Some two-player arcade games include “Altered Beast,” “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Arcade Game” and “Street Fighter – The Movie.” These games feature joint, simultaneous gameplay and are built in standard, upright arcade cabinets.
SEGA released “Altered Beast” in 1988. In this game, players take control of fearless warriors that Zeus has summoned to kill the evil lord of the underworld Nelf, who has taken his daughter Athena. Players collect spirit balls that allow them to transform into an array of different creatures such as werewolves, weretigers and strongmen, which allows them to kick and punch harder than ever before.
Konami released “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Arcade Game” in 1990. In this game, players take control of the crime-fighting turtles as they battle some of their toughest foes. During this game, players fight bad guys such as the Stone Warrior, Bebop, Rocksteady, Baxter Stockan, Krang and the Shredder.
Capcom and Incredible Technologies released “Street Fighter – The Movie” in 1995. This is a fighting arcade game that's very similar in gameplay to the arcade game “Super Street Fighter II Turbo.” Players have Super Bars that allow them to pull off super moves when they are full. The game features characters from previous Street Fighter games, but their likeness is that of the actors who played the characters in the Street Fighter movie.