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The Internet Archive Now Lets You Play 900+ Classic Arcade Games In Your Browser

  14.11.03 1:01pm

Back in December of last year, the Internet Archive (in their effort to backup the entire digital world, one bit at a time) launched a “Console Living Room” that offers up browser-friendly emulators for a pretty shocking number of consoles from the 70s/80s. Want to play some Atari 2600? Here you go. Sega Genesis? Yup!)

 

Full story here:  http://techcrunch.com/2014/11/01/the-internet-archive-now-lets-you-play-900-classic-arcade-games-in-your-browser/