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Where to Find Best Arcade Games
Arcade games, historically, emerged as early as the late 1920's where you could find theme parks
which combined mechanical form of gaming machines and a great fun atmosphere. This was the
beginning of modern gaming. The first pinball machines that were made were mainly coin-operated.
To play the game, you slotted in your coin or token and when that runs out the game ended. You
then had to purchase further tokens if so desired. Now, most pinball machines use solid state
electronics to operate. Scores and bonuses are all electronically controlled.

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In the seventies, one of the major arcade games manufacturers Atari, which was started by Ted
Dabney and Nolan Busnell dominated the arcade games industry with one of the best arcade
games. With viral marketing and the sheer addictive nature of these games, - including The Pacman
series, Donkey Kong, Pong and Space Invaders - many video arcade game machines sprouted up all
over cities especially popular social hangouts such as bars, college campuses, supermarkets, movie
theaters and gambling houses. In fact, te presence of these machines in seedier places rather led to a
dip in its popularity as increasing people perception of it changed. The advanced gaming console
technology also contributed to the decline in the popularity of these slot machines.

With this decline in fortunes, dedicated arcade games businesses started to suffer and many had to
close down or diversify. Diversification involved offering other attractions such as rides with arcade
games being only a small part of the business and at least offering arcade lovers to still indulge in
their passion. Most of these centers are so different; they are no longer what they used to be.
These days, playing arcade games has moved on even further and they are readily available on many
internet platforms. If you get fed up sitting at home with your xbox360 as your only comfort, you
can decide to surf the net not only for free arcade games but also for the fantastic social interaction
that a good gaming platform offers. With these free internet games, there is no need to slot coins,
neither do you need to physically get to the appropriate venue. All you need is a web connection preferably a broadband connection - and a penchant for arcade games. You will discover that you
are spoilt for choice, with so many new games beckoning.
The progress of the genre and quality of arcade games has been fantastic. However, the basic theme
which makes an arcade game what it is, is still present in even modern games. The gamer is
generally offered different levels with each next level progressively more difficult than the previous
one. There is also more interaction with the user these days and newer games such as Mortal
Kombat and Street Fighter I and II offer two player fighting themes. Other types of arcade games
include dance games - such as Dance Revolution and DrumMania - and rail shooting games such as
Time Crisis and House of the Dead.
Arcade games have changed through the years to be widely available on good gaming platforms. If
you love immersing yourself in free arcade games, there are many choices available today.


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