Playing a game has never been this easy; all you have to do is switch on your mobile phone, download a game you like, and play or chose to play something on a gaming console. But did you know how it was to play games in the nineties? The fun and the excitement of those days were marvelous. Here we take a trip down memory lane to talk about some of the classic arcade games in the history of video games.
Yes, the Mortal Kombat we play today started back in the year 1992. Along with Street Fighter, MK was a popular arcade game. It was so popular that after the first game’s launch; the creators launched a second version and a movie adaptation of it using the same name. It also gave birth to the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) due to the game’s extreme violence and action. The movie is one of the best adaptations of games in the history of movies.
You will never find someone who has not heard or played Pac-Man. One of the classics of the 1980s, Pac-Man was a game featuring the notorious Pac-Man himself. It used to float around a neon color maze, eating multiple dots in his path. The blinking dot indicated that the Pac-Man has to move out of his zone and eat the ghosts down. It has truly earned its respect as an absolute classic.
Another game on the list is Space Invaders, which came out in the year 1978. It looks very similar to Star Wars but was one of the most popular games at that time. It did not only make its name in history but also helped the creators make a lot of money, and was known as one of the most profitable games in arcade gaming history.
The all-time popular action and the fighting game was Street Fighter. It was developed by Capcom and was a first of its kind to have a command-based option for you to play it easily. This was one of the other games that forced the creators to launch its second game in 1992 and give the world an action movie of the same name.
Terminator 2: Judgement Day
The most popular classic was Terminator 2: Judgement Day. This is the first time when a movie got its own game. The game was tough and extremely challenging to move to the next round. Depicted the unique scenes from the movie and was popular due to having a movie with the same name.
That’s about it regarding some of the best 90s arcade games; but if you are looking for some family fun where you kids and play their heart out, and you too can have some nice family time, why not visit Flip N Fun Center. We have a trampoline park, bumper cars, arcade games, etc. So, in short, we have all the fun you can crave for. Call us now at (832) – 602-5400 to inquire more.