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Retro Gaming Classics To Enjoy Today

Thanks to technology, modern games are now a lot more interactive and creative in nature, quite the opposite of the retro ones that were purely recreational only. Old-school games are still available; many to be played on your phone, tablet, laptop, emulator etc etc. Lots of them are still the same (Sonic and Mario, for example), while others come with a modern spin on them (Tetris 99). Some even offer online multiplayer compatibility, meaning you can even play your favorite game from the past with other players sitting on the other side of the globe! Not only this, many casino sites include slots based on 8-bit retro gaming classics. But make sure you look for reputable sites who offer free 25 € casino no deposit on many of their more popular slots. And remember, with these types of games, you can play while perhaps earning some money. Not bad, if you ask us!

There are so many old-school games out there, and loads of different ways to access them. Here's our breakdown of some of our favorites:
Online Games: Choose your favorite game in an online format from all the possible variety such as brain games, card games, maze games like Pac-Man or puzzle games like Tetris or Wordscapes. These online games can be in both single player mode and multiplayer, so you can play with others, including old friends who you may have played the original version with back in school!

Super Mario Game Series: The original Super Mario Bros. was released in 1985 and was one of the most popular games on the NES console. The releases of the mini-NES and Ninteno's Online Service have given new life to the original. As you likely know, the game is about a plumber named Mario who has to save Princess Peach from Bowser, an evil turtle-like creature. The player has to guide him through various levels, jumping over obstacles and enemies, while collecting items such as coins or power-ups that will help him complete his quest. The Super Mario games are considered some of the greatest video games ever made, and worth playing over and over again.
Sonic the Hedgehog Game Series: It is one of Sega’s most famous and iconic video game franchises, with a fan base that includes children and adults alike. Play it online or via SEGA's retro console. It is one of the best-selling video games of all time and has since spawned a comic book series, an animated television series, two live-action movies and many more spin-off products.

Manic Miner: The ZX Spectrum classic is still out there to be enjoyed if what you need to feel is the danger and wildness of a hardcore mine explorer. The game takes place in a mining site and the player has to collect all the diamonds, gold, and silver scattered around the site. The player has to avoid enemies like bats, birds, or spiders that will kill them if they come into contact with them.

Duck Hunt: The progenitor of modern first-person shooters. Using the NES Zapper light gun or another compatible controller, you can play one-player or two-player mode where you can take turns shooting at the ducks that fly across the screen from either side of you. If three or more consecutive shots are fired without hitting any ducks, then your hunting dog will laugh at you and say "Joke's on you!" 

Ultimately, it's up to you to decide which game you like, which way to play, and who you want to share the game with.

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