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Arcade Games of the 90’s – Part 2: 1991

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A list of arcade games that were released in 1991!

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001 – 64th. Street – A Detective Story – Jaleco
002 – Acrobat Mission – UPL
003 – Agress – Missile Daisenryaku – Palco
004 – Arabian Fight – Sega
005 – Atomic Punk – Dynablaster – Bomber Man – Irem
006 – Avenging Spirit – Jaleco
007 – Batman – Atari
008 – Battlecry – Home Data
009 – Bells & Whistles – Detana! Twin Bee – Konami
010 – Berlin Wall, The – Kaneko
011 – Black Heart – UPL
012 – Blade Master – Cross Blades! – Irem
013 – Block Block – Capcom
014 – Bouncing Balls – Comad
015 – Bowl-O-Rama – P&P Marketing
016 – Brute Force – Leland
017 – Captain America and The Avengers – Data East
018 – Captain Commando – Capcom
019 – Caveman Ninja – Data East
020 – China Town – Data East
021 – Clutch Hitter – Sega
022 – Cosmic Cop – Gallop Armed Police Unit – Irem
023 – Cosmo Gang the Video – Namco
024 – D. D. Crew – Sega
025 – Danny Sullivan’s Indy Heat – Leland
026 – Double Axle – Taito
027 – Double Dealer – NMK
028 – Drift Out – Visco
029 – Dynamic Country Club – Sega
030 – E.D.F. _ Earth Defense Force – Jaleco
031 – Escape Kids – Konami
032 – F-1 Grand Prix – Video System
033 – F-15 Strike Eagle – Microprose Games
034 – F1 Exhaust – Sega
035 – Fatal Fury – King of Fighters SNK
036 – Ghost Pilots – SNK
037 – Ghox – Toaplan
038 – Golden Tee Golf II – Strata – Incredible Technologies
039 – Golfing Greats – Konami
040 – Grand Prix Star – Jaleco
041 – Gulf Storm – Dooyong
042 – Gulf War II – Comad
043 – Gunforce – Battle Fire Engulfed Terror Island – Irem
044 – Hacha Mecha Fighter – NMK
045 – Hasamu – Irem
046 – Karate Blazers – Video System Co
047 – King of Dragons, The – Capcom
048 – King of the Monsters – SNK
049 – Knights of the Round – Capcom
050 – Legend of Success Joe _ Ashita no Joe Densetsu – SNK
051 – Lethal Thunder – Irem
052 – Lightning Swords – Irem
053 – Lock On – Philco
054 – Magic Crystals – Kaneko
055 – Many Block – Bee Oh
056 – Master Boy – Gaelco
057 – Mega Phoenix – Dinamic – Inder
058 – Metal Black – Taito
059 – Mogura Desse – Konami
060 – Mutant Fighter – Death Brade – Data East
061 – Ninja Clowns – Strata – Incredible Technologies
062 – Off the Wall – Atari Games
063 – Pairs Love – Athena
064 – Peggle – Strata – Incredible Technologies
065 – Pipi & Bibis _ Whoopee!! – Toaplan
066 – Poizone – Eterna
067 – Pollux – Dooyong
068 – Power Spikes – Video System Co
069 – PuLiRuLa – Taito
070 – Puzzle Star – Sang Ho Soft
071 – Racing Beat – Racing World – Taito
072 – Rad Rally – Sega
073 – Raiga – Strato Fighter – Tecmo
074 – Rail Chase – Sega
075 – Rezon – Allumer
076 – Ribbit! – Sega
077 – Rim Rockin’ Basketball – Strata
078 – Riot City – Sega – Westone
079 – Road Riot 4WD – Atari Games
080 – Robo Army – Neo Geo
081 – Robocop 2 – Data East
082 – Rohga Armor Force – Data East
083 – Rollergames – Konami
084 – SD Gundam Psycho Salamander no Kyoui – Banpresto – Bandai
085 – Sel Feena – East Technology
086 – Sengoku _ Sengoku Denshou – SNK
087 – Simpsons, The – Konami
088 – Soccer Brawl – SNK
089 – Solitary Fighter – Taito
090 – Solvalou – Namco
091 – Spider-Man_ The Videogame – Sega
092 – Steel Gunner 2 – Namco
093 – Steel Talons – Atari
094 – Street Fighter II_ The World Warrior – Capcom
095 – Strike Fighter – Sega
096 – Strike Force – Midway
097 – Strike Gunner S.T.G – Athena – Tecmo
098 – Sunset Riders – Konami
099 – Super High Impact – Midway
100 – Super Pinball Action – Tecmo
101 – Tank Force – Namco
102 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Turtles in Time – Konami
103 – Teki Paki – Toaplan
104 – Terminator 2 – Judgment Day – Midway
105 – Three Wonders – Capcom
106 – Thunder Cross II – Konami
107 – Thunder Dragon – NMK
108 – Thunder Strike – East Coast Coin Company
109 – Thunder Zone Desert Assault- Data East
110 – Tumble Pop – Data East
111 – Turbo Force – Video System Co
112 – Twin Squash – Sega
113 – Ultraman – Banpresto – Bandai
114 – Vendetta – Konami
115 – Vimana – Toaplan
116 – Waku Waku Sonic Patrol Car – Sega
117 – Warrior Blade – Rastan Saga Episode III – Taito
118 – Welltris – Video System Co
119 – Winning Run ’91 – Namco
120 – WWF WrestleFest – Technos
121 – Xexex – Konami
122 – 2020 Super Baseball – SNK

