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The 80s was perhaps the best decade to play arcade games. The machines were more powerful than the first game consoles and provided better graphics and sound. Game players got used to play the greatest versions at the arcade first, but as the popularity of the console games grew, the arcades started to wind up across the US.

Still, the old arcade games brought gamers lots of great memories, especially when having fun at an arcade with family and friends.

If you, however, didn’t get to play lots of the games that brought fun, the maker of the Javascript MESS is bringing 900 retro titles to the comfort of your own home, for free.

If you, however, didn’t get to play lots of the games that brought fun, now it’s your chance. With the cooperation of The Internet Archive (archive.org), Jason Scott made a working Javascript version of the MESS emulator, a software that emulates the functionality of old game consoles. This version of JSMESS needs no software download to play, especially on PCs, Mac and Linux.

To play the classic titles, players simply need to check out https://archive.org/details/internetarcade. With a permanent home for many classic titles that brought the game industry to what it is today, gaming fans of all ages should take a look at the games of yesterday.

[Source]: The Internet Arcade via Jason Scott Weblog – The Internet Arcade — November 1, 2014.

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