If you grew up in the 1970s, chances are that you spent many an hour at the local cabinet games. One of this decade’s hallmarks was the popular games at the time. These ranged from driving games to fighting games to sports games and more.  In that era, arcades were child’s playgrounds. Kids would drop in some quarters and play for hours on the latest games. It was a time when people didn’t have to worry about defeating an opponent with a gun, as you did in Pong or shooting them out of a helicopter, as you did in Tank. The games were meant to be fun and entertaining, not a shoot-em-up. Do you know what they were? Let’s explore…    Pac-Man With its simple yet addictive gameplay, Pac-Man is one of the most popular in-demand arcade machine games today. Initially released in 1980, the game has since been ported to numerous platforms and spawned numerous sequels. In Pac-Man, players control the titular character as he navigates a maze, eating pellets and avoiding ghosts.  Eat every pellet in the maze to advance to the next level. A life will be lost by Pac-Man if a ghost touches him.    Space […] read more