List of Sega arcade video games

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The following is a list of arcade games developed and published by Sega on their arcade system boards. Sega has made many arcade system boards over the years, ranging from 1977's Sega Vic Dual to 2013's Sega Nu. This list comprises all of the games released on these arcade system boards. Sega has been producing unified arcade systems since the late 1970s.

Early games (1969-1983)[edit]

Title Arcade Systems/Consoles Release date
Missile Discrete 1969
Dive Bomber Discrete 1971
Killer Shark[1] Discrete 1972
Sea Devil[2] Discrete 1972
Hockey TV[3] Discrete 1973
Pong Tron[4] Discrete 1973
Pong Tron II[5] Discrete 1973
Balloon Gun[6] Discrete 1974
Goal Kick[7] Discrete 1974
Mini Hockey[8] Discrete 1974
Table Hockey[8] Discrete 1974
Bullet Mark[9][10] Discrete 1975
Fonz[11] Discrete 1976
Heavyweight Champ Discrete 1976
Sega VIC Dual
Rock n' Bark Discrete 1976
Squadron Discrete 1976
Tracer Discrete 1976
Bomber Discrete 1977
Crash Course Discrete 1977
Man T.T. Discrete 1977
Twin Course T.T. Discrete 1977
World Cup Discrete 1977
Galaxy War Discrete 1978
Pro Racer Discrete 1978
Secret Base Discrete 1978
Space Fighter Discrete 1978
Top Runner Discrete 1978
Wild Wood Discrete 1978
Double Block T3 Discrete 1979
Monaco GP Discrete 1979
SG-1000 1983
Deep Scan Sega VIC Dual 1979
Atari 2600 1983
Head On (Development: Gremlin Industries) Sega VIC Dual April 1979
Invinco Sega VIC Dual 1979
Carnival Sega VIC Dual 1980
Car Hunt Sega VIC Dual 1980
N-Sub Sega VIC Dual December 1980
Samurai Sega VIC Dual 1980
Tranquilizer Gun Sega VIC Dual July 1980
Space Trek Sega VIC Dual 1980
Borderline Sega VIC Dual 1981
SG-1000 July 15, 1983
Space Tactics Discrete 1981
Star Raker Discrete 1981
KO Punch Sega Blockade 1981
Space Odyssey Sega VIC Dual 1981
Turbo Sega VIC Dual 1981
005 Sega G80 1981
Astro Blaster (Development: Gremlin Industries) Sega G80 1981
Eliminator (Development: Gremlin Industries) Sega G80 1981
Space Fury Sega G80 1981
Turbo Sega VCO Object 1981
Ali Baba and 40 Thieves Sega Z80 1982
Super Locomotive Sega Z80 1982
Pengo (Development: Coreland) Sega Z80 1982
SubRoc-3D Sega VCO Object 1982
Zaxxon Sega Zaxxon 1982
Sinbad Mystery Sega G80 1983
Commando Sega Z80 1983
Zoom 909 Sega VCO Object 1983
Congo Bongo Sega Zaxxon 1983

Sega System series[edit]

System 1 (a.k.a. System 8)[edit]

System 2[edit]

  • Heavy Metal (1985)
  • Shooting Master (1985)
  • Toki no Senshi: Chrono Soldier (1987)
  • Warball (1986)
  • Block Gal (1987)
  • Wonder Boy III: Monster Lair (1988)

Publishing

  • Brain (1986)
  • My Hero (1985)
  • UFO Senshi Youko-chan (1988)

System 14[edit]

Publishing

System 16[edit]

Publishing[edit]

System 18[edit]

System 24[edit]

  • Bonanza Bros. (1990)
  • Crack Down (1989)
  • Dynamic Country Club (1991)
  • Gain Ground (1988)
  • Hot Rod (1988)
  • Quiz Ghost Hunter (1994)
  • Quiz Magical Brain (1996)
  • Quiz Mekurumeku Story (1993)
  • Quiz My Homework (1991)
  • Quiz Rouka ni Tattenasai (1996)
  • Rough Racer (1990)
  • Scramble Spirits (1988)
  • Super Masters (1989)
  • Tokoro San no MahMahjan (1992)
  • Tokoro San no MahMahjan 2 (1994)

System 32[edit]

System H1[edit]

Costum/Unknown[edit]

Publishing[edit]

Super Scaler series[edit]

Sega Space Harrier[edit]

Sega OutRun[edit]

X Board[edit]

Publishing

Y Board[edit]

Sega Model series[edit]

Model 1[edit]

Model 2[edit]

Model 2A-CRX[edit]

Model 2B-CRX[edit]

Model 2C-CRX[edit]

Publishing

  • Behind Enemy Lines (1997)

Model 3 Step 1.0[edit]

Model 3 Step 1.5[edit]

Model 3 Step 2.0[edit]

Model 3 Step 2.1[edit]

Sega Titan Video[edit]

Naomi series[edit]

Naomi[edit]

Published

Naomi 2[edit]

Hikaru[edit]

System SP[edit]

Xbox-based[edit]

Chihiro[edit]

GameCube-based[edit]

Triforce[edit]

PC-based[edit]

Europa-R[edit]

Publishing[edit]

Lindbergh Yellow[edit]

Lindbergh Blue[edit]

Lindbergh Red[edit]

Lindbergh Red EX[edit]

  • Harley-Davidson: King of the Road (2009)
  • RAMBO (2008)

RingEdge[edit]

RingWide[edit]

Publishing[edit]

  • Dream Riders (2012)

RingEdge 2[edit]

Publishing[edit]

Nu[edit]

Nu 1.1[edit]

Nu 2[edit]

Nu SX[edit]

  • E-DEL Sand Series (2014)
  • Uranai Torotte (2014)
  • Nail Puri (2014)

Nu Sx 1.1[edit]

  • Rakugaki Kado batoru Gekitsuiou (2016)

ALLS UX[edit]

Kids (card) games[edit]

Naomi/PC based[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Sea Devil". The International Arcade Museum. WebMagic Ventures, LLC. Retrieved 18 December 2018.
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  10. ^ "American arcade flyer (2)". Retrieved 2018-12-16.
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  12. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20090517065854/http://www.gamespot.com/features/vgs/sat/segafight/page5.html
  13. ^ http://www.arcade-museum.com/game_detail.php?game_id=7518
  14. ^ "Sega: The Arcade Winners". Sega Saturn Magazine. No. 10. Emap International Limited. August 1996. p. 54.
  15. ^ "Hot at the Arcades". GamePro. No. 88. IDG. January 1996. p. 72.
  16. ^ "Up-and-Coming Coin-ops". Next Generation. No. 19. Imagine Media. July 1996. p. 18.
  17. ^ "Super Major League". Next Generation. No. 19. Imagine Media. July 1996. p. 90.
  18. ^ "SEGA RINGEDGE 2 HARDWARE". System 16. Retrieved 19 January 2019.

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