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Adventure II

Adventure II

Atari 5200 - Homebrew - May 7, 2007

This homebrew Atari 5200 cartridge is a direct, yet unofficial sequel to the Atari 2600 action role-playing classic Adventure. The player controls an unnamed knight on a quest to return the stolen chalice to the Seashore Kingdom's Castle. Like the original, Adventure II is played from top-down perspective, with player roaming the large game world.. The player character can carry one item at a time which are used to solve puzzles. While the main player graphic remains a square, the world of Adventure II is far larger and more robust than the original. The game's 32k cartridge features 4...

Alfred Challenge

Alfred Challenge

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - February 21, 2005

As Alfred, you must run, jump and climb ladders to reach keys to open the doors to get to the next level. Watch out for Tazniak and the Bukoï as they are out to kill you. Do not dally, as you have a limited time to complete a screen. There are three screens and a hidden screen.

Anguna

Anguna

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2016

Anguna is a top-down Zelda-like fantasy action-adventure game for the Atari 2600, written by Nathan Tolbert. Anguna is loosely based on the original version of Anguna written for the Gameboy Advance in 2008. Development for the Atari 2600 version began in mid-2014. When you begin the game, you find yourself in a dungeon equipped with nothing but a sword. You must battle enemies, explore to escape your prison, and eventually find the evil Goblin King. As the game progresses, you'll find useful items (bow and arrow, lantern, winged boots, dynamite, etc.) as well as attack and defense...

Apple Snaffle

Atari 7800 - Homebrew - August 3, 2010

A homebrew game announced to coincide with the Atari 7800's 25th birthday, and released through AtariAge on cartridge. Gameplay is similar to Dig Dug / Mr. Do, and really takes advantage of the 7800's capabilites.

Armor Attack II

Armor Attack II

Atari 7800 - Homebrew - 2013

Armor Attack II is a continuation of the exciting and addicting arcade game made by Cinematronics in 1980. Like the original, this is a one or two player battle-action game where your jeeps (equipped with rocket launchers) defend war torn landscapes with 16 different terrains that are randomly chosen at the beginning of each level. The play field is a top view of cities with road and building areas defined. Players (jeeps) and enemies (tanks) can only maneuver on the roads, however the enemy helicopter can go over buildings and roads. No shots by anything can go through buildings, as...

AStar

AStar

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - June 10, 2006

AStar is a new puzzle game for the Atari 2600 by Aaron Curtis, whose first homebrew endeavor was the highly popular Fall Down. AStar is inspired by an old calculator game called DStar. The basic idea is to collect all the items (cherries on the first level), but it's not as easy as it may seem at first! You can only move in a straight line until you hit something. You can then change your direction and again move forward until you hit a wall. You also have control of a small block to that you can use to help you navigate the level. The number of moves you've made is shown at the bottom of...

Asteroids Deluxe

Asteroids Deluxe

Atari 7800 - Homebrew - 2007

...It seems as though you've been here before - but this time, it's much worse! The Asteroids are faster, the enemy ships are much more skilled marksmen than your first time through this galaxy...and what's this odd hexagon-shaped craft I keep hearing about? Asteroids plunge at you! Trapped in a gigantic cloud of asteroids, your struggling spaceship hurls towards its doom. You'll have to pulverize all the asteroids with your photon cannon to save your ship and your life! Rubble from an exploding asteroid bounces off your ship's hull. A glowing blur flashes across your viewing screen....

Astro Blaster

Astro Blaster

Atari 7800 - Homebrew - 2014

Astro Blaster is an Atari 7800 port of the arcade game of the same name, created by Robert DeCrescenzo, who has many excellent arcade conversions under his belt. In Astro Blaster, one or two players must advance through squadrons of alien ships in an attempt to dock with the mother ship. Players move their ship left or right and shoot at attacking squadrons. A special warp button allows the player to slow down the alien space ships and their laser fire, while maintaining his/her own ship and laser fire at normal speed. As players enter each new sector they encounter a different...

Astro Fighter

Astro Fighter

Atari 7800 - Homebrew - 2015

Astro Fighter is a two-dimensional, space shoot 'em up arcade game released in 1980. It was developed and published by Data East in Japan and was published outside of Japan by Gremlin/Sega. Programmer Robert DeCrescenzo has now brought Astro Fighter to life on the Atari 7800! Astro Fighter is a one or two player game of space adventure. Two players may take turns, competing for the high score. The player's warship faces meteor showers interspersed with four lines of enemy defense forces in an effort to reach the 'Master' and destroy it. Besides the challenges of fighting ability, the...

AstroStorm

AstroStorm

Atari Jaguar - Homebrew - October 20, 2017

AstroStorm is a new game by SporadicSoft for the Atari Jaguar. It's primarily a target based shoot 'em up where you must blast away all the rocks before your shield runs out. In Campaign and Skirmish modes, after every two levels you must also fly to your next location. AstroStorm features a campaign story with 40 levels, skirmish mode with random levels, arcade modes for quick pick up and play, a mix of gameplay styles between shooting and space flying, powerups you can activate at strategic moments, separate scoreboards for each game type, and more!

Avalanche

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2019

Emergency! A call has just come in and an impending avalanche is about to destroy the local town. Rush to the scene and maneuver the shields to stop the crushing boulders and be the hero! The inspiration for the classic Atari game Kaboom!, Avalanche features the same type of frenetic game play and precise control using the Atari paddle controllers. Do you have the skills to stop the Avalanche and become a legend?

A-VCS-tec Challenge

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2006

A-VCS-tec Challenge is a video game developed for the Atari 2600 video game console. The game was inspired by the 1980s Commodore 64 game Aztec Challenge, but only contains the "gauntlet" portion of the game. A-VCS-tec Challenge was written by Atari 2600 homebrew developer Simon Quernhorst, with music by Paul Slocum.

b*nQ

b*nQ

Atari 7800 - Homebrew - 2007

If you've ever played the 1982 arcade game Q*bert, then you're already familiar with b*nQ. Ken Siders has created a faithful reproduction of the popular arcade game for the Atari 7800 ProSystem. This is Ken Siders' second Atari 7800 homebrew written from the ground up. His first was Beef Drop, which is one of the most accurate ports of the arcade game Burgertime to any classic gaming system. The object of b*nQ is to score as many points as possible by jumping on cubes, jumping on green objects, and luring the Snake to his death. When all of the cubes have been changed to the “change to”...

