With my laptop (on my lap) I decided to play a couple games. I had MAME installed and fired it up. Nothing was holding my attention, but Michael Jackson's Moonwalker totally did.
Apparently the game came out in 1990, and 19 years later (wow, I feel old), it is still a weird game.
The reasons for this be three (plus one):
1. You play as Michael Jackson, and fight against ninja and robot enemies by shooting some kind of magic fire from your hands.
2. You run around levels rescuing tied up little children.
3. Your special "clear all bad guys" attack is the "moonwalk" button, and so you start dancing and all the bad guys start dancing too then blow up.
4. If you find michael's pet monkey, 'bubbles', and touch him, then you turn into a Michael Jackson terminator robot and your arms turn into guns for maximum long-range blastination of your enemies.
I got tired of it around half-way through level 3. I guess some of the intrigue is gone when you just need to hit the "5" key instead of pumping quarters into a machine.
Worth a look if you are some reason:
1. missing 1990
2. missing Michael Jackson
3. missing turning into a robo-killing machine after touching a monkey