Gaelco

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Gaelco, S.A.
TypeSociedad Anónima
IndustryInteractive entertainment
FoundedOctober 1985
FounderLuis Jonama
Josep Quinglés
Javier Valero
Headquarters,
ProductsArcade games and Video games (as "Gaelco")
Electronic dartboards (as "Gaelco Darts")
Websitewww.gaelco.es

Gabinete Electrónico Consultivo, S.A. (which translates to Electronic Consultative Cabinet), but is trademarked and better known as Gaelco, S.A., is a Spanish company that develops and publishes arcade games and video games. As of 2007, Gaelco develops electronic dart machines under the name of "Gaelco Darts".

List of Gaelco games[edit]

For Arcade[edit]

Title A.k.a. title In-house
developing
Third-party
developing
Year Notes
Xor World Yes No 1990 Prototype only.
Master Boy Yes No 1991 Its original version was developed in 1987.
Big Karnak Yes No 1991
Splash! No OMK 1992 Distributed by Leprechaun in the U.S. with the title Painted Lady.
Squash Yes No 1992
Thunder Hoop Yes No 1992
World Rally Championship No Zigurat Software 1993 Distributed by Atari Games in the U.S. and Sigma in Japan.
Glass No OMK 1993
Alligator Hunt Yes No 1994
Target Hits No Zigurat Software 1994
TH Strikes Back Thunder Hoop 2 Yes No 1994
Biomechanical Toy No Zeus Software 1995 Its prototype was developed in the same year as Bioplaything Cop.[1]
Last KM No Zeus Software 1995 Unreleased title.[2]
Touch and Go Yes No 1995
World Rally 2: Twin Racing No Zigurat Software 1995
Maniac Square Yes No 1996 Its prototype was developed in 1992.
Snow Board Championship No OMK 1996
Speed Up Yes No 1996 First 3D Gaelco arcade game. Distributed by Namco America in the U.S..
Surf Planet No Zigurat Software 1997 Distributed by Atari Games in the U.S..
Salter Cardioline Pro Cycle Pro Tele Cardioline (Salter Fitness Bike) No OMK 1997 Fitness machine, developed on behalf of Salter.
Salter Cardioline Pro Stepper Pro Tele Cardioline (Salter Fitness Stepper) No OMK 1997 Fitness machine, developed on behalf of Salter.
Radikal Bikers Yes No 1998 Distributed by Atari Games in the U.S. and SNK in Japan.
Bang! No Bit Managers 1998 Distributed by GM Shoji in Japan with the title Gun Gabacho.
Rolling Extreme ROLLing eX.tre.me (Street Luge) Yes No 1999 Distributed by Namco America in the U.S..
Football Power No Zigurat Software 2000 Distributed by Namco America in the U.S..
Smashing Drive Smashing Drive NYC - IIxM Yes No 2000 Distributed by Namco America in the U.S..
ATV Track ATV Track: Quads on Amazon Yes No 2002 Distributed by Namco America in the U.S..
Gaelco Football No Zigurat Software 2002
Tokyo Cop TOKYO COP Special Police Reinforcement Yes No 2003 Distributed by Namco America in the U.S. and Namco in Japan.
Ring Riders Yes No 2004 Distributed by Namco America in the U.S..
Tuning Race Gaelco Championship TUNING RACE Yes No 2005 Last arcade game released by Gaelco. Distributed by Global VR in the U.S..
Radikal Bikers II Yes No TBD Prototype and unreleased sequel of Radikal Bikers.[3]

For Platforms[edit]

Developed[edit]

Published[edit]

Compilation Releases[edit]

In May 2021 it was announced[4] that a compilation cartridge named "Galeco Arcade 1" would be released for Evercade featuring Alligator Hunt, Biomechanical Toy, Glass, Snow Board Championship, Thunder Hoop and World Rally.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bioplaything Cop de Gaelco SA - Máquina recreativa
  2. ^ "Preservación de máquina arcade Last KM de Zeus Software / Gaelco | Asociación RetroAcción".
  3. ^ Radikal Bikers II de Gaelco SA - Máquina recreativa
  4. ^ "Gaelco Arcade 1 | Classic Arcade Games".

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