Atari

32 in 1

Atari 7800 - Released - 1988

This is simply a relabled 2600 32-in-1 cartridge. The games are all 2600 versions.

3-D Tic-Tac-Toe

3-D Tic-Tac-Toe

Atari 2600 - Released - June 1, 1980

The game is similar to the traditional game of tic-tac-toe, but is played on four 4×4 grids stacked vertically; it is basically a computerized version of the board game Qubic using traditional tic-tac-toe notation and layout. To win, a player must place four of their symbols on four squares that line up vertically, horizontally, or diagonally, on a single grid, or spaced evenly over all four grids. This creates a total of 76 possible ways to win, in comparison to eight possible ways to win on a standard 3×3 board. The game has nine variations: it can be played by two players against each...

4 Game Fun Pack: Monopoly + Boggle + Yahtzee + Battleship

4 Game Fun Pack: Monopoly + Boggle + Yahtzee + Battleship

Nintendo DS - Released - December 4, 2005

A compilation of four of Hasbro's licensed games, Monopoly / Boggle/ Yahtzee / Battleship may be played in single player mode against computer opponents, or in wireless multi-player mode with other people. Multi-player mode consists of up to four people; each having their own cartridge, or single-card play, one player with a game card, and each player with a DS (this mode only works with Battleship and Boggle). "Hot Seat" mode is also available, with one DS and one cartridge with people taking turns, passing it to the next person when their turn is finished. Monopoly Players take turns...

911: First Responders

911: First Responders

Windows - June 22, 2007

911: First Responders is an Action game, developed by Sixteen Tons Entertainment and published by Take-Two Interactive, which was released in Europe in 2006.

Ace of Aces

Ace of Aces

Atari 7800 - Released - June 1, 1988

Ace of Aces puts you in the cockpit of the Mosquito, the maverick RAF fighter bomber of World War II. It's white-knuckle aerial combat simulation, combining the exhilaration of flight with the gut-wrenching pressure of enemy confrontation. During World War II, Mosquitos downed 659 enemy aircraft and 500 V-1 Buzz Bombs. Your only allies are your wits, your weapons, and your radar. Are you equal to the challenge? Down the Nazi bombers, sink the U-boats, outrun the V-1 Buzz Bombs and stop the enemy trains to release the POWs. Should you fly through a storm or around? Navigate carefully, consult...

Act of War: Direct Action

Act of War: Direct Action

Windows - March 15, 2005

Act of War: Direct Action is a real-time strategy game developed by Eugen Systems and published by Atari, Inc. The game was released in March 2005 and features a detailed story written by Dale Brown, a retired captain of the US Air Force and a bestselling author. An expansion pack called Act of War: High Treason was released on March 2006 in Europe and Australia. The original game and expansion were later released as Act of War: Gold Edition, on 28 September 2007 in Europe.

Action Man: Robot Atak

Action Man: Robot Atak

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 24, 2004

Action Man: Robot Atak is an Action game, developed by Magic Pockets and published by Atari, which was released in 2004.

Adventure

Adventure

Atari 2600 - Released - March 1, 1978

An evil magician has stolen the Enchanted Chalice and has hidden it somewhere in the Kingdom. The object of the game is to rescue the Enchanted Chalice and place it inside the Golden Castle where it belongs. This is no easy task, as the Evil Magician has created three Dragons to hinder you in your quest for the Golden Chalice. There is Yorgie, the Yellow Dragon, who is just plain mean; there is Grundle, the Green Dragon, who is mean and ferocious; and there is Rhindle, the Red Dragon, who is the most ferocious of all. Rhindle is also the fastest Dragon and is the most difficult to...

Adventure II

Adventure II

Atari 2600 - Released - 2005

Adventure II is a action-adventure game developed by Curt Vendel and published by Atari on the Atari Flashback 2 in 2005. It is a modern sequel to the first adventure game ever, Adventure.

AiRace Speed

AiRace Speed

Nintendo 3DS - September 13, 2013

Race on 18 adrenaline-fueld tracks. Fly extreme speeds with 5 advanced jets. Take the ultimate 3D challenge. Let your Nintendo 3DS discover the true meaning of speed and adrenaline with AiRace Speed. Take the challenge and pilot the most advanced and powerful jets as you compete to beat your best time. Race on stunning high-speed tracks featuring extremlely difficult tunnels, spectacular halls and hidden shortcuts. Take speed to a whole new level and enjoy a frantic new gaming experience: Take the challenge - fly extreme speeds across 18 adrenaline-fueled tracks Stunning...

Airborne Avenger

Pinball - Released - 1977

Beauty of an art piece, but a dog of a game. All pinball is good pinball, but this just isn't a very good game. Little flow from the King of Flow Steve Ritchie's first offering before he hit his stride with Williams. A big clunky widebody that doesn't use any of its space very well.

Air-Sea Battle

Air-Sea Battle

Atari 2600 - Released - September 11, 1977

Air-Sea Battle is basically a target shooting game. On most settings, you are positioned at the bottom of the screen and you shoot at targets at the top of the screen. The various settings provide different targets and weapons with different characteristics. In games 1-6, you are an anti-aircraft gun and you shoot, unsurprisingly, at aircraft. You are stationary. Your control is limited to selecting the time of firing, the angle at which your shot is fired and, on some settings, exertion of minor control over the direction of your missile. In games 7-12, you are a submarine and you shoot...

Alien vs Predator

Alien vs Predator

Atari Jaguar - Released - October 20, 1994

Choose your weapon and brawl with the notorious warriors of the big screen! Commission the Colonial Marine and use your weapons and your wits to destroy the base--and survive. Be an Alien and use your voracious instincts to defend the hive and rescure your Queen. Or play a Predator and use your grisly arsenal to acquire the ultimate trophy...the skull of the Alien Queen.

