A modern rendering of the classic Asteroids game with glorious graphics.
A delightful update to the classic Snake game has you chasing flowers on neon grids in a variety of shapes and sizes.
Work your way through the levels with strategic placement of bombs that kill enemies and destroy obstacles.
Clear the grid before getting blown up in this Minesweeper clone.
DOS game simulator brings back old favourites such as Commander Keen, Epic Pinball, Ultima Underworld and X-COM UFO Defence. The website provides links for plenty more. You can drag-and-drop CDs, floppies and bootleg game copies onto Boxer, and start playing. Wrap games in app-style game boxes, and decorate games with icons.
Create Lego models with your Mac—looks tricky, though.
Avoid obstacles and race against time to collect enough diamonds so you can make it to the next level. A classic from the 1980s.
Drop discs into a grid to create a line of four horizontally, vertically or diagonally before your computer opponent beats you to it.
Crack Attack is based on the Super Nintendo classic Tetris Attack, featuring full-screen mode.
A nicely done version of Minesweeper spiced up with great graphics for the themes.
Just like Bejeweled — you switch jewels around on a grid to group them in threes and eliminate them. You’ll want to keep going forever.
The classic worm game, played in non-euclidean space — that is, on the surface of various three-dimensional shapes.
Make music the classic Mario Paint way with this remake of the music system from the original game for the Super NES.
Match the blocks and watch them drop, reminiscent of Same Game.
When you play Pac the Man, it’s just like, well, Pac-Man.
Lead a band of penguins on a journey in this open source version of the classic Lemmings.
Pong with a twist: inject plasma fluid into the environment, create a vacuum from your paddle, and blast shockwaves into the playing area.
Use Quinn to play Tetris the usual way or challenge friends on the network. (Currently unavailable due to legal threats. See the comment below.)
Observe increasingly complex colour patterns, then try to copy them without making a mistake. Just like they did in the ’70s.
Your snake grows with your Snake Quest as you gobble up crystals, making it tricky to manoeuvre.
Parody of the old Zelda games gives you two huge dungeons and five to 10 hours of playing. It’s not quite the full Zelda experience, but tweaks in game play add to an otherwise faithful homage.