Play Your Favorite Arcade Games Today with Antstream Arcade on Xbox | Gaming



  • Antstream Arcade is the largest retro gaming platform with the biggest catalog of classic games that can be streamed straight to you on your Xbox console.
  • Antstream Arcade endeavors to craft a catalogue of games which raises awareness of gaming history and keeps the spirit of their creators alive.
  • Antstream Arcade is now available for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. You can find it here on the Xbox Store.

We’re excited to share that Antstream Arcade, a cross-platform streaming platform focusing on retro games, is now available on Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One, bringing its current library of over 1,300 retro games to Xbox consoles. Jump in today and play classics like Mortal Kombat, Pac-Man, Asteroids, and Earthworm Jim from your couch. Experience classic PS1 and Nintendo games such as Loaded, Indiana Jones Greatest Adventures, and Super Star Wars with your Xbox controller in hand. With Antstream Arcade you can experience these games today, fully optimized, and ready to go at the push of a button. Simply create an account, sign in, and start playing!

The Importance of Game Curation to Antstream

When the company was formed in 2013, one of the key motivations behind the product was preservation. There are decades of incredible games which are no longer available legally. Sure, many of these titles can be downloaded and played with emulators and ROMs but that experience is uncomfortable. The configuration of Emulators and ROMs is a technological barrier for many gamers.

Antstream’s easy ‘pick up and play’ mechanic makes these games accessible to everyone. In my position as Customer Support manager, I’ve had emails from six-year-old kids telling me that they’ve had a blast playing Double Dragon. Another recent email was from a 72-year-old…

read more

FTC: We use income earning affiliate links. More on Sposored links.
Terms of use and third-party services. More here.

“Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.” —Thomas Edison
“Tell me, and I forget. Teach me, and I remember. Involve me, and I learn.” —Benjamin Franklin

Related Posts