Alone in the Dark

Alone in the Dark

Windows - June 23, 2008

It has been 83 years since Edward Carnby investigated the suicide of Jeremy Hartwood. Now he wakes up in an apartment in New York and is moments away from being shot by a group of bad guys. He doesn't remember much and as he looks into a mirror, a man looks back at him that isn't even near the age of 80. But as all hell breaks loose and mysterious forces tear through the building and the city itself, the question about his looks becomes one of many. To make things even worse, an old enemy decides to return in a search for a powerful stone. So for Carnby a race for survival begins and all signs...

Alone in the Dark

Alone in the Dark

Nintendo Wii - June 23, 2008

The PS2 and Wii versions of Alone in the Dark follow the same plot as the game developed for Xbox 360 and Windows by Eden Games, but were created by a different company with their own vision how the game should be implemented. Level structure, mechanics of gameplay, and looks of the characters (Sarah, especially) sometimes differ strongly as these versions contain concept elements that were left out of the other game. The driving sequences are almost entirely taken out. The first-person view is also mostly not used, and, for example, fire can be extinguished in the third-person mode. The...

Alone in the Dark

Alone in the Dark

Sony Playstation 2 - June 23, 2008

The PS2 and Wii versions of Alone in the Dark follow the same plot as the game developed for Xbox 360 and Windows by Eden Games, but were created by a different company with their own vision how the game should be implemented. Level structure, mechanics of gameplay, and looks of the characters (Sarah, especially) sometimes differ strongly as these versions contain concept elements that were left out of the other game. The driving sequences are almost entirely taken out. The first-person view is also mostly not used, and, for example, fire can be extinguished in the third-person mode. The...

Alone in the Dark

Alone in the Dark

Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - June 24, 2008

It has been 83 years since Edward Carnby investigated the suicide of Jeremy Hartwood. Now he wakes up in an apartment in New York and is moments away from being shot by a group of bad guys. He doesn't remember much and as he looks into a mirror, a man looks back at him that isn't even near the age of 80. But as all hell breaks loose and mysterious forces tear through the building and the city itself, the question about his looks becomes one of many. To make things even worse, an old enemy decides to return in a search for a powerful stone. So for Carnby a race for survival begins and all signs...

Alone in the Dark

Alone in the Dark

Sony Playstation 3 - June 24, 2008

It has been 83 years since Edward Carnby investigated the suicide of Jeremy Hartwood. Now he wakes up in an apartment in New York and is moments away from being shot by a group of bad guys. He doesn't remember much and as he looks into a mirror, a man looks back at him that isn't even near the age of 80. But as all hell breaks loose and mysterious forces tear through the building and the city itself, the question about his looks becomes one of many. To make things even worse, an old enemy decides to return in a search for a powerful stone. So for Carnby a race for survival begins and all signs...

Alone in the Dark: Inferno

Alone in the Dark: Inferno

Sony Playstation 3 - November 18, 2008

Taking inspiration from the presentation style and structure of a number of acclaimed and globally popular TV action dramas, Alone in the Dark is split into a number of distinct episodes in a season-style format. With approximately 30-40 minutes of gameplay comprising each episode, the structure of Alone in the Dark is adapted for an audience familiar with the hard-hitting bite-size delivery of contemporary TV dramas, offering easy accessibility whether the player has hours to devote or only wants a quick TV-style fix.

Alpha Beam With Ernie

Alpha Beam With Ernie

Atari 2600 - January 1, 1983

The object of Alpha Beam is to help Sesame Street's Ernie pilot a small shuttle, collect fuel tanks (marked by a letter of the alphabet), and return them to his space ship so that he can return to Earth. The game was marketed as a family-friendly game that could teach children pre-reading skills such as identifying and matching letters. Alpha Beam was compatible with the Atari Kid's Controller, which was sold separately, although the regular keyboard controller is also compatible

Anti-Aircraft

Anti-Aircraft

Arcade - Released - June 6, 1975

Anti-Aircraft is a two-player arcade game by Atari, Inc, originally released in 1975. The game is sometimes referred to as Anti-Aircraft II, denoting the two-player aspect of the game.

Arabian

Arabian

Arcade - Released - 1983

You play an adventurous Arabian prince and your goal is to rescue the princess from her palace. In your quest you will sail the seas, crawl in caves and fly magic carpets. Score points on the way for picking up the letters in "A-R-A-B-I-A-N" and get a bonus if they are collected in order. Arabian is a "Video book" with a happy ending. The attract mode introduces the story, and animated storybook "pages" let you experience the Arabian Prince's adventures. Use the 8-way joystick to jump, super-jump, walk, crawl or climb in all directions. Tap the Kick button to boot your enemies out of the...

Area 51

Area 51

Sony Playstation - Released - November 26, 1996

Using a light gun you blast your way through the secret base, Area 51, which has been taken over by mutant aliens. As you work your way to the secrets at the heart of Area 51, you'll need to destroy an increasingly dangerous line of aliens, upgrade your firearm, and cause as much collateral damage as possible. The game rewards the player for destroying windows, light fixtures, computers, explosive barrels, and even fire extinguishers. Each consecutive hit increases your streak rating (which adds to your score) and certain combinations of these collateral hits will open up secret bonus...

ARMA: Armed Assault

ARMA: Armed Assault

Windows - Released - November 10, 2006

ARMA is a first person tactical military shooter with large elements of realism and simulation. This game features a blend of large-scale military conflict spread over large areas alongside the more closed quarters battle. The player will find himself thrust in the midst of an engaging and expanding storyline, fighting against smart, aggressive enemies who will continually provide a challenge over a massive landscape.

