The Internet Arcade is a web-based library of arcade (coin-operated) video games from the 1970s through to the 1990s. There are over 600 games. You can play most of them on your computer. The arcade collection ranges from early "bronze-age" video games (like Pong, you remember Pong, right?) to large-scale games with more complex media. Here are some more that you'll find.
Indiana Jones and The Temple of Doom will put you in the front seat of the famous high-speed minecart chase. This was the first Atari System 1 arcade game to include digitized speech, including voice clips of Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones.
Congo Bongo was Sega's answer to the highly successful Donkey Kong game. Jump around to avoid your enemies. If you like Frogger you'll like this.
Cosmic Avenger takes you over mountain tops and through caves dodging enemy space ships and missiles.
There's no Pac-Man but Crush Roller and Lady Bug are similar. The goal of Lady Bug is to eat all "flowers", hearts and letters in the maze while avoiding other insects. Unlike Pac-Man, you can alter the layout of the maze.
You remember Tetris, right? The game where you stack different shapes of falling blocks to form and eliminate horizontal lines. Two people can play at this game.
You can sort the games by number of views, title, date archived or name of creator. If you're looking for a particular game use the search box on the right. There's information provided for each game but for more details on controls, sound, or tech problems go here. This is something that could be fun to do with your grandkids. Enjoy!