To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Atari’s Missile Command, OMGPOP has created a “remixed” multiplayer version online, which is a bit less exciting than it sounds — it’s kinda choppy (at least on my antique computer), lacks the sparse, apocalyptic feel of the original, and the missiles look like little adult toys raining from the sky. Purists will say the game can only truly be played on the arcade version using a trackball anyway. But for me, Missile Command was an Atari 2600 game. Just after my Space Invaders phase, and slightly before my brief-but-intense obsession with Yars Revenge, I spent countless hours sitting cross-legged on the floor of our living room playing the hell out of Missile Command. The fast, simple gameplay and creepy Cold War overtones (for those who don’t know, you’re protecting six cities from incoming nuclear missiles — skill can delay matters, but annihilation is inevitable) are what make this my fave 2600 game of all time — Pitfall is a close second. What about you, PopWatchers? Fave Atari 2600 game of all time?