ARMA: Gold Edition

ARMA: Gold Edition

Windows - Released - February 26, 2008

ARMA is a first person tactical military shooter with large elements of realism and simulation. This game features a blend of large-scale military conflict spread over large areas alongside the more closed quarters battle. The player will find himself thrust in the midst of an engaging and expanding storyline, fighting against smart, aggressive enemies who will continually provide a challenge over a massive landscape. This Gold Edition contains: ArmA: Combat Operations ArmA: Queen's Gambit

Arthur and the Invisibles

Arthur and the Invisibles

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - January 9, 2007

Arthur and the Invisibles (known in Europe as Arthur and the Minimoys) is a video game based on the 2006 film of the same name by Luc Besson. The game allows players to relive the fantastic adventure of young Arthur and his two pals, Selenia and Bétamèche, in their mission to save the Minimoys' world from destruction. The game incorporate Besson's entire Minimoy universe and its tiny inhabitants (just a couple of millimeters tall) with the richness and extraordinary visuals of the film. Gameplay revolves around the teamwork of the trio (Arthur, Selenia and Bétamèche): players can only...

Arthur and the Invisibles

Arthur and the Invisibles

Sony PSP - January 9, 2007

Arthur and the Invisibles (known in Europe as Arthur and the Minimoys) is a video game based on the 2006 film of the same name by Luc Besson. The game allows players to relive the fantastic adventure of young Arthur and his two pals, Selenia and Bétamèche, in their mission to save the Minimoys' world from destruction. The game incorporate Besson's entire Minimoy universe and its tiny inhabitants (just a couple of millimeters tall) with the richness and extraordinary visuals of the film. Gameplay revolves around the teamwork of the trio (Arthur, Selenia and Bétamèche): players can only...

Arthur and the Invisibles

Arthur and the Invisibles

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - January 9, 2007

Directly inspired by world famous film director and writer Luc Besson's upcoming animated film of the same name, the Arthur and the Minimoys game will follow the film's storyline and feature eye-popping graphics and technical innovations. By taking a very unique approach to its presentation of the Arthur universe and utilising the unique features of the DS™ hardware, the Nintendo DS™ version of Arthur and the Minimoys is a different kind of game to the versions for other consoles and PC. Arthur and the Minimoys for DS™ gleefully portrays the magical world of Arthur through a series of...

Astérix

Astérix

Atari 2600 - January 1, 1983

Join your two favorite Gauls-Asterix and Obelix-on a fast-paced treasure hunt for Roman bounty. You'll need quick reflexes to grab the treasure while avoiding the deadly lyres of Cacofonix, the village bard. And watch out! The longer you play, the faster the lyres speed toward you!

Astérix & Obélix XXL

Astérix & Obélix XXL

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 21, 2003

Unity is strength, and a drop of Magic Potion helps... One strategy: "BASH THE ROMANS!!" -A video game first: Onscreen duo action! 2 heroes that act in perfect unity. -Awesome attacks and combos: Power-Hammer, Twister Fusion, Time Distortion, Atomic Potion, Mole, Rage and Club... -Massive combats: Up to 70 Romans onscreen!

Astérix & Obélix XXL

Astérix & Obélix XXL

Nintendo GameCube - Released - June 18, 2004

Asterix & Obelix XXL is an action adventure video game released in 2004. It is based on the French comic book series Asterix, about the Gaulish warrior Asterix in the year 50 BC, as he battles the Romans. Despite the common sense may indicate that "XXL" is a Roman number, it is actually an initialism for "extra extra large", meaning the game has a great number of additional features. It was released in the United States (for PlayStation 2 only) with the title Asterix & Obelix: Kick Buttix. A sequel was released the following year, Asterix & Obelix XXL 2: Mission Las Vegum.

Astérix & Obélix XXL 2: Mission Wifix

Astérix & Obélix XXL 2: Mission Wifix

Sony PSP - Released - November 17, 2006

Asterix & Obelix XXL 2 takes you on an action-packed tour of the astonishing "Las Vegum" theme oark. In this original scenario, Miraculix the druid is behaving very strangely and all other renowned druids of the Roman Empire have disappeared... Las Vegum: The City of Games is the brainchild of the visionary Julius Caesar. Its labyrinthine streets will lead you through the districts of Little Paris, WCW, Lucksore, Little Venetia, Pirate Island and even Seizeus Palace.

Astérix & Obélix XXL 2: Mission: Las Vegum

Astérix & Obélix XXL 2: Mission: Las Vegum

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 29, 2006

Asterix & Obelix XXL 2: Mission Las Vegum takes you on an action-packed tour of the astonishing "Las Vegum" theme park. In this original scenario, Getafix the famous druid is behaving very strangely, and all the other renowned druids of the Roman Empire have disappeared... Las Vegum, "the city of games," is the brainchild of the visionary Julius Caesar. Its labyrinthine streets will lead you through the districts of Little Paris, WCW, LuckSore, Little Venetia, Pirate Island, and even SeizeUs Palace. Along the way, the program is packed with pumped-up Romans alongside some curiously familiar...

Astérix & Obélix XXL 2: Mission: Wifix

Astérix & Obélix XXL 2: Mission: Wifix

Nintendo DS - Released - November 17, 2006

Astérix & Obélix XXL 2: Mission: Wifix is an action game based on the French comic Astérix. It is a redesigned version of Astérix & Obélix XXL 2: Mission: Las Vegum. The story is the same: Astérix and Obélix have to travel to Caesar's amusement park "Las Vegum" to rescue the captive druids. The two will have to fight their way through Roman soldiers in the various differently themed areas of the park. The player can switch between Astérix and Obélix at any time and use their respective strengths and weaknesses to overcome certain obstacles. The DS version has been redesigned as a...

Astérix & Obélix: Kick Buttix

Astérix & Obélix: Kick Buttix

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 14, 2004

Asterix & Obelix XXL is an action adventure video game released in 2004.[1] It is based on the French comic book series Asterix, about the Gaulish warrior Asterix in the year 50 BC, as he battles the Romans. Despite the common sense may indicate that "XXL" is a Roman number, it is actually an initialism for "extra extra large", meaning the game has a great number of additional features. It was released in the United States (for PlayStation 2 only) with the title Asterix & Obelix: Kick Buttix. A sequel was released the following year, Asterix & Obelix XXL 2: Mission Las Vegum.

