Entertainment Internet Arcade: 9 classic games you can play from your browser right now By AMNY.COM November 6, 2014 6:08 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Back in the 1980s, for some teenagers, the coolest place to be was in a dark, cavernous arcade where games like Galaga and Centipede were mastered one furious push of a button at a time. Now you can play classic arcade games in your browser -- no joystick or coin required thanks to the Internet Arcade. A collection of dozens of games from the 1970s to the 1990s, each runs over emulation software in the browser. The results can be shaky; the sound scratchy. But there's nothing like the simple joy of some of these games. Here are nine to play right now. Bionic Commando Photo Credit: Capcom "Bionic Commando" is an action game where the player controls a commando with a bionic arm that he can use to grapple and pull himself up and around. The game was released in 1987 by Capcom. Play the game: Bionic Commando Crystal Castles Photo Credit: Atari, Inc. Released by Atari in 1981, "Crystal Castles" features eye-popping graphics. Playing Bentley Bear, the goal is to collect gems around "trimetric-projected rendered castles." Play the game: Crystal Castles Frogger Photo Credit: Konami (Sega) "Frogger" is a classic. Playing a frog that has to get across a street and a river without going splat, the game is phenomenally successful at being entertaining. The game was introduced in 1981. Play the game: Frogger Galaga Another classic, "Galaga" is a fixed shooter game that turned generations of players into arcade addicts. Released in 1981, the goal is simple: the player steers a spacecraft at the bottom of the screen while attempting to obliterating aliens that swarm down. Play the game: Galaga Journey Photo Credit: Bally Midway Hum "Don't Stop Believin'" while you play the musicians of Journey in this eponymous game released in 1983. It even features photos of the faces of the band members themselves! So convoluted, you'll have to read the instructions first before you play it. But it promises to be, um, a journey. Play the game: Journey Knuckle Joe Photo Credit: Seibu Kaihatsu (Taito license) Don't mess with Joe! "Knuckle Joe" is a street fighter game that was released in 1985 and created by Seibu Kaihatsu. Play the game: Knuckle Joe New York New York Photo Credit: Sigma Enterprises Inc. Battle flying saucers over the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building. Cheesy, simple but fun, "New York! New York!" was released in 1980 by Sigma Enterprises Inc. Play the game: New York! New York! Roller Jammer Photo Credit: Nichibutsu/Alice Roller skate racing! There's not much to be found on the internets about this fun game created by Nichibusu/Alice and released in 1984. But it's worth a try. Play the game: Roller Jammer Tron Photo Credit: Bally Midway No list of arcade games would be complete without a mention of Tron, based on the Disney movie, and distributed by Bally Midway in 1982. Battle tanks, light cycles and in the Input/Output Tower are all here in this game. Play the game: Tron By AMNY.COM Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.