If you find yourself still playing Classic video games, take a trip in time at Arcade Cow. They feature over 7000 free games that they have collected. Included are various action, arcade, strategy and puzzle games. They are all free to play and gamers can post on the forum and rate them. Those who remember the addictive play of Mario Bros. and Castlevania should be pleased and although they appear elementary now, younger players may appreciate the roots of today’s gaming.
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We loved our old Etch-a-Sketch and were thrilled to find out it is now available in a mini-version with usable rubber grips that we can pass off as a ballpoint pen at work (because it is.) Also available is a mini-Operation Pen with the same obnoxious noise and nose that lights up just as in the original if you miss. Included are batteries and miniscule tweezers. The pens use standard D-1 mini ballpoint refills and at only $5.50, you can get some for some of your tiny fingered co-workers.
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No need to go out for an evening of arcade amusement. The Gamerator is loaded with 187 classic games and a refrigerated interior that can hold a keg of beer. The cabinet includes realistic joysticks, buttons, and trackball, a 24-inch LCD and two cup holders. When you tire of the old stuff, you can hook it up to almost any PC or game system with an adaptor. Currently being sold on eBay, the minimum bid is at $2,000 and the auction will run until November 10.
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