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TeamRocketReviews
April 21st, 2012, 11:43 AM
Can anyone find a comprehensive list of arcade games in the tabletop "cocktail" format? I always liked these.

hargle
April 21st, 2012, 11:59 AM
this is kinda the wrong forum+website for that, but i can actually help because I wrote a tool called romlister, and I just happened to have updated it today.
http://www.waste.org/~winkles/ROMLister

here's a list of cocktail, 3 button games with a single joystick that MAME supports. I removed the clones, which means you'll get puckman and not pacman here.
Note also that just because the game supports a cocktail mode does not mean that every one of these games had been released in a tabletop cabinet.



005
10-Yard Fight (World, set 1)
1942 (Revision B)
1943 Kai: Midway Kaisen (Japan)
1943: The Battle of Midway (Euro)
4 Fun in 1
4-D Warriors (315-5162)
'88 Games
A. D. 2083
Acrobatic Dog-Fight
Act-Fancer Cybernetick Hyper Weapon (World revision 2)
Action Fighter (FD1089A 317-0018)
Airwolf
Ajax
Alcon (US)
Ali Baba and 40 Thieves
Alien Sector
Alpine Ski (set 1)
Ambush
Amidar
Appoooh
Arabian
Argus
Armed Formation
Armored Car (set 1)
Ashura Blaster (World)
ASO - Armored Scrum Object
Astro Blaster (version 3)
Astro Fantasia (Cassette)
Astro Fighter (set 1)
Athena
Atomic Robo-kid
Aurail (set 3, US, unprotected)
Avenging Spirit
Azurian Attack
Bagman
Baluba-louk no Densetsu
BanBam
Bank Panic
Battlantis
Battle Chopper
Battle Cross
Battle Cruiser M-12
Battle Lane! Vol. 5 (set 1)
Battle of Atlantis (set 1)
Ben Bero Beh (Japan)
Berzerk (set 1)
Big Bucks
Bio Attack
Bionic Commando (Euro)
Birdiy
Black Hole
Black Panther
Black Tiger
Blue Print (Midway)
Bogey Manor
Boggy '84
Bomb Jack (set 1)
Bongo
Bonze Adventure (World, Newer)
Boomer Rang'r / Genesis (set 1)
Borderline
Bosconian (new version)
Botanic
Boulder Dash (Cassette)
Boulder Dash / Boulder Dash Part 2 (World)
Brain
Break Thru (US)
Buccaneers (set 1)
Bullfight (315-5065)
Burger Time (Cassette)
Burger Time (Data East set 1)
Burnin' Rubber
Burnin' Rubber (Cassette, set 1)
B-Wings (Japan new Ver.)
Bygone
Calorie Kun vs Moguranian
Cannon Ball (Pacman Hardware)
Canvas Croquis
Captain Silver (World)
Car Jamboree
Catacomb
Cavelon
Chack'n Pop
Challenger
Chameleon
Champion Base Ball
Champion Base Ball Part-2: Pair Play (set 1)
Changes
Check Man
Cheeky Mouse
Chelnov - Atomic Runner (World)
Choplifter (8751 315-5151)
Chopper I (US set 1)
Chuka Taisen (World)
Circus Charlie (level select, set 1)
City Connection (set 1)
Clash-Road
Cluster Buster / Graplop (Cassette, set 1)
Cobra-Command (World revision 5)
Columns II: The Voyage Through Time (World)
Combat Hawk
Combat School (joystick)
Commando (Sega)
Commando (World)
Competition Golf Final Round (revision 3)
Congo Bongo
Contra (US, set 1)
Cop 01 (set 1)
Cosmic Alien (version II)
Cosmic Avenger
Cosmic Cop (World)
Cosmic Guerilla
Cosmos
Crazy Balloon (set 1)
Crazy Kong
Crazy Kong Part II (set 1)
Crazy Rally (set 1)
Crush Roller (Kural Samno)
Cue Brick (World version D)
Dacholer
Daikaiju no Gyakushu
Dangar - Ufo Robo (12/1/1986)
Dark Warrior
Darwin 4078 (Japan)
Dazzler
Dead Angle
Dead Connection (World)
Defend the Terra Attack on the Red UFO
Devil Fish
Devil Zone
Dig Dug (rev 2)
Dig Dug II (New Ver.)
