Arcadegame is a business-specific game console placed in public entertainment venues. Also known as large video games. (In Taiwan, it is also known as the 'big Taiwan'). It originated from the popular commercial coin-operated entertainment machinery in American bars, restaurants and entertainment venues. The broad-based coin-operated arcade dates back to the 1920s, and its types include pinball machines, coin-operated electromechanical games, grab-type doll machines, and coupon-type entertainment machines.
The narrow arcade refers to commercial video games that operate in a coin-operated box in the form of computer programs. The game running on the arcade is called an arcade game.
The special place for operating arcades has flourished in the country from the 1980s to the 1990s. It is generally called the game hall, the electronic game hall, the machine hall or the machine room, the coin hall or the nursery hall.