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The Simpsons, Frogger, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles make the top list

October 21, 2014

Everyone has their own special list of favorite games. Me, you, and the guy down the street. Well throw another one on the grill, as 8-Ball Games by Marc Morrison of 411Mania has put together a list of his favorite classic arcade games from long ago, and three Konami games managed to make the list. Three out of three that are also among my own favorite titles I remember when I was just knee high to a grasshopper.

The Simpsons

Who could forget that long time running show, which is STILL running even to this day. Homer, Bart, Lisa, and Marge are all apart of the action in this 4 player hit that took the show's fans by storm and gave them something to do besides just watch The Simpsons, but now play it. Konami hit the nail on the head when they reflected the actual show with this hit title.


It's a frog's worst nightmare, make it to the other side without getting turned into frog pizza. Pretty simple right? Jumping from one log to another, moving across a street, hop some more from an alligator or whatever was in your path. Fill all the spaces on the other side with enough frogs and you win. No big story line, nothing complex, just simple arcade fun with this timeless classic that also managed to make it as a lottery ticket in some parts of the country.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Donatello. Who could forget the turtle power brought to us by the classic cartoon that took off back then, and earned a pretty large audience in the process. The arcade game being the best, and then Konami made the decision to bring it to the 8-bit NES game system. Not long after were other spin off titles, but none made the grade as well as the timeless classic you see before you. The heroes in a half shell will always hold their own with is classic arcade hit.

So tell me, what are your personal favorite classics, or what do you think should have made this particular list? I'd like to hear your 2 cents if you wish in the comment section below.

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