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The second arcade installment of the Sega Bass Fishing series, switching the realistic fishing line controller with a standard trackball.
An arcade target-practice game by Sega focused on the sport of clay pigeon shooting.
A comedic American Football arcade game by Sammy.
A 2006 arcade hunting game by Sega and the sequel to Sammy's earlier Extreme Hunting.
Sixth installment of the Metal Slug franchise and the first to leave the Neo-Geo hardware. Introduces two new characters from the Ikari Warriors/King of Fighters franchises.
Developed by the team behind the Guilty Gear series, Fist of the North Star is a fighting game adaptation of the hyper-violent post-apocalyptic manga and anime of the same name.
Various SNK series, from Fatal Fury to Metal Slug, collide in this 2-on-2 tag-team crossover fighting game from SNK Playmore.
Continuing the tag-team mechanics of King of Fighters 2003, The King of Fighters XI is the eleventh main entry in the long-running fighting game series and the second in the Ash Saga.
Originally released for the Atomiswave arcade system, Samurai Shodown VI is a "dream match" installment featuring all fighters from the main series and the ability to choose between a variety of different gameplay styles.
The Rumble Fish 2, developed for the Atomiswave, adds new characters and introduces some new mechanics.
A horse racing arcade game developed by Sammy in 2005.
A hunting arcade game from Sammy.
Street racing game using the arcade Atomiswave hardware.
The first King of Fighters game to be built on arcade hardware other than the Neo Geo is a remake of King of Fighters 2002, complete with a new button and three gameplay styles for a variety of new techniques and strategies.
An arcade mahjong game by Sammy, based on the manga and anime series Salaryman Kintarou.
The Rumble Fish is a fighting game created by Dimps for the Atomiswave arcade platform. Its most distinguishing quality is its graphics engine, which animates the characters' limbs separately.
Ranger Mission is an arcade rail shooter that puts you in a simulation of combat. There are four missions with several parts with distinct wepons in each of them.
A 2003 soccer game by Dimps.
A spin-off version of Guilty Gear X2, in which up to four players can fight AT THE SAME TIME. It's as complicated and chaotic as it sounds.
Force Five was a 3D fighting game on the AtomisWave arcade platform.
The 2003 entry in the Taiwanese beat-'em-up series Knights of Valour.
Sammy's Atomiswave arcade shoot-em-up in the vein of Metal Slug, where players ride dolphins and destroy fleets of enemy ships and submarines. This arcade shoot-em-up was never ported to any home console.
A 2003 arcade racing game by Sammy.
A beat 'em up arcade game.
A 2003 arcade light-gun shooter by Sammy.
The first major update to the Guilty Gear fighting game series brings new higher-quality spritework and new combo-heavy game mechanics.
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