Game Cards

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For the Japanese payment system, see Game Card.

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Game Cards was a concept invented by Sega/Gremlin in the early 1980s to supplement their arcade games. Operators would install card holders, either on the side of an arcade cabinet or on a wall, and Sega/Gremlin would provide foldable cards or leaflets containing tips on how to play their games.

Currently the only games known to have adopted this feature are Eliminator, Astro Blaster, Pengo and Zaxxon.