What's YOUR Best Arcade Game from the Past or Present... Be honest :-)?
From nearly 30 years ago... my early days in the Air Force, there was a local arcade that had one called Scramble. I played it so much, it reached the point that I could beat it without losing a life. One day I played it all the way through on my first ship, with a guy watching over my shoulder waiting a turn. When I finished the game and it started over, I told him I was done and he could take over. As it turned out, that was my last time to ever play. It had been a perfect game, I had an impressed witness, and I knew I could never top that experience, so never tried again.
Games were a lot simpler back then. Most six-year-olds today would consider it too easy, but in it's day, that was a fun game.
best is pac man some reason its to fun to pass up. and its always a game that takes my money.
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