Astérix at the Olympic Games

Astérix at the Olympic Games

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 29, 2008

Astérix and Obélix have to win the Olympic Games in order to help their lovesick friend Lovestorix marry Princess Irina. Brutus uses every trick in the book to have his own team win the game, and get rid of his father Julius Caesar in the process, but fails. Asterix and Lovestorix win the games and it ends happily.

Astérix at the Olympic Games

Astérix at the Olympic Games

Nintendo Wii - Released - August 22, 2008

Astérix and Obélix have to win the Olympic Games in order to help their lovesick friend Lovestorix marry Princess Irina. Brutus uses every trick in the book to have his own team win the game, and get rid of his father Julius Caesar in the process, but fails. Asterix and Lovestorix win the games and it ends happily.

Astérix at the Olympic Games

Astérix at the Olympic Games

Nintendo DS - Released - 2007

Astérix and Obélix have to win the Olympic Games in order to help their lovesick friend Lovestorix marry Princess Irina. Brutus uses every trick in the book to have his own team win the game, and get rid of his father Julius Caesar in the process, but fails. Asterix and Lovestorix win the games and it ends happily.

Asteroids

Asteroids

Atari 2600 - Released - July 1, 1981

The objective of Asteroids is to score as many points as possible by destroying asteroids and flying saucers. The player controls a triangular-shaped ship that can rotate left and right, fire shots straight forward, and thrust forward. As the ship moves, momentum is not conserved — the ship eventually comes to a stop again when not thrusting. The player can also send their ship into hyperspace, causing it to disappear and reappear in a random location on the screen (with the risk of self-destructing or appearing on top of an asteroid).

Asteroids

Asteroids

Atari Jaguar CD - January 1, 1995

Asteroids is an arcade space shooter released in November 1979[1] by Atari, Inc. and designed by Lyle Rains, Ed Logg, and Dominic Walsh. The player controls a spaceship in an asteroid field which is periodically traversed by flying saucers. The object of the game is to shoot and destroy asteroids and saucers while not colliding with either or being hit by the saucers' counter-fire. The game becomes harder as the number of asteroids increases. Asteroids was conceived during a meeting between Logg and Rains and used hardware developed by Howard Delman previously used for Lunar Lander. Based...

Asteroids

Asteroids

Arcade - Released - November 1, 1979

Your space craft is dangerously situated among fast moving asteroids in an asteroid belt that can destroy your ship on contact. Armed with a front mounted weapon and the ability to hyperspace, you fly through the debris, destroying each rock one piece at a time. Alien saucers visit the playfield from time to time with an eye towards destroying your ship! The objective of Asteroids is to score as many points as possible by destroying asteroids and flying saucers. The player controls a triangular-shaped ship that can rotate left and right, fire shots straight forward, and thrust forward. As...

Asteroids

Asteroids

Atari 5200 - May 11, 1982

Trapped in space somewhere between the planets Ortanus and Earth, your ship is suddenly surrounded by a field of massive asteroids. And, as if that weren't enough excitement for one day, a group of alien saucers stage a surprise attack. Quickly you take over the controls to save your ship from imminent doom. You must thrust away from the path of the oncoming asteroids. Put up shields to protect the ship. Hyperspace into thin air. Flip over and get the asteroids attacking from behind. It's all in your hands now. Good luck! Thought to have been planned to be a launch title for the Atari 5200...

Asteroids

Asteroids

Atari 800 - 1981

Asteroids surround you. Trapped far from home your embattled spaceship hurls towards its doom. You are caught in the center of a gigantic cloud of asteroids. You have no choice. You must pulverize all the asteroids in your path with you photon cannon if you are ever to save yourself and your ship. You have more than enough photon power to destroy all the asteroids you can see, but you can only fire four shots into the asteroid field at one time. You can be hit four times before your ship is finally destroyed. Every 10,000 points you score will earn you another ship.

Asteroids Deluxe

Asteroids Deluxe

Arcade - Released - 1980

Pilot a spaceship equipped with shields and auto-fire as you blast through level after level of rotating asteroids. UFOs and multi-segmented Killer Satellites take chase, searching for an opportunity to destroy your ship. Asteroids Deluxe features modified gameplay intentionally designed to challenge players who had mastered the original Asteroids. Hyperspace was replaced with a new option called "shields", which creates a protective barrier around the players' ship. This barrier is only effective when the button is depressed and held unlike hyperspace, and depletes with use also unlike...

Astro Grover

Astro Grover

Atari 5200 - August 8, 1983

Astro Grover (along with Muppet Go-Round and Big Bird’s Hide and Seek) was part of Atari’s planned children’s line of games for the Atari 5200. These titles would have utilized the 5200 Kid’s Controller, which was actually just a giant keypad that would have easy for children with small hands to use. However, while the 2600 children’s line was released (featuring completely different games), the 5200 games and controller never saw the light of day. The games were however eventually released by CBS on the Atari 8-bit computers and the Nintendo Entertainment System, although some were...

Atari Anniversary Edition

Atari Anniversary Edition

Windows - July 9, 2001

12 Atari Game Compilation: Asteroids, Asteroids Deluxe, Battlezone, Centipede, Crystal Castles, Gravitar, Millipede, Missile Command, Pong, Super Breakout, Tempest and Warlords

Atari Anthology

Atari Anthology

Sony Playstation 2 - November 22, 2004

Atari Anthology contains Atari 2600 games from the 1970's and 1980's. Over 85 games are reproduced, including arcade titles: Asteroids, Asteroids Deluxe, Battlezone, Black Widow, Centipede, Crystal Castles, Liberator, Lunar Lander, Gravitar, Major Havoc, Millipede, Missile Command, Pong, Red Baron, Space Duel, Super Breakout, Tempest, and Warlords. Also included are Atari 2600 titles: 3D Tic Tac Toe, Adventure, Air-Sea Battle, Asteroids, Atari Video Cube, Backgammon, Battlezone, Blackjack, Bowling, Breakout, Canyon Bomber, Casino, Centipede, Circus Atari, Combat, Crystal Castles, Demons to...

