Tilt (The Galleria)
Years active 198? - 2013
Number of games 30-40?
Located U. S. A.
Status Closed


Tilt is a chain of arcade centers that can be found in malls across the United States.

The Galleria at 5085 Westheimer Road in Houston, Texas, is a shopping center that has housed multiple shops of all sorts, eateries, a law firm, a skating rink and banks. It also had a Tilt arcade for several years.

The Galleria Tilt was originally opened as Sgt. Singers Pizza Circus on the ice rink level of Galleria I opposite the movie theater. It had a small number of games in the front of the store and a pizza restaurant and animatronic show in the back. At some point the animatronic show was retired and at the end of the store's life only a large-screen projection TV remained.

When the store was remodeled, the arcade had a tiled floor and bright, extensive neon lighting.

Eventually the store was moved across the corridor in place of the old movie theater and given extensive decor, including a giant hanging pinball and flipper, a model of a roller coaster, and a number of TV monitors advertising the new Motion Theater inside.

The store was closed after the Christmas season, 2013, and some of the contents auctioned off January 18, 2014 by Captain's Auction Warehouse.

Tilt arcade, known video gamesEdit

This was a mid-sized arcade. Its games ran on tokens, then quarters near the end of its run. The arcade hosted many hundreds of titles during its lifetime.

  • After Burner II Deluxe
  • Blasteroids
  • Crime Fighters
  • DDR (many versions)
  • Eswat
  • Final Lap
  • Ghost Squad
  • Hard Drivin'
  • House of the Dead
  • Hydro Thunder
  • In the Groove 3
  • Let's Go Jungle!
  • Mad Dog McCree
  • Marvel vs. Capcom
  • Mazan
  • Nascar Racing
  • Peter Pack Rat
  • Planet Zero
  • Pole Position II
  • Primeval Hunt
  • Race Drivin'
  • Road Blasters
  • Road Riot 4WD
  • Road Runner
  • Robocop
  • Soul Calibur
  • Stacker
  • Steel Talons
  • Street Basketball
  • Street Fighter I, II, III, IV
  • Tekken (many versions)
  • T-Mek
  • TMNT
  • The Simpsons
  • Thunder Blade S/D
  • Time Traveler
  • Turbo Out Run S/D
  • Vindicators
  • X-Men 6P


  • Air Hockey table
  • Auto-Photo photo booth
  • Batman
  • Big Choice Crane
  • Bull's Eye pellet gun shooting range
  • Camber Stargazer Motion Theatre (14-seat, 250" screen, originally 3D, later 2D)
  • Circus Parade coin pusher
  • Diga Mart
  • Harley Davidson (Pinball)
  • New York, New York coin pusher
  • Rage in the Cage basketball
  • Street Fighter II
  • Water Race (originally 8 player, later 2 player)
  • Zone Hunter - Virtuality (virtual reality, 2 pods)


This arcade was featured in April, 2016.

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