... if it had fiber (Internet type) as shown in this funny Brevity comic strip. :P
Blue's News shared The Verge's article on "How Atari box art turned 8-bit games into virtual wonderlands -- Modern games have nothing on these cartridges... The original Atari featured a wealth of games with box art that was quite a bit more imaginative than the “grizzled man holding a gun” template that’s so popular today. The concept of playing a video game in your house, on your television, was still in its infancy in the late 1970s, and Atari needed a way to market its games. One solution was to commission intricately detailed covers that sold the idea of a game much better than any simple screenshot could..."
Blue's News shared a Flash scroller shooter military game titled "Battalion Commander" on Free Web Arcade and official web site, Armor Games -- "Get armed to the teeth and fight your way through the enemy territory. You'll need the help from your fellow soldiers trapped by the foe, ton of upgrades and mighty skills to survive."
This GamerSpawn small YouTube playlist "takes you on a trip through the history of some of the world's best game series."
Blue's News shared a Flash puzzle game titled "Sirtet Game" on Games For Work and its official web site, NowGamez -- "Blow up blocks & rotate provided shapes to clear all red blocks." and "... a new skill game with unique gameplay. Your mission is to select and turn the shapes to place them on top of the red blocks. Click the shapes at the left hand side to place them in the play field. The sleeping blocks in later levels can be removed by blowing them up with TNT. A brain tester game with 25 challenging levels..."