Top 5 Best Retro Games to Play Online

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We are living in the golden era of gaming with a variety of interactive experiences that can suit the taste of everybody. Even so, it can be hard not to pinefor the good old days when the arcade titles dominated the market with 8-bit and 16-bit patterns. For those who want to take a look back, here are top 5 retro games that you can still find and play on many online platforms.

    1. Super Mario Crossover 2
      Super Mario Crossover 2 First launched in 2013, this title was mostly based on the legendary gameplay of Super Mario Bros. In fact, the graphics and levels are all duplicates of the previous version. The main difference is the ability to include other characters from different platforms and games. With 8 worlds featuring 4 levels, you have to complete each level by reaching the checkpoint and then rescuing the Princess Peach.
    2. Donkey Kong
      Donkey Kong is an arcade game introduced in 1981 by Nintendo. After more than 3 decades, it is still one of the most popular titles all over the world. In this game, you will maneuver the main character named Mario across different platforms to rescue Pauline from the Donkey Kong – a giant ape. During the game, Mario has to dodge and jump over constant obstacles. The ape and hero later became two of the most recognizable and popular characters in the arcade gaming world.
    3. Sonic the Hedgehog
      Sonic the Hedgehog is a video game franchise created and distributed by Sega. In this title, your goal is to lead Sonic, a blue hedgehog with a supersonic speed, to prevent Doctor Eggman from dominating the world. Sonic usually goes along with some friends such as Knuckles, Amy, and Tails. In 2011, the serious and related spin-offs had sold more than 90 million copies all over the world, making it one of the most popular titles of all time.
    4. Street Fighter
      Street Fighter, also known shortly as SF, is a fighting video game created by Capcom. As a flagship series, it is credited with establishing many standards for the one-on-one fighting genre. The playable characters in this game come from a variety of countries and each has a unique fighting style. Up to now, there have been up to 10 versions available with more than 41 million units sold.
    5. The Legend of Zelda
      First appearing in 1986, The Legend of Zelda is an action-adventure game series developed by two Japanese game designers: Takashi Tezuka and Shigeru Miyamoto. It is a great combination of various elements, including action, puzzle solving, and adventure.The title centers around Link, the chief protagonist, who is responsible for rescuing the Princess Zelda and the Hyrule kingdom from Ganon. The plot typically involves a relic known as Triforce with 3 golden triangles.Since its release, the Legend of Zelda has expanded to 19 entries on every major game console of Nintendo. Indeed, it is one of the most successful and prominent franchises of this platform with more than 80 million copies all over the world.