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AtariPlugnPlay.gifAs an old-timer, I remember when you could spend a pocket full of change to play classic games like Asteroids, Missile Command, and Centipede in the local arcade. Now you can actually stash these games in your pocket. 

The Atari Plug ’N Play Keychains, from Basic Fun ($14.95), look like mini versions of the old-school Atari 2006 paddle and joystick controllers. A separate pocket-size (or so they say) reel holds a 6-foot cord with RCA connectors that lets you plug into a TV. There are two versions of the joystick, one with Atari 2600 versions of Asteroids and Centipede, and one with Milipede and Missile Command. The paddle features the original Pong, along with Breakout and Warlords.

The graphics are on a par with the original games, but the controllers are a little small to make for serious gameplay. Any other fogeys who played these games in the arcades knows what I’m talking about.

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