Just thought I'd post an update on my suggestions for compilations.
I have now tested this, It works ok on a cabinet but you need a mouse/trackball input for games like centipede. Microsoft Return of arcade Anniversary edition
I have now tested the full version of this and it works like a gem,
you will need to program your IPAC to operate menus though. buttons you need available on the control panel are: Shift, ESC, ALT, Enter, F2, F3, F4, F11 If you don't want to pause or toggle fullscreen mode you could leave off F3 F4 & F11. The only slight irritation is Ms.Pac-Man plays in a very small screen even if you go fullscreen.
I will let you all know how well Microsoft Pinball arcade works when it arrives, the trial version works great but full versions sometimes differ so I will post again after I've tested it.
I am surprised theres not more interest in this thread, come on guys make some more suggestions for compilations!
I have installed Microsoft Pinball arcade on my cabinet and it plays really well on it. I can highly recommend this compilation for anyone into Pinball. The game menu (a front end of sorts) can be navigated easily with the joystick & Enter. The game controls are fully re-mapable to whatever you want and the CD-ROM is not required if you do a full install. Its amazing the detail on this game, you can easily forget you are actually looking at a screen and not a real table.
9/10 from me, I would like to give it 10 but can't because the highscore entry needs a keyboard, not a big issue though as you can leave it as "player 1" and press enter.