Arcade games have been the world’s favorite way to waste some quarters, blast away some baddies and give yourself repetitive strain injury in your thumbs. But there are games which are nuts. Let’s find out the top 10 most insane arcade games in the world.
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Be Amazed at these Top 10 most insane arcade games in the world! Turnip Strength Tester – The USSR around 1983 was a bleak place, before glasnost and perestroika, when life was about communism, hard work, and turnips. Mobile Suit Gundam – It won’t surprise you when I say that a lot of the games we’re going to talk about come from Japan. Like their cartoons and their gameshows, the Japanese like their arcade games a little bit different. The Typing of the Dead – ‘The problem with arcade games is that they’re not enough like work’, said someone at Sega Game Company one day. Rather than being laughed out of the meeting, everyone agreed, and The Typing of the Dead was born. Wall Street – Regrettably, this is not a tie-in with the Oscar-winning movie starring Michael Douglas as a money-obsessed banker. Actually, it came out 5 years before the movie, and it’s a lot stranger. Udderly Tickets – A sort of capitalist riposte to Turnip Strength Tester, is Sega’s 1997 cash cow, Udderly Tickets. It’s a cow-milking game.
Amusement Washing Machine – While no one thinks washing your clothes is particularly thrilling, most people just accept that you have to wear clean clothes, and get on it with it. Table games – I’ve never been to a family dinner in Japan, but if they’re anything like the arcade game Cho Chabudai Gaeshi, they’re eventful affairs. In this game, roughly translated as ‘overturning a table in anger’, the unit actually has a large round dinner table incorporated into it. You play a family member having dinner. Vehicle games – Arcade games where you sit on a scaled-down racing car have been around for years, but real full-size cars? That’s a new one. Sub Marine Catcher – We’ve all seen those arcade machines where you operate a claw to pick out a cuddly toy. Boong-ga Boong-ga – Probably the strangest game Japan has to offer is Boong-ga Boong-ga, roughly translates as ‘Spank’em’. Just take a second to take in what the unit looks like.