Digger (CVS)
Dingo
Disco No.1
Disco No.1 (Cassette)
Do! Run Run (set 1)
Dock Man
Dog Fight (Thunderbolt)
Domino Man
Dommy
Donkey Kong (US set 1)
Donkey Kong 3 (US)
Donkey Kong Junior (US)
Dorodon (set 1)
Double Dragon (Japan)
Double Dragon II - The Revenge (World)
Double Dribble
Dr. Micro
Dr. Toppel's Adventure (World)
Dragon Breed (M81 PCB version)
Dragon Buster
Drakton (DK conversion)
Dream Shopper
Dynablaster / Bomber Man
Dynamic Ski
Dynamite Duke (Japan)
Eggor
Eight Ball Action (DK conversion)
Elevator Action
Eliminator (2 Players, set 1)
Empire City: 1931 (bootleg?)
Enigma II
Equites
Espial (Europe)
Evil Stone
Exciting Soccer
Exciting Soccer II
Exerion
Express Raider (US set 1)
Extreme Downhill (v1.5)
Exzisus (Japan, dedicated)
Eyes (US set 1)
F-1 Dream
Fantasy (World)
Fantasy Zone (Rev A, unprotected)
Fast Lane
Faster, Harder, More Challenging Q*bert (prototype)
Field Combat
Field Day
Fighting Basketball
Fighting Golf (World?)
Fighting Hawk (World)
Fighting Ice Hockey (Cassette)
Fighting Roller
Finalizer - Super Transformation
Fire Battle
Fire Shark
Flashgal (set 1)
Flicky (128k Version, System 2, 315-5051)
Flower (US)
Fly-Boy
Flying Ball (Cassette)
Flying Shark (World)
Formation Z
Frenzy
Frog & Spiders (bootleg?)
Frogger
Funky Bee
Funky Fish
Galaga (Namco rev. B)
Galaxian (Namco set 1)
Galivan - Cosmo Police (12/26/1985)
Gaplus (rev. D)
Gardia (317-0006)
Genpei ToumaDen
Ghostmuncher Galaxian (bootleg)
Ghosts'n Goblins (World? set 1)
Ghouls'n Ghosts (World)
Ginga NinkyouDen (set 1)
Gladiator (US)
Gladiator 1984
Go Go Mr. Yamaguchi / Yuke Yuke Yamaguchi-kun
Gold Bug
Gold Medalist
Golden Par Golf (Joystick, V1.1)
Golden Tee Golf (Joystick, v3.1)
Gomoku Narabe Renju
Gradius III (Japan)
Great Swordsman (World?)
Green Beret
Grind Stormer
Grobda (New Ver.)
Guardian (US)
Gun Dealer
Gun Dealer '94
Gun.Smoke (World)
Guzzler
Gyrodine
Gyruss (Konami)
HAL21
Halley's Comet (US)
Hammerin' Harry (World)
Hard Head
Hard Head 2 (v2.0)
Haunted Castle (version M)
Heart Attack
Heavy Metal (315-5135)
Heavy Unit (World)
HeliFire (set 1)
Hero
High Impact Football (rev LA5 02/15/91)
High Voltage
High Way Race
Highway Chase (Cassette)
Himeshikibu (Japan)
Hoccer (set 1)
Hole Land
Hopper Robo
Hopping Mappy
Horizon
Hot Shocker
Hot Shots Tennis (V1.1)
Hunchback (set 1)
Hunchback Olympic
Hyper Sports
I'm Sorry (315-5110, US)
Image Fight (Japan, revision A)
Insector (prototype)
Insector X (World)
Intrepid (set 1)
Iron Horse
Itazura Tenshi (Japan)
Jack Rabbit (set 1)
Jack the Giantkiller (set 1)
Jackal (World)
Jail Break
Joinem
Jolly Jogger
Journey
Jr. Pac-Man
Jump Bug
Jump Coaster
Jumping Cross
Jumping Jack
Jungle King (Japan)
Jungler
Juno First
Kabuki-Z (World)
Kaitei Takara Sagashi
Kamikaze
Kamikaze Cabbie
Kangaroo
Kaos
Karnov (US)
Kick Boy
Kick Rider
Kicker
Kid Niki - Radical Ninja (World)
Kid no Hore Hore Daisakusen
KiKi KaiKai
King & Balloon (US)
King of Boxer (English)
Knuckle Joe (set 1)
Kung-Fu Master
Kuri Kinton (World)
Kusayakyuu
Kyros
Lady Bug
Lady Master of Kung Fu
Land Sea Air Squad / Riku Kai Kuu Saizensen
Lasso
Last Mission (US revision 6)
Legend
Legend of Makai (World)
Leprechaun
Liberation
Liquid Kids (World)
Lock'n'Chase
Lock'n'Chase (Cassette)
Loco-Motion
Lode Runner (set 1)
Lode Runner II - The Bungeling Strikes Back