Baby Pac-Man

Atari 7800 - Homebrew - 2019

Baby Pac-Man is the first complete home port of the 1982 Bally / Midway Video and Pinball hybrid game. While there have been may hacks to existing Pac-Man games to include the mazes from this game, there was never an actual home port with the more aggressive AI for the monsters, pinball section (on screen), or the new rules for energizers / tunnel speed. You must guide Baby Pac-Man through the multiple mazes, and avoid the most aggressive (downright nasty) monsters that ever existed in a Pac-Man game. Drop off the bottom of the maze to the pinball section, and you can earn energizers (you...

Backfire

Backfire

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2003

The year is 2947. Earth is being invaded by the evil K’caj clan from the Yenrut galaxy. You are Galactic Commander Frank Drexor. The United States Space Guard has commissioned you with the task of defending the most important sector of the galaxy from the invaders. K’caj technology is much more advanced than the technology of Earth. Some of the ships have tractor beams. Others are equipped with subspace energy disruptors. These disruptors create energy barriers that will actually cause the shots from your cannons to reflect back at you! If your mission is a failure, the K’caj will gain control...

Balloon Trip

Balloon Trip

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2018

You're floating high above the majestic ocean, held aloft by balloons as you gaze your surroundings. But this is no ordinary, leisurely flight! Your goal in Balloon Trip is to collect as many balloons as possible, all the while avoiding electric sparks that will pop your balloons and bring a tragic end to your journey! And if the sparks didn't provide enough danger for you, the water below is also treacherous, full of aggressive fish that will leap into the air to pull you into the murky depths below! So be sure you keep an adequate distance between you and the water, as you don't want to...

Bee-Ball

Bee-Ball

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - December 14, 2007

In the animal kingdom, bees are widely known as efficient workers. But there's an interesting fact that we as humans don't know--bees enjoy having fun! Every year bees from many places gather in one spot to play in a competitive tournament of Bee-Ball! This unique insect game is a mix of tennis and volleyball where bees hit a honey ball over a net using a racquet. A bee judge watches over the match and serves new balls as needed. If the ball touches the floor or flies out of bounds, a point is scored. Avoid fouling the ball out, use your dexterity to block your opponent's shots, slam the ball...

Beef Drop

Beef Drop

Atari 5200 - Homebrew - January 1, 2004

This game is a homebrew attempt to bring a better version of the coin-op game BurgerTime to the Atari 8-bit computer and any version to the Atari 5200 and Atari 7800. The game play is the same as the coin-op game. You, the chef, must make burgers by walking on the parts so they drop down to plates below. You are pursued by Mr. Yolk (a fried egg), Mr. Dill (a pickle slice) and Frank (a hot dog). If you are cornered, you can throw pepper on the food to stop it for a short time. If you can catch them in some burger parts, you get bonus points. Occasionally, a bonus item, like an ice cream cone,...

Bentley Bear's Crystal Quest

Bentley Bear's Crystal Quest

Atari 7800 - 2013

Bentley Bear defeated Berthilda within her Crystal Castle realm, but she vowed to get her revenge on Bentley. After nearly 30 years of planning and scheming, Berthilda was able to steal the five 'Crystals Of Life' that kept the balance of good and evil in check. Now it is up to Bentley to retrieve those jewels and restore the balance of power to the world. Berthilda has hidden all five Crystals in separate parts of the world and guards them fiercely. As Bentley, you will run into many of your old foes from the Castle days... as well as some new ones. Navigate unforgiving terrain from at...

Blinky Goes Up

Blinky Goes Up

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2012

Avoid The Ground! One day Blinky finds himself at the bottom of a dark dungeon and there's only one way out... up! Blinky Goes Up is an original platform game for the Atari 2600 by Jan Hermanns. Your goal is to ascend through each level in this vertical scrolling platformer, collecting every gold nugget along the way. You'll receive an extra life for every four told nuggets you collect. And you may need them, as there are villains working to block your path: Tooby, Bolly, and Shooty. To compound matters, if you fall or jump from a platform and don't land on another, you'll lose a...

BLiP Football

BLiP Football

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2006

Did you grow up playing those handheld electronic football games? Initially released in 1977 (the same year as the Atari VCS), these portable football games became wildly popular, eventually spawning many variants. Thanks to 2600 programmers David Galloway and Bob Montgomery, you can now enjoy this classic handheld football game on the 2600 in the form of BLiP Football. Faithfully mimicked in appearance, audio and gameplay, BLiP Football recreates the experience of playing the original electronic football. In BLiP Football you control a running back and must get by the defenders trying to...

Boulder Dash

Boulder Dash

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2012

Following the recent release of their amazing Boulder Dash® playable demo, programmers Andrew Davie and Thomas Jentzsch, in association with publishers AtariAge and First Star Software, Inc, are very excited to announce that the original game in the Boulder Dash® series, Boulder Dash® Volume 1, will be available for purchase, exclusively from the AtariAge Store, in time for Christmas 2011! Andrew Davie and Thomas Jentzsch have been working on this Atari 2600 port of Boulder Dash® for almost a decade. Together these two Atari 2600 veterans have used their insight and sophisticated knowledge...

Brawn and Brains

Atari Jaguar - Homebrew - 2020

Brawn and Brains is a collection of three unique Atari Jaguar games, each from a different Jaguar developer. This collection features Dragonkeep (Lawrence Staveley), Tiles (Rik Day), and Do the Same (Matmook/Jagware)

Brik

Brik

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2014

Brik is a version of the classic brick breaking genre of games for your Atari console, featuring multiple unique levels, bonuses and enemies. The object of the game is to use the bat at the bottom of the screen to keep the ball in play as you knock out bricks to score points. Using the joystick controller you can move the bat left or right. Pressing the fire button launches the ball towards the bricks. Move the bat left or right to keep the ball in play. If the ball passes the bat you will lose a life and the ball will be reset on the bat ready to start again. If you lose all four lives the...

