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Atari 2600 games list

24 JAN
2013

strikethrough = Games I have
   = Games I don't have

Total list of games from: http://cinemassacre.com/2007/09/04/atari-2600-game-collection-page/

3-D Tic-Tac-Toe (Atari) – 1980
32 in 1 (Atari) – 1988
9 to 5 (20th Century Fox) – Unreleased


A
Acid Drop (Salu Ltd) – 1992
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Mystery (M-Network) – Prototype
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Treasure of Tarmin (M-Network) – Prototype
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons (M-Network)
Adventure (Atari) – 1979
Adventures of Tron (M-Network) – 1982
Airlock (Data Age) – 1982

Air Raid (MenAVision)
Air Raiders (M-Network) – 1982
Air-Sea Battle (Atari) – 1977
Alien (20th Century Fox) – 1982
Alien’s Return (Home Vision) – 1983
Alpha Beam with Ernie (Atari) – 1983
Amidar (Parker Brothers) – 1982
Anteater (M-Network) – Prototype
Arcade Pinball (Sears)
Armor Ambush (M-Network) – 1982
Artillery Duel/Chuck Norris Superkicks (Xonox) – 1983
Artillery Duel/Ghost Manor (Xonox) – 1983
Artillery Duel/Spike’s Peak (Xonox) – 1983
Artillery Duel (Xonox) – 1983
Assault (Bomb) – 1983
Asterix (PAL) (Atari) – 1983
Asteroids (Atari) – 1981
Astroblast (M-Network) – 1982
Atari Video Cube (Atari)
Atlantis (Imagic) – 1982
Atlantis II (Imagic) – 1982


B
BMX Airmaster (TNT Games) – 1989
Bachelor Party (Mystique) – 1983
Bachelorette Party (Mystique) – 1983
Backgammon (Atari) – 1979
Bank Heist (20th Century Fox) – 1983

Bank Heist (Action Hi-Tech)
Barnstorming (Activision) – 1982
Basic Math (Atari) – 1977
Basic Programming (Atari) – 1979
Basketball (Atari) – 1978
Battlezone (Atari) – 1983
Beamrider (Activision) – 1984

Beany Bopper (20th Century Fox) – 1982
Beat Em and Eat Em (Mystique) – 1983
Bermuda Triangle (Data Age) – 1982
Berzerk (Atari) – 1982
Big Bird’s Egg Catch (Atari) – 1983
Blackjack (Atari) – 1977
Blue Print (CBS Electronics) – 1982

Bobby Is Going Home (Bit Corporation) – 1983
Boing! (First Star Software) – 1983
Bowling (Atari) – 1979
Boxing (Activision) – 1980
Brain Games (Atari) – 1978
Breakaway IV (Sears)
Breakout (Atari) – 1978
Bridge (Activision) – 1981
Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom (Sega) – 1983
Bugs (Data Age) – 1982
Bugs Bunny (Atari) – Prototype
Bump ‘n’ Jump (M-Network) – 1983

Bumper Bash (Spectravision) – 1983
Burgertime (M-Network) – 1983
Burning Desire (Playaround) – 1983
Busy Police (Zellers) – 1983


C
Cakewalk (Commavid) – 1983
Canyon Bomber (Atari) – 1978
California Games (Epyx) – 1987
Capture (Wasn’t on original list)
Carnival (Coleco) – 1982

Cathouse Blues (Playaround) – 1982
Casino (Atari) – 1978
Centipede (Atari) – 1982

Challenge (Funvision)
Challenge of Nexar (Spectravision) – 1982
Championship Soccer (Atari) – 1980
Chase (Sears)

Chase the Chuck Wagon (Spectravision) – 1983
Checkers (Activision) – 1981
China Syndrome (Spectravision) – 1983
Chopper Command (Activision) – 1982
Chuck Norris Superkicks/Ghost Manor (Xonox) – 1983
Chuck Norris Superkicks/Spike’s Peak (Xonox) – 1983
Chuck Norris Superkicks (Xonox) – 1983
Circus (Sears)
Circus Atari (Atari) – 1980
Coconuts (Telesys) – 1982
Codebreaker (Atari) – 1978
Coke Wins
Combat (Atari) – 1977
Combat Two (Atari) – Prototype
Commando (Activision) – 1988
Commando Raid (US Games) – 1982

