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NEW RELEASE -  Top Arcade Games of 80s (Eighties)

Do you know which arcade games were the most popular in the era of 80s? In this article we will let you know about them so just read this piece of information till the end to find out what you need to know about the golden era of arcade games. When we talk about the golden age of cocktail arcade machines collection here , we can say that it was the time of late 70s to mid-80s.

At that time there were very popular games that came to the surface and won everyone’s heart. Some of these games are still being played all over the world because they attracted a large number of audiences.

We have collected some information for the sake of your ease so you would be able to know which games were the most prevalent at that time. No need to look around in search of the right information because we are right here for you what you really should know, so just have a look.
Following are the top 80s games of arcade:

Frogger was one of the most popular games that came into the surface in 1981. It was made by Konami, and got authorization from the North American distribution by Sega-Gremlin. This game is considered as a classic from the golden age of video arcade games and considered among many because of its novel gameplay and theme.
The object of the game is to help frogs to go to their homes one by one by crossing a busy road and directing a river that is full of risks. This game is also a primary example of a game that has more than one CPU, and is utilized with the help of two Z80 processors.

In the 80s arcade games list we cannot miss this amazing game named Tetris. It is a Soviet tile-matching puzzle video game that was initially made and encoded by Alexey Pajitnov. It came into surface in the year 1984, while he was working for the Dorodnicyn Computing Centre of the Academy of Science of the USSR that is located in Moscow.

The name of this game came from its name from the Greek algebraic prefix tetra- and tennis, which was Pajitnov's favorite sport. This game is also considered the foremost amusement software to be traded from the USSR to the US and issued by Spectrum HoloByte for IBM PC and Commodore 64.

This game was introduced by Atari Games in the year 1985. Here the players take the part of a paperboy who gives newspapers sideways a residential street on his bicycle. The game was ported to many video game consoles and personal PCs.
The Nintendo Entertainment System model showed the primary NES game made in America and unexpectedly, the Sega Master System model signified the primary SMS game made in the United Kingdom.

We hope that the above information would be enough for you to know what kind of games were in demand in the times of 80s. If you have never played them before then try them out now. We hope you would love playing them. 

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