coin-operated.

Pooyan. 1982. Konami. Stern Electronics. Coin-operated.

Pop Flamer. 1982. Jaleco. Jaleco. Coin-operated.

Popeye. 1982. Nintendo. Nintendo. Coin-operated.

Port Man. 1982. Nova Games. Nova Games. Coin-operated.

Portal 2. 2011. Valve. Valve. Microsoft Xbox 360.

Pot of Gold. 1982. Taiyo System. Taiyo System. Coin-operated.

President Elect. 1981. Strategic Simulations. Strategic Simulations. Apple II.

The Prisoner. 1980. David Mullich. Edu-Ware. Apple II.

Prisoner 2. 1982. Edu-Ware. Edu-Ware. Apple II.

Pro Monaco GP. 1980. Gremlin/Sega. Gremlin/Sega. Coin-operated.

Puck Man. 1979. Namco. Namco. Coin-operated.

Pulsar. 1981. Sega/Gremlin. Sega/Gremlin. Coin-operated.

Q*bert. 1982. Gottlieb. Gottlieb. Coin-operated.

QB-3. 1982. Rock-Ola. Rock-Ola. Coin-operated.

Qix. 1981. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Qix II: Tournament. 1982. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Quantum. 1982. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Quarter Horse. 1981. Electro Sport. Electro Sport. Coin-operated.

Quasar. 1980. Zaccaria. Zaccaria. Coin-operated.

Radar Scope. 1980. Nintendo. Nintendo. Coin-operated.

Radical Radial. 1982. Nichibutsu. Nichibutsu. Coin-operated.

Rally-X. 1980. Namco. Midway. Coin-operated.

Rambler. 1981. G.G.I. G.G.I. Coin-operated.

Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando. 2003. Insomniac Games. Sony Computer Entertainment. Sony PlayStation 2.

Reactor. 1982. Gottlieb. Gottlieb. Coin-operated.

Red Alert. 1981. Irem. Irem. Coin-operated.

Red Baron. 1980. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Red Clash. 1982. Kaneko. Kaneko. Coin-operated.

Rescue. 1982. Stern Electronics. Stern Electronics. Coin-operated.

Resident Evil 6. 2012. Capcom. Capcom. Sony PlayStation 3, Microsoft Xbox 360, Personal computer.

Retro Atari Classics. 2005. Atari. Atari. Nintendo DS.

Rez. 2002. United Game Artists. Sega. Sony PlayStation 2.

Rip Cord. 1979. Exidy. Exidy. Coin-operated.

Rip Off. 1980. Cinematronics. Cinematronics. Coin-operated.

River Patrol. 1981. Orca. Kersten. Coin-operated

Robotron: 2084. 1982. Vid Kidz. Williams Electronics. Coin-operated.

Rock Climber. 1981. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Rogue. 1980. Michael Toy, Glenn Wichman, Ken Arnold, Jon Lane. Open source. Unix.

Rolling Crash. 1979. Nichibutsu. Nichibutsu. Coin-operated.

Round-Up. 1981. Centuri. Centuri. Coin-operated.

Route 16. 1981. Tehkan/Sun Electronics. Centuri. Coin-operated.

Safari Rally. 1979. SNK. SNK. Coin-operated.

Safari Rally. 1980. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Samurai. 1980. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

Sasuke vs. Commander. 1980. SNK. SNK. Coin-operated.

Satan of Saturn. 1981. SNK. SNK. Coin-operated.

Satan’s Hollow. 1982. Bally/Midway. Bally/Midway. Coin-operated.

Scorpion. 1982. Zaccaria. Zaccaria. Coin-operated.

Scramble. 1981. Konami. Stern Electronics. Coin-operated.

SEL Jan. 1982. Dynax. Dynax. Coin-operated.

Sewer Shark. 1992. Digital Pictures. Sony Imagesoft. Sega Mega-CD.

Shark Attack. 1981. Pacific Novelty. Pacific Novelty. Coin-operated.

Sheriff. 1980. Nintendo. Nintendo. 1980. Coin-operated.

