3. Tron: Deadly Discs
(Intellivision, Atari 2600, Aquarius)
Its graphics are bare bones, the game play is minimal, but this adaptation of the popular Disney film Tron manages to be addictive in it’s simplicity. Much like today’s quirkiest app, it requires your immediate attention as soon as you pick up the controller, refusing to let you go until the game over screen appears. Yet, even then, you can’t help but keep playing. A household favorite from the days before the 1983 video game crash, this Intellivision game was one of the more popular titles before Mattel left the console market.