Communist Mutants from Space (Cassette) (Starpath) – 1982
Concentration (Atari) – 1978
Condor Attack (Ultravision) – 1983
Congo Bongo (Sega) – 1983
Cookie Monster Munch (Atari) – 1983
Cosmic Ark (Imagic) – 1982

Cosmic Commuter (Activision) – 1985
Cosmic Corridor (Zimag) – 1983
Cosmic Creeps (Telesys) – 1982

Cosmic Swarm (CommaVid) – 1982
Crackpots (Activision) – 1983
Crash Dive (20th Century Fox) – 1983
Crazy Climber (Atari) – 1982
Cross Force (Spectravision) – 1983
Crossbow (Atari) – 1988
Cruise Missile (Froggo) – 1987
Crypts of Chaos (20th Century Fox) – 1982
Crystal Castles (Atari) – 1984
Custer’s Revenge (Mystique) – 1983


D
Dancing Plate (Bit Corporation) – 1982
Dark Cavern (M-Network) – 1982
Dark Chambers (Atari) – 1988
Deadly Discs (Telegames) – 1983
Deadly Duck (20th Century Fox)
Death Trap (Avalon Hill)
Decathlon (Activision) – 1983
Defender (Atari) – 1982
Defender II (Atari) – 1988
Demolition Herby (Telesys) – 1983
Demon Attack (Imagic) – 1982
Demons to Diamonds (Atari) – 1982
Desert Falcon (Atari)
Diagnostic Cartridge (Atari)
Dice Puzzle (Panda Computer Games) – 1983
Dig Dug (Atari) – 1983
Dishaster (Zimag) – 1982
Dodge ‘Em (Atari) – 1980
Dodger Cars (Sears)
Dolphin (Activision) – 1983
Donald Duck’s Speedboat (Atari) – Prototype
Donkey Kong (Coleco) – 1982
Donkey Kong (CBS Electronics)
Donkey Kong Jr (Coleco) – 1983
Double Dragon (Activision) – 1989
Double Dunk (Atari) – 1988

Dragonfire (Imagic) – 1983
Dragonstomper (cassette) (Starpath) – 1982
Dragster (Activision) – 1980
Dumbo’s Flying Circus (Atari) – Prototype


E
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (Atari) – 1982
E.T. PAL? “E.T. Go Come” UFI und sein gefahrlicher Einsatz

Earth Attack (Zellers)
Earth Dies Screaming (20th Century Fox) – 1982
Eggomania (US Games) – 1982
Elevator Action (Prototype) (Atari) – 1983
Eli’s Ladder (Simage) – 1982
Encounter at L-5 (Data Age) – 1982
Enduro (Activision) – 1983
Entombed (US Games) – 1982
Escape From The Mindmaster (Cassette) (Starpath) – 1982
Espial (Tigervision) – 1984
Exocet (Panda Computer Games) – 1983
Exocet Missile (John Sands)


F
Fall Guy (20th Century Fox) – Prototype
Fantastic Voyage (20th Century Fox) – 1982
Fast Eddie (20th Century Fox) – 1982
Fast Food (Telesys) – 1982

Fatal Run (Atari) – 1989
Fathom (Imagic) – 1983
Final Approach (Apollo) – 1982
Fire Fighter (Imagic) – 1982
Fire Fly (Mythicon)

Fireball (cassette) (Starpath)
Fisher Price (CCE)
Fishing Derby (Activision) – 1980
Flag Capture (Atari) – 1978
Flash Gordon (20th Century Fox) – 1983
The Fly (US Games)
Football (Atari) – 1978
Frankenstein’s Monster (Data Age) – 1983
Freeway (Activision) – 1981
Frogger (Parker Brothers) – 1982

Frogger, The Official (cassette) (Starpath) – 1983
Frogger II: Threeedeep! (Parker Brothers) – 1984
Frogs and Flies (M-Network) – 1982
Front Line (Coleco) – 1983
Frostbite (Activision) – 1983

