Classic Basic Games
Collection of classic games from the '70s to the early '80s. Includes original, un-cut versions of some games.
Nonprofit archive of computer history focusing on classic games for DOS and Windows 3.1 and 95 computers.
Site devoted to historical games, with forums, articles, and an online game rarity guide.
The Dot Station
Covers the vast and varied 40-year history of video games - from the early coin-operated units to those displayed on oscilloscopes to today's latest home video game consoles.
Extensive database of classic and current video games allowing users to review games, view screenshots and game information, chat in the forums, and read news.
Information and resources on games from the past. Presents descriptions, ratings, and reviews.
dedicated to Ralph H Baer, inventor of Pong. Includes articles, photographs and advertisements.
Remain in Play
Features old DOS and some non-DOS games that are now available as freeware but were once released commercially.
Promotes the preservation of classic videogames. Features a complete database of classic videogames with screenshots and release details.
Vintage video game magazine archive. Aims to preserve old magazines related to video games and video gaming. Presents cover scans an digitized copies.
Collection of video games related information from the classic to the newer generation gaming consoles. With a downloadable program that enables video game collectors to showcase and keep track of their collections online.
Authorized portal for reliving classic Sierra On-Line adventure games.
Online museum for images of vintage computer games - categorized alphabetically.
The history of Sierra On-line games, including samplings of its tech manuals and catalogs.
Devoted to the history and love of Sierra games, with a forum, chat and fan gallery.
Stairway to Hell
Dedicated to preserving the games released for the Acorn range of 8-bit home computers - namely the BBC Micro series and the Acorn Electron.
Visual chronicling of video games. Pays tribute to the technology, games, and creators of influential games in the past.
Illustrated history of home video games with information on gaming systems from the nineteen seventies to present.
Video Game Ads
Posts a collection of television commercials for classic and contemporary games.
Video Game Museum
Online video game exhibit offering game screenshots, magazine and cover scans, music, vintage video games advertisements, and reviews.
The Video Game Revolution
PBS produced site offering a look at the history and development of video games as an entertainment medium.
International traveling museum exhibit that chronicles the art, science, and development of video games.
Vision Net NL
Source of information on computer games from the 1970s to the 1990's. With downloadable emulators for vintage video games.