Candy Catcher

Candy Catcher

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2011

Catch Candy however you have to beware the robot that comes and tries to hit you! Here is how scoring is going to work: You catch a piece of candy : + 10 points You jump and crush the robot : + 15 points You miss a piece of candy and it hits the ground : - 1 point You get hit by a piece of candy : - 5 points The robot grabs a piece of candy : - 10 points (Basically random luck on the robots part but forces you to take more challenging moves!) The robot hits you = Game Over.

Castle Crisis

Castle Crisis

Atari 5200 - Homebrew - April 25, 2004

This is a self-published game by Bryan Edewaard that is a version of the Atari coin-op game Warlords. The game is designed to look and play as much like the coin-op version as possible. Use your shield to deflect fireballs away from your castle and towards your opponents. You can also capture fireballs and launch them at your opponents with even greater force.

Castle Crisis

Atari 800 - Homebrew - 2004

This is a self-published game by Bryan Edewaard that is a version of the Atari coin-op game Warlords. The game is designed to look and play as much like the coin-op version as possible. Use your shield to deflect fireballs away from your castle and towards your opponents. You can also capture fireballs and launch them at your opponents with even greater force.

Cave In

Cave In

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2010

The objective of Cave In is to find the three pieces of a crown somewhere within the maze of caverns. Your Indiana Jones-like avatar searches through many brick-lined rooms looking for three keys that will open up the locked rooms. There is an enemy (scorpion, hawk, wolf, etc,) to be dealt with in almost every room, and they can drain your strength if you come into contact with them. There are three difficulty settings: normal, intermediate and fast. Only the first version starts you off with a revolver to defend yourself and has static key locations. I was able to find the three keys in...

Caverns of Mars

Caverns of Mars

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2017

Caverns of Mars is a computer game originally made for the Atari 8-bit computers, programmed by Greg Christensen and published by Atari Program Exchange (APX) in 1981. It became the best selling APX title of all time, eventually being released by Atari in game cartridge format. The game was developed to a prototype stage for the Atari 2600, but wasn't released on the console. Said prototype would show up as one of the games present on the Atari Flashback 2, a plug-and-play 2600-style device containing 42 built-in games and from there found its way into Homebrew release for the...

Chetiry

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2012

The Soviet Union is crumbling, and so the most brilliant scientific minds have hatched a final master plan of world domination to save the republic. Their plan is the construction of a gigantic infernal machine, superior to all other weaponry. For the plan to succeed, vast quantities of steel beams are required. But the proletariat have become drunk on the smell of freedom and will only produce small twisted shapes of metal. Your job is to combine these feeble parts into large sturdy beams, so that the diabolical plan can be realized. Chetiry is a new puzzle game for the Atari 2600 console....

Chunkout 2600

Chunkout 2600

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2009

In Chunkout, you take on the dangerous role of Commander Brock Starblaze as he attacks the defenses of the legendary Xotec homeworld. Using your precision Atari Joystick, you will help him guide the CX-40 Voidstar's Photon Laser Device to take apart the Xotec Pulsar fields particle by particle. It won't be easy. The Pulsar fields get harder the farther in you go. Your Z2PA Advanced Calculation Computer will show you a view of the Pulsar field at the atomic level. Each block is a single particle in the overall field. Particles come in several colors, and these tend to be grouped into larger...

Climber 5

Climber 5

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2004

Climber 5 is a port by Dennis Debro of an Atari 8-bit computer game that originally appeared in COMPUTE! magazine back in 1987. In Climber you play the role of a baseball player. The baseball has been hit to the upper rafters of a building under construction. Your job is to climb the ladders and retrieve the ball. Of course, there are obstacles along the way that you need to avoid or you lose a life and must start over at the bottom right corner. Once you successfully retrieve the ball, the level changes and becomes more difficult. You can view a screenshot from the original Atari 8-bit...

Colony 7

Colony 7

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2017

Colony 7 is an arcade shoot 'em up published by Taito in 1981. It contains elements of both Taito's own Space Invaders and Atari's Missile Command. Colony 7 was the inspiration for the successful Atari 2600 game Atlantis from Imagic.

Conquest of Mars

Conquest of Mars

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2006

In the year 4014, the planet Earth and the planet Mars are locked in a century-long war. The Martians have devised a plan to destroy Earth using a power from their latest weapon: the Destructo-Bomb!! The Martian forces have managed to construct five bombs and have placed them deep inside the Martian caverns, awaiting the final command from their leader to attack!!! Do you have the skill to navigate to the depths of the Martian caverns, activate the Destructo-Bombs and escape before they explode? Good Luck!

Crazy Balloon

Crazy Balloon

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2005

Crazy Balloon is a game of strategy and skill. The object is to maneuver a delicate balloon to safety through mazes filled with dangerous obstacles.

Crazy Brix

Crazy Brix

Atari 7800 - Homebrew

Break through 32 levels of Brix that will challenge and frustrate you. You start the game with three Deflectors and lose one each time you allow both balls to escape off the bottom of the screen. Keep both in play for as long as possible to rack up the big points!

Crazy Otto

Atari 7800 - Homebrew - 2013

Crazy Otto was developed as an enhancement kit for Pac-man cabinets by General Computer Corporation (GCC). GCC also created an upgrade kit for Missile Command titled Super Missile Command, for which they were sued by Atari, but the suit was dropped and the two companies entered into a business arrangement. GCC went on to develop the arcade games Fight and Quantum for Atari, as well as games for the Atari 2600, 5200 and 7800 game consoles. As a drop-in upgrade for Pac-Man, Crazy Otto brought many changes to the game, although basic gameplay remained the same. Most notable is the main...