Atari Baseball

Atari Baseball

Arcade - June 1, 1979

A black and white 2-player baseball game.

Atari Basketball

Atari Basketball

Arcade - Released - May 1, 1979

One on one basketball between two players or one player and computer. Giant "Atari Trak Ball" (TM) and one button for control. "Sweet Georgia Brown" at tip-off. Crowd roars with every successful shot. Large cabinet with nearly a 30" x 30" footprint. Large control panel holds two trak ball controllers - players stand side by side during play.

Atari Classics -Evolved-

Atari Classics -Evolved-

Sony PSP - December 19, 2007

Some of the most iconic games ever created, now in the palm of your hands! Experience 11 timeless games that started the revolution! Presented in their original and evolved designs, featuring updated graphics, gameplay and sound.

Atari Flashback Classics

Atari Flashback Classics

Nintendo Switch - December 13, 2018

The most comprehensive collection of arcade and home console classics comes to the Nintendo Switch™ system. Packed with 150 all-time favorites, rare gems, and unique homebrews, Atari® Flashback Classics is designed to take advantage of the touch screen and Joy-Con™ controllers of the Nintendo Switch system to bring new life to these iconic Atari games. With all-new achievements, leaderboards and social features bringing players together, combined with an amazing archive of classic artwork make Atari Flashback Classics the most complete Atari collection ever!

Atari Football

Atari Football

Arcade - October 1, 1978

Atari Football is a 2-player 1978 arcade game.[2] It was developed and published by Atari, Inc.. In this game, the sport of American football is accurately emulated, with players represented by Xs and Os. The game was one of the most popular arcade games in its day. In 1979, Atari released a more challenging four-player version programmed by Dave Theurer the creator of Missile Command and Tempest.

Atari Greatest Hits: Volume 1

Atari Greatest Hits: Volume 1

Nintendo DS - Released - November 2, 2010

50 games including 3 Atari 2600 games never before seen in a compilation Multiplayer available for all head-to-head games using both single and multi-card Original box, cabinet art Hours of all your favorite classic games Play anywhere, any time on the DS

Atari Greatest Hits: Volume 2

Atari Greatest Hits: Volume 2

Nintendo DS - Released - March 8, 2011

Atari Greatest Hits Volume 2, delivers 50 more iconic Atari games to the Nintendo DS. The compilation game simply gives you the best of Atari's arcade and 2600 games. With 50 games on one cartridge and available multiplayer and iconic favorites, the fun never ends. For those who love the classic gaming experience, this handheld breakthrough is sure to guarantee hours of fun on the go.

Atari Karts

Atari Karts

Atari Jaguar - Released - December 20, 1995

A go-cart free for all! In Atari Karts you'll race around the track with some of the craziest creatures around. Watch out for the objects lying on the road. Some are bonuses that will help you get ahead, but those hazards can be nasty. They'll cause you to slow down or mess with your driving controls. Try to outdistance your competition and finish fourth or better to move on to the next course. Kids of all ages will love this game!

Atari Mini Golf

Atari Mini Golf

Arcade

Atari Soccer

Atari Soccer

Arcade - Released - April 1, 1980

A top-view, two- or four-player soccer game. This game was programmed by Dave Theurer, who created the classics Missile Command and Tempest as well as I, Robot and APB. In France, Atari and a jukebox brand named 'electrokicker' built a special cabinet for Atari Soccer and renamed it to "Coupe du Monde".

Atari Vault

Atari Vault

Windows - March 24, 2016

Relive the Golden Age of Gaming with 100 of the most popular iconic games from the 70’s and 80’s. Now with online multiplayer capability, this extensive catalog includes classic Atari® titles like Asteroids®, Centipede®, Missile Command®, and many more, paired with intuitive new controls designed to mimic what Atari fans remember from the glory days! The brand new additions of online and local multiplayer, along with Steam Leaderboards, allows you to challenge friends and compete with players from around the world like never before. And now with Steam Controller support, you’ll have...

Atari Video Cube

Atari Video Cube

Atari 2600 - 1982

Help Hubie the Cube Master solve the magical Atari Video Cube. He picks up and drops colors at your command - and you have billions of possible combinations! Atari Video Cube is fast-paced fun for the whole family!

The A-Team

The A-Team

Atari 2600 - 1984

The A-Team video game for the Atari 2600 basically consisted of you playing as BA Baracus's head. You would shoot at different enemies either above or below you as you move right or left. When you died The A-Team theme would play.

Attack of the Mutant Penguins

Attack of the Mutant Penguins

Atari Jaguar - Released - March 1, 1996

In the distant galaxy of Bleurggh, an evil (but reasonably stupid) band of aliens picked up some of Earth's television signals. Unfortunately for them, they could only tune in a wildlife program. They figured the Earth would be a pushover to invade, so they disguised themselves as its inhabitants -- penguins! Word of the invasion has reached those champions of intergalactic do-goodery, Bernard and Rodney. Now, with their help, you must prevent the alien mutant penguins from triggering the Doomscale and destroying the Earth. Are you up to the challenge?

Avalanche

Avalanche

Arcade - Released - April 1, 1978

Avalanche is a 2-D game of skill. You control a multi-storied platform with a spinner-knob. Your goal is to prevent the falling rocks from ever reaching the ground. There are six rows of rocks to deal with. You start with a 6-storied platform and you lose one platform per row of rocks cleared. You score points for those rocks you prevent from reaching the ground. Of course, the farther the row of rocks, the smaller and faster they become. Your ultimate goal is to get enough points so that you can continue your game should you lose your first one. Get your hard hat out and prepare to catch...

Awesome Golf

Awesome Golf

Atari Lynx - Released - 1991

You are on the 18th tee, one stroke behind the defending champion. Do you take your caddy's advice and play it safe, or do you risk the water? Awesome Golf provides great realism and a challenge for one to four players.