Funky Fish (UA Limited) – Prototype
Fun With Numbers (Atari) – 1978


G
G.I. Joe: Cobra Strike (Parker Brothers) – 1983
Galaxian (Atari) – 1983
Gangster Alley (Spectravision) – 1983

Garfield (Atari) – Prototype
Gas Hog (Spectravision) – 1983
Gauntlet (Answer Software) – 1983
Ghost Manor/Spike’s Peak (Xonox) – 1983
Ghost Manor (Xonox) – 1983
Ghostbusters (Activision) – 1985
Ghostbusters II (Salu) – 1990
Gigolo (Playaround) – 1982
Glacier Patrol (Telegames) – 1983
Glib (Selchow and Righter) – 1983
Golf (Atari) – 1980
Golf (Sears)
Gopher (US Games) – 1982
Gorf (CBS Electronics) – 1982
Grand Prix (Activision) – 1982
Gravitar (Atari) – 1983
Great Escape (Bomb) – 1983
Gremlins (Atari) – 1986
Guardian (Apollo) – 1982
Gunslinger (Sears)
Gyruss (Parker Brothers) – 1983


H
H.E.R.O. (Activision) – 1984
Halloween (Wizard Video) – 1983
Hangman (Atari) – 1978
Harbor Escape (Panda Computer Games) – 1983
Haunted House (Atari) – 1981
Holey Moley (Atari) – Prototype
Home Run (Atari) – 1978
Human Cannonball (Atari) – 1978
Hunt & Score (Atari) – 1978


I
I Want My Mommy (Zimag) – 1982
Ice Hockey (Activision) – 1981
Inca Gold (Zellers)
Ikari Warriors (Atari) – 1990
Immies & Aggies (Zimag/Emag/VidCo) – Prototype
In Search of the Golden Skull (M-Network) – Prototype
Incredible Hulk (Parker Brothers) – Prototype
Indy 500 (Atari) – 1977
Infiltrate (Apollo) – 1982
International Soccer (M-Network) – 1982
Intuition (Tigervision) – Prototype
Ixion (video game) (Sega) – Prototype


J
James Bond 007 (Parker Brothers) – 1983
Jawbreaker (Tigervision) – 1982
Journey Escape (Data Age) – 1982
Joust (Atari) – 1983

Jr. Pac-Man (Atari) – 1987
Jungle Fever (Playaround) – 1982
Jungle Hunt (Atari) – 1983


K
Kaboom! (Activision) – 1981
Kangaroo (Atari) – 1983

Karate (Ultravision) – 1983
Keystone Kapers (Activision) – 1983
Killer Satellites (Cassette) (Starpath) – 1982
King Kong (Tigervision) – 1982
Klax (Atari) – 1990 – Prototype
Knight on the Town (Playaround) – 1982
Kool-Aid Man (M-Network) – 1983
Kreuzfeuer (Spectravision) – Prototype
Krull (Atari) – 1983
Kung-Fu Master (Activision) – 1987

Kyphus (Apollo) – Prototype


L
Lady in Wading (Playaround) – 1982
Laser Blast (Activision) – 1981
Laser Gates (Imagic) – 1983
Laser Volley (Zellers) – 1983
Lochjaw (Apollo) – 1982
Lock ‘N Chase (M-Network) – 1982
Locomotion (M-Network) – Prototype
London Blitz (Avalon Hill) – 1983
Lord of the Rings: Journey to Rivendell (Parker Brothers) – Prototype
Lost Luggage (Apollo)


M
M*A*S*H (20th Century Fox) – 1982
M.A.D. (US Games) – 1982

Magicard (Commavid)
Malagai (Answer Software) – 1983
Mangia’ (Spectravision) – 1983
Marauder (Tigervision) – 1982
Marine Wars (Konami) – 1983
Mario Bros. (Atari) – 1983
Master Builder (Spectravision) – 1983
Masters of the Universe: The Power of He-Man (M-Network) – 1983
Math (Sears)
Math Gran Prix (Atari) – 1982
Maze (Sears)
Maze Craze: A Game of Cops and Robbers (Atari) – 1978
Maze Mania (Sears)
McDonald’s (Parker Brothers) – Prototype
Megaforce (20th Century Fox) – 1983
Megamania (Activision) – 1982
Meltdown (20th Century Fox) – Prototype
Memory Match (Sears)
Midnight Magic (Atari) – 1987
Millipede (Atari) – 1984