18 Comments

  1. I was 7 years old, Terminator 2 came out that year, I had tons of Ninja Turtle toys, and I enjoyed so many classics in this video! 1991 was a great year!

  2. 12:14 How the hell did I go through life not knowing there's a game called Ninja Clowns?!?!

  3. Had been looking to play this game for years in HD pixelated Glory and finally have it on the PS classic🤘🤘 edit: Warrior Blade Raston Saga lll

  4. Good list. I played 12 of these (mostly on home versions but I did play The Simpsons at a Go Kart place once) and I was aware of 22 of these. Btw: Ninja Clown?! That sounds like a parody like Bat Chick or Man Boy in the Comic Book Shop of The Simpsons!!

  5. Spectacular list as always, Gary:) Keep up the good work:) Sadly can't say so for my channel though as I'm not feeling up to it lately:(

  6. Getting into the really good stuff now. Still lots of shmups, though. I'm surprised how many games had true polygonal 3D this early.

    What is it about these videos that's so oddly enjoyable? It's just lists of arcade games, yet there's something unquantifiably entertaining about them.

  7. The new video of gary : Me 😍😎😻💋💖 yeahhh

  8. This week’s patreon Steamkey is one of the best: it’s MEGA MAN LEGACY COLLECTION First six Mega Man games on Steam, jeez thanks Gary!

    So much to say about this video — some notes:

    – Thanks for all the different genres, including off-the-beaten-path games — fun! I'm going to use your videos as a starting-point for my own genre-by-genre arcade research, something I love doing with retro games. btw, I don’t know if other viewers are like this, but it takes me about two hours to watch this kind of video for the first time on your channel … sends me down so many windy garden paths.

    – First-person-view driving games are starting to look pretty good in 1991! This would become one of my favorite game genres later in the 90s. On the other hand, I always have had trouble with the overhead-view driving games which dominated 3rd and 4th gen consoles … it's like my mind can't process how to turn quickly in those games.

    – Marge kicks so much a$$ (17:20)

    – I miss 90’s light gun games.

    – Capcom side-scrolling beat-em-ups look fantastic, not necessarily more fun but definitely smoother and better-looking than their competitors. KING OF DRAGONS & KNIGHTS OF THE ROUND have long been two of my favorites!

    – Damn I hope I can play SOLVALOU some day. It’s a first-person game in the Xevious series of course, and that music is the exact music of the original Xevious — probably the game I played the most back in the arcade in the early 80s. So cool to get in the ship in this Solvalou game, even though the 3D flight is very early and rudimentary.

    – So many cool shmups, I just can't —

    – I recognize ROHGA ARMOR FORCE as the outside-of-Japan name for WOLF FANG: KUUGA 2001. That game had nice ports on PS1 and Saturn, and I play it on PS3! MonkeyPaw released it on PSN in the west, sometime around 2013-2014. You can still purchase and download it today, if you can figure out how to navigate the relentlessly ossifying PS3 and Vita stores.

    – Another of those shmups pushed me to make a purchase today: RAIGA: STRATO FIGHTER from Tecmo is right up my alley aesthetically (and that soundtrack!). So I found out that the game was included in a 2005 release for Xbox, "Tecmo Classic Arcade", which somehow I had never picked up. Still pretty cheap (under $30 new) and it has 11 games including a few greats: Pleiads (1981), Swimmer (1982), Star Force (1984), Rygar (1986), and this Raiga: Strato Fighter game (1991) which I've never played before. (Strangely, no Ninja Gaiden or DOA games…) Several of these have been or will soon be released by Hamster in the Arcade Archives series, so I'm sure they'll hit Raiga soon, but I can't wait LOL, and anyway this disc fits right in with my og Xbox collection. I'll be playing it on the big screen with sound system in a few weeks — my 1991 arcade at home!

  9. Note: There is a typo: Game 113 should be "Ultraman"

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