I was discussing Robotron 2084 and Defender creator Eugene Jarvis with a freelancer earlier today, since we're thinking about interviewing him for Gamasutra, and it turns out that his company Raw Thrills has just debuted some new arcade games.

You may know the Jarvis co-founded Raw Thrills from arcade game Target Terror, of course, a digitized light-gun shooter where you battle terrorists and "...the final mission is to prevent a hijacked airliner from destroying the White House", but his latest release, following up from street racing title The Fast And The Furious, is The Fast And The Furious: Super Bikes.

Apparently, the action is now centered around motorbikes, not cars, hence the new sitdown cabinet, and: "This time the action is not confined to the United States, breathtaking locales from Shanghai to Monaco, Sturgis to Switzerland and others." Sure, it's all a bit Cruisin' USA, but it's nice to see new arcade games out - Raw Thrills also just debuted Big Buck Hunter Pro, which also features 'critter hunting', including "...raccoons, possums, skunks, blackbirds, bluebirds, squirrels, foxes, wolves and rabbits." How lovely!