MIdway Arcade brings Joust, Defender, Spy Hunter to iOS without the associated coin-loss

MIdway Arcade brings Joust, Defender, Spy Hunter to iOS without the associated coin-loss

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Warner Bros. has busted out an iOS flavored compilation of Midway's classic arcade games. For 99 cents you can re-live the experience of pumping coin after coin in the cabinets of your childhood. The app comes with emulated versions of Spy Hunter, Rampage, Joust, Root Beer Tapper, Defender, Arch...
MIdway Arcade brings Joust, Defender, Spy Hunter to iOS without the associated coin-loss
                                       

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