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Boulder Dash was originally released in 1984 for Atari 8-bit computers. It was developed and published by First Star Software, and spawned a series of sequels, re-releases, and spinoffs. It also did a great deal to establish and influence the mining genre of video games, which can be seen in modern games such as Minecraft, Spelunky, and Terraria.
The game is still available as a freemium mobile title developed by SoMa Play Inc for Android and iOS.
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Letâ��s Sing and Dance for Xbox 360 (Kinect for Xbox 360 compatible) brings music games to the next level. For the first time ever, a game combines singing and dancing at the same time. Using Kinect for Xbox 360, Letâ��s Sing and Dance scores the playersâ�� dance moves as well as their singing performances. Unlimited number of players can take the stage at the same time and chose between 12 hits from major artists - recent hits and all time classics.
Quake Arena Arcade introduces the definitive, competitive first-person shooter to a new generation of gladiators. Frag up to fifteen of your friends in six game types over Xbox LIVE, including 'Deathmatch', 'Capture the Flag', and 'Harvester' modes. Experience QUAKE like never before with over thirty classic maps, twelve Xbox-exclusive arenas, HD and Widescreen support, and a brand new Single Player campaign.
Find it, rob it, and keep it. Grab the cash in this fast and frenetic top down multiplayer versus game. Dollar Dash will have you shouting for joy, as you make a dash with the cash. You must attack, defend or outrun your competitors in any of the three game modes (Dollar Dash, Save the Safe or Hit’n’Run) using unique and comedic tactics.
Stand out from the crowd by customizing your character, upgrading your favorite weapon, earning perks and unlocking achievements. You can't stand still for a second as combat is crazy and money changes hands frequently. Choose your weapons carefully as you challenge your friends to become the best thief in town and laugh out loud as you smash them with a huge Bolder, peck them with a Mag Pie, while protecting yourself in Jelly!
Bubble Bobble Neo! (バブルボブル Neo! Baburu Boburu Neo!?) and Bubble Bobble Plus! are remakes of the 1986 action-platformer arcade game Bubble Bobble. The game was developed and published by Taito. Bubble Bobble Neo! was released on the Xbox Live Arcade download service for the Xbox 360 in Japan on August 5, 2009 and in North America on September 16, 2009 while Bubble Bobble Plus! for WiiWare was released in Japan (as Bubble Bobble Wii) on February 10, 2009, the PAL regions on April 10, 2009 and in North America on May 25, 2009.
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Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection faithfully recreates eight of the most memorable tables from the golden age of pinball in photorealistic 3D. Working closely with Williams to ensure authenticity of each of the games, the collection is highlighted by some of the most popular and innovative Williams pinball tables, including Gorgar, the first-ever talking pinball machine, Black Knight, which introduced "Magna-Save" and Bonus Ball, and Space Shuttle, which took the pinball industry by storm in 1984. Every table has been meticulously recreated to bring players the visuals, sound effects and gameplay that made these games legendary successes. Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection harkens back to the arcades of the 1980s. Players begin Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection with access to four pinball tables, and the remaining four tables are unlocked as the game progresses. Players can spend as little as two minutes on a quick pinball challenge, or delve deeper into the game, gaining rewards in a token-based system as they unlock each of the pinball tables. Single-player Arcade and Challenge modes provide hours of solo entertainment, and a Multiplayer mode lets players face each other head-on.