Crazy Valet

Crazy Valet

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2000

Programmed and published by one Brian Prescott, Crazy Valet is a puzzle game where the objective is to remove your car from a crowded parking lot, but in order to do so you need to first move cars that are in your way. Featuring 80 unique and challenging levels.

Dark Mage

Dark Mage

Atari 2600 - Homebrew

In Dark Mage, you play the role of a jester banished from your kingdom and your goal is to find and return the king's black rose. As in most text adventures you explore the game world by moving through the four compass directions, find and use items and talk with characters you encounter along the way. This is all accomplished with relative ease through the use of the joystick controller, there's no typing here!

Deepstone Catacomb

Deepstone Catacomb

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2021

Deepstone Catacomb is a dungeon exploration game. The evil Dark Lord Kram, along with his army of Undead Soldiers and three ferocious Dragons, has kidnapped Princess Robyn and caged her twenty-six floors down into the very dark underworld of the Catacomb. You must rescue the Princess and defeat the Dark Lord. In each level, your goal is to explore the entire floor, clear the many rooms and corridors of enemies, collect the items left behind, and find the ladder down to the next level. You cannot go back up once you have gone down. You must defeat the three Dragons and the Dark Lord...

Defender Arcade

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2006

Defender Arcade is a significantly improved version the original Defender produced by Atari. This version is actually based on Atari's later release of Stargate, which was a far better effort than Defender. Talented homebrew author Bob DeCrescenzo made many changes to the game to bring Defender fans a 2600 version that is much truer to the arcade classic compared to Atari's initial release of the game.

Defender of the Crown

Defender of the Crown

Atari Jaguar - Homebrew - November 19, 2018

Defender of the Crown puts the player in the role of one of four Saxon knights in medieval England, in a time where the land is in turmoil as the King is dead and his crown was stolen. The Saxons and the Normans blame each other and fight for control of England. After a short introduction by Robin of Locksley himself, the game starts with a single castle and 10 soldiers at your command. From there, you have to build your army, take control of additional territories and fight and defeat the three Norman lords - and sometimes your Saxon friends as well. In addition to the basic 'build your...

Downfall

Downfall

Atari Jaguar - Homebrew - 2011

The object of Downfall is to guide your character through a never-ending chasm on a series of platforms, carefully avoiding rising above or dropping below the area of the screen.

Downfall +

Atari Jaguar - Homebrew - 2014

Draconian

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2014

Draconian is a space shooter that is heavily inspired by the 1981 Namco arcade classic Bosconian. This game was developed by Darrel Spice, Jr. and published by AtariAge in 2014.

Dragon's Cache

Atari 7800 - Homebrew - 2021

And so the day came when the Dragon of Embers, born of fire and stone, faced against the Dragon of Storms, scion of the wind and seas. Both had discovered the same cache of unclaimed treasure, its origins forgotten to time. Monarchs among their kind, with greed to match their power, the conflict would promise to be an epic one...both had mastered their elements, but they also knew that for all their might, their practice in the Game of Crystals would determine the victor. For when dragons battle over a hoard, these fearsome beasts will not rely on strength, but rather on skill and subtlety...

Duck Attack!

Duck Attack!

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2010

Duck Attack! is an action-adventure video game developed for the Atari 2600 video game console. It was created by Will Nicholes and released by AtariAge in July 2010 at the Classic Gaming Expo in Las Vegas. A mad scientist has created mutant, fire-breathing ducks that lay radioactive plutonium eggs. The player must collect the eggs to prevent the scientist from using them to build a doomsday device, while avoiding the ducks and other obstacles.

Dungeon II: Solstice

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2019

Winter Solstice. The shortest day of the year. The symbolic death and rebirth of nature. This year however, something sinister has occurred. The Crow, a mysterious race of half-man, half-bird necromancers has stolen the sacred bough of mistletoe from the ancient stone triangle. It is the mystic key to keeping nature in balance. Without it there will be no new dawn and the world will remain in darkness, thus amplifying the power of the Crow.

Dungeon Stalker

Atari 7800 - Homebrew

Everyone knows "The Dungeon," the last subterranean vestige of a long collapsed and long forgotten castle. The children of your village have always loved to scare each other with songs of skeletal warriors, a thousand years dead, that stalk its silent corridors. As children become adults and traditions grow, it has become the custom for boys on the verge of manhood to prove their worth, venturing into the darkness to retrieve some small trinket. Usually it's just a few old coins picked up near the entrance, along with a hastily concocted story of bravery and derring-do. As your...

Encaved

Encaved

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2007

Darkness. Your head aches. Where are you? What happened to you? Then you remember the steady beep of a technical device. You start groping for the source of the tone and find a PDA laying near your legs. You grab it and watch its display. You stare at the screen and can't tell what the numbers stand for. You stand up and move a step to the right and come to know that the small dot on the screen represents your position. You continue walking, but a wall abruptly stops your movement. You are in a giant maze and the PDA screen shows the map of this big dark surrounding! While examining the...

Epic Adventure

Atari 2600 - 2012

After many years of peace, the nightmares recapture your mind. Vivid visions of death and chaos across the realm soon haunt your waking thoughts. You start to wonder if the crafting of evil is at work. Rumors of beast sightings have begun to weave their way in from the villages. Villagers say that Orcs, Trolls, and a frightful winged creature have overrun the outlying regions, and that an "allseeing eye" controls these fiends. Many have been sent to investigate these rumors, but none have returned. It's been many months since the Chalice disappeared-though only taken by common thieves,...

Escape 2042: The Truth Defenders

Escape 2042: The Truth Defenders

Atari Jaguar - Homebrew - October 20, 2017

Discover a futuristic fast-paced platformer game in pixel art. The game takes place in three different environments (prison, desert, forest) and is interspersed with 2 mini-games, including a reversed “Shoot’em Up” and an original rappelling game! Avoid the security cameras, collect grenades to get rid of your enemies, exercise your working memory by hacking the computers of the prison to unlock the doors or to disactivate the safety systems.