Axis and Allies

Axis and Allies

Windows - November 2, 2004

A real-time strategy game based on the Axis & Allies board game. Play as the United States, Great Britain, Russia, Germany or Japan.

Bachelor Party

Bachelor Party

Atari 2600 - Released - 1982

The game is a simplified version of Breakout where the "ball" is made to look like a nude man and the "bricks" are made to look like nude women and the man bounces back and forth horizontally rather than vertically. On the left, he is repelled by a woman with whom he collides and subsequently eliminates from play, or by the opposing wall. On the right, a paddle (said to be a container of aphrodisiac "Spanish Fly" in the manual) returns the depleted bachelor to the room full of women. The paddle is controlled by the player using a paddle controller. The premise is that of an unnamed...

Backgammon

Backgammon

Atari 2600 - June 1, 1979

While the BACKGAMMON Game Program contains instructional features for the beginner, it can also provide challenging gameplay for the most advanced player. It follows the full rules of the game and also contains Acey-Deucey, a variation of Backgammon.

Backyard Baseball

Backyard Baseball

Sony Playstation 2 - May 30, 2002

Build the championship baseball team of your dreams and play with the Pros in your own backyard. Create the lineup, take the field and direct all of the action. Earn new pitching and batting power-ups to light up the scoreboard! The Backyard Baseball’ game includes kid versions of hard-hitting, base-stealing, tough-fielding players including Barry Bonds, Randy Johnson, Mike Piazza and Ichiro.

Backyard Baseball '09

Backyard Baseball '09

Nintendo Wii - June 10, 2008

Backyard Baseball 2009 is the sixth iteration of the best selling youth baseball video game of all time and the only kid's game to hold the coveted major League Baseball (MLB) and Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) licenses. The game features kid versions of top MLB pros (at least one from every team) and includes all 32 MLB teams, uniforms, and logos. Packed with fun, Backyard Baseball combines authentic gameplay and crazy effects with hilarious (G-rated) scenarios.

Backyard Baseball '10

Backyard Baseball '10

Nintendo Wii - April 7, 2009

Backyard Baseball’10 is the latest and greatest version of the best selling kids’ baseball video game series. Backyard Baseball ’10 is a great way to extend the love of baseball from the outside field to the virtual field. Along with cover player David Ortiz, Backyard Baseball ’10, lets kids play with or alongside other pro players featured as kids from all 30 MLB teams. The game also includes realistic baseball action, outrageous game play, power-ups and all 30 MLB teams plus 6 Backyard Teams. New fields, environments, unlockables, single game, season and multiplayer modes plus custom player...

Backyard Baseball 2006

Backyard Baseball 2006

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - March 16, 2005

Atari's BACKYARD series is based around the idea of taking original kid characters and teaming them up with the biggest names in sports to play baseball, football, and several other sports. BACKYARD BASEBALL 2006 for the GBA teams player-created characters with Major League Baseball hard-hitters from all 30 MLB teams to compete in tournaments, exhibition games, and other challenges. As the name suggests, the games are mostly played on backyard lots, although some fields, like the Gater Flats swamp, probably don't exist in many kids' backyards. Players have the choice of creating custom...

Backyard Basketball

Backyard Basketball

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 24, 2004

For the first time ever, Backyard Basketball is on the Nintendo Game Boy Advance system! Create your own portable basketball team with Backyard Kids and cool kid versions of NBA stars. It's slam-dunk action full of wacky courts and crazy Backyard Basketball power-ups. Choose from 30 Backyard Kids and 10 kid versions of NBA stars including Tim Duncan, Tracy McGrady, Shaquille O'Neal, Kevin Garnett, Dirk Nowitzki, Vince Carter, Ray Allen, Paul Pierce, Yao Ming and LeBron James -- as well as all 30 teams, or choose Backyard Teams like the Hyper Hot Doggers and Jumpin' Gym Rats. Score some fast...

Backyard Basketball

Backyard Basketball

Sony Playstation 2 - November 14, 2006

Backyard Basketball is an entry into the Backyard Sports franchise of video games. Originally developed by Humongous Entertainment and published by Infogrames Entertainment SA, the game was released for Microsoft Windows and Macintosh platforms in 2001. Since its original release, the game has been ported to a variety of consoles, each sporting different characters and slightly altered gameplay mechanics. As with the other entries into the Backyard Sports franchise, Backyard Basketball has received notoriety for its inclusion of pro basketball players as playable characters. The first...

Backyard Basketball

Backyard Basketball

Nintendo DS - Released - September 25, 2007

Create your basketball team with Backyard Kids (30 backyard kids) and kid versions of NBA stars (10 kid versions of NBA stars). Backyard Basketball have very cool power ups, two mini games and a season play mode. It is possible to go head-to-head with another GBA player with a game link cable. Games can be saved on the cartridge.

Backyard Football

Backyard Football

Nintendo Wii - October 16, 2007

Combines Authentic NFL plays and strategies with the wild and wacky antics of the Backyard gang. Players have control of the style, location, pace, and strategy of the game. And, with multiple levels, the game is easy enough for rookie players yet mega challenging for more seasoned veterans.

Backyard Football '09

Backyard Football '09

Nintendo Wii - October 21, 2008

All the hard-hitting action of a realistic simulation and wacky arcade game in one! Authentic NFL strategies & teams 32 Top NFL pros, 22 Backyard kids Custom teams & plays Easy enough for rookies, challenging for all-stars Single game & season modes Crazy Power-ups & unlockables The only game with NFL pros as kids!

Backyard Football '10

Backyard Football '10

Nintendo Wii - October 20, 2009

Backyard Football '10, features new co-op play for exciting 2 vs 2 action and is packed with a roster full of NFL superstars featured as animated middle-schoolers in the game. The game featuring top NFL players as kids and combines realistic NFL plays and strategies with wild arcade style power moves and comical scenarios so gamers of all ages can learn the fundamentals of football while having fun. Multiple levels make it easy enough for beginners, yet challenging enough for even die-hard football fans. In addition to new co-op, 2 vs. 2 multi-player action, Backyard Football '10 features...

