The Space Invader Story: The legion of space invaders are attempting to take over the earth, but first they must establish a staging ground on the surface of the moon. Your mission is to prevent the moon from being taken. You must single handedly destroy each faction of the space invader army, and you must not let a single alien touch down on the moon's surface, or the humanity's future will be over.
Space Invaders Classic Arcade Game Online Flash Game
Space Invaders Classic Arcade Game Game in Flash: This flash game closely resembles and plays like the original coin operated video games in bars video game arcades in the late 1970's and early 1980's. In this flash version of the video game, the player controls the motions of a movable laser cannon that moved back and forth across the bottom of the video screen. Rows and rows of video aliens march back and forth across the screen, slowly advancing down from the top to the bottom of the screen. If any of the aliens successfully landed on the bottom of the screen the game will end. The player's laser cannon has an unlimited supply of ammunition to shoot at the aliens and destroy them before they hit the bottom of the screen. Meanwhile, the aliens would shoot back at the player, raining deadly rays and bombs that the player would have to avoid or be destroyed. The player has
four lives which are displayed at the upper right side of the screen, and the game would end after the player's last life was lost. Occasionally a bonus saucer will fly across the top of the screen which the player can shoot for extra points.
Space Invaders (
Space Invaders Shrine Link; everything about this video arcade game; http://www.spaceinvaders.de) is an arcade video game designed by Toshihiro Nishikado and released in Japan in 1978. The Space Invaders coin operated video game was one of the most popular video arcade games and ranks as one of the most influential video games ever created. Though simplistic by today's standards, it was one of the important forerunners of modern video gaming. The coin operated version was first available
It is fun to look back nostalgically at the history of the classic coin-operated arcade games; in the 1970's and 1980's I liked to play and I dropped a lot of quarters in these machines. As far as coin-operated video game history goes "
Galaxy Game " was actually the first coin-operated arcade video game, it was very popular but it was not commercially available only one was produced. The first commercially available coin-operated video arcade game was "
Computer Space " but it didn't become real popular because it was a little complicated (considering the times) to play.
Now it is pay back time; you can make up for all those quarters lost in those classic coin operated video arcade machines and play classic video arcade games here online in flash versions for free! The classic arcade games currently on this site for your playing pleasure or to download for your website are:
Donkey Kong, ENJOY!