Evil Magician Returns II

Evil Magician Returns II

Atari 2600 - Homebrew

The Adventure Continues! On your first Adventure, you slayed the Evil Magician's three dragons and rescued the Enchanted Chalice, bringing peace to your Kingdom. Enraged, the Evil Magician has reclaimed the chalice and vowed to avenge the loss of his beloved dragons. Joining the pursuit is his vile apprentice, and it’s also rumored that he has created an even more hideous creature to guard the chalice this time around. As in your last Adventure, the object of the game is to recapture the Enchanted Chalice and return it to the Gold Castle walls. Once again, this will not be an easy quest....

FailSafe

FailSafe

Atari 7800 - Homebrew - 2009

The War Continues... After the successful elimination of the terrorists and their missile silo complexes, we have heard through various sources that they have relocated, and have doubled their security! Once again you must invade enemy territory and prevent the missile launching aimed at Washington D.C. and stop the terrorists once and for all! In FailSafe you must make your way through five different terrains in search of the Depot where you will pick up Fail-Safe clues. One letter in the code, in its correct position, appears in the center of your fuel gauge. The sixth terrain...

Fall Down

Fall Down

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2005

Fall Down pits the ever-opposed forces of RED and BLUE* against each other in an ultimate battle to capture scrolling platforms! The first player to fall past a platform captures it and scores a point. Taking time to collect power-ups can give some advantage, but taking too long only results in death at the top of the screen. Watch out, because as you progress, the platforms slowly accelerate! Fall Down includes both two-player and single-player modes against a highly effective computer opponent. Game modes include: Human vs. AI Human vs. AI, easy mode Human vs. AI, pass-by mode Human...

Fantasy World Dizzy

Fantasy World Dizzy

Atari Jaguar - Homebrew - 2019

Dizzy & Daisy strolled through the enchanted forest without a care in the world... But suddenly the Evil King's trolls seized poor Daisy! She was sent to the Wizards Weird's Tallest Tower, while Dizzy was dragged away and thrown into the deepest, darkest, dankest of the King's Dungeons in the bowels of Fantasy World. Dizzy was frightened! Who knew what fate awaited him...and he still hadn't done this week's homework! But then he remembered that he had a fresh green apple that he had planned to give to his teacher to escape detention, and he cheered up. And there was some bread and...

Flappy

Flappy

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2014

Flappy is a homebrewed demake of Flappy Bird for the Atari 2600/VCS. It was developed in 2014 by Michael Hass and published by AtariAge.

Frenzy

Frenzy

Atari 7800 - Homebrew - 2013

Trapped in a bizarre, alien high-tech structure and surrounded by robots, your Humanoid moves from cell to cell as you face a band of deadly mechanical monsters. Odd marching skeletons clunk toward you. Robotic tanks trundle into position. Face your enemy and fire, or be doomed by their fatal touch! Eliminate all automatons and proceed to the next assembly. Stay alert! Your enemies now fire deadly blasts. In Berzerk, all walls absorb shots from you or the robots. In Frenzy, some cell walls ricochet the blasts--both yours and the robots--so watch where you fire! Worst of all is Evil Otto,...

Froggie

Froggie

Atari 7800 - Homebrew - 2016

Funky Fish

Funky Fish

Atari 2600 - Unreleased - 1983

Monsters have taken over the ocean and enlisted the creatures of the sea as their guardians. You are FUNKY FISH, and it's up to you to rid the waters of the armies of evil! Shoot small enemies with your bubble cannon to turn them into fruit, then steal the monster's energy! But don't get too confident, the next wave is faster and nestled amid an ocean bed of obstacles! One wrong move and you're sunk! Are you fish enough to save the ocean? Funky Fish is a port of the 1981 arcade game by Sun Electronics. It was programmed by UA Ltd., the same company that programmed all the games for the...

Galagon

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2019

Galagon brings the hit arcade game to the Atari 2600! Champ Games continues their excellent track record of bringing remarkable arcade ports to the Atari 2600. Their previous titles include Wizard of Wor Arcade, Mappy, Super Cobra Arcade, Scramble, Lady Bug, and Conquest of Mars. Galagon features one and two player modes (including two-player co-op and challenge modes), several skill levels, the ability to enable auto-fire independently for each player, pause functionality, AtariVox support to save high scores, and QuadTari support to allow two-players and AtariVox use at the same time.

Gate Racer

Gate Racer

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2013

Gate Racer II

Atari 2600 - Homebrew

Gingerbread Man

Gingerbread Man

Atari 2600

Unrefined sugar, flour, ginger and heat have combined magically to produce consciousness and mobility in a delicious culinary confection. You, a Gingerbread Man, find yourself baking in a gas-fired oven, and you must find a way out! Gingerbread Man is based loosely on the popular children’s story of the same name. And although this game is appropriate for children, it’s not child’s play! In Gingerbread Man you must fight your way through 20 levels consisting of five unique game-play screens, facing a variety of obstacles and challenges in order to survive! In the first level you begin in a...

Grandma's Revenge

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2007

You've probably heard about the incident where Grandma had a run-in with a reindeer many a Christmas ago. Well, it's not a legend, and now that Gramdma's out of the hospital she wants her revenge! No sooner than she was able to rise out of her wheelchair, she made her way to the parking lot, stole the fastest vehicle she laid her eyes on, and as she sped off was heard muttering, "I'll have my revenge you red-nosed varmit!"

Gunfight

Gunfight

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2001

It's shoot-out time and you've got to be faster than your opponent or the computer. Move, dodge, or hide behind a covered wagon or cactus. But whatever you do, don't waste your time because your opponent is shooting back. Take your position, aim, and fire before he gets you... Gunfight is the first release from Manuel Rotschkar and is heavily inspired by the 1975 Midway arcade game Gun Fight. Gunfight features eight-way movement with the following gameplay modes: Standard Duel: The first player to score 7 points wins Sixshooter Duel: The first player to score 7 points wins Escape...

