This category covers all types of coin operated games and amusements such as arcade games, pinball machines, cranes, kiddie rides, etc. Sites related to the industry in the form of sales, service, magazines, information, and organizations are also welcome.
Please do not submit a site to the main Games/Coin-Op topic *unless there is no sub-category viable for it*. Make your submission to the appropriate category, i.e. Arcade Games, Pinball, Dealers, Service, etc. Sites that obviously belong in a sub-category and are submitted here will be deleted.
This category deals with arcade video games, the coin-op machines you can find in video arcades. The machines where you put in a coin to play. The category covers both old and new machines. Both hardware and software. You will both find collectors of vintage machines and the latest new games.
If the site doesn't deal with arcade games where you put a coin into it to play you''re in the wrong category. Any other sites submitted here will be deleted.
People and companies buying and selling coin-op machines. This includes both old, used and new.
Category for magazines about the coin-op industry.
For manufacturers of coin-operated equipment.
This category is *only* for the submission of manufacturers of coin-operated games. This includes arcade games but also includes other coin-operated equipment that falls under the games genre. It does NOT include vending.

Sites that submit a manufacturer site to the general coin-op category instead of this one will not be reviewed.

For coin-operated game equipment that does not fall under any other umbrella. Dome hockey and skeeball are two good examples.
Only games that don''t fit anywhere else in coin-op, such as arcade video games, pinball machines, kiddie rides, etc., belong in this category. Examples are dome hockey, skee ball, and coin-operated carnival games.
Various types of organizations with connection to coin-op machines. Organization can be for dealers, collectors, operators and so on.
The Games/Pinball category is an all-inclusive home for everything pinball. The Open Directory needs your submissions to be the best around, so please Add or Update your site for our database.
Coin-Op vending machine companies that side line pinball machines for home use belong in Games: Coin-Op: Dealers
For coin-op trade shows, from vending to games.
Contains sites for pay-to-play gaming venues. Such venues may be dedicated to coin or card operated video games, or they may contain other activities such as miniature golf.