In times where elite and modern games are taking over the world year after year, it’s important to remember and respect some of the retro games that have survived through time and remained to be popular to this day. Some retro games have even managed to ‘modernize’ their platforms and turned to the online world.

While all gamers are excited to enjoy games like Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Resident Evil 2, GTA V, Call of Duty, Dota 2, League of Legends, and many more, we decided to shift our attention to some classics that are played by millions of people around the world, even though they are pretty old. So, in that spirit, we are dedicating the following list to a few names that helped shape the world of gaming that we know today.

Bingo Games

Not only that bingo games managed to remain popular through times, but they even adapted and used the technology to their favour. They created online platforms where you can enjoy all of their games and collect numerous bonuses and various prizes. Bingo sites like Bingo Billy have revolutionized the way we look at this type of gaming and they have adapted their services astonishingly to serve the modern requirements of the people.


Pac-Man was and will remain an all-time classic. Regardless of what era you have been growing up, this game will always be fun to play. The gameplay is pretty simple – you need to eat all of the pills and avoid being captured by the enemies. As easy as it may sound, you will find completing this game a bit harder than it looks.


Tetris is one of the most played games in history. Back in the day, everybody used their Game Boy to enjoy this game, but in these modern times, you can play it at almost every site that has free online games. The gameplay here is also simple – make sure that the pieces are stacked in the right order, without leaving any empty area.

Super Mario Kart

All friends are turning their competitive spirits on whenever this game is mentioned. Super Mario Kart is best to play with 4 people and over many years, it adapted its services to modern requirements, which is why there are still millions of people who are tuning in for a race.

Need for Speed: Most Wanted

This may come as a surprise compared to the rest of the games on the list, but NFS: Most Wanted is 15 years old. This legendary street-racing game was available to the public in 2005 and became the most legendary instalment in the NFS franchise alongside Underground 2. After a street racer named Razor wins the pink slip for your BMW M3, you are on a quest to beat every person on the Blacklist and take your car back. Most Wanted includes high-adrenaline races, police chases, fierce opponents, and excellent car customization. To this day, none of the NFS instalments that came after it managed to reach the heights of this game.