Halo 2600

Halo 2600

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - July 31, 2010

The year is 2552. Planet Earth still exists, but overpopulation has forced many of her former residents to colonize other worlds. After contact with an outer colony was lost, a battlegroup was sent to investigate and was almost completely destroyed; only one badly damaged ship returned to tell of a seemingly unstoppable alien warship that had effortlessly annihilated their forces. This was humankind's first encounter with a group of aliens they eventually came to know as the Covenant, a collective of alien races bent on wiping out humanity. A desperate plan is set in motion: board a...

Incoming

Incoming

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2010

In a world wracked with internecine tanks-falling-out-of-the-sky-in-the-desert warfare, you are the elitest of the elite, the crackest of the crack, the creamiest of the crop. Inexplicably falling yet again onto a mountainside undamaged, you open the hatch of your main battle tank to look out on the serene desert landscape turned warzone. As the early morning sun glints off the barrel, you begin to wonder whether it's all worth it...whether it will ever end...and whether you will ever see your family again. Suddenly the stillness of the morning is shattered by a shrill whistling sound from...

Jeff Minter Classics

Jeff Minter Classics

Atari Jaguar - Homebrew

Jeff Minter Classics: For the first time on the Atari Jaguar, experience Jeff Minter's classic games "Llamatron 2112" and "Revenge of the Mutant Camels". Both games have been brought to the platform with the full blessing of Jeff Minter himself and are contained on a single cartridge. Llamatron 2112: You play the part of a totally hard laser-spitting llama. Your mission is to collect all the tiny sheep, llamas, camels and goats you see on each wave. Standing in your way are great herds of unintelligent but numerous Grunt enemies, plus a veritable menagerie of nasty creeps which fire at...

Jr. Pac-Man

Jr. Pac-Man

Atari 7800 - Homebrew - 2009

I may be young, but I'm no baby! I'm a star just like my folks, Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man. And I've got twice their energy! Come play with me! We'll race around giant playgrounds. We'll chase down magic candy and run from ghostly bullies who'll tickle me to death if they catch me. My playgrounds are full of challenging mazes with corners and alleys to hide in. I run faster than a speeding roller skate, ducking behind barriers, dodging those mean bullies. I can even race from one side of a playground to the other. That's a lot of ground to cover! But I've got to play a lot...

Juno First

Juno First

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2009

There is no one left. No attack fleet. No reinforcements. Just you and a handful of reserve ships. Enemy forces are threatening the Juno colony--Earth's last defense post. You must fend off wave after wave of enemy ships, skimming dangerously above the planet's force field. How long can you hold them off? You must persevere--whoever controls Earth, must take Juno first! This is the Final War - the Last Battle. Transcending time and space, the outcome determines the fate of our Earth! Juno First is an Atari 2600 version of the 1983 Konami arcade game of the same name. The objective of the...

K.C. Munchkin

K.C. Munchkin

Atari 7800 - Homebrew - 2014

K.C. Munchkin is an Atari 7800 port of one of the better known games on the Odyssey 2 console. K.C. Munchkin is a maze game similar to Pac-Man, in which you must navigate your Munchkin through a maze to eat all twelve Munchies, all while evading the Munchers. If you eat the special Munchie (which flashes different colors), the Munchers turn purple, allowing you to eat them. K.C. Munchkin was released for the Odyssey 2 a year before Atari was able to release Pac-Man for the 2600. However, Atari had the exclusive home console rights to Pac-Man and sued Philips to force them to cease...

Klax

Klax

Atari 7800 - Homebrew - January 1, 2002

Klax was one of those titles finished by Atari for the 7800, but never commercially released. Lee Krueger of ResQsoft Productions is selling copies of Klax, complete with a box, manual, and supplement which includes an exclusive interview the programmer, tips and tricks about Klax and his other Atari creations.

Klax

Klax

Atari 5200 - Homebrew - 2003

Klax features a conveyor belt at the top of the screen. It constantly rolls toward the playing area, delivering a steady supply of blocks. The player controls a small device which sits at the interface between the conveyor belt and the playing area, and can be moved left and right to catch the blocks and either deposit them in the playing area or push them back up the conveyor belt. The device can hold up to five blocks. A block which is not caught and placed in the playing area or pushed back up the belt is considered a drop. The blocks are solid colours, but there is also a flashing block...

Koffi: Yellow Kopter

Koffi: Yellow Kopter

Atari 5200 - Homebrew - February 24, 2003

Koffi is a little kopter so when the emergencies came, the big kopters wouldn't let him go. But now he has heard that Pyro the thundercloud is using lightning to start fires in the forest. The fire needs to be put out, the animals need saving. Koffi wasn't allowed to help the big kopters but he can't just ignore this until they return. You, as Koffi, must gather water from the raindrops or snowflakes and destroy Pyro. You destroy him by bumping into him but watch out for his lightning. After Pyro is gone, you must hover close to the fire then press your button to release water to put out. If...

L.E.M.

L.E.M.

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - March 14, 2010

In the 1960s the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) launched the Apollo program with the goal of landing a man on the Moon before the end of the decade. This goal was first accomplished during the Apollo 11 mission on July 20, 1969 when astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed, while Michael Collins remained in lunar orbit. The L.E.M. (Lunar Excursion Module) was the lander portion of the Apollo spacecraft and was built by Grumman. Along with the Command Module, the L.E.M. was launched into space atop a Saturn V rocket. In space, the two craft docked...

Last Strike

Last Strike

Atari Jaguar - Homebrew - 2018

Last Strike is a fun shooter with both horizontal and vertical scrolling levels. You must defeat the enemies you encounter while traversing each level, rescuing any stranded humans you encounter along the way. And you'll want to rescue the humans, as you earn credits that you can later use in the shop to upgrade your ship! Some of the upgrades include the Megabomb, Twin Shot, Rear Shot, Shield, Extra Life, and Speedup. At the end of each level, you'll encounter an enemy boss that you must destroy in order to proceed to the next level!

