Right now gamers are living in the golden age of gaming, with an incredible range of interactive experiences to suit gamer's state. However, many players still want to experience the arcade era, the 8-bit and 16-bit games that started their gaming addiction. This article will run down some of the best retro games ever made.
Donkey Kong was a game that launched the career of a certain plumber named Mario. Nintendo's 1981 arcade game became a hit. After some time, Nintendo President Hiroshi Yamauchi convinced young designer Shigeru Miyamoto to create a new game. Jumpman, which was the original game of the jumping plumber man named Mario and his nemesis.
Atari's take on table tennis brought the medium style into the mainstream gaming, but aside from its importance in the gaming industry, it was a great game in its own right. Two dials, two bats, one ball, and the game still works up to this very day.
Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Sega's spiny speedy merchant proved himself to be the worthy rival to Nintendo's Mario with his Mega Drive debut. Spectacular loops, corkscrews, and other clever environmental tricks proved Sonic to be one of the finest two-player games of the 16-bit era. Sonic, with his sidekick Tails or Miles Prow, continue to live their legacy as modern Sonic games are being developed up to this day.