Believe it or not, thirty years ago there were already game consoles. The Atari 2600, which went on sale in 1977, was one of the first that enjoyed some popularity, among other things, because it made use of interchangeable cartridges.
The prominence acquired by these first games still endures. What’s more, some titles from then continue to appear on new-generation consoles, albeit with spectacular new graphics. If you can’t remember the title of a game, the following may jog your memory: Space Invaders, Enduro, Keystone Kapers, PitFall, and so on.
Developed in C ++, Stella is an Atari 2600 emulator that allows you to enjoy the games on this machine again. The graphics, sound, and operation of the console’s original devices are perfectly emulated by Stella.