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A second collection, Midway Arcade Treasures 2, was released for the same consoles in October 2004 and a third console compilation, Midway Arcade Treasures 3 was released in September 2005, except for the PC. Midway Arcade Treasures: Extended Play, a compilation of 21 select titles from all three volumes was released for the PSP. On February 17, 2006 Midway Arcade Treasures Deluxe Edition was released exclusively for the PC, containing all 28 games from Midway Arcade Treasures 2 and Midway Arcade Treasures 3, plus the original Mortal Kombat.
The compilation plays similarly on all three consoles, however the Xbox version has the extra ability to upload scores to an on-line scoreboard. The special features on each version of the game are the same. These include game histories, developer interviews and other documents. This compilation is a combination of the games included in "Williams Arcade's Greatest Hits", "Midway's Greatest Arcade Hits", and "Arcade Party Pak" for the original PlayStation and PC and each contain exactly the same extras from those collections. Additionally, there are eleven more games included that are not found in those collections.
In the UK, distribution of the compilation was handled by ZOO Digital Publishing (now Zushi Games).
The collection consists of the following 24 arcade games:
- 720°, released in 1986
- Blaster, released in 1983
- Bubbles, released in 1983
- Defender, released in 1980
- Defender II aka StarGate, released in 1981
- Gauntlet, released in 1985
- Joust, released in 1982
- Joust 2: Survival of the Fittest, released in 1986
- Klax, released in 1989
- Marble Madness, released in 1984
- Paperboy, released in 1984
- Rampage, released in 1986
- Rampart, released in 1990
- Road Blasters, released in 1987
- Robotron: 2084, released in 1982
- Root Beer Tapper, released in 1984
- Satan's Hollow, released in 1982
- Sinistar, released in 1982
- Smash TV, released in 1990
- SPLAT!, released in 1982
- Spy Hunter, released in 1983
- Super Sprint, released in 1986
- Toobin', released in 1988
- Vindicators, released in 1988
- Official Website[dead link]
- 'Midway Arcade Treasures' at MobyGames
- Midway Arcade Treasures at GameSpot
- Midway Arcade Treasures at IGNfr:Midway Arcade Treasures