A compilation of four paddle-controlled games on one cartridge for Atari 2600, bundled with two paddle controllers.
A multi-platform platformer published by Atari.
Two classic Atari 2600 games on one cartridge. Both games were renamed from their original releases.
A previously unreleased game for Atari 2600 from Howard Scott Warshaw.
Assembloids is a matching puzzle game for various retro systems.
A hack of Yars' Revenge to make it into a proper sequel. Initially a homebrew, but later officially released on Atari compilations.
Two Parker Bros. classic Atari games on one cartridge.
Two Xonox games on a single cartridge. Like the rest of Xonox' Double Ender line, it contained one game on each end of the cartridge.
It's man vs. bird in this release from Ultravision.
Aquaventure was an Atari 2600 game that was essentially completed, but never released anywhere except (allegedly) Brazil a few years after it was shelved. Decad...
Long before EA's reign on the football circuit, CBS was working on a multiplatform title with John Madden.
A platform game starring a rabbit who kicks dragons and collects eggs.
A wave based retro shoot 'em up for Nintendo Switch, PC, and Atari 2600.
A scrolling shooter for Atari 2600.
A single-screen platformer for the Atari 2600. It went under many different names, most of which took advantage of its similarity to Donkey Kong.
A squirrel attempts to secure a cache of nuts before a snail can "rub [them] off".
Plate-spinning simulator for Atari 2600.
Players take on an army of teleporting "phantom tanks" hiding throughout a maze.
Players help a teddy bear reunited with his mother after a bad dream.
A maze game starring a duck, for the Atari 2600. Known more for its bizarre box art choices than its actual content.
Two games for Atari 2600 on one cartridge.
A sci-fi shoot-'em-up from Froggo Games.
In Sea Hunt, players dive for hidden treasure whilst avoiding becoming lunch for a shark.
Space Tunnel is an action game developed by Bit Corp. and released on Atari 2600
A game starring Donald Duck that was intended for release in US and Europe for the Atari 2600, but only came out in Brazil.
HES collects four Activision games plus Frogger onto one cartridge for Atari 2600.
Four Activision games on one Atari 2600 cartridge, from HES
Four sporting games from Activision game on one cartridge.
Three Activision games on one Atari 2600 cartridge, bundled with a copy of River Raid.
Avalon Hill published this 3D Breakout-style game for the Atari 2600 in 1983.
A single-screen shoot'em up written by Mark Turmell and published for various 8-bit platforms.
Conquest of Mars is a homebrew clone of the Atari 8-bit release, Caverns of Mars.
Help Moses get across the parted Red Sea in this rare Bible-themed mail-order Atari game!
Trashmania Remix 2012 is a sequel to the 2009 Atari 2600 homebrew game.
Trashmania is a homebrew Atari 2600 game about rubbish disposal.
Space-shooter for the Atari 2600. PAL only.
The Xonox Double-ender is a unique cartridge with the ability to flip the side and play the second game.
Space Raid is a homebrew game for Atari 2600 and Intellivision
Defend a picnic from the evil insects in this Atari 2600 game by Suntek.
Space Shooter for the Atari 2600. Made by Suntek in Taiwan and PAL only.
In Fortress, players build castles and attempt to control more territory than their opponent.
Street Rash is a homebrew fighting game exclusively for Atari 2600.
Chomperman is a maze game that involves dodging living mushrooms and eating various items. It is a remake of the 2005 title of the same name.
A simple puzzle game for the Atari 2600
An Atari 2600 shooting game.
Homebrew sequel to the 2600 classic, that was included later on official Atari compilations such as Atari Flashback 2 and Atari's Greatest Hits.
Stone Smash is a freeware Breakout clone released for Windows PCs in 2005. Ports to other platforms would start releasing in 2013.
A game that contains mini-games.
A rare game made by an unknown company for the Atari 2600. It is an adventure game.
A new game by AtariAge. Players have to collect seaweed whilst avoiding hazards.
