When I was a game tech I designed a setup that supported about 90% of the traditional games with the hopes I would build it some day. I would still like to because I miss some of the old school games like Twin Eagle and Ajax.
wow, do the neighbors complain if people are playing all of them at once? Coming back from a ride one time in Ohio, my friend started this racing game in one of the highway rest stops and it must of had the volume maxed out because it was echoing through the whole building which included a full size food court. It was loud as hell. it would be cool to play them all at once at max volume is all im saying.
there's a place at Weirs Beach in New Hampshire called Funspot that has an ENORMOUS collection of working 80's video games. a couple of buddies and i go up at least a couple of times a year to relive our wasted childhood.
Mame / Mame 32 is a PC video game emulator that has almost all of the old arcade games. Hundreds of them. Find a copy, it's a blast. And it does not require an install. You can run it from CD, USB drive, etc.