In addition to the original Pong, three arcade games from the original Atari are among the indisputable classics of the industry: Asteroids, Missile Command and Centipede. The latter holds a particularly special place in history, for it was the first arcade game co-designed by a woman, Dona Bailey, working with Ed Logg. Logg himself was no slouch, having also co-developed Asteroids. Unlike that earlier game, however, Centipede was very successful with female players, for which Bailey gets recognition.
Though very profitable when released in 1980, Centipede didn't quite cause any cultural shifts the way Pac-Man or Space Invaders did. Nevertheless, the game became something everyone wanted to play and arcade owners had to have. Home editions soon followed, with Atari handling conversions not only for their own home systems, but for just about every console and computer available at the time. An arcade sequel then followed in 1982, named Millipede. Further home editions and the occasional new sequel have continued to be released well into the new century.