Welcome to the Retro Arcade! Here you can play a variety of retro console and flash games.
CHAMP Centiped-em is a great remake of Atari’s classic Centipede game. In CHAMP Centiped-em, you must rid the mushroom patch of various insects, including the spider, flea, scorpion, and the Centipede! Select 1 or 2 player mode, change game speed, choose from 3 difficulty levels, and play in either Classic or CHAMP game mode.
Doom (stylized as DOOM) is the first in a series of first-person shooter video games developed by id Software. The series focuses on the exploits of an unnamed space marine operating under the auspices of Union Aerospace Corporation (UAC), who fights hordes of demons and the undead in order to survive.
Doom II: Hell on Earth is a first-person shooter video game, the second title of id Software's Doom franchise. It was originally released for MS-DOS computers in 1994 and Macintosh computers in 1995. Immediately following the events in Doom, the player once again assumes the role of the unnamed space marine. After defeating the demon invasion of the Mars moon bases and returning from Hell, Doomguy finds that Earth has also been invaded by the demons, who have killed billions of people.
Using a modified version of the Doom engine, Heretic was one of the first first-person games to feature inventory manipulation and the ability to look up and down. It also introduced multiple gib objects that spawned when a character suffered a death by extreme force or heat. The game used randomized ambient sounds and noises, such as evil laughter, chains rattling, distantly ringing bells, and water dripping in addition to the background music to further enhance the atmosphere.
Breakout is an arcade game developed and published by Atari. It was conceptualized by Nolan Bushnell and Steve Bristow, influenced by the 1972 Atari arcade game Pong, and built by Steve Wozniak aided by Steve Jobs. The game was ported to multiple platforms and upgraded to video games such as Super Breakout. In addition, Breakout was the basis and inspiration for certain aspects of the Apple II personal computer.
Carnival is a fixed shooter released by Sega in the 1980's. It was origninally published by Analog Software. The Goal of the game is to shoot at random targets while avoiding running out of ammunition. At the end of each round the player gets points for unused bullets. The game ends when the player runs out of bullets.
Galaga is a Japanese space based arcade game developed by Namco Japan and by Midway North America in 1981. Little known, is that Galaga was the sequel to the 1979 Galaxian game. In Galaga, the player is situated on the bottom of the screen where you try to battle and avoid enemy aliens arriving in formation. There are also bonus rounds where you can earn extra points and lives.
Pac-Man is an arcade game developed by Namco and first released in Japan in the 1980's. The game was distributed in the United States by Midway Games and released in October 1980. The player controls Pac-Man through a maze of various dots while multi-colored ghosts chase after him. The goal of the game is to eat all the dots before the ghosts catch Pac-Man. If Pac-Man eats the big dots, his enemies turn blue and he can eat them.
Tetris was originally designed and programmed by a Russian game designer. It was released in 1984 and was the first entertainment software to be exported from Russia to the US. The object of the game is to sequence a random series of falling blocks in lines. Once a line is completed it will disappear and you are awarded points. If the blocks reach the top of the puzzle, the game is over.