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Random information on the term “DECO”:

The DECO Cassette System was introduced by Data East in October 1980. It was the first standardised arcade system that allowed arcade owners to change games. Developed in 1979, it was released in Japan in 1980 and then North America in 1981.

The arcade owner would buy a base cabinet, while the games were stored on standard audio cassette tapes. The arcade owner would insert the cassette and a key module[a] into the cabinet. When the machine was powered on, the program from the tape would be copied into the cabinet’s RAM chips; this process took about two to three minutes. Afterwards, the game could be played freely until the machine was powered off.

In bold characters are the video games that were also released in dedicated arcade cabinets.

In Japan, the Game Machine list of highest-grossing arcade video games of 1981 listed Pro Golf at number three and Tele-Jan at number thirteen. On the list of highest-grossing arcade video games of 1982, Burnin’ Rubber (Bump ‘n’ Jump) was number nine, BurgerTime (Hamburger) was number eleven, and Pro Tennis was number fifteen. Game Machine later listed Pro Soccer as the top-grossing new table arcade cabinet in September 1983, and Scrum Try topped the table arcade game chart in April 1984.

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