The Internet Arcade

900+ classic arcade games, no quarters required.

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#1 Product of the WeekNovember 02, 2014
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The Internet Arcade is a playable archive of 900+ retro arcade games for your delight and nostalgia 🕹️

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Jonathon TriestHunter@jtriest · Ludlow Ventures
there goes my sunday...
A. Marchesini@rockyita · Co-Claimer @ EarlyClaim.com
@jtriest yeah, this is pretty dangerous... :)
Jeremie Berrebi@jberrebi · Investor/Entrepreneur, 300+ investments
@jtriest You know it's part of our VC job to play that kind of games. We have to understand the success of the past to predict the future ;-)
Honey Raj Varma@raj_ventures · Raj Ventures, R&Ds
@jtriest and monday..
Jonathon TriestHunter@jtriest · Ludlow Ventures
@raj_ventures oh man... found lode runner - https://archive.org/details/arca... - monday is a sick day now.
Honey Raj Varma@raj_ventures · Raj Ventures, R&Ds
@jtriest haha 'and so it shall be..' Lode runner, lemmings, such simple and great games. I remember the ti-83 plus versions.
Jonathon TriestHunter@jtriest · Ludlow Ventures
can someone please help with a control legend?
Mike Khristo@mikekhristo · Builder. Maker. Operator. Entrepreneur.
@jtriest from the faq: I’m not sure which keys to use! We are continually updating instructions with accurate information about which keys activate which selections on a given platform and for a specific program. In general, the arrow keys, and control keys tend to work best, and the number keys sometimes trigger off other options. A team of volunteers has been working on documentation and linking and will continue to.
Rod Austin@webtech · Growth Hacker, Developer
That site design is 'classic' as well.
Mike Khristo@mikekhristo · Builder. Maker. Operator. Entrepreneur.
tasty, tasty nostalgia.
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
@MikeKhristo and if you just want to listen to nostalgic, 8-bit music, turn on Sndtst.
Brett Rakestraw@iambrakes
Even in the age of the iPhone 6, I still find so much joy is these classics.