Lode Runner III - The Golden Labyrinth
Logger
Looping
Lot Lot
Lover Boy
Lucky Poker (Cassette)
Lupin III (set 1)
Macho Mouse
Mad Alien
Mad Crasher
Mad Gear (US)
Mag Max
Magical Cat Adventure
Magical Spot
Magical Spot II
Major Title (World)
Major Title 2 (World)
Mania Challenge (set 1)
Many Block
Mappy (US)
Marine Boy
Mariner
Markham
Marvin's Maze
Master of Weapon (World)
Mat Mania
Maze of Flott (Japan)
Mega Blast (World)
Mega Zone (Konami set 1)
Megatack
Meikyu Jima (Japan)
Mermaid
Metro-Cross (set 1)
Mighty Guy
Mighty Monkey
Mikie
Minky Monkey
Mission 660 (US)
Mission-X (Cassette)
Mister Viking (315-5041)
Moguchan
Momoko 120%
Money Money
Monster Bash
Moon Cresta (Nichibutsu)
Moon Patrol
Moon Quasar
Moon Shuttle (US?)
Motos
Mouser
Mr. Do!
Mr. Do's Castle (set 1)
Mr. Do's Wild Ride
Mr. Goemon (Japan)
Mr. Jong (Japan)
Mr. Kougar
Mr. TNT
Ms. Pac-Man
MTV Rock-N-Roll Trivia (Part 2)
Mustache Boy
Mutant Night
MX5000
My Hero (US, not encrypted)
Mysterious Stones - Dr. John's Adventure
NATO Defense
Naughty Boy
Naughty Mouse (set 1)
Navarone
Nemesis (ROM version)
Net Wars
New Rally X
New Sinbad 7
New York! New York!
Nibbler (rev 9)
Night Star (Cassette, set 1)
Ninja Emaki (US)
Ninja Kazan (World)
Ninja Spirit
Ninja-Kid II / NinjaKun Ashura no Shou (set 1)
Ninjakun Majou no Bouken
Niyanpai (Japan)
No Man's Land
Noboranka (Japan)
Oli-Boo-Chu
Onna Sansirou - Typhoon Gal (set 1)
Orbitron
Othello (version 3.0)
Ozon I
Pac & Pal
Pac-Land (World)
Pac-Man Plus
Pandora's Palace
Parallel Turn
Parodius DA! (World, set 1)
Pengo (set 1 rev c)
Penguin-Kun Wars (US)
Perestroika Girls
Perfect Billiard
Performan (Japan)
Peter Pepper's Ice Cream Factory (Cassette, set 1)
Phoenix (Amstar)
Phozon (Japan)
Pickin'
Pig Newton (version C)
Pinbo (set 1)
Pioneer Balloon
Pirate Ship Higemaru
Pirate Treasure
Pisces
Pit & Run - F-1 Race (set 1)
Pitfall II (315-5093)
Pleiads (Tehkan)
Plus Alpha
Ponpoko
Pooyan
Pop Flamer (protected)
Popeye (revision D)
Popper
Porky
Power Surge
Pro Baseball Skill Tryout (Japan)
Pro Bowling (Cassette)
Pro Soccer (Cassette)
Pro Sports - Bowling, Tennis, and Golf
Pro Tennis (Cassette)
Professor Pac-Man
Psychic 5 (set 1)
Psycho-Nics Oscar (World revision 0)
PuckMan (Japan set 1)
Pushman (Korea, set 1)
Puzznic (World)
Q*bert (US set 1)
R2D Tank
Rack 'em Up
Radar Scope
Radar Zone
Rafflesia (315-5162)
Raiders
Raiders5
Raimais (World)
Rainbow Islands (new version)
Rally Bike / Dash Yarou
Rally X (32k Ver.?)
Rastan (World)
Red Alert
Red Clash (set 1)
Reikai Doushi (Japan)
Renegade (US)
Repulse
Return of the Invaders
Rezon
River Patrol (Orca)
Road Fighter (set 1)
Robby Roto
Robocop (World revision 4)
Rock Duck (prototype?)
Roc'n Rope
Roller Jammer
Rolling Thunder (new version)
Rootin' Tootin' / La-Pa-Pa (Cassette)
Rougien
Round-Up
Route 16 (set 1)
R-Type (World)
R-Type II
Rumba Lumber
Rygar (US set 1)
S.R.D. Mission
Sadari
Saint Dragon (set 1)
Salamander (version D)
Samurai Nihon-ichi (set 1)
Sasuke vs. Commander
Satan of Saturn (set 1)
Satan's Hollow (set 1)
Saturn
Sauro
Scion
Scorpion (set 1)
Scramble
Scrambled Egg
Scrum Try (Cassette, set 1)
Sea Fighter Poseidon
Section Z (set 1)
Sega Ninja (315-5102)
Seicross
Senjyo
SF-X
Shanghai Kid
Shinobi (set 6, System 16A, unprotected)
Shinobi / FZ-2006 (Korean System 16 bootleg) (ISG Selection Master Type 2006)
