Atari Arcade Hits Vol 2
If you were born around 1970 or earlier and frequented Arcades in their early days, you surely remember the games in this compilation. You also probably have a fondness for them in your heart and have found it disconcerting that you can't find them in your local Arcade anymore. And even if you could find them, you probably wouldn't want to stick around and play them, with all the deafening explosions and chest-pounding music emanating from the latest shoot-to-kill game.
What I love about this compilation is the way it feels. You see each game presented on your screen with the original cabinet art, complete with clickable buttons at the bottom as if you're standing in front of the machine at the Arcade. Best of all, each one has been rigged with unlimited free games and you can go into the Configure box to tweak the settings. The package not only includes the games with changeable operator options in their original style and enhanced style, but also the Atari Archives, with media content that goes from flyer scans to advert videos, desktop themes based on the games offered in each package and online high score charts.
Volume 2 includes Asteroids Deluxe, Battlezone, Crystal Castles, Gravitar, Millipede and Warlords. All games can be accessed from a taskbar button, and game progress is saved as soon as window is closed.