Who needs Call of Duty when you could be playing Montezuma's Revenge featuring Panama Joe? The Console Living Room from the Internet Archive is making classic console games free to play online.
To mark the birthday of the '80s classic, advertising executive reprograms game to sync to crazy New York traffic in real time.
The title, called Frogger Decades, is available for the iPhone and iPad, and costs $1.99.
Heck, forget "Frogger clone"--Banzai Rabbit is one of the best action/arcade/platform games for the iPhone, period.
This week's five newcomers offer a little something for everyone, but take my advice: steer clear of the new Frogger. Spring for the smashing ZombieSmash instead.
I can only submit to the pressure of Frogger, Joust and BurgerTime.
45 Minutes on IM: Perhaps best known for Roomba Frogger, Phil Torrone also discusses life as an open-source hardware maven and whether his next stunt will be TSA related.
These nine titles usually sell for anywhere from $1.99 to $5.99, so here's your chance to scoop up some classics (including Frogger and Metal Gear Solid) on the cheap.
Haven't got a brand new Xbox One or PS4 yet? Never fear. Here's how you can play classic games from five vintage consoles straight from your browser.
Link, Donkey Kong, Sonic the Hedgehog, Mario, and Princess Rosalina invade a galaxy far, far away with this tribute to "Star Wars" by animator James Farr.