A group of developers have come up with a cool way to resurrect the old school game Asteroids in an interactive way by integrating the Microsoft Kinect.
Google is up to its old tricks again, this time embedding a fully playable version of an old school arcade classic from Atari.
Atari and Microsoft have announced a relaunch of eight video game classics for the Web and tablets. Asteroids, Pong, Missile Command and more are getting a makeover from existing Flash versions to HTML 5 to showcase the latest Web and tablet technologies. No need to search for quarters though, they are available free in the Atari Arcade.
To celebrate Atari's 40th, we're bringing you videos of ten great Atari games. Let the nostalgic retrospective begin.
Walking the floor at E3, you get to see, hear and play with the very latest that technology and gaming have to offer and it is friggin' spectacular. But sometimes we forget there was a simpler time — when video games were a delight not because of how fast or complex they were but simply because they were fun.
For many of us, Pong was the first video game we ever played. The simple game of stopping a ball before it hit that wall was the start of something big. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of thegame classic, Atari is asking indie developers to take a stab at a modern remake for the iPhone and iPad.
Is there anything more awesome than a gamer channeling his inner geek to create nerdtastic 8-bit music from old game consoles? This guy by the name of cTrix hooked an Atari 2600 up to some chip tunes and EQ pedals and created the gAtari — the Atari guitar.
The bar has been officially raised on totems to the legacy of old school gaming courtesy of a gaming mod that marries pimp aesthetics with Cylon-esque sinister metal gloss.
Designer Alex Varanese wants to know what you'd do if you could go back in time. Him? He'd remake today's gadgets in Atari's image, which means slapping a lot of wood paneling all over them:...
While yes, most USB flash drives are tiny and pocketable, there's still something undeniably charming about this Atari USB drive. It's basically just an old cartridge that's been gutted and stuffed with flash memory and equipped with a USB cable,...