Video games with 16-color graphics and 8-bit sound began to gain momentum in the late 1970s and early 1980s with games such as Pac-Man, Missile Command, Defender, and others. There is always something about an old video game, which refreshes our memories of the past. 🙂
Today we present to you our 10 select vintage video games & hope you remember them and enjoy playing them again. 😀
10.The Legend of Zelda
Nintendo’s Zelda series is one of the greatest successes in video game history. To date, the Zelda games have sold more than 59 million copies worldwide. Video gamers originally got The Legend of Zelda as an NES cartridge game in 1987. One of the more interesting aspects of the game is that it combines elements of RPGs, puzzles, “exploration” games and action/battle games.
Asteroids was released by Atari in 1979 as an arcade game and was later ported to the 2600, a seminal system that was launched in 1977. The game was groundbreaking and addictive in its time, spawning a slew of knockoffs and sequels. Try this OG Asteroids clone, if only for the astounding and hilarious sound design.