Shuttle Invader. 1979. Omori Electronics. Omori Electronics. Coin-operated.

Side Trak. 1979. Exidy. Exidy. Coin-operated.

Sinistar. 1982. Williams Electronics. Williams Electronics. Coin-operated.

600. 1981. Konami. Konami. Coin-operated.

Sky Army. 1982. Shoei. Shoei. Coin-operated.

Sky Bumper. 1982. Venture Line. Venture Line. Coin-operated.

Sky Chuter. 1980. Irem. Irem. Coin-operated.

Sky Skipper. 1981. Nintendo R&D1. Nintendo/Parker Bros. Coin-operated.

Skydiver. 1978. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Slalom. 1982. Orca. Orca. Coin-operated.

Slither. 1982. GDI. GDI. Coin-operated.

Snap Jack. 1981. Universal. Universal. Coin-operated.

Solar Fox. 1981. Bally/Midway. Bally/Midway. Coin-operated.

Solar Quest. 1981. Cinematronics. Cinematronics. Coin-operated.

SOS. 1980. Namco. Namco. Coin-operated.

Space Attack. 1979. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

Space Attack II. 1980. Zenitone-Microsec. Zenitone-Microsec. Coin-operated.

Space Beam. 1980. Namco. Namco. Coin-operated.

Space Bird. 1980. Hoei. Hoei. Coin-operated.

Space Chaser. 1980. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Space Cyclone. 1980. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Space Demon. 1980. Fortrek. Fortrek. Coin-operated.

Space Duel. 1982. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Space Dungeon. 1981. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Space Encounters. 1980. Midway. Midway. Coin-operated.

Space Fever. 1980. Nintendo. Nintendo. Coin-operated.

Space Fighter. 1979. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

Space Fighter Mark II. 1980. Nihon Bussan. Data East. Coin-operated.

Space Fighter X. 1982. Nichibutsu. Nichibutsu. Coin-operated.

Space Firebird. 1980. Nintendo. Nintendo. Coin-operated.

Space Force. 1980. Venture Line. Venture Line. Coin-operated.

Space Fortress. 1981. Century Electronics. Century Electronics. Coin-operated.

Space Fury. 1981. Sega/Gremlin. Sega/Gremlin. Coin-operated.

Space Giraffe. 2007. Llamasoft. Llamasoft. Microsoft Xbox 360.

Space Intruder. 1980. Shoei. Shoei. Coin-operated.

Space Invaders. 1978. Taito. Midway. Coin-operated.

Space Invaders. 1980. Taito. Atari. Atari VCS/2600.

Space Invaders Deluxe. 1980. Taito. Midway. Coin-operated.

Space Invaders Part II. 1980. Taito. Midway. Coin-operated.

Space Invaders II. 1980. Midway. Midway. Coin-operated.

Space Laser. 1980. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Space Launcher. 1979. Nintendo. Nintendo. Coin-operated.

Space Odyssey. 1981. Sega/Gremlin. Sega/Gremlin. Coin-operated.

Space Panic. 1980. Universal. Universal. Coin-operated.

Space Phantoms. 1979. Zilec. Zilec. Coin-operated.

Space Pirate. 1980. Zaccaria. Zaccaria. Coin-operated.

Space Seeker. 1981. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Space Tactics. 1980. Gremlin/Sega. Gremlin/Sega. Coin-operated.

Space Trek. 1980. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

Space War. 1979. Leijac/Konami. Leijac/Konami. Coin-operated.

Space Wars. 1977. Cinematronics. Cinematronics. Coin-operated.

Space Zap. 1980. Midway. Midway. Coin-operated.

SpaceWar!. 1962. Steve Russell, Martin Graetz, Wayne Wiitanen, and Alan Kotok. Digital Equipment Corporation PDP-1.

Spectar. 1980. Exidy. Exidy. Coin-operated.

Speed Race GP-5. 1980. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Spiders. 1981. Sigma Entertainment. Sigma Entertainment. Coin-operated.

SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom. 2003. Heavy Iron Studios/AWE Games/Vicarious Visions. THQ. Nintendo GameCube.

Springer. 1982. Orca. Orca. Coin-operated.

Star Attack. 1982. Nichibutsu. Nichibutsu. Coin-operated.

Star Castle. 1980. Cinematronics. Cinematronics. Coin-operated.

Star Fighter. 1980. Ace Vending. Ace Vending. Coin-operated.

Star Fire. 1979. Exidy. Exidy. Coin-operated.

Star Invaders. 1980. Potomac Mortgage Company. Potomac Mortgage Company. Coin-operated.

Star Raker. 1981. Sega/Gremlin. Sega/Gremlin. Coin-operated.

Star Trek: Strategic Operations Simulator. 1982. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

Star Warrior. 1981. Potomac Mortgage Company. Potomac Mortgage Company. Coin-operated.

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. 1982. Parker Brothers. Parker Brothers. AtariVCS/ 2600.

Star Wars: Rebel Assault. 1993. LucasArts. LucasArts. Personal computer.

Stargate. 1981. Vid Kidz. Williams Electronics. Coin-operated.

Steel Battalion. 2002. Capcom. Capcom. Microsoft Xbox.

Storm. 1983. Computerware. Tandy Corporation,. Tandy TRS-80 Color Computer.

Straight Flush. 1979. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Strategy X. 1981. Konami. Stern Electronics. Coin-operated.

Stratovox. 1980. Sun Electronics. Taito. Coin-operated.

Streaking. 1982. Shoei. Shoei. Coin-operated.

Street Fighter. 1987. Capcom. Capcom. Coin-operated.

Stretch Panic. 2001. Treasure. Conspiracy Games. Sony PlayStation 2.

Strike Bowling. 1982. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

S.T.U.N. Runner. 1989. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Submarine. 1979. Midway. Midway. Coin-operated.

SubRoc-3D. 1982. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

Sundance. 1979. Cinematronics. Cinematronics. Coin-operated.

Super Astro Fighter. 1982. Nihon Bussan. Data East. Coin-operated.

Super Breakout. 1979. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Super Bond. 1982. Alpha. Alpha. Coin-operated.

Super Casino. 1982. Data Amusement. Data Amusement. Coin-operated.

Super Cobra. 1981. Konami. Konami. Coin-operated.

Super Cobra. 1981. Konami. Stern Electronics. Coin-operated.

Super Earth Invasion. 1980. Competitive Video. Competitive Video. Coin-operated.

Super Flipper. 1975. Chicago Coin Manufacturing Company. Chicago Coin Manufacturing Company. Coin-operated.

Super Heli. 1981. Unknown. Unknown. Coin-operated.

Super Locomotive. 1982. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

Super Mario Bros. 1985. Nintendo. Nintendo of America. Nintendo Entertainment System.

Super Missile Attack. 1981. General Computer. General Computer Corporation. Coin-operated.

Super Mouse. 1982. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Super Pac-Man. 1982. Namco. Bally/Midway. Coin-operated.

Super Pac-Man. 1982. Namco. Namco. Coin-operated.

Super Speed Race. 1979. Midway. Midway. Coin-operated.

Super Speed Race GP-V. 1980. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Super Tank. 1981. Computran. Computran. Coin-operated.

Super Tennis. 1991. Tokyo Shoseki. Nintendo. Super Nintendo Entertainment System.

Super Zaxxon. 1982. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

Survival. 1982. Rock-Ola. Rock-Ola. Coin-operated.

Swimmer. 1982. Tehkan. Centuri. Coin-operated.

T. T. Mahjong. 1981. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

T3mp3st. 2008. Mark Incitti. Blitz Research. Personal computer.

Tac/Scan. 1982. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

Tactician. 1981. Konami. Konami. Coin-operated.

Tail Gunner. 1979. Vectorbeam. Cinematronics. Coin-operated.

