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arcade game

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Computers
arcade gamearˈcade ˌgame noun [countable]  a type of electronic game that was first popular in amusement arcades (=a place where you play games by putting coins in machines) in the early 1980s, but is now usually played on a computervideo game
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arcade gameNow 43, he's a few years older than Super Mario who made his screen debut in a 1980 arcade game.Epic's plot is very thin but it packs a lot in for what is essentially an arcade game.The graphics are very slick for an arcade game that measure up very well compared to the latest Sega offerings.He must sit in his office, playing the Docklands Light Railway like an arcade game.Most programs even count the percentage of passives and provide scores, like an arcade game.Though the management section is championship material, the arcade game is amateur league only.
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