Backyard Football 2006

Backyard Football 2006

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 1, 2005

Backyard Football 2006 is the fourth iteration of the award-winning game that combines realistic football plays and strategies with crazy humor. Backyard Football 2006 features child versions of NFL superstars, including Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Donovan McNabb and Daunte Culpepper. Backyard Football 2006 includes all 32 NFL teams as well as 19 wacky Backyard teams and features new backgrounds, 7x7 teams, and a power moves system.

Backyard Hockey

Backyard Hockey

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 9, 2003

Skate, shoot and score with the Backyard Kids and kid versions of the hottest NHL? pros! You can control all of the action in this hockey favorite. Build your own talented team, choose an awesome rink and zoom down the ice! With zany power-ups and that one-of-a-kind Backyard Sports excitement, Backyard Hockey provides fun, speedy, end-to-end action. Now that it's on the Game Boy Advance system, you can hit the game-winning slapshot anywhere

Backyard Hockey

Backyard Hockey

Nintendo DS - September 7, 2007

Backyard Hockey is a sports game released on October 2, 2007. This is the fourth iteration of the Backyard Hockey game from the Backyard Sports series. Backyard Hockey allows you to play ice hockey as professional NHL players as kids.The cover athlete for the game is Nicklas Lidström of the Detroit Red Wings. This was the first ice hockey game released for Nintendo DS in the United States.

Backyard Skateboarding

Backyard Skateboarding

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 1, 2005

Backyard Skateboarding is a fast-paced extreme sports game that lets kids skate as a junior version of eight-time world skateboarding champion, Andy Macdonald. The 2006 edition of Backyard Skateboarding features new challenges, missions, gear, power ups, and unlockables. The game also has easier controls and faster gameplay.

Backyard Sports Baseball 2007

Backyard Sports Baseball 2007

Nintendo GameCube - April 3, 2006

Backyard Sports is a series of video games released for both consoles and computers. The series is best known for starring kid-sized versions of popular professional sports stars, such as Albert Pujols, Paul Pierce, Barry Bonds, Tim Duncan, Clint Mathis, Kevin Garnett, Tom Brady, Alex Rodriguez, Joe Thornton and Andy Macdonald. The Backyard Sports series is licensed by the leading professional US sports leagues (MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL, and MLS). The series includes Backyard Baseball, Backyard Basketball, Backyard Football (American football), Backyard Soccer, Backyard Hockey (Ice hockey), and...

Backyard Sports Football: Rookie Rush

Backyard Sports Football: Rookie Rush

Nintendo Wii - October 22, 2010

The neighborhood kids hit the gridiron for a combination of football fun and crazy arcade-style twists. Get your football fix on 12 neighborhood fields and unlock items to create your own backyard. Join Dmitri, Pablo, Joey, and other favorite Backyard Kids as they welcome a rookie to the neighborhood and try to build a winner in an all-new Story Mode. Use wacky power-ups like Deep Freeze and Banana Peels, work on skills in new mini-games, compete in tournaments, and more.

Backyard Sports: Baseball 2007

Backyard Sports: Baseball 2007

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - June 12, 2006

Backyard Baseball 2007 is the fifth iteration of the best selling youth baseball video game of all time and the only kid's game to hold the coveted Major League Baseball (MLB) and Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) licenses. Backyard Baseball 2007 features a roster full of top MLB pros as kids and includes all 30 MLB teams, uniforms, and logos. In addition, the game's kid-friendly, non-violent format, and high level of diversity makes it especially popular with parents.

Backyard Sports: Basketball 2007

Backyard Sports: Basketball 2007

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 14, 2006

Backyard Basketball 2007 delivers great b-ball action that happens in your backyard. Choose from a mix of Backyard Kids and pro NBA players, then get started playing the wackiest basketball game ever!

Backyard Sports: Football 2007

Backyard Sports: Football 2007

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 26, 2006

Backyard Football 2007 brings kid-sized professional football players and the Backyard Kids together for another round of arcade football. The game gives players total control of the style, location, pace, and strategy of the game. Spectacular graphics, crazy effects & addictive gameplay make Backyard Football 2007 a great way for young football fans to the game and live out their sports fantasy.

Backyard Sports: Rookie Rush

Backyard Sports: Rookie Rush

Nintendo DS

Go long! Backyard Sports: Rookie Rush offers kids the opportunity to get in the huddle with fan-favorite characters Pablo, Dmitri, and Joey as they block and tackle their way through energetic, kid-friendly football games on 12 interactive, neighborhood fields many representing each character’s home turf and also a "My Backyard" field mode in which players can unlock items and populate their unique backyard. With hard hitting power-ups, imaginative new fields, stylized graphics, exciting new array of super-charged gameplay options and a compelling story mode, Rookie Rush is well trained and...

Backyard Sports: Sandlot Sluggers

Backyard Sports: Sandlot Sluggers

Nintendo Wii - May 25, 2010

As the snow melts and the temperatures rise, one thing is sure to pop into the minds of boys everywhere: baseball season! Backyard Sports: Sandlot Sluggers allows players to join their favorite neighborhood friends and play ball in fun and exciting arcade style sports action. Sandlot Sluggers is a completely new take on a longtime favorite franchise with all-new features, updated graphics, enhanced gameplay, and extensive options that will keep players and gamers alike enthusiastically entertained. Backyard Sports: Sandlot Sluggers offers hours of entertainment with laugh out loud comedic...

Baldies

Baldies

Atari Jaguar CD - December 1, 1995

Ever want to rule the world? With Baldies you have the resources, but do you have the strategy and skill? Build your own society complete with workers, builders, soldiers, and scientists, and use them to conquer enemy territory. When it comes to killing your foe, creativity is highly encouraged. You can skunk 'em, drown 'em, blow 'em up, and electrocute 'em. Plan your attack well. The enemy is trying to do the same to you!

Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition

Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition

Windows - November 15, 2013

Kidnapped. Imprisoned. Tortured. The wizard Irenicus holds you captive in his stronghold, attempting to strip you of the powers that are your birthright. Can you resist the evil within you, forge a legend of heroic proportions, and ultimately destroy the dark essence that haunts your dreams? Or will you embrace your monstrous nature, carve a swath of destruction across the realms, and ascend to godhood as the new Lord of Murder?

Ballance

Ballance

Windows - October 25, 2006

Bringing Marble Madness to a whole new level, Ballance increases gameplay with many new items not seen in that earlier game. Ballance is a marble/ball game up infinitely high where a fall would never end. You must navigate 12 levels filled with many puzzles you will need to figure out in order to complete the level. This must all be done before your time runs out. Thankfully, there are spots to increase your time throughout the levels.

Ballblazer

Ballblazer

Atari 5200 - March 1, 1984

Ballblazer is a simple one-on-one sports-style game bearing similarities to basketball and soccer. Each side is represented by a craft called a "rotofoil", which can be controlled by either a human player or a computer-controlled "droid" with ten levels of difficulty. (The game allows for human vs. human, human vs. droid, and droid vs. droid matches.) The basic objective of the game is to score points by either firing or carrying a floating ball into the opponent's goal. The game takes place on a flat, checkerboard playfield, and each player's half of the screen is presented in a first-person...

Ballblazer

Ballblazer

Atari 7800 - Released - September 7, 1988

Ballblazer is a simple one-on-one sports-style game bearing similarities to basketball and soccer. Each side is represented by a craft called a "rotofoil", which can be controlled by either a human player or a computer-controlled "droid" with ten levels of difficulty. (The game allows for human vs. human, human vs. droid, and droid vs. droid matches.) The basic objective of the game is to score points by either firing or carrying a floating ball into the opponent's goal. The game takes place on a flat, checkerboard playfield, and each player's half of the screen is presented in a first-person...

Ballblazer

Ballblazer

Atari XEGS - March 1, 1984

Ballblazer is a 1984 computer game created by Lucasfilm Games (later LucasArts Entertainment). It was originally released for the Atari 8-bit systems, such as the Atari 800 and the Atari 5200. It was also ported to other popular platforms of the day, such as the Apple II, ZX Spectrum (by Dalali Software Ltd), Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, Atari 7800, and the NES. The Atari 800 version was called Ballblaster during development - pirated versions of the game went by this name as well.[2] The principal creator and programmer of Ballblazer was David Levine.[3] In 1990, LucasArts and Rainbow Arts...

Barnyard Blaster

Barnyard Blaster

Atari 7800 - Released - June 5, 1988

You and Grandpa are down on the farm. There are critters, bottles, and varmints everywhere -- in the barn, in the yard, and in the cornfield. Grandpa has given you an Atari light gun to help protect the farm. The moving targets are a challenge. Can you hit them? If not, try the veggies! They're fun to shoot at. In the barnyard, bottles and cans on the fence provide great practive for warming up the old shootin' iron. But perfect aim alone isn't enough. You'll need speed, too. In the cornfield, birds swoop from the sky and rabbits scamper among the stalks, Owls and other pests appear inside a...

Barnyard Blaster

Barnyard Blaster

Atari XEGS - January 1, 1987

A light gun shooter set on a farm, allowing you to test your shooting skills by blasting bottles and other things around the yard.

Baseball Heroes

Baseball Heroes

Atari Lynx - 1992

The crowd roars as the Mighty Champ steps up to the plate. Wild Joe, the southpaw flamethrower, stares in to his catcher for what seems like minutes. He nods slowly and steps into his windup. He throws a heater right under the Champ's chin. The big man falls to the ground to avoid getting hit. He sits there a second, glaring at Wild Joe, then slowly rises to his feet. The tension is as thick as peanut butter as he steps back into the box. Wild Joe's next two pitches, breaking balls, shave the corners of the plate, bringing the count to I and 2. The Champ steps out of the box and peers at the...

Basic Math

Basic Math

Atari 2600 - Released - September 11, 1977

Basic Math is a math game for children. Each game gives the player a set of ten basic math problems (i.e. simple addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division) to solve. The player is presented with two numbers and a function, then inputs the answer by cycling through numbers with the joystick. A timer option is available to ramp up the difficulty. The game has eight primary game settings - basically two settings for each mathematical function. Games 1-4 allow the player to select one of the numbers the player will be working with, while 5-8 give random questions.

BASIC Programming

BASIC Programming

Atari 2600 - Released - 1979

BASIC Programming is an Atari 2600 cartridge that teaches simple computer programming. It was released in 1979 and was one of only a few non-gaming cartridges designed for the console. The programming language is similar to dialects of BASIC. Up to nine lines of programming code could be entered in a basic-esque programming language, using both of the Atari 2600 keypad controllers. Due to a 64 character limitation, and the Atari's own RAM size of 128 bytes, only extremely simple programs could be written and executed. Intended as a learning tool, BASIC Programming was not intended for...

Basketbrawl

Basketbrawl

Atari 7800 - Released - June 3, 1990

Vinne and Slash are bleeding from knife wounds and the ref is out cold! No wonder the gang members nicknamed this game "Basketbrawl." To them, it's not a game -- it's a street fight. This premise kicks off Atari's action sports game for up to two players. The objective in Basketbrawl is to become the baddest gang in the town by winning the Basketbrawl tournament. To win, you must play three games against each of the five gangs in your city. Each time you move up to the next gang, you will play a team with more players and more dangerous weapons. Each game lasts six minutes -- out score you...

Basketbrawl

Basketbrawl

Atari Lynx - Released - 1992

Vinnie and Slash are bleeding from knife wounds and the ref is out cold! No wonder the gang members nicknamed this game "Basketbrawl." To them it's not a game--it's a street fight!

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