Magical Fairy Force

Atari 5200 - Homebrew

Fairy Land is in Trouble! Welcome to beautiful Fairy Land, a peaceful place ruled by the wise and just Queen Sugar. Everything was perfect here until one day, the evil appeared. It was small at first. Things started to go missing, people stopped trusting each other. Then the people started to vanish! Entire towns in the farther reaches of the land were wiped out. What was going on? It didn't take long for Queen Sugar's worst fears to be confirmed. On a small island to the northeast of Fairy Land a dark fortress had been erected, and the flag that flew over its walls was known to the...

Mappy

Mappy

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2018

“Cat burglars” are nothing new, but these burglars are actual cats! Having perpetrated a rash of thefts, they’ve stashed their loot in a series of abandoned mansions. You’re Mappy – the city's finest police officer – and you've been chosen to crack the case! Unfortunately, you’re also a mouse... and you’re outnumbered. This is not going to be easy! Your mission is to infiltrate the cat burglars’ lairs and retrieve the stolen loot. You won’t be able to apprehend the cats, but you can stun them by slamming doors on them and turning their own booby-traps against them. But don’t let them catch...

Meteor Shower

Meteor Shower

Atari 7800 - Homebrew - 2011

Meteors are falling to Earth! Defend Earth's surface by blasting away at the falling rocks... But beware! Alien forces have learned what was happening and are taking advantage of our vulnerability to attack us!

Moon Cresta

Moon Cresta

Atari 7800 - Homebrew - 2011

The classic arcade game Moon Cresta has now made its way to the Atari 7800! Each round consists of ten waves of aliens, and two sets of docking sequences (provided you have a ship left to dock with). Every two waves of aliens have different entrance sequences, attack sequences, and point values. After you eliminate the first four waves of aliens, if you have any ships in reserve you will be given an opportunity to dock with your next ship. Successfully docking gives you increased firepower, but also gives the aliens a bigger target to aim for. You are given another chance to dock...

Omicron

Omicron

Atari 2600 - Homebrew

A team of four agents, each a specialist in one of the four elements - water, fire, air and earth - have been miniaturized to microscopic size in order to investigate a mysterious new virus that appears to be of alien origin. The virus mutates rapidly, mimicking each of the four elements. But something went horribly wrong, and contact with the team was lost. Now the virus threatens to grow out-of-control. You are the last hope to stop it. Having been miniaturized yourself, you now board the Omicron - a microscopic vessel designed specifically to counter the alien virus and stop it from...

Pac-Man 4K

Pac-Man 4K

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2008

The DEFINITIVE home version of the arcade classic! Gobble your way through the maze of Pac-Land, chomping on dots and avoiding the four hungry monsters, Blinky, Pinky, Inky and Clyde. But if you can manage to eat an energizer, turn the tables on those monsters by feasting on them for bonus points! Dennis Debro sought to create an adaptation of Pac-Man more faithful than Atari's 1982 version for the VCS. Utilizing the same 4K memory limit as the original, Dennis' game is a feat of programming that finally brings Pac-Man to the Atari 2600 as it was intended. Improvements over Atari's...

Pac-Man Collection

Pac-Man Collection

Atari 7800 - Homebrew - 2006

Pac-Man Collection is a round-up of the various official (and some not so official) releases of one of the most popular games in history. Now we can finally fill a void that was missing from the 7800 library for two decades. Within this game cartridge you will find: Pac-Man (The Original!) Puck Man (Same game, more difficult maze) Hangly Man (Empty Mazes? Vertical Tunnels? Invisible Mazes?) Ultra Pac-Man (6 New Mazes for a new variety) Random Mazes* (You just never know which maze will appear next!) Ms. Pac-Man (The second installment of the Pac-Family) Ms. Pac-Attack...

Panky the Panda

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2010

As Panky the Panda, you must rescue your brother from the poacher's cave. But it will not be easy! The poacher's lair is packed with various minions as well as secret rooms disguised as unassuming walls, so stay on the lookout! Depending on the amount of keys and special items in his inventory, Panky can move through over 120 danger-filled screens. While exploring the caves, stay alert, as there are many dangers that can put a quick end to your brother's rescue! These include bats, cave pigs, duck goons, fireballs, spiked platforms, and more! And also be careful not to fall to your death as...

Pinata

Pinata

Atari 2600 - Homebrew

Compilation of Five games, including arcade, action, and adventure: Heartbreak, Ping, Joyride, Fix-It Felix Sr., and Flipside. Hard modes for each game, set with left difficulty switch. Multiplayer modes for Joyride and Flipside, set with right difficulty switch. Driving controller support for Heartbreak. Full AtariVox save support for all games. Support for resetting high scores (hold reset and press joystick fire while on the title menu). Colorful game selection and credits screens. Ability to exit to title screen from games without toggling power switch (flip select and...

Plague

Plague

Atari 2600 - Homebrew

In Plague you are the famous and misunderstood plague doctor of the middle ages, collecting herbs and at the end, duel a battle with Death itself. Since the initial release earlier this month, this is the third update so far. Jump… run… and protect!

Rainbow Invaders

Rainbow Invaders

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2006

It's the year 3006, and the evil “Rainbow Invaders” from the planet “Pacco”, are headed to Earth! They look like the ridiculous aliens depicted in 1980’s arcade games, but are extremely dangerous and their goal is to exterminate all humans! You command a fleet of spaceships and you must defeat all of the Invaders to save Earth! Good luck! Rainbow Invaders is a new Space Invaders style game for the Atari 2600 from Italian developer Silvio Mogno. While many games of this nature have been released for the 2600 (to say nothing of the countless Space Invaders hacks), Silvio's game adds a breath...

Ratcatcher

Atari 5200 - Homebrew

The city sewer needs a cleaning! Rats have infested the city’s sewer system! Biff, Buzz, and Pork-Chop have been hired by the mayor to deal with the problem, but the sewers are a dangerous place! Nasty alligators prowl the pipes, choking gas drifts about, charges of ball lightning spark up in the darkness, and mysterious sewer gremlins love to play pranks! The water system has been diverted to a back-up tank, but if the pressure gets too high the tank will discharge a dangerous flow of water. Can the ratcatchers use this water to their advantage, or will it ruin their day when it...