Tail Gunner 2. 1980. Exidy II. Exidy II. Coin-operated. (Often misreported as having been developed by Exidy, Tail Gunner 2 was in fact simply a cockpit version of the original game developed by Exidy II, a corporation established by Exidy to house the properties it had recently licensed from Cinematronics, the new owners of Vectorbeam [the original developer of Tail Gunner]).

Tank Battalion. 1980. Namco. Namco. Coin-operated.

Tank Battalion. 1981. Namco. Game Plan. Coin-operated.

Targ. 1980. Exidy. Exidy. Coin-operated.

Taurus Shuffle Alley. 1979. Williams Electronics/United. Williams Electronics/United. Coin-operated.

Tazz Mania. 1982. Stern Electronics. Stern Electronics. Coin-operated.

Team Fortress 2. The Orange Box. 2007. Valve. Valve. Microsoft Xbox 360.

Tempest. 1981. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Tempest (prototype). 1983. Atari. Atari. Atari 5200.

Tempest. 1983. EMM Software. EMM Software. Sinclair ZX Spectrum.

Tempest. 1983. Mikro-Gen. Mikro-Gen. Sinclair ZX Spectrum.

Tempest (prototype). 1984. Atari. Atari. Atari VCS/2600.

Tempest. 1985. Superior Software. Superior Software. Acorn Electron Computer System.

Tempest. 1985. Superior Software. Superior Software. BBC Microcomputer System.

Tempest. 1987. Electric Dreams Software. Electric Dreams Software. Amstrad Colour Personal Computer.

Tempest. 1987. Electric Dreams Software. Electric Dreams Software. Sinclair ZX Spectrum.

Tempest. 1989. Atari. Atari. Atari ST.

Tempest. 2010. Code Mystics. Code Mystics. Java.

Tempest 1000. 2001. Nick D’Arcy. Nick D’Arcy. Java.

Tempest 2000. 1994. Atari/Llamasoft. Atari. Atari Jaguar, personal computer, Sega Saturn.

Tempest 3000. 2000. Hasbro Interactive. Atari. Nuon enhanced DVD players.

Tempest Multigame. 1999. Clay Cowgill. Clay Cowgill. Coin-operated and personal computer.

Tempest Tubes. 1982. Duncan Brown. Duncan Brown. Coin-operated. Re-released by Hasbro for personal computer in 1999.

Tempest X3. 1996. Atari/Llamasoft. Atari. Sony PlayStation.

Terranean. 1980. Data East. Data East. Coin-operated.

Tetris. 1987. Elorg. Spectrum Holobyte. Personal computer.

Thief. 1981. Pacific Novelty. Pacific Novelty. Coin-operated.

3D Monster Maze. 1982. Malcolm Evans. J. K. Greye Software. Sinclair ZX81.

Time Pilot. 1982. Konami. Centuri. Coin-operated.

Time Pilot. 1982. Konami. Konami. Coin-operated.

Time Tunnel. 1982. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Tomahawk Missile. 1980. Electro Sport. Electro Sport. Coin-operated.

Tomahawk 777. 1980. Data East. Data East. Coin-operated.

Tora Tora. 1980. Game Plan. Game Plan. Coin-operated.

Tornado. 1981. Nihon Bussan. Data East. Coin-operated.

Tranquilizer Gun. 1980. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

Treasure Hunt. 1982. Hara Industries. Hara Industries. Coin-operated.

Triple Punch. 1982. KKI. KKI. Coin-operated.

Tri-pool. 1981. Noma. Noma. Coin-operated.

Triv-Quiz. 1982. Status. Status. Coin-operated.

Tron. 1982. Bally/Midway. Bally/Midway. Coin-operated.

Tsunami. 2001. Christopher Tumber. Capital S Software. GCE Vectrex.

Tsunami 2010. 2003. Apocalypse. Apocalypse. Personal computer.

Tug Boat. 1982. Moppet Video. Moppet Video. Coin-operated.

Tunnel Hunt. 1982. Atari. Centuri. Coin-operated.

Turbo. 1981. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

Turpin. 1981. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

Turtles. 1981. Stern Electronics. Stern Electronics. Coin-operated.

