Gaming pioneer Atari turns 40 this year and, as icons do, rereleased its greatest hits in honor of the milestone birthday. In the 1970s, Atari was considered an innovator in video gaming technology, and even convinced a young Steve Jobs to work for it in 1974. Stroll down gaming memory lane with Atari Arcade, a website that brings back "all the joy, without the joystick" of classics like Pong, Asteroids, and Centipede — for free.
The catch? Ads, and lots of them. But since the company built the site in partnership with Microsoft, nostalgic gamers who download Internet Explorer can then experience all the glory of Atari ad-free.