Mattel Aquarius

The Mattel Aquarius was the first and only genuine home computer offered by Mattel Electronics. Mattel did not start by designing a computer. It instead began by looking around for a pre-made computer system it could market under its name. It...

3D Battle Zone

3D Battle Zone

Mattel Aquarius - 1984

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons

Mattel Aquarius - 1982

Alien Quest

Mattel Aquarius

Aliens

Aliens

Mattel Aquarius - 1983

Astrosmash

Astrosmash

Mattel Aquarius - 1981

Astrosmash resembles a cross between the early arcade games Space Invaders and Asteroids. The player controls a laser cannon that can scroll left or right along a flat plane in order to target falling objects, such as large or small meteors, large or small spinning bombs, and guided missiles, as well as a UFO that crosses the screen from time to time at higher levels. Low hills and stars are seen in the background. Unlike in Space Invaders, the player does not face direct enemy fire, cannot hide beneath bunkers, and the game does not end when targets hit the ground.

Biorhythms

Biorhythms

Mattel Aquarius - 1983

Bounder

Bounder

Mattel Aquarius - 1984

Breakout

Breakout

Mattel Aquarius - 1983

Burgertime

Burgertime

Mattel Aquarius - 1982

Chess

Chess

Mattel Aquarius - 1982

Melody Chase

Melody Chase

Mattel Aquarius - 1982

Night Stalker

Night Stalker

Mattel Aquarius - 1982

Shark

Mattel Aquarius - 1982

Snafu

Snafu

Mattel Aquarius - 1982

Tron Deadly Discs

Tron Deadly Discs

Mattel Aquarius - 1982

Utopia

Utopia

Mattel Aquarius - 198

Zero-In

Zero-In

Mattel Aquarius - 1982

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