They tell me that when you hit age 50, you start to experience the beginning stages of your "second childhood." This is not necessarily a bad thing, in that it means that you are now at the point in life where you can really start to enjoy yourself and not take everything so seriously. Maybe that's why I enjoy computer games so much and why I welcome every chance I get to play them. I came across Real Arcade when I typed "free games" in a search engine about 2-3 years ago. All I had to do was download their software and then download all the free demos I wanted. Each demo gives you an hours worth of play for the full versions. After your playing time expires, you have to buy the game, in order to get unlimited play, which I did on about three occasions. After making a secure payment, I was easily able to download the complete versions of these games right immediately and have been very pleased with them Real Arcade always adds new demos to its list for you to try every month. I still have things I downloaded that I have yet to try, simply because I downloaded so many of them. The $19.95- $24.95 cost of unlimited play per full version game is a reasonable price, in my opinion. I really enjoy Real Arcade and think I'm having more fun now than I did when I was a kid back in the "Dark Ages."