Talk about a blast from the past: Non-profit library Internet Archive gives us access to Internet Arcade, a "web-based library of arcade (coin-operated) video games from the 1970s through to the 1990s," which means we now get to play the likes of Atomic Boy, Atari Food Fight, Moon Patrol, Star Trek and Super Cross for free at home.
Check out the seemingly infinite catalogue of games right here.
Although the site aims to provide useful material for today's developers, we see nothing wrong in using it for purely "selfish" reasons. Who doesn't like arcade games, after all?
Although the interface isn't as pleasing-to-the-eye and easy-to-manage as ones that we're accustomed to in 2020, we can assure you that the games are just as fun as they were back in the day (or is nostalgia speaking?).
So go ahead, try your hand at Temple of Doom and Cosmic Avenger and see if you're just as good as you once were. And, when tired of playing solo, transport yourself to the future and enlist the (virtual) company of some pals as you dive into these online party games to play remotely with friends. Have fun!