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Put an arcade in your pocket with Midway Arcade on iPhone


6:30 PM on 02.24.2012
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Your iPhone needs this, badly. Warner Bros. has just released what can be scientifically referred to as a buttload of Midway games, all in a single App. For $0.99, you get ten classics: Spy Hunter, Rampage, Joust, Root Beer Tapper, Defender, and Arch Rivals, as well as Arcade favorites Air Hockey, Arcade Basketball, Pool, and Roll Ball. There's even a jukebox that plays your iTunes library. Two game packs are available for additional purchase, the first with NARC, Total Carnage, and APB, the second with Gauntlet, Gauntlet II, and Wizard of Wor.

Clearly, Root Beer Tapper is the most important game of this entire collection. Informative, too. I had no idea root beer tapping was so competitive. Midway Arcade is available now for iPhone and iPad






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