Google's mobile OS is spread across multiple devices.
Launched on September 01, 2008
Hosts 1006 games
The Amiga CD32 was Commodore's attempt at a gaming console and what turned out to be their swan song. The majority of its library were upgraded Amiga games.
Launched on September 23, 1993
Hosts 161 games
Atari's powerful but flawed foray into the handheld market.
Launched on September 01, 1989
Hosts 89 games
The Acorn Archimedes was a range of personal computers from Acorn Computers aimed at both educational and home use. It featured a 32-bit ARM processor and the RISC OS operating system.
Launched on July 01, 1987
Hosts 35 games
Worlds of Wonder created this VCR-based console in 1987.
Launched on December 21, 1986
Hosts 5 games
The Apple ][gs - which stood for "Graphics and Sound" - was Apple's upgraded version of the popular Apple ][ line of computers. The system was capable of playing standard Apple ][ games, as well as games made specifically for the GS.
Launched on November 18, 1986
Hosts 95 games
The third console released by Atari. It was the successor to the Atari 5200. It was a home entertainment system which featured backwards compatibility with the Atari 2600.
Launched on June 23, 1986
Hosts 73 games
The Amiga was a personal computer from Commodore that was released in a variety of different configurations.
Launched on October 11, 1985
Hosts 2308 games
Atari's 16-bit computer line was one of the most popular computers in the mid-80's to early 90's.
Launched on April 01, 1985
Hosts 1578 games
The Amstrad CPC (Colour Personal Computer) was a series of 8-bit personal computers developed by Amstrad between 1984 and 1990. During its lifetime, approximately 3 million CPCs were sold.
Launched on June 21, 1984
Hosts 1218 games
Aquarius is a home computer made by Mattel. Released in June 1983, it was discontinued only a few months later in October 1983.
Launched on June 01, 1983
Hosts 11 games
The Adventure Vision is a handheld video game console developed by Entex Industries in 1982.
Launched on November 01, 1982
Hosts 5 games
The Atari 5200 Supersystem was released in 1982, as a followup to the successful VCS/Atari 2600.
Launched on March 29, 1982
Hosts 97 games
Arcadia 2001 is an 8-bit console made by Emerson.
Launched on March 01, 1982
Hosts 13 games
A line of 8-bit computers produced by Atari, Inc. from 1979 to 1992.
Launched on November 01, 1979
Hosts 639 games
The Atari 2600 is one of the first home game consoles, and one of the most successful at the time. Though it could be seen as the Grandfather of Consoles, it was also nearly the Grim Reaper, contributing to the industry collapse years later.
Launched on October 13, 1977
Hosts 551 games
Introduced at the West Coast Computer Faire in 1977,the Apple II was the first mass produced microcomputer on the market, becoming very popular in classrooms throughout the 1980's and 1990's. It was a very capable gaming machine as well.Somewhere between five and six million Apple II series computers were sold.
Launched on June 21, 1977
Hosts 713 games
Stand-alone machines that generally only play one video game each. Arcades hit their peak of popularity before home consoles took over the gaming public. Arcade games usually cost 25 cents per play. Known for the most cutting-edge technology of their time, arcades still have the largest video game library, and greatest variety of control methods, of any platform.
Launched on September 01, 1971
Hosts 1803 games