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Quartet

Quartet

Platforms: Sega Master System,Amstrad CPC,Commodore 64,Arcade

Publishers: Sega,Activision Blizzard

Quartet is a 1986 arcade game by Sega. Quartet allows one to four players to guide a set of characters through a base taken over by an army of robots. Players control either Joe (yellow), Mary (red), Lee (blue) or Edgar (green) across a number of sideways-scrolling levels. The object of the game is to advance through the level, fighting opponents that come out of portals in the walls, and eventually defeat a boss that carries the door key used to open the "exit door" for the level.

Aerosmith: Quest for Fame

Aerosmith: Quest for Fame

Platforms: Microsoft Windows,Arcade

Publishers: IBM,for PC,SCEI,for PS

Aerosmith: Quest for Fame est un jeu de rythme développé par Virtual Music Entertainment et édité par Namco, sorti en 1997.

Qwak!

Qwak!

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Atari,Inc.

Qwak! is a single-player duck hunting light gun shooter arcade game developed by Atari, Inc. and released in November 1974. In the game, ducks fly one at a time across the screen, and the player shoots at them using a light gun attached to the game cabinet. The player gets three shots per duck; ducks change direction away from missed shots and fall to the bottom of the screen when hit. A screen overlay adds images of reeds and a tree branch, and an image of a duck is added to a row at the top of…

Quarterback

Quarterback

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Leland Corporation

Quarterback is a 2-player American football arcade game released by Leland in 1987. "QUARTERBACK" is a One-Player or Two-Player interactive football game with all the exciting sounds and hard-hitting action of the real thing. On Offensive, the player must choose his strategy by selecting a play with maneuvering his quarterback through the right hole or leading his intended receiver with the passing target to complete that perfect pass. On Defense, The object is to outwit your opponent by choo…

Quester

Quester

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Namco

Quester (クエスター, Kuesutā) is an arcade game released in September 1987 by Namco. It runs on Namco System 1 hardware, and is the company's response to Taito's Arkanoid (released a year earlier in 1986). It was re-released on the Wii Virtual Console in 2009 under the name Namco Quester (ナムコクエスターNamuko Kuesutā).

Quiz and Dragons: Capcom Quiz Game

Quiz and Dragons: Capcom Quiz Game

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Capcom

Quiz and Dragons: Capcom Quiz Game est un jeu vidéo de quiz sorti en 1992 sur système d'arcade CP System. Le jeu a été développé et édité par Capcom. Il s'inspire fortement de l'ambiance de jeux de rôle du genre fantasy. Il a été porté en 2006 sur plate-forme Sony et sur Xbox,.

Quiz Nanairo Dreams: Miracle of the Rainbow-Colored Town

Quiz Nanairo Dreams: Miracle of the Rainbow-Colored Town

Platforms: Sega Saturn,Arcade

Publishers: Capcom

Quiz Nanairo Dreams: Miracle of the Rainbow-Colored Town (クイズなないろDREAMS 虹色町の奇跡) est un jeu vidéo de quiz développé et édité par Capcom en août 1996 sur CP System II,.

Quarth

Quarth

Platforms: Nintendo Nes,Nintendo 3DS,Wii U,Nintendo GameBoy,Arcade

Publishers: Konami and subsidiaries

Quarth (クォース, Kuōsu) is a hybrid puzzle game/shoot 'em up developed by Konami which was released in 1989 as an arcade game, sold as Block Hole outside Japan. Besides the arcade version, there were also ports of the game to the MSX2 (with a built-in SCC chip), Famicom, and Game Boy—home releases used the Quarth name worldwide (with the exception of the Game Boy Color release in Europe of Konami GB Collection Vol. 2, where the game was renamed to the generic title Block Game for unknown reasons). …

Quantum (video game)

Quantum (video game)

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Atari

Quantum is a color vector arcade game designed by General Computer Corp. for Atari Inc. and released in December 1982. The premise of the game is related loosely to quantum physics in that the player directs a probe with a trackball to encircle atomic "particles" for points, without touching various other particles. Once the particles are surrounded by the probe's tail they are destroyed.

Quiz Show

Quiz Show

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Atari,Inc

Quiz Show is a two-player arcade game by Atari, Inc., originally released in 1976. A computerized version of a quiz show, the game presents multiple choice answers to questions from a range of categories.