If you were alive and had access to coins at any time between the 1970s and the mid-1990s, chances are you'll have spent a bit of time in a video arcade, hammering buttons, frantically waggling a sweaty joystick and pumping a week's worth of pocket money into Wonder Boy. The arcades have all but died out now, their venerable cabinets put out to pasture in vintage hipster bars, seaside towns and B-road service stations, but here are the ones to look out for...
10. After Burner (1987)
9. Gauntlet (1985)
The dungeons and simple top-down views of this dungeon-crawling RPG may not have been revolutionary, but Gauntlet became hugely popular thanks to its narrator and its co-op play. It taught kids valuable lessons in life, such as the value of working together and not firing arrows at your food.
8. The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)
There was a period when Sega ruled the arcades and could do anything. It could, for example, buy the Jurassic Park license, build a fake jeep for players to sit in, then make this completely bonkers dinosaur-based shooting game to wrestle change from children. Mad. But good.