We salute those die hard 80's gamers who recycled aluminum cans just so you could blow your money on the latest game at the local arcade. Take a trip down our 80's arcade memory lane, where you will not only find some of your old favorite like Frogger and Pac-Man, but also some late 70's arcade classics like Death Race and Sea Wolf.
When compared to today's standard, home consoles like the Intellivision and Atari 2600 were embarrassing. Never the less, if you grew up in the 1980's, you likely wasted countless hours playing River Raid on your Atari or Q-Bert on your Colecovision. You probably also wasted time massaging out that Christmas vacation hand cramp so that the gaming marathon could continue (after all, you couldn't save your progress). Stop here to head back to the days of the 80's home console, when the Atari 2600 was for the masses, and the Intellivision was for the rich kids (yeah, you know who you are).