Arcade Games

Arcade genre games are a type of video game that originated in the 1970s and 1980s. These games are typically designed to be fast-paced, challenging, and easy to pick up and play, making them popular among players of all ages. The goal of most arcade genre games is to achieve a high score by completing various tasks or surviving as long as possible.

The arcade genre comes in a variety of genres, including shooting games, fighting games, sports games, and puzzle games. One of the most iconic arcade games is “Pac-Man”, a maze game in which the player must guide a character through a maze to eat dots while avoiding ghosts. Another classic arcade game is “Donkey Kong”, a platformer in which the player controls a character trying to rescue a lady while avoiding obstacles. “Street Fighter II”, a fighting game, popularized the genre and inspired many other fighting games