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Revisit the magic of Video Game History

Back in the dawn of the video game revolution, there were some classic games produced. Many of these games would have certainly been forgotten if it wasn't for one thing - emulation. Monster games such as Defender, Pac Man, Space Invaders, Galaxian are just as playable now as they ever were. And with ever more complex Xbox and PS2 games appearing, its a breath fo fresh air for a younger audience to be able to join in with simpler concepts.

Years ago, just one cartridge for the Atari Video Game System would set you back around the same price as a modern game. Now you can get 80-odd games on one disk for XBox or PS for bargain prices. Even more amazing is the MAME program for the PC, its totally free and you'll have access to zillions of arcade classics (probably).
1098: Mame (Arcade Emulation Official Page)InformationWikipediaShining-StarInspire Me! MAME is still king of the emulators, Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator, this is the official MAME page. This truly amazing program emulates hundreds of arcade games of yesteryear. Moon Buggy anyone?
Edit: 19th Oct 1999 - View Similar Links

222: Pacman (Classic Video Games)InformationWikipediaGold-Star Pacman was released in 1980 and is still incredibly popular. It is one of the top classics along with Defender, Space Invaders and Asteroids. Thanks to Paul Neave, you can play a very good flash version right now.
Edit: 15th Oct 2003 - View Similar Links

1589: Asteroids (Classic Arcade)InformationWikipediaGold-Star Asteroids is one of the classic video games of the seventies. It was released by Atari in 1979 and has been copied and cloned and modified a million times since. Paul Neave has produced a faithful reproduction.
Edit: 23rd Sep 2009 - View Similar Links

164: Midway (Arcade Games)InformationGold-Star Midway Games were responsible for some arcade classics - Defender, Joust, Spy Hunter and Robotron to name just a few. Now, you can play them online at
Edit: 21st Feb 2005 - View Similar Links

1087: Atari 2600 (Emulation Site)InformationGold-Star Stella is probably the best Atari 2600 emulator out there, being free and running an a wide variety of systems. We run on Windows 98 without any trouble. A fantastic resource on the 2600 and history of games.
Edit: 13th Aug 2000 - View Similar Links

1088: Classic Gaming (Classic Video Games)InformationGold-Star Classic Gaming is the best resource in the world for old video games. It's packed with news, features and links for almost every game and platform ever produced. It also houses the Vault, packed with emulators and ROMS, including Atari 2600
Edit: 13th Aug 2000 - View Similar Links

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