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Arcade games. Titles from this category require particularly good manual skills. Main purpose of the gameplay is to reach a specific point or defeat enemies while controlling a character or a vehicle. Arcade games usually don’t have any story or have it in a very simple form. This category contains e.g. popular platformers. more

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Arkanoid
Arkanoid

Arcade 22 April 1988

Arkanoid is a classic arcade game in which, using a small rack and balls, we have to destroy a brick wall, built in various configurations.

Back to the Future III
Back to the Future III

Arcade 12 March 1991

Back to the Future III is an arcade game, which plot refers to the third episode of the popular adventure film series, directed by Robert Zemeckis. This time Marty McFly will move in time until 1885, where he will try to prevent the murder of his friend Dr. Brown.

Pro Pinball: Big Race USA
Pro Pinball: Big Race USA

Arcade 31 December 1998

Another, third title from an excellent series of pinball simulators. This time we have at our disposal a table in a typical American style, and the plot of the game focuses on the theme of a taxi ride through the United States.

Totally Spies! Totally Party
Totally Spies! Totally Party

Arcade 23 October 2007

Departure Agents: Departure Party is an arcade game for children based on the canvas of the popular animated series "Totally Spies. The title was produced by OUAT Entertainment, a company employed by French company Ubisoft to create the work.

Akimbo: Kung Fu Hero
Akimbo: Kung Fu Hero

Arcade 20 November 2000

Platformers, once some of the most popular games, are now practically extinct. After many years of drought, a game of Polish production has appeared, which resurrects this almost forgotten species.

Shoot Many Robots
Shoot Many Robots

Arcade 06 April 2012

Shoot Many Robots is an old style side-scroll 2D arcade game by Demiurge studio in Boston. Players direct the actions of people who stand up to fight rebellious robots. The aim of the game is to exterminate as many enemies as possible using a variety of weapons - from pistols to chainsaws. In the cooperation mode, four people can participate in the struggle with robots.

Batman: The Movie
Batman: The Movie

Arcade 20 June 1989

Batman: The Movie is an arcade game, which, as you can easily guess, is based on the plot of the film under the same title. The player playing the role of the Dark Knight will have to curb the criminal drive of Joker and save the city of Gotham from extinction.

Magic Pockets
Magic Pockets

Arcade 11 June 1992

In Magic Pockets, a platformer by Bitmap Brothers, you'll play the role of a little boy who has been stolen by evil creatures from all toys. In order to recover them, you will have to travel through four vast worlds, divided into several smaller stages.

Lightweight Ninja
Lightweight Ninja

Arcade 15 July 2001

A very pleasant platform game created with the use of nice two-dimensional drawing graphics, designed for the youngest players.

Boulder Dash: Treasure Pleasure
Boulder Dash: Treasure Pleasure

Arcade 12 September 2003

Boulder Dash: Treasure Pleasure is another part of the legendary dexterity and logic series, launched in 1984 under the banner of First Star Software and dedicated to several home microcomputers.

SpongeBob Squarepants: Operation Krabby Patty
SpongeBob Squarepants: Operation Krabby Patty

Arcade 30 March 2002

A set of fun arcade and logic games for the youngest players, whose main character is a piece of Swiss cheese SpongeBon together with friends.

Hologram Time Traveler
Hologram Time Traveler

Arcade 28 March 2001

A modern adaptation of the arcade hit from gaming salons, in which Marchall Gram sets out to rescue the kidnapped princess Kyi-La. Traveling through time we will face space knights, ninja warriors, cavemen, robots, cowboys and other opponents from different epochs.

Finding Nemo: Nemo's Underwater World of Fun
Finding Nemo: Nemo's Underwater World of Fun

Arcade 11 May 2003

Where is Nemo: Underwater playground is the second game, openly referring to the hit animated film entitled "The Bubble". Finding Nemo (Where Nemo is) and dedicated not only to children but also to whole families. The user therefore visits the sea depths again to experience fantastic events in a series of colourful creatures and to enlarge the horizons.

Hugo: The Magic Oak
Hugo: The Magic Oak

Arcade 20 February 2001

The arcade game belongs to the popular series addressed to the youngest players. Our task is to help the title little troll Hugo find his way home, experiencing a lot of interesting adventures and solving logical riddles. The game teaches elements of mathematics, exercises memory, develops the ability to think logically and associate facts.

Sea Wolves
Sea Wolves

Arcade 02 November 2003

Sea Wolves (Polish: Wilk Morski) is a simple arcade game. As the title suggests, we are in charge of a sea-going ship here, while virtual struggles have been set in a world affected by cataclysms, as a result of which most of the dry land has disappeared under the surface of the water.

Luxor 2
Luxor 2

Arcade 08 December 2005

Luxor 2 is an extremely fast puzzle-arcade game, whose plot was located in ancient Egypt. It is part of a cycle initially intended for owners of personal computers.

Cooking Academy 2: World Cuisine
Cooking Academy 2: World Cuisine

Arcade 27 April 2009

Continuation of an arcade game devoted to the art of cooking. Virtual chefs will find 60 recipes from 8 countries: China, Italy, America, India, Thailand, Mexico, Japan and France.

Road Runner
Road Runner

Arcade 20 March 1989

Road Runner is a simple arcade game by Mindscape, whose story is based entirely on the popular series of cartoons with Strus Pędziwiatrem (Road Runner) and Kojotem (Wille E. Coyote) in the leading roles. The latter would like to eat the bird for breakfast - the only problem is that he would have to catch it first....

Tetris Worlds
Tetris Worlds

Arcade 09 November 2001

Tetris Worlds is a variation created by developers from Blue Planet Software studio on one of the most popular logical games in the history of the industry. Compared to the classic Tetris, the title introduces a few innovative ideas in gameplay and fabulously colourful visual setting. Players can test their skills in 6 variants of solo fun and competing in 4-player multiplayer mode.

Scooter Challenge
Scooter Challenge

Arcade 30 November 2001

Scooter Challenge is a studio-produced IncaGold arcade game in which the player can try their hand at racing on a scooter. Race routes run through London, New York, Cairo, Rio de Janeiro and Sydney. The creators took care of several variants of the game, including the option of multi-player competition.

Pearl Harbor: Strike At Dawn
Pearl Harbor: Strike At Dawn

Arcade 22 June 2001

An arcade game set in the realities of World War II, namely the American-Japanese war in the Pacific. Players control one of the combat planes, which then clashed in the skies and in fifteen combat missions must tilt the victory room to the side of their country.

Fastlane Pinball
Fastlane Pinball

Arcade 28 November 2005

Fastlane Pinball is a budget program simulating pinball. The creators from the Dutch company Framework Studios focused primarily on online gameplay and competition between players.

Ms. Pac-Man: Quest for the Golden Tomb
Ms. Pac-Man: Quest for the Golden Tomb

Arcade 30 October 2001

The latest installment of the classic series of Namco arcade tiles. This time the main role is played by Mrs. Pac-Man, and the maps are three-dimensional. More than 50 different levels and additional mini-games await you. Multiplayer is also available in two different modes.

GoJoe Pogo
GoJoe Pogo

Arcade 17 June 2003

GoJoe Pogo is a simple arcade game, addressed primarily to the youngest computer users. The simple story is as follows: The circus comes to the town where the title character lives. Joe really wants to see the show, but because of scraping something, his mother doesn't allow him to do it.