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32 in 1

Atari 7800 - Released - 1988

This is simply a relabled 2600 32-in-1 cartridge. The games are all 2600 versions. 32 In 1 Game Cartridge was released in 1988 in PAL format in Europe, Australia and New Zealand. It includes popular Atari 2600 games of the sports and shooter genres; a different game is selected every time the Atari 7800 is turned on. Most copies shipped as the pack-in game with the Atari 7800 in Australia and New Zealand. List of Games: 01 UFO 02 Human Cannonball 03 Fun with Numbers 04 3D Tic-Tac-Toe 05 Flag Capture 06 Reversi 07 Golf 08 Surround 09 Checkers 10 Blackjack 11 Freeway Rabbit 12 Miniature...

Battlezone

Battlezone

Atari XEGS - Released - 1987

Commonly considered the earliest progenitor of first-person shooters (FPS), Battlezone is a 3D tank game initially released in the arcades, and later converted officially to many systems. Earth has been invaded, and you and your tank lead the defensive effort. You drive around the battlefield from a first-person view, targeting and firing at tanks, planes and UFOs. You have a radar to help you see where the enemies are in direction and distance. Objects can be used as strategic cover. Controls simulate the tracks of a tank realistically, so the direction and speed settings are varied -...

Bug Hunt

Bug Hunt

Atari XEGS - Released - 1987

Fixing bugs in a new computer circuit board late at night is hard, but it gets even worse when suddenly, real bugs appear out of nowhere. It's time to grab a gun and shoot at those little pests. Bug Hunt is a game designed for the Atari XG-1 light gun, and came bundled with the Atari XEGS and the stand-alone XG-1. The game consists of seven waves. Each wave features more of the little critters (flies, spiders, butterflies, ticks, etc.) on the sections of the PCB, waiting to be shot. Some are large and stationary and easy to hit, others are small and move rapidly and net more points. To...

Centipede / Millipede / Missile Command / Let's Go Bowling

Centipede / Millipede / Missile Command / Let's Go Bowling

Arcade - Released - 2002

Centipede/Millipede/Missile Command was produced by Team Play in 2001. A new combo game containing three Atari classics in one, plus a bowling game that has the look and feel of the early 1980's.

Crack'ed

Crack'ed

Atari ST - Released - 1987

As a professional ornithologist, you're thrilled to find out that some rare South American hornbills have nested in your "old yolk tree." But while the hornbills are out feeding, a group of mischievous bluebirds, owls, and snakes begin raiding their nests and stealing eggs. You get out your slingshot and begin hitting the marauding creatures. But you have to be careful. If you hit an egg-carrying bird, it drops the egg and you have to act fast to catch it before it hits the ground and return it to a nest. At the same time, you have to watch for snakes that may be sneaking up to nests and...

Crystal Castles

Crystal Castles

Atari XEGS - Released - 1988

Bentley Bear is trapped in the Crystal Castles! To get out, he will need to collect all of the gems located throughout the castle. The game is played with an isometric view of the multi platformed castle. When Bentley collects all of the gems on the current castle, he will move on to the next, more difficult castle. Wandering throughout the castles are a wide variety of dangerous creatures, which Bentley should avoid. From time to time, a magic hat will appear. If Bentley collects the hat, he will temporarily be invincible to the castles inhabitants.

Dark Chambers

Dark Chambers

Atari 800 - 1988

Dark Chambers is an arcade action game similar to Gauntlet. You are an explorer in an underground maze; your goal is to survive the 26 different levels and collect as many of the hidden treasures as you can. Hidden somewhere in each of the levels is an exit which will take you on to the next level. Trying to stop you from completing your quest are a wide variety of creatures, including zombies, wraiths, skeletons, wizards, and the grim reaper. Each of the creatures in the game has a different strength; when you shoot a creature, it will transform into the next weaker creature. Eventually a...

Food Fight

Food Fight

Atari XEGS - Released - 1987

In Food Fight, the player controls a young boy named Charley Chuck. The object of the game is to eat an ice cream cone located on the opposite side of an open playfield. The ice cream is slowly melting, and must be consumed before it melts completely. Standing between Charley and the ice cream are four chefs named Angelo, Jacques, Oscar, and Zorba. The chefs appear from holes in the floor of the level and will chase after Charley. The chefs are identified by the shape of their toques: Angelo's is short and rectangular; Jacques' is curved; Oscar's is big and round; and Zorba's is tall and...

Hard Drivin'

Hard Drivin'

Arcade - Released - 1989

Hard Drivin' is a 3D arcade hit from Atari Games. You are in control of a high-performance sports car. Your objective is to race around the course as fast as possible and hit as many checkpoints as possible. If you hit a checkpoint you gain extra time to go farther. You will see traffic on the road both in your direction and coming down the opposite direction, so be careful when you pass... The course has two sections: speed track, and stunt track. Speed track is longer, but you can usually achieve higher speeds. Stunt track requires you to perform several stunts such as jumping bridges,...

Hyperdrome

Hyperdrome

Atari Lynx - Released - 1999

Star Raiders II

Star Raiders II

Atari XEGS - Released - 1987

Star Raiders II is a video game released in 1986 for the Atari 8-bit home computers, and later several other home computers and game consoles. The game was originally developed as part of a tie-in with the movie The Last Starfighter, which featured an arcade game of the same name as part of its plotline. Versions for the Atari 5200 and the Atari 8-bit computers were developed in 1984, although those were never released. Later the tie-in was dropped, and the game converted into a sequel to Star Raiders by changing a number of gameplay elements. The gameplay remained quite different from the...

Star Raiders II

Star Raiders II

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

The game was originally developed as part of a tie-in with the movie The Last Starfighter, which featured an arcade game of the same name as part of its plotline.

Star Raiders II

Star Raiders II

Atari 800 - Released - 1986

The Zylons have returned to attack the Celos IV star system. In this 3D shoot-'em-up, the player takes control of the Liberty Star and must warp to threatened planets to battle the Zylon Fly Fighters and Destroyers. The Zylon Squadrons can also be attacked while in transit, and friendly Space Stations allow refueling. To achieve victory, the Zylon Attack Bases on their own planets must be destroyed. The game ends if the Liberty Star runs out of fuel, or if all cities are destroyed by Zylons.

Tempest 2000

Tempest 2000

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

Tempest 2000 is a remake/upgrade of the popular Atari vector graphics-based shooter. Blast your way through over 100+ levels, shooting the creatures that come out from the other side of the web to drag you in. Collect power-ups (jump, AI robots and more) to trippy graphics and colorful explosions as a thumping techno-house soundtrack blasts in the background. Collect enough bonuses, and be subjected to two different types of bonus rounds as you navigate through rings, or try to ride a spiral tube. Also included in the gameplay is an intense two-player mode to team up with or go head...

Whitewater Madness

Atari ST - Released - 1989

The first game to be made specifically for the new Atari STE machine may seem inspired by Atari Games's Toobin', but is a lot more violent. Floating a small boat down a river, you find yourself attacked from all directions by aliens, dinosaurs, mines and everything else that can explode or fire projectiles. To fend for yourself, your craft is armed with a gun, and pods floating around in the river will also make your life easier. Pure reflex work is not enough to survive, as the current of the river will always pull you down the screen and slow down any movement. This, and the forced scrolling...

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