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Game Lists

Retro Active Arcade Game Lists:

**NOTE** Game boards do not save high scores, high scores are reset when powered down unless stated otherwise.
 

2600+ (Exclusive Retro Active Arcade Game List) User Manual

Exclusive to Retro Active Arcade systems.  Standard game package included in most of our builds.

19-in-1  (iCade) Supports horizontal game play Only. (SAVES HIGH SCORES)

60-in-1 (iCade) Supports vertical game play Only. Games flip screen to Player 2 in Cocktail mode. (SAVES HIGH SCORES)

412-in-1 (Game Elf) Supports vertical game play Only.  Not all games will flip screen when in Cocktail mode.

520-in-1 (Pandora's Box 3) Supports horizontal game play Only.

619-in-1 (Game Elf) Supports horizontal game play Only.

645-in-1 (Pandora's Box 4)Supports horizontal game play Only.

680-in-1 (Pandora's Box 4SUser Manual Supports horizontal game play Only.

2100-in-1 (Games Family - Dual CoreUser Manual Supports horizontal and vertical game play.  During vertical game play, the screen shows two black bars on either side to mimic the screen orientation.

3149-in-1 (Games FamilyUser Manual Supports horizontal and vertical game play.  During vertical game play, the screen shows two black bars on either side to mimic the screen orientation.  *Note: This list is AS IS from the manufacturer and not all games in the main list are known to be in working condition and may have multiple versions of game sets* 

 What's the Difference Between Horizontal and Vertical?

Horizontal screen orientation is when the monitor is wider than it is tall - probably like your computer monitor is now!  You would use this orientation for games like Bubble Bobble, Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, etc.

Vertical screen orientation is when the monitor is taller than it is wide - a "portrait" setup, like a phone screen.  This would be used for games like PacMan, Donkey Kong, 1942, etc.

Be sure your monitor set up will match your game board!