RealSports Curling

Atari 5200 - Homebrew - 2018

It's the final shot of the 10th end, and as the skip of the national team, you've called a great game. The problem is that your opponents have called a better one. You're down by one point, and they've got two scoring rocks, but your best rock is third. Do you take the safe draw around the left side and force a tie, turning over the hammer to your opponents in the extra end? Or do you go for the risky double-takeout and hope to stick the shooter, winning the game right here? It's gut-check time and you and your vice exchange only a few words. The decision is made, it's time to win this...

Rebooteroids

Rebooteroids

Atari Jaguar - Homebrew - November 14, 2016

When the "EWS" Hyperspace Test Ship begins to malfunction, you are suddenly dropped into a sea of deadly asteroids without the aid of navigation data. Your weapons and hyperdrive systems still work, but all you have now are both your skills and quick reflexes in order to stay alive. UFOs also lurk in the darkest reaches of space and all they want is see you dead, but those who did not have the luck of surviving left weapon packs behind to help those unlucky who are following the very same footsteps that led previous space travelers to their own demise... Rebooteroids is to Asteroids what...

Rip-Off

Rip-Off

Atari 7800 - Homebrew - 2012

Rip-Off is a top-down vector shoot 'em up arcade game released by Cinematronics in 1980 and brought to the Atari 7800 by Robert DeCrescenzo. It is the first shoot 'em up arcade game to feature cooperative gameplay and to exhibit flocking behavior. When you start a new game, your pirate-destroying ship will appear on the right side of the screen. In a two player game, a second pirate-destroying ship will appear on the left side of the screen. Your canisters will be in the center. You must guard your canisters from the pirates who will try to steal them. The pirates can appear from...

Rocket Pod

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - July 2, 2014

The game is explained overall fast and easy. Get your vehicle onto it’s landing base and do not collide with the wall. The game features six levels. After the six levels the game restarts, but the ship movement will be a bit more furious.

Saboteur

Saboteur

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - March 30, 2004

You are Hotot, a cybernetic life form from a serene planet in a distant galaxy. Unfortunately, even in a galaxy far far away not everything is as peaceful as it first seems, for Hotot has discovered an alien missile base hidden on his planet. Manned by strange blue aliens, these evil intruders are using your planet as a launching site for their deadly warhead which is posed to destroy the galaxy's power source. With the help of the birdlike Gorfons, you must destroy the warhead, and prevent the destruction of the galaxy! Good luck Hotot. You are the Saboteur. On the first screen, you are...

Santa Simon

Atari 7800

Santa's workshop elves need a sharp mind if they are to correctly build the millions of toys needed for Christmas every year. With that in mind, Santa has developed a program he calls Santa Simon to help the elves improve their memory. The premise is pretty simple--all you need to do is remember the sequence that the Christmas Tree, Reindeer, Snowman and Santa signal to you and then play back that sequence in the proper order using your joystick controller. How many moves can you memorize before slipping up?

Scramble

Atari 7800 - Homebrew

Scramble is another faithful arcade port brought to the Atari 7800 by Robert DeCrescenzo! Each round consists of five stages and a 'base', or final, stage. Destroy any targets on the ground, or in the air. You can (and should) destroy Rockets, UFOs, Fuel tanks (to give you more fuel), Bonus Items, and the Base itself at the very end. You cannot, however, destroy Meteors and should avoid them at all costs. Each stage within a round challenges the player with a new type of enemy or terrain to maneuver: STAGE 1: Launching rockets STAGE 2: Ufos and caves STAGE 3: Meteors STAGE 4:...

Scramble

Scramble

Atari 2600 - Homebrew

Scramble is based on the classic arcade game of the same name, in which the player must navigate their ship across a side-scrolling terrain through six unique stages. Each stage has its own challenges and obstacles, including ground targets, rockets, fuel tanks, flying saucers and meteors. The player must avoid or destroy these hazards while maintaining the ship's limited fuel supply. The objective is to reach the end stage and destroy the enemy's base while trying to get a high score. How To Play To play Scramble, use the joystick to navigate your ship over the terrain while avoiding...

Seawolf

Seawolf

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - September 10, 2004

This game is inspired by the Brøderbund game Seafox and the Midway coin-op games Sea Wolf and Sea Wolf II, although it is not a direct conversion of any of them. You are a submarine along the bottom of the sea. You must sink ships with your torpedoes. You move your sub left or right with the joystick and launch a torpedo with the button. Try to shoot past the mines as they waste torpedoes and give no points. Try to hit ships, destroyers, enemy subs and PT boats. Try to avoid hitting the white ships as these will cause your torpedoes to rebound back down. You have fifty torpedoes and...

Serpentine

Atari 7800 - Homebrew - 2016

In an age when human beings have become an insignificant part of the landscape, mighty serpents rule the decaying corridors and pathways of our vanishing civilization. You have managed to tame several of the huge beasts to do your bidding, and now ride forth to rid the planet of their slithery cousins. Your serpent is fast, but the evil serpents are big, cunning and hungry. You will need to outwit them to chomp them down to size. An occasional tasty frog added to your serpent's diet will help it grow large enough to take on your foe. But bad snakes need nourishment too, and if they get to...

Sheep It Up!

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - November 4, 2018

Sheep It Up! is an arcade game where a sheep has to climb up by hanging himself to flying velcro straps. Press the button to jump! While in air, you can use left/right to move the sheep. Jump on the velcro straps (i.e the flying black bars) to move higher and higher. The concept is simple, but the game rapidly gets quite challenging: how high can you climb without falling down? Sheep It Up! started jumping up on the Game Boy in 2017. Six months later, the creator of the original Game Boy game, Dr. Ludos, started to remake it for the Atari 2600. So now, you can challenge yourself to make...

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