An Atari 2600 game released in July 2010 by Will Nicholes. One of four new Atari 2600 games that came out at the Classic Gaming Expo in Las Vegas.
published 1983 by ITT Family Games for the Atari 2600
released 1983 by ITT Family Games
Games compilation for Atari 2600 and Atari 7800, only released in PAL regions.
Classic Atari 2600 game. A horizontal shooter.
An arcade smurfs game for the Atari 2600.
A Berenstain Bears Atari VCS Voice Module game. Teaches about numbers.
A Smurfs game for the Atari VCS Voice Module. Teaches about colors.
A Smurfs game for the Atari VCS Voice Module. Teaches about shapes.
A Smurfs game for the Atari VCS Voice Module. Teaches about music.
Technical tool for the Atari 2600
Completely unrelated to Nintendo's well-known franchise, Star Fox is an Atari 2600 game released in 1983.
Off Your Rocker is a memory game developed by Amiga, Inc.
Atari 2600 game, with levels similar to Combat.
27 games in one cartridge.
An Atari 2600 game where players try to avoid getting hit by coconuts that are being thrown by a monkey.
This demo for the Atari 2600 was created by Activision in 1982 as a response to Atari's accusation that Activision programmers "stole" the "venetian blinds" pro...
An unfinished Atari 2600 game that was later released as part of various Atari game collections and Microsoft's Game Room.
A racing game released in 1988. Despite the misleading title, this is a game about car racing, not sprinting.
A previously unreleased game developed in 1983, Kabobber later appeared in Game Room on the Xbox Live Arcade.
Star Voyager is a space combat game for the Atari 2600 released in 1982. Developed and published by Imagic.
A European only 2600 release somewhat similar to Donkey Kong.
Football game developed by Mattel Electronics for the Atari 2600.
An Atari 2600 game where you help the Band Journey escape from Groupies, Sneaky Photographers and Sketchy Promoters to reach the safety of the Van. You have all...
Developed and published in 1983 by Mythicon, Inc., Sorcerer is an action adventure game for the Atari 2600.
Ed Fries and Mike Mika produced this totally unofficial Halo-themed Atari 2600 game and gave away 500 free cartridges in July 2010.
A jolly simulator for the Atari 2600 in which two ghosts play a friendly game of tennis.
A 2600 game that tells a story about the 2600 game 'E.T.'. This is not the game widely believed to bring about the market collapse.
Atari 2600 homebrew which combines the gameplay of Pong and Joust.
An Atari 2600 game similar to Connect 4.
A condensed text adventure based on the popular book.
A game where you collect as much treasure as possible in a dungeon with moving walls.
Place 25 cards in a 5x5 grid trying to get the best poker hands horizontally, vertically, and diagonally.
An Atari 2600 game programmed by John K. Harvey inspired by Brave Fencer Musashi.
4K Atari 2600 programmed for a competition that's unrelated to but inspired by the games of the same name.
A fairly standard Atari 2600 shooter. Unrelated to the INTV game of the same name.
Sync is a puzzle rhythm game programmed by Simone Serra which is a collection of 4 small games.
An Atari 2600 game that allows the user to play music using a unique keyboard controller.
An updated version of Thrust , similar to Gravitar.
An updated version of Thrust with enhanced control options and sound.
An Atari 2600 pong clone. The name means "Vertical Pong".
A game developed in 1984 but unreleased until the designer published it in 2008.
The A-Team was a game designed by Howard Scott Warshaw for the Atari 2600. It was never officially released.
A Sega game for the Atari 2600. Published in 1982.
Major League Baseball became one of the most popular and best selling video game for the Intellivision in 1980. After Mattel Electronics went out of business, ...
One of many space fighting games for the Atari 2600.
Unreleased Atari 2600 Garfield game. Among the things Garfield must go through in this game are flying hamburgers, flowerpots, & tons of Odies.
Gun down TIE Fighters, shoot the tips off of towers, and blow up the Death Star in this vector-graphics Star Wars arcade game.
Save Mary is an Atari 2600 action/adventure game that was in development for several years before getting cancelled in 1990.
The fourth and final game in the SwordQuest series. The game was never released.