Classic Arcade Machines for Sale

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Classic Arcade Machines from “The Golden Age of Arcade Games” (1978 to 1983)

Below is a list of some of the top selling arcade machines from the Golden Age of Arcade Video Games. These often sought after vintage video games are the classic arcade machines that were the most popular and most influential that were released from 1978 to 1983. Some of the arcade games of this era were even so successful and popular that they emerged in pop culture. The first game to emerge in popular culture was the huge arcade hit Space Invaders. The game was so popular that it was thought to cause a shortage of Japanese 100yen coins (the coin used for the Space Invader coin op machines in Japan at the time) which lead to an increase in production of the coins to meet the overwhelming demand for the game. If you think about it that is some pretty crazy stuff and just shows how popular arcade games once were worldwide.

List if the Most Popular Arcade Machines During the Golden Age of Arcade Games
Space Invaders – Release Date: 1978 by: Taito (Japan) / Midway (U.S.)
Galaxian – Release Date: 1979 by: Namco (Japan) / Midway (U.S.)
Lunar Lander – Release Date: 1979 by: Atari
Asteroids – Release Date: 1979 by: Atari
Battlezone – Release Date: 1980 by: Atari
Berzerk – Release Date: 1980 by: Stern Electronics
Centipede – Release Date: 1980 by: Atari
Missile Command – Release Date: 1980 by: Atari
Pac-Man – Release Date: 1980 by: Namco (Japan) / Midway (U.S.)
Phoenix – Release Date: 1980 by: Amstar Electronics / Centuri (U.S.) / Taito (Japan)
Rally-X – Release Date: 1980 by: Namco
Star Castle – Release Date: 1980 by: Cinematronics
Wizard of Wor – Release Date: 1980 by: Midway
Defender – Release Date: 1981 by: Williams Electronics
Tempest – Release Date: 1981 by: Atari
Donkey Kong – Release Date: 1981 by: Nintendo
Frogger – Release Date: 1981 by: Konami (Japan) / Sega-Gremlin (North America)
Scramble – Release Date: 1981 by: Konami (Japan) / Stern (North America)
Galaga – Release Date: 1981 by: Namco (Japan) / Midway (North America)
Gorf – Release Date: 1981 by: Midway
Ms. Pac-Man – Release Date: 1981 by: Midway (North America) / Namco
Qix – Release Date: 1981 by: Taito
Vanguard – Release Date: 1981 by: SNK (Japan) / Centuri (US)
BurgerTime – Release Date: 1982 by: Data East (Japan) / Bally Midway (US)
Dig Dug – Release Date: 1982 by: Namco (Japan) / Atari (North America)
Donkey Kong Junior – Release Date: 1982 by: Nintendo
Front Line – Release Date: 1982 by: Taito
Joust – Release Date: 1982 by: Williams Electronics
Jungle King – Release Date: 1982 by: Taito
Moon Patrol – Release Date: 1982 by: Irem (Japan) / Williams Electronics (U.S.)
Pengo – Release Date: 1982 by: Sega
Pole Position – Release Date: 1982 by: Namco (Japan) / Atari (U.S.)
Q*bert – Release Date: 1982 by: Gottlieb
Robotron 2084 – Release Date: 1982 by: Williams Electronics
Gravitar – Release Date: 1982 by: Atari
Star Trek – Release Date: 1982 by: Sega
Time Pilot – Release Date: 1982 by: Konami (Japan) / Centuri (U.S.)
Tron – Release Date: 1982 by: Bally Midway
Xevious – Release Date: 1982 by: Namco (Japan) / Atari (U.S.)
Zaxxon – Release Date: 1982 by: Sega
Dragon’s Lair – Release Date: 1983 by: Cinematronics (U.S.) / Taito (Japan)
Elevator Action – Release Date: 1983 by: Taito
Gyruss – Release Date: 1983 by: Konami (Japan) / Centuri (U.S.)
Mappy – Release Date: 1983 by: Namco (Japan) / Bally Midway (U.S.)
Mario Bros. – Release Date: 1983 by: Nintendo
Spy Hunter – Release Date: 1983 by: Bally Midway
Star Wars – Release Date: 1983 by: Atari
Tapper – Release Date: 1983 by: Bally Midway
Track & Field – Release Date: 1983 by: Konami (Japan) / Centuri (North America)
1942 – Release Date: 1984 by: Capcom
Paperboy – Release Date: 1984 by: Atari
Punch-Out!! – Release Date: 1984 by: Nintendo

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