Now this really is cool. You will be the envy of your friends with an Atari Pong coffee table in the house. Read more
What do you do with an iconic gaming system that's no longer suited for purpose in the modern era? Well, in this case, you create the Atari 2600 iPhone Speaker Dock.
Not just a cutting edge gadget, the Apple iPad can become an old school gaming machine with the Atari Arcade Duo.
Not quite an exact reissue of the Atari 2600, but in some ways, the Atari Flashback 3 is better – as the games are built in.
Vintage gamers rejoice – your spare time is about to be sucked up with arrive of Atari's Greatest Hits for Apple's iPhone and iPad.
Not just one or two games – there are 100 available as part of this release. The app is free to download, but you only get the framework and an introductory game of Pong for that. If you want the rest of the games, you'll have to buy in-app, four packs costing 59p or all 100 cabinet / Atari 2600 games for £8.99. For that, you get the original artwork for each game, plus an authentic cabinet to play in.
Some of the games are Bluetooth-compatible too, so you can play with your mates wirelessly (as long as they've picked up the app too). See over the page for the full list of available games, with the app and games available now from the Apple app store.
Originally an April Fool's Day joke by ThinkGeek, the company has actually turned it full circle and produced a working model of the iCade. Best of all – it's soon going to be available to buy very soon.
As you might have guessed, it's a vintage-style arcade cabinet for your Apple iPad. Produced in conjunction with Ion and Atari, the iCade uses Bluetooth to communicate with the iPad, transferring classic arcade games (like Asteroids for example) to your iPad screen, arcade controls giving you a genuine arcade experience. The APU is going to be released too, allowing any Apple developer to create iCade-compatible games.
Lokk out for it from April (for real this time), priced at $99.99.