All the games you can play at the Louisville Arcade Expo this weekend

All the games you can play at the Louisville Arcade Expo this weekend

The Louisville Arcade Expo is a haven for video game and pinball machine nostalgia, with rows and rows of cabinets, machines, and consoles spanning decades.

The three-day event, which takes place this weekend, March 11-13, will once again see the Triple Crown pavilion filled with hundreds of games, all ready to play for free, which spectators can play after purchasing tickets. .

want to play Trap on Atari 2600? You can do it.

You want to race with your friends in Mario Kart on that old 64? Buckle up.

Have you ever played Zelda games that didn’t come out on a Nintendo console? Two of the three will be there, Zelda Gamelon Wand and Link: Faces of Evil on the Philips CD-i. Neither is very good, but you can check them out without ever having to buy them yourself.

What would you say Galaga, Donkey Kong Jr, NBA JamWhere Cuphead on an arcade machine? Or Family guy, Indiana Jones Where mandalorian pinball?

These are just the tip of the iceberg. Here’s a game list of everything expected, though it’s subject to change:

Games for consoles and computers

Atari 2600 (1977) — Trap, Outlaw, Fight, Video Pinball

Intellivision (1979) – Everything

Commodore 64 (1982) — Paradroid, Ghostbusters, MULE

Apple IIe (1982) — Oregon Trail, Print Shop

Colecovision (1982) — Tapper, Smurfs, etc.

Vectrex (1982) — Armored Attack, Mine Storm, Narzod Fortress

Atari 800XL (1983) — Mrs. Pac-Man

Nintendo NES (1985) — Punch Out, Contra, SMB, Excitebike, Jackal, Steel Blades, etc.

Sega Genesis (1989) — Streets of Rage 2, Sonic, Golden Axe, Altered Beast, Fix it Felix Jr

Turbo Grafx 16 (1989) — Bonk’s Revenge, Parasol Stars

Super Nintendo (1991) — Super Mario Kart, Super Mario World, NBA JAM TE

Philips CD-i (1991) — Zelda Gamelon Wand, Link: Faces of Evil

Neo Geo AES (1991) — Samurai Shodown 2

CD Neo Geo (1993) — wind jammers

Sega Saturn (1995) — Daytona USA, Panzer Dragoon, etc.

Sony PlayStation (1995) — Incredible Crisis, Crash Bandicoot, Spyro, etc.

Nintendo Virtual Boy (1995) — Wario Land, Mario Tennis

Nintendo 64 (1996)— Mario Kart 64, Goldeneye, Super Smash Bros.

Sega Dreamcast (1999) — Ikaruga, Marvel vs. Capcom 2, Virtua Tennis, Last Blade 2, Crazy Taxi

Sony Playstation 2 (2000)— Katamari Damacy, Psychonauts, DDR

Microsoft Xbox (2001) — Halo

Nintendo Gamecube (2001) — F-Zero GX, Mario Kart Double Dash, Super Smash Brothers Melee

Microsoft Xbox 360 (2005) — Halo 3, Fes

Nintendo Wii (2006) — Super Mario Galaxy, Wii Sports, Just Dance

Nintendo NES Classic (2016) — Kirby’s Adventure, Super Mario Bros. 3, The Legend of Zelda

Nintendo SNES Classic (2017) — Super Mario World, Mega Man X, Donkey Kong Country, Kirby Super Star

Pinball Games

America’s Most Haunted
Baby Pacman
Bride of Pinbot
Champions of Aeridath
Circus Voltaire
Dr Who
family guy
fish tales
Granny and the Alligators
hyper ball
Indiana Jones (Williams)
queen of the jungle
Jurassic Park (PRO)
Led Zeppelin (PRO)
Lethal weapon 3)
Mandalorian Pro
Mandalorian bounty
road show
South Park
Super Mario Bros.
star gazer
Starship Troopers
Steamer Willie
Strikes and Spares (Bally)
surf champion
Custom surf field
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles PRO
Terminator 2
Fancy Time
theater of magic
blurred area
Texas Sector
Undead (PRO)
Tourbillon (2.0)
soccer world cup 94

Arcade games

Arkanoid Revenge of Doh
Ataxx (Leland)
Big Golf Event
Capcom Bowling
Capcom vs Snk 2
mad kongdonkey kong
Donkey Kong Junior
deer hunting
final fight
Fix it Felix
gate of fate
Hokuto no ken (Polar Star Fist)
Mario Brothers.
Marvel VS Capcom 2 New Age of Heroes
Lunar Patrol
Mortal Kombat 2 Plus
Mortal Kombat 4
Ms. Pacman
Namco 20th Anniversary Collection
NBA jam
NFL Blitz / NBA Showdown
Pac-Man Battle Royale
Game Pick 10
A robot named Fight
Street Fighter 2 Super Turbo
Silent Reach II
Arcade Penny Star Wars
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (4 players)
Tekken 5 Dark Resurrection
weird toys
A Squadron
Victory Road
Against Super Mario
X-Men (6 players)

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