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The Atari Arcade has been relaunched as a free-to-play website containing a host of classic Atari arcade games. By switching the platform to HTML5, the need for any plug-ins such as Flash or Java has been removed. The games on offer can all now be played in any Web browser which supports HTML5, which includes Internet Explorer 9 (and the forthcoming IE10), and the latest versions of Firefox, Chrome, and Safari.

The Atari Arcade has been relaunched as a free-to-play website containing a host of classic Atari arcade games. By switching the platform to HTML5, the need for any plug-ins such as Flash or Java has been removed. The games on offer can all now be played in any Web browser which supports HTML5, which includes Internet Explorer 9 (and the forthcoming IE10), and the latest versions of Firefox, Chrome, and Safari.

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Centipede/Millipede/Missile Command
These are the original Atari arcade games, put into one convenient arcade cabinet.
By Atari/Team Play
Class: Classic Shooter
Players:1-2(not simultaneous)
Cost: 1 Token

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It goes without saying that Microsoft hasn't got involved with this project out of the kindness of its heart. Playing the Atari Arcade using Internet Explorer removes the advertising which unfortunately (but unsurprisingly) exists on Chrome and Firefox, and there's a constant visual reminder to download IE9 (and soon IE10) repeated across the site. It's not necessary to switch to the Microsoft product to play the Atari Arcade games though, as they work perfectly well in the other major browsers.

It goes without saying that Microsoft hasn't got involved with this project out of the kindness of its heart. Playing the Atari Arcade using Internet Explorer removes the advertising which unfortunately (but unsurprisingly) exists on Chrome and Firefox, and there's a constant visual reminder to download IE9 (and soon IE10) repeated across the site. It's not necessary to switch to the Microsoft product to play the Atari Arcade games though, as they work perfectly well in the other major browsers.