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ZOOM Atari Arcade Hits 1
$9.95 (Win95/98/ME/XP/Vista/Win7) (Jewel Case) (ATARIC1PJ)

Publisher: Hasbro

Game: Arcade

ESRB Rating: Everyone

Ratings:

4 stars from Computer Gaming World

The Ultimate Classic Arcade Collection

Perfect, authentic versions of 6 of the most popular, ground-breaking titles ever created. Relive the fun and excitement of playing your favorite Atari arcade games of yesteryear, or discover these addictive games for the first time. Deceptively easy to play, Atari Arcade Hits Volume 1 will challenge players of all ages and skills for years to come.

Asteroids
Fight to stay alive by destroying asteroids and saucers.

Super Breakout
Break through fields of colorful bricks until they're all wiped out.

Centipede
Put an end to this insect infestation once and for all.

Pong
Keep your eye on the ball in this granddaddy of all video games.

Tempest
Clear your tube by stopping sinister enemies that try to trap you.

Missile Command
Take command as you defend your cities against enemy missile attack.

Requirements:

Windows 95/98/ME/XP/Vista/Win7: Pentium 133MHz CPU or higher, 16MB RAM, 4x CD-ROM, 50MB free hard drive space, Windows 95/98 compatible 2MB SVGA video card, 14.4 baud modem or higher for posting scores, DirectX version 3 or higher, Windows 95/98 compatible sound card, mouse.

Reviews:

Computer Gaming World, October 1999

"Gamers who fondly recall lining quarters across the screens of games like TEMPEST and MISSILE COMMAND will enjoy this faithful revival. Sure you can get illegal bootlegs for free off the Net, but do they come with the original cabinet art, not to mention clips of Atari founder Nolan Bushnell waxing philosophic about inventing PONG? SUPER BREAKOUT, ASTEROIDS, CENTIPEDE, and the venerable PONG itself round out a package intended for 30-year-olds just discovering nostalgia."




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