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Centuri, based in Hialeah, Florida, was one of the top six suppliers of coin operated video game machinery in the United States in the 1980s. Many of the machines distributed in the US under the Centuri name were licensed from overseas manufacturers, particularly Konami.

Centuri in its modern inception was formed when former Taito of America president Ed Miller and his partner Bill Olliges took over a company called Allied Leisure, Inc. and renamed it "Centuri" in 1980. Centuri discontinued their video game operations in January 1985.[1]

List of games[edit]

Allied Leisure and Centuri published the following arcade games in the United States:

Select games released as Allied Leisure (1969-1979):

Games released as Centuri (1980-1984):


  1. ^ Kent, Steven (November 1997). "Retroview: The Owen Rubin Memorial Gameroom". Next Generation. No. 35. Imagine Media. p. 34.

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