Didn't find the video game flyer you were looking for?

Try a search using one keyword instead of multiple keywords. For video games that use acronyms as their titles, make sure to include the correct punctuation; apostraphes, asterisks, dashes and periods. Also the spelling of certain video game titles might be thought of as all one word when in fact they are spelled with two separate words (or vice versa). Here are some examples.

  • A.P.B. or All Points Bulletin (not APB)
  • Burger Time (not Burgertime)
  • Cal. 50 or Caliber Fifty (not Cal 50)
  • Dragon's Lair (not Dragons Lair)
  • M.A.C.H. 3 (not MACH 3)
  • Mr. Do! (not Mr Do!)
  • Outrun (not Out Run)
  • Pac-Man (not Pacman or Pac Man)
  • R-Type (not Rtype or R Type)
  • Splatter House (not Splatterhouse)

Any Taito video game that was sold in a table top cabinet uses the acronym "T.T." (not "TT").

If you still don't get results, the flyer you are looking for might be too new. I only collect flyers from 1971 to 1991 with a few exceptions.

Lastly, if you want to list all the flyers in alphabetical order just leave the input field empty, execute a search, then sort by the 'Flyer' table header.