Once upon a time, long long ago, before the internet was even called the internet, people young and old would go to the local billiard hall or mall and seek out the video arcade. The video arcade and its amazing collection of wonder machines that could be played for hours for only a few quarters are now a memory that many of today’s young people will never have. Long gone are the lines of people waiting to play asteroids or defender. Pacman is just a memory that fell to the wayside in the same manner that pong had only years earlier, but the founders of allthegames.net were determined to keep those memories available and playable forever. So they teamed together with game designers and code writers to re-create some of the most loved of video game history.
Visitors to allthegames.net will find many of the titles that gave rise to the big companies of Taito, Nintentendo, and others carefully crafted to match the originals in virtually every detail, all playable without any membership. The games offered a range from the original single player, (that so many are familiar with) like Super Mario Brothers and Bubble Bobble, to multiplayer games such as Micro Tanks and Bowling. For guests looking to have a quick board game without the pieces, there are various versions of Solitaire and Chinese Checkers. Word smiths will enjoy the Word Cube and other letter games. Of course, allthegames.net offers a few odd and unusual games and some action games as well. The best part of getting to play those old games is the fact that they are totally free, and have absolutely no advertising on the site, and no quarters needed.