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Play Retro Games on your Big Screen TV with a CloudGate Circle for only R999

By 15th February 2016October 18th, 2019No Comments

The CloudGate Circle is a great streaming, browsing, and gaming device. In this post we look at some cool Retro games available to play on the device, free from the PlayStore.


The original at its best! Play Pac-Man on your Big Screen TV. This version lets you play the Classic Arcade version, has awesome new mazes and lets you compete in tournaments. Also, to keep you hooked there are special achievements and leader boards, nothing better than some friendly competition.

Download it here.

Tiny Dangerous Dungeons

Tiny Dangerous Dungeons is a Game Boy inspired game and reminds us of Zelda with special objects, missions, and new skills. A lot of thought has been put into the retro look and it is easy to work out what buttons do what. Tons of endless fun!

Download it here.

Tank 1990HD

This reminds us of Battle City. In the game, you are a tank that must go around obstacles and destroy enemy tanks. The great thing about this is that you can play with friends if they have the game and you are connected with Bluetooth. Tank A 1990 was an unofficial hack of the game in the 1990s, this is the Android version.

Galaga Special Edition

This is an updated version of the classic original. They have updated the graphics, but it hasn’t changed the retro feel of the game. It also comes with awesome weapon upgrades and 25 unique levels!

Prehistoric Worm

Ok, so this game is not as old school as Pac-Man and Galaga, however, it is done in the classic retro style.  The great thing about this is that its free and you only pay for add-ons you want. Because the CloudGate Circle uses a keyboard and mouse you are taken back in time, it’s as if Prehistoric Worm is a new game released in the 1990s.

Found any other games that work on a CloudGate Circle? Leave a comment, we would love to know your thoughts!

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