Four Retro games you should never forget.


This tile matching game was originally created by game designer Alexei Pajitnov in 1984. The awesome game of arranging blocks to create a perfect unison and space is one of the best retro games. 

  It was ranked second in the IGN's list of the "Greatest Video Games of All Time." Tetris still lives on as it is added to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in 2014.

Super Mario Bros.

 Super Mario Bros is a video game developed by Nintendo which was released as a sequel for the 1983 game Mario Bros. The player controls Mario while in the two player system, the second player controls Mario's brother Luigi. He travels to the Mushroom Kingdom to save Princess Peach from Bowser. 

This game was released in 1985 and the upcoming game of the Super Mario series "Super Mario Odyssey" is expected to release in late 2017.


PAC-MAN, one of the most famous arcade games of all time, was developed by Namco and was released in Japan in 1980. The Player controls Pac-Man through a maze and the main objective is to eat all the pac-dots and get to the next level. There are 255 levels in this game. The level 256 is impossible because of a kill screen at that level. 


It is also one of the highest grossing video games of all time. It is part of the collection of Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC and New York's Museum of Modern Art. If you Google Pac- Man, you can play the game online as it was the part of Google home page, 21 May 2010.

Prince of Persia (1989)


Prince of Persia is one of the best fantasy retro games ever made. It was published by Brøderbund and was designed by Jordan Mechner. In this game made for Apple II, the nameless protagonist goes through a dungeon to save the Princess from the Vizier Jaffer. Prince of Persia was critically acclaimed for its fluid and realistic animation. Even though DOS games like Prince of Persia is not supported by Windows 7 and Windows 10. Diehard fans play PoP in the internet. 

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