Tutankham. 1982. Konami. Konami. Coin-operated.

Tutankham. 1982. Konami. Stern Electronics. Coin-operated.

21 Blackjack. 1982. Amstar Electronics. Amstar Electronics. Coin-operated.

Typhoon 2001. 2000. Thorsten Kuphaldt. Thorsten Kuphaldt. Personal computer.

Ultima I: The First Age of Darkness. 1981. Richard Garriott/Origin Systems. California Pacific Computer Co./Origin Systems. Apple II.

Ultima II: The Revenge of the Enchantress. 1982. Richard Garriott. Sierra On-Line. Apple II.

UniWar S. 1980. Irem. Irem. Coin-operated.

Utopia. 1981. Don Daglow. Mattel. Mattel Intellivision.

Vanguard. 1981. TOSE. Centuri. Coin-operated.

Vanguard. 1981. TOSE. SNK. Coin-operated.

Vanguard. 1981. TOSE. Zaccaria. Coin-operated.

Vector Breakout. 1999. Clay Cowgill. Clay Cowgill. Coin-operated and personal computer.

Vector Breakout Pluss. 1999. Clay Cowgill. Clay Cowgill. Coin-operated and personal computer.

Vectrex Mini-Cade. 1982. ESI. ESI. Coin-operated.

Venture. 1981. Exidy. Exidy. Coin-operated.

Victory. 1982. Exidy. Exidy. Coin-operated.

Video 8 Ball. 1982. Century Electronics. Century Electronics. Coin-operated.

Video Hustler. 1981. Konami. Konami. Coin-operated.

Video Hustler. 1981. Konami. Tago Electronics. Coin-operated.

Video Pinball. 1978. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Vortex. Atari [Dave Theurer prototype]. 2000. Clay Cowgill. Tempest Multigame Hardware Kit.

War of the Bugs. 1981. Food and Fun/Armenia. Food and Fun/Armenia. Coin-operated.

War of the Worlds. 1982. Cinematronics. Cinematronics. Coin-operated.

Warlords. 1980. Atari. Atari. Coin-operated.

Warp & Warp. 1981. Namco. Namco. Coin-operated.

Warp & Warp. 1981. Namco. Rock-Ola. Coin-operated.

Warrior. 1979. Cinematronics/Vectorbeam. Cinematronics/Vectorbeam. Coin-operated.

Wild Western. 1982. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Wiping. 1982. Nichibitsu. Nichibitsu. Coin-operated.

Wizard of Wor. 1981. Dave Nutting Associates. Midway. Coin-operated.

Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord. 1981. Sir-Tech Software, Inc. Sir-Tech Software, Inc. Apple II.

Wizardry II: The Knight of Diamonds. 1982. Sir-Tech Software. Sir-Tech Software. Apple II.

Wolfenstein 3D. 1992. id Software. Apogee Software. Personal computer.

Wolfenstein 3D. 1994. id Software. Atari. Jaguar.

Word Zapper. 1982. Unknown. Unknown. Coin-operated.

World of Warcraft. 2004. Blizzard Entertainment. Blizzard Entertainment. Personal computer.

Xevious. 1982. Namco. Atari. Coin-operated.

Xevious. 1982. Namco. Namco. Coin-operated.

Yosaku To Donbei. 1979. Wing. Wing. Coin-operated.

Zap. 1980. Allied Leisure Industries. Allied Leisure Industries. Coin-operated.

Zarzon. 1981. SNK. Taito. Coin-operated.

Zaxxon. 1982. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

Zektor. 1982. Sega. Sega/Gremlin. Coin-operated.

Zero Hour. 1981. Universal. Universal. Coin-operated.

Zero Time. 1979. Petaco S.A. Petaco S. A. Coin-operated.

005. 1982. Sega. Sega. Coin-operated.

Zoar. 1982. Tago Electronics. Data East. Coin-operated.

Zoo Tycoon. 2001. Blue Fang Games. Microsoft. Personal computer.

