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Found this in an old thread and I tried getting some of the games to work. Most of these run off Linux and some run off Windows.

Here are the games I tested:

 

Chuck E Cheese's Sketch Book

PARTS:Sketch Book

Runs off Red Hat Linux. I tried booting an ISO of this in a Virtual Machine but it doesn't work. 

Download: https://archive.org/download/arcade-games/ice games/ice games/CEC Sketch book.zip

mirror: https://uptobox.com/xa6d8qg2l2db
 

Monsterous

PARTS:Monsterous Pusher

This game works fine, all you need to do is mount the ISO named "MT Game File Installer CEC 1.0.iso"  and install it. 

Controls are unknown.

Download:

https://archive.org/download/arcade-games/ice games/ice games/Monsterous.zip

mirror: https://uptobox.com/n2ksdrfns2tz
 

Kiddie Coaster

Game runs off a DVD and doesn't use any operating system (Windows, Linux)

It's basically just 6 hours of roller coaster POV footage. Basically a glorified DVD player with a motion simulator.

Download:
https://archive.org/download/arcade-games/ice games/ice games/Kiddie coaster.zip

Mirror: https://uptobox.com/rg9bpnuco9sh
 

Robin Hood

Robin Hood - Videogame by I.C.E.

Game uses an installer similar to Monsterous however you need a serial number to get past the "Bad Security" screen.

https://archive.org/download/arcade-games/ice games/ice games/Robin Hood unified installer.rar

Mirror: https://uptobox.com/tmmy6t3ao7me

 

More of the ICE arcade dumps (as well as the ones I showed above) can be found here:

https://archive.org/download/arcade-games/ice games/ice games

 

If anyone gets these working I will add them here.

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On 12/4/2022 at 1:27 PM, witherzombie222 said:

 

Found this in an old thread and I tried getting some of the games to work. Most of these run off Linux and some run off Windows.

Here are the games I tested:

 

Chuck E Cheese's Sketch Book

PARTS:Sketch Book

Runs off Red Hat Linux. I tried booting an ISO of this in a Virtual Machine but it doesn't work. 

Download: https://archive.org/download/arcade-games/ice games/ice games/CEC Sketch book.zip

mirror: https://uptobox.com/xa6d8qg2l2db
 

Monsterous

PARTS:Monsterous Pusher

This game works fine, all you need to do is mount the ISO named "MT Game File Installer CEC 1.0.iso"  and install it. 

Controls are unknown.

Download:

https://archive.org/download/arcade-games/ice games/ice games/Monsterous.zip

mirror: https://uptobox.com/n2ksdrfns2tz
 

Kiddie Coaster

Game runs off a DVD and doesn't use any operating system (Windows, Linux)

It's basically just 6 hours of roller coaster POV footage. Basically a glorified DVD player with a motion simulator.

Download:
https://archive.org/download/arcade-games/ice games/ice games/Kiddie coaster.zip

Mirror: https://uptobox.com/rg9bpnuco9sh
 

Robin Hood

Robin Hood - Videogame by I.C.E.

Game uses an installer similar to Monsterous however you need a serial number to get past the "Bad Security" screen.

https://archive.org/download/arcade-games/ice games/ice games/Robin Hood unified installer.rar

Mirror: https://uptobox.com/tmmy6t3ao7me

 

More of the ICE arcade dumps (as well as the ones I showed above) can be found here:

https://archive.org/download/arcade-games/ice games/ice games

 

If anyone gets these working I will add them here.

I tried getting as many of these working as possible over the summer. Almost none ended up working properly, with a couple exceptions:

 

Press Your Luck

Runs on an old version of Ubuntu Linux. It does boot, and the game loads without an I/O board or dongle, but the keyboard controls are very bare-bones, and don’t always work.

 

Deep Sea Coin Pusher

 

Uses a similar installer to Monsterous, and runs on the exact same coin pusher engine AS Monsterous. Keyboard controls do work, albeit not nearly as well as they do on Monsterous.

 

Zombie Snatcher will boot without a dongle, but there isn’t much gameplay without the physical machine. The files in that restore disc are for the game’s backend computer, hidden inside the game cabinet, where the RFID tags in the ticket pucks are read, and the sounds for the game are played from.

 

 

 

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