BMX Air Master



California Games


Commando Raid

Congo Bongo

Conquest of Mars

Cosmic Ark


Crystal Castles

Dark Chambers


Defender II

Demon Attack

Dig Dug

Dodge 'Em

Donkey Kong

Donkey Kong Jr.

Dragon Fire

Elevator Action

Fire Fighter







Jr. Pac-Man

Jungle Hunt

Mario Bros.

Midnight Magic


Miner 2049er

Miner 2049er II

Missile Command

Montezuma's Revenge

Moon Patrol


Mountain King

Mouse Trap

Mr. Do

Ms. Pac-Man

Omega Race



Pole Position



RealSports Tennis

Roc'n Rope

Solar Fox


Space Invaders

Star Trek

Star Voyager

Star Wars: The Arcade Game

Star Wars: Death Star Battle

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back

Summer Games


Swordquest: Earthworld

Swordquest: Fireworld

Swordquest: Waterworld


Time Pilot

Towering Inferno



Winter Games

Wizard of Wor

Worm War I


Yar's Revenge


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The is a fan page dedicated to the Atari 2600. Many of the most popular 2600 games can be found here. Have fun!

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Summer Games

With summer arriving, it seemed appropriate to show off Summer Games. It was written by Epyx in 1987 and is a conversion of their popular Summer Games computer series. Click here to give it a try!

Atari Commerical from 1981

Yet another Atari commercial. This one is from 1981 and shows a few of some well known Atari 2600 games. See if you can name them (shouldn't be too hard)!

Atari Commerical from 1982

This video is a 2 minute commerical that was shown in movie theaters in 1982. It features Yars' Revenge, Asteroids and Star Raiders. I remember seeing this commerical just before Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan! The commercial was created by Abel and Associates.

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Missile Command
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Battlezone was created by Atari and was programmed by Rob Fulop.

Missile Command was ported to the Atari 2600. The game's instruction manual describes a war between two planets: Zardon (the defending player) and Krytol. The original arcade game contains no reference to these worlds. On level 13, if the player uses all of his or her missiles without scoring any points, at the end of the game the city on the right will turn into "RF" €” the initials of the programmer Rob Fulop. This Easter egg is originally documented in Atari Age (Volume 1, Issue 2) in a letter to the editor by Joseph Nickischer, and is the second one publicly acknowledged by Atari.

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Battlezone was created by Atari and released in 1983.

The year is 1999, and the nations of the earth have declared a world-wide peace plan. But there is a problem with the proposed truce. A council of military commanders has unleashed battalions of automated weapons into the countryside. These aerial fighters, flying saucers, tanks, and supertanks will turn the world into a lifeless landscape unless you can stop them. Luckily, you've discovered an old military tank hidden inside the museum. Use your Joystick to steer the tank as you search for enemy automatons. Since your electronic periscope only gives you a front view from the tank, you'll have to rely heavily on your radar screen to detect the enemy. If you see a blip on the radar, you need to move fast! Use your Joystick to turn your tank until the enemy appears on the screen; press the red controller button to fire your turret gun.

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Seaquest was published by Activision in 1983 and was created by Steve Cartwright.

Seaquest is a submarine combat game in which the player controls a water vessel and must avoid, collect, or destroy various objects at different levels of depth. The player must pick up divers under water and must get air from the surface before the air meter drains out.

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Adventure was published by Atari in 1979 and was created by Warren Robinett

The player's goal is simply to find the enchanted chalice and return it to the gold castle. The player character, represented by a square, explores a multi-screen landscape containing castles, mazes, and various rooms. Hidden throughout the world are a sword, keys to unlock each of the three castles (gold, black, and white), a magic bridge which allows the player to travel through a wall, and a magnet which will pull any of these objects toward it.

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Conquest of Mars
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Conquest of Mars is an original Atari 2600 homebrew game published by AtariAge:

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 the 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, active the Destructo-Bombs, and escape before they explode? Good Luck!

Conquest of Mars is an accurate translation to the Atari 2600 of a popular Atari 8-bit computer title. Destroy the Martian rebellion by descending through the six caverns of Mars to activate the main energy reactors and escape to the surface before they blow up! Do you have the skill and quick reflexes required to descend into the Martian depths without being annihilated? And once you reach the bottom, can you make it out alive?

Features: * 1 or 2 Players * 4 Skill Levels * Pause Feature * Uses joystick controller * Hi-Score * 6 Different Stages * 6 Caverns

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