Retro Records is an original arcade game in which you are in charge of cataloging the records left by your uncle. Unfortunately, the demo version only allows you to play one game, in which you must match the covers that you have on your right with the falling records. In order to do that you first have to drag the covers to the boxes at the bottom of the screen and then click on the records. If you fail to find the cover in time and the record crashes into the box, junk is accumulated below the box thus elevating it and making the game more difficult, since you have less time to find the covers and match the records. That game is enjoyable, but I really don't know if there are other kinds or if the entire game is like that.
The demo version only includes a few record covers of different genres, but the full version is supposed to include over 200. What is more, in the full version you can also pick your favorite records on Amazon.com and put them into the game.
What I really liked about the game is its music. When you first start the game, you are asked what type of music you like. It lists many genres and you can choose any of them or just "I like them all", and the game will include covers of all types of music and also will play all kinds of music.
All in all, I wish the demo showed more of the game, but at least the only game included is fun and original.