Gaming has always been a pastime with me. The one regret I have is that my old TV I have can only handle up to three videogame systems without all that wiring filling up space in my family room. So last night, I went to a website that was like going down memory lane for me. It's Atariland and they have input on systems as well as actual ROMs that you can download to your PC and play old games from Atari 2600 to even the old Atari PC's from the past. Now...I had owned old games from Atari that are from the 2600 and the 7800, so it is legal for me to download the ROMs to my PC. If you are looking for an emulator that easy to download and install (remember....if you do not own games from the system you are emulating in your PC, it's illegal to use the emulator), try MESS32 for Windows that emulates the Atari 7800. It comes with 5 games, but I have to stress that the install is so simple; the download is only 2MB; and its compatible with even Windows XP. Now....whats the drawback to using MESS32? Well...for one thing.....you will get small area on your desktop to play the games. Its kinda small trying to manuever a car through Pole Position 2 or even shooting aliens in Galaga. Also, if you are used to using one button and one joystick to play games, you will have to get used to certain buttons for certain games. The bad part is that the games do not come with any instructions on what buttons to press, etc. So, its really a search and discover situation. I found out through trial and error that you have to press 'Ctrl' to start the game and also function as the "Action" button in most games.