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In an arcade with only the following games ...

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I'd play pinball
  10842 votes / 47%
I'd play Dragon's Lair
  1705 votes / 7%
I'd play the 1983 Star Wars
  3670 votes / 16%
I'd play Yie Ar Kung Fu
  989 votes / 4%
I'd play Defender
  2890 votes / 12%
I'd play Sea Wolf
  715 votes / 3%
I'd play Q*bert
  1597 votes / 7%
I'd play Thirst for Blood
225 votes / 0%
22633 total votes.
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  • Don't complain about lack of options. You've got to pick a few when you do multiple choice. Those are the breaks.
  • Feel free to suggest poll ideas if you're feeling creative. I'd strongly suggest reading the past polls first.
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In an arcade with only the following games ...

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  • Missing option (Score:2, Informative)

    by Anonymous Coward on Thursday November 14, 2013 @08:07PM (#45428229)
    I would watch others play
  • by Bucc5062 (856482) <bucc5062@gmail.cPLANCKom minus physicist> on Friday November 15, 2013 @10:04AM (#45432217)

    My poll choice, Sea Wolf [wikipedia.org]

    I know most of the games, but back in the day, quarters were very important to me so stuffing them in a machine was not a common option. I spent mroe time playing Space War from the HP3000/HP150 era, what ever game I could find for the C64, and I rolled my own a times.

    I think the best "game" I played was programming. I loved (and still love) to take an idea and see if I can "win" by making it come to life. I even wrote some simple games, but mainly to play at learning. As I think about this now, back when I started out in programming (late 70's early 80's) it seems more fun then it is today, the learning part. That's 30+ years of working I guess. It stops being a game and becoming just work. (Geeez, that went dark in a few sentences).

    Not on the list, but an arcade game I enjoyed was Moon Buggy. A fun crawler game that did not involve a monkey or a plumber.

  • Tempest (Score:5, Informative)

    by NormalVisual (565491) on Friday November 15, 2013 @10:25AM (#45432439)
    No love for the greatest vector-scan game ever?

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