When I was a kid, Game & Watch games were incredibly popular. At the time, the only way you could play Donkey Kong was at an arcade, which I had to get permission to go to, or on a handheld electronic device that Nintendo put out. Of course, the Game & Watch games were a pale comparison to the full arcade, but it satisfied the hunger in me.
Thanks to the progression of technology, today, you can play just about any type of game, from arcade to PC to home console, right on your iPad or iPhone. Sometimes, however, I just want to take it back to a simpler time, when handheld games were little more than a painted on screen and a blinking digital ape.