Poison the Rat - Arcade games such as this were common in America during World War II. Often, these games could be found in local taverns. This game was manufactured in 1942 by Groetchen as was called "Poison the Rat". Hitler's head tilted left and right and the player tried to get a a steel ball into his mouth by moving Hitler's head.
The Sensorama was a semi-immersive, mechanical simulator, shaped like a 1980s arcade game, which provided the ‘experience’ of riding a motorcycle through the streets of Brooklyn using a 3D motion picture, stereo sound, vibrations felt through the motorcycle seat, wind in the viewer’s hair to reinforce the sensation of speed as well as the smells of the city! Amazing technology for it’s time.