Zook Keeper. 1982. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Zork: The Great Underground Empire. 1980. Infocom. Infocom. Tandy TRS-80 and Apple II.

ZunZun Block. 1979. Taito. Taito. Coin-operated.

Zzyzzyxx. 1982. Advanced Microcomputer Systems. Cinematronics. Coin-operated.

Softography

Beepa Pty Ltd. 2012. Fraps. Version 3.5.9. Microsoft Windows.

Micro-soft, Inc. [Microsoft]. 1981. Micro-soft DOS 1.0. 1981. Operating system.

Mills, Simon. 2000. TempEd. ThunderCross. Personal computer.

Personal Software, Inc. 1979. VisiCalc. Apple II.

Ville Linde. 2004. Project Tempest Jaguar Emulator. Microsoft Windows.

Videography

Battlestar Galactica. 1978–1979. Created by Glen A. Larson. Universal City, CA: MCA/Universal.

Beyond Westworld. 1980. Created by Michael Crichton. Beverly Hills, CA: MGM Television.

Blackstar. 1981. Produced by Norm Prescott and Lou Scheimer. Reseda, CA: Filmation.

Blake’s 7. 1978–1981. Created by Terry Nation. London: BBC.

Buck Rogers in the 25th Century. 1979–1981. Developed by Glen A. Larson and Leslie Stevens. Universal City, CA: Universal Studios.

Cosmos: A Personal Voyage. 1980. Created by Carl Sagan, Ann Druyan, and Steven Soter. Los Angeles: KCET.

Doctor Who. 1963–1989 and 2005–2014. Created by Sydney Newman, C. E. Webber, and Donald Wilson. London: BBC.

Dragon’s Lair. 1984–1985. Written by Michael Charles Hill. Burbank, CA: Ruby-Spears Productions.

Falcon Crest. 1981–1990. Created by Earl Hammer. Culver City, CA: Lorimar.

The Fall Guy. 1981–1986. Created by Glen A. Larson. Los Angeles: Twentieth Century Fox Television.

Galactica 1980. 1980. Created by Glen A. Larson. New York: ABC.

Game Center Arashi. 1982. Directed by Tameo Ogama. Tokyo: Shin-Ei Animation.

Hill Street Blues. 1981–1987. Created by Steven Bochco and Michael Kozoll. Los Angeles: Twentieth Century Fox Television.

Knight Rider. 1982–1986. Created by Glen A. Larson. Universal City, CA: MCA/Universal.

Mission: Impossible. 1966–1973. Created by Bruce Geller. Hollywood, CA: Paramount Television.

Mork & Mindy. 1978–1982. Created by Gary Marshall, Dale McRaven, and Joe Glauberg. Hollywood, CA: Paramount Television.

The New Adventures of Flash Gordon. 1979–1982. Created by Alex Raymond. Reseda, CA: Filmation.

Pac-Man. 1982–1983. Produced by Hanna-Barbera, Namco America, and Bally/Midway. Burbank, CA: Warner Bros. Television.

The Powers of Matthew Star. 1982–1983. Created by Steven E. de Souza. Hollywood, CA: Paramount Network Television.

Sapphire & Steel. 1979–1982. Created by Peter J. Hammond. London: ITV.

Saturday Supercade. 1983–1985. Starring Soupy Sales. Burbank, CA: Ruby-Spears Productions.

Star Trek. 1966–1969. Created by Gene Roddenberry. Hollywood, CA: Desilu Productions/Paramount Television.

Star Trek: The Next Generation. 1987–1994. Created by Gene Roddenberry. Hollywood, CA: Paramount Domestic Television.

Starcade. 1982–1984. Created by James Caruso and Mavis Arthur. Atlanta: WTBS/Turner Program Services.

“Subdivisions.” 2001. Created and performed by Rush. Rush Chronicles—The DVD Collection. Toronto/New York: Anthem/Mercury.

T. J. Hooker. 1982–1986. Created by Rick Husky. Culver City: Columbia Pictures Television.

Tarzan. 1966–1968. Starring Ron Ely. Burbank, CA: Warner Bros Television.

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