Shoot Out (US)
Shot Rider
Sindbad Mystery
Sky Army
Sky Base
Sky Bumper
Sky Fox
Sky Lancer
Sky Skipper
Sly Spy (US revision 3)
Snap Jack
Soldier Girl Amazon
Solomon's Key (US)
Sonic Boom (FD1094 317-0053)
SOS
Space Cruiser
Space Fighter Mark II (set 1)
Space Firebird (Nintendo, set 1)
Space Force (set 1)
Space Fortress (CVS)
Space Fury (revision C)
Space Intruder
Space Invaders II (Midway, cocktail)
Space King 2
Space Odyssey (version 2)
Space Panic (version E)
Space Raider
Space Seeker
Space Stranger
Space Zap
Spatter
Speak & Rescue
Special Forces
Special Forces II
Spelunker
Spelunker II
Spiders (set 1)
Splendor Blast
Springer
Star Force
Star Jacker (Sega)
Stinger
Streaking (set 1)
Strider (USA, B-Board 89624B-2)
Submarine
Success Joe (World)
Super Astro Fighter (Cassette)
Super Bagman
Super Basketball (version I, encrypted)
Super Casino
Super Cobra
Super Cross II (Japan, set 1)
Super Doubles Tennis
Super High Impact (rev LA1 09/30/91)
Super Locomotive
Super Mouse
Super Pac-Man
Super Qix (World, Rev 2)
Super Ranger (v2.0)
Super Real Darwin (World)
Super Rider
Super Space Invaders '91 (World, Rev 1)
Super Stingray (Japan)
Super Wing
Superbike
Surprise Attack (World ver. K)
Survival
SWAT (315-5048)
Swimmer (set 1)
Syusse Oozumou (Japan)
Tactician (set 1)
Talbot
Tank Battalion
Tapper (Budweiser, set 1)
Task Force Harrier
Taxi Driver
Tazz-Mania (set 1)
TeddyBoy Blues (315-5115, New Ver.)
Tennis (bootleg of Pro Tennis)
Terra Cresta (YM3526 set 1)
Terra Force
Terranean (Cassette)
Test Tape (Cassette)
Tetris (D.R. Korea)
The Battle-Road
The Big Pro Wrestling!
The Bounty
The End
The FairyLand Story
The Hand
The Legend of Kage
The Lost Castle In Darkmist
The NewZealand Story (World, new version) (newer PCB)
The Percussor
The Pit
The Speed Rumbler (set 1)
The Tower of Druaga (New Ver.)
Thief
Thunder & Lightning
Thunder Hoop (Ver. 1)
Thunder Strike (set 1)
Tiger Heli (US)
Tiger Road (US)
Timber
Time Pilot
Time Pilot '84 (set 1)
Time Tunnel
Toki (World, set 1)
Toki no Senshi - Chrono Soldier
Tomahawk 777 (rev 5)
Top Roller
Tornado (Cassette)
Tournament Pro Golf (Cassette)
Track & Field
Traverse USA / Zippy Race
Treasure Island (Cassette, set 1)
Trick Trap (World?)
Tricky Doc (set 1)
Trio The Punch - Never Forget Me... (World)
Triple Punch
Trog (rev LA5 03/29/91)
Trojan (US)
Truxton / Tatsujin
Turtles
Tutankham
Twin Eagle - Revenge Joe's Brother
Ufo Senshi Yohko Chan (MC-8123, 317-0064)
Ultra Balloon
Ultraman (Japan)
Uncle Poo
UniWar S
Up'n Down (315-5030)
Valtric
Vanguard II
Van-Van Car
Vastar (set 1)
Video Eight Ball
Video Hustler
Vigilante (World, set 1)
Volfied (World, revision 1)
VS Gong Fight
Vulcan Venture (New)
Vulgus (set 1)
Wall Street
Wanted
War of the Bugs or Monsterous Manouvers in a Mushroom Maze
Wardner (World)
Warp & Warp
Water Ski
Wiggie Waggie
Willow (USA)
Wily Tower
Wiping
Wit's (Japan)
Wiz
Wonder Boy (set 1, 315-5177)
Wonder Boy in Monster Land (Japan New Ver., MC-8123, 317-0043)
Wonder Momo
Wonder Planet (Japan)
Woodpecker (set 1)
World Tennis
X Multiply (World, M81)
Xain'd Sleena
Xevious (Namco)
XX Mission
Yam! Yam!?
Yamato (US)
Yie Ar Kung-Fu (set 1)
Youjyuden (Japan)
Zaviga
Zero Hour (set 1)
Zero Wing (1P set)
Zeroize (Cassette)
Zig Zag (Galaxian hardware, set 1)
Zoar
Zodiack
Zzyzzyxx (set 1)

