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Atari has released its compendium of classic games on Android.

Atari Greatest Hits is an emulator that's free to download, though the games themselves - some 100 of them - cost extra. Missile Command comes free. Some games come from Atari arcade machines, others from its VCS home videogame system.

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All the classics are covered: Centipede, Asteroids, Tempest, Battlezone, Black Widow, Crystal Castles, Gravitar, Star Raiders, Pong, Lunar Lander, Super Breakout, Major Havoc, Warlords, Adventure, 3D Tic-Tac-Toe, Fatal Run, Quadrun, Casino, Swordquest, Championship Soccer, Football, Realsports Basketball, Realsports Football, Super Breakout 2600, Hangman and more.

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Atari said Android gamers can buy all 100 titles for a tenner, but it also has 25 game packs for 99p a pop, each containing four similarly (kind of) themed titles.

Download Atari Greatest Hits from the Android Market. ®

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