TeamRocketReviews
April 22nd, 2012, 05:20 AM
So... I guess this means that all of these games could be found in cocktail type cabs in real life? I'm not referring to mame.

hargle
April 22nd, 2012, 10:05 AM
well, your question is why I said this:


Note also that just because the game supports a cocktail mode does not mean that every one of these games had been released in a tabletop cabinet.

Lots of game companies made the software for the game that could handle cocktail mode (that just means that the screen flips and the controller inputs changed to use the other side of the cabinet's joystick+buttons.) That's fairly easy to do in software, but meant that a game company had to 2x their costs for buying joysticks and buttons, so lots of the games that can do cocktail were not necessarily available in that cabinet type.

So the answer you're looking for is No. I'm not certain a list like what you're after exists. It's like asking for a list of every car from every manufacturer that was available in Blue.

Cocktail cabinets are fairly desirable, especially as MAME cabinets because they are a bit more home friendly. Thus, they can sell for $50-$200 even for a gutted cabinet. I paid $75 for my gutted galaga cabinet about 6 years ago, and prices have only gone up.

You will have a much bigger audience if you ask questions here:
http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/index.php/board,1.0.html

Maverick1978
April 23rd, 2012, 08:37 AM
Also... check out arcade-museum.com... their lists are relatively comprehensive, and they have pix. And sales lists. And want lists. And their forums are much better suited to answer the types of questions that you're asking, as they're dedicated to the restoration and preservation of classic ARCADE machines rather than of classic computers ;)

(yes, just poking a bit of fun, dude - like Hargle and others, I'm into Arcades as well - just don't have any at the moment)

barythrin
April 23rd, 2012, 12:36 PM
"the Killer List of Video Games"/KLOV (http://www.arcade-museum.com/) as Mav pointed out used to be the defacto in arcade systems and sales/prices. There used to be a really nice list they had of arcades by location and games for sale. Actually per your other thread the one I let get away was the 6 player dual screen X-Men arcade. For a time that was going for $250 regularly.