Miner 2049er II (Tigervision) – 1983
Miner 2049er (Tigervision) – 1982
Mines of Minos (CommaVid)
Miniature Golf (Atari) – 1979
Missile Command (Atari) – 1981
Missile Control (Video Gems)
Missile Intercept (US Games)
Mission 3000 A.D. (Bit Corporation)
Mission Survive (Video Gems)
Mogul Maniac (Amiga) – 1983
Montezuma’s Revenge: Starring Panama Joe (Parker Brothers) – 1983
Moon Patrol (Atari) – 1983
Moonsweeper (Imagic) – 1983
MotoRodeo (Atari) – 1990
Motocross Racer (Xonox) – 1984
Mountain King (CBS Electronics) – 1983
Mouse Trap (Coleco) – 1982
Mr. Do! (Coleco) – 1983
Mr. Do’s Castle (Parker Brothers) – 1983
Mr. Postman (Bit Corporation) – 1983
Ms. Pac-Man (Atari) – 1982
My Golf (HES) – 1990
Mystic Castle (M-Network)


N
Name This Game (VidTec) – 1982
Nexar
Night Driver (Atari) – 1978
Night Stalker (Telegames)
No Escape! (Imagic) – 1983
Nova Blast (Imagic)
Nuts (Technovision) – 1983


O
Ocean City Defender (Zellers)
Off the Wall (Atari) – 1989
Oink! (Activision) – 1982
Omega Race (CBS Electronics) – 1983
Oscar’s Trash Race (Atari) – 1983
Othello (Atari) – 1978

Out of Control (Avalon Hill) – 1983
Outer Space (Sears) – 1977
Outlaw (Atari) – 1978


P
Pac-Kong (Funvision)
Pac-Man (Atari)
Panda Chase (Home Vision)
Parachute (Home Vision) – 1983
Party Mix (cassette) (Starpath)
Peekaboo (Atari) – Prototype
Pelé’s Championship Soccer (Atari)
Pelé’s Soccer (Atari)
Pengo (Atari)

Pepsi Invaders (Atari) – 1983
Pete Rose Baseball (Absolute Entertainment)
Phantom Tank (Bit Corporation)
Phaser Patrol (cassette) (Starpath)
Philly Flasher (Mystique) – 1982
Phoenix (Atari)
Picnic (US Games)
Piece o’Cake (US Games)
Pigs In Space (Atari)

Pinball (Zellers)
Piraten-Schiff (Spectravision)
Pitfall! (Activision)
Pitfall II: Lost Caverns (Activision)

Planet Patrol (Spectravision)
Planeten Patrouile (Spectravision)
Plaque Attack (Activision)
Pleiades (UA Limited) – Prototype
Poker Plus(Sega) – 1979
Polaris (Tigervision)
Pole Position (Atari)
Pompeii (Apollo) – Prototype
Pong Sports (Sears)
Pooyan (Konami)
Popeye (Parker Brothers)
Porky’s (20th Century Fox)

Pressure Cooker (Activision)
Pressure Gauge (John K. Harvey) – Homebrew, released 2000
Private Eye (Activision)


Q
Q-bert’s Qubes (Parker Brothers)
Q-bert (Atari)
Q-bert (Parker Brothers)
Quadrun (Atari)
Quest for Quintana Roo (Sunrise)
Quest for Quintana Roo (Telegames)
Quick Step (Imagic)


R
Rabbit Transit (cassette) (Starpath)
Race (Sears)
Racquetball (Apollo)

Radar Lock (Atari)
Radar (Zellers)
Raft Rider (US Games)
Raiders of the Lost Ark (Atari)

Ram It (Telesys)
Rampage (Activision)
Reactor (Parker Brothers)
Realsports Baseball (Atari)

Realsports Boxing (Atari)
Realsports Football (PAL) (Atari)
Realsports Football (Atari)
Realsports Soccer (Atari)
Realsports Tennis (Atari)
Realsports Volleyball (Atari)
Revenge of the Beefsteak Tomatoes (20th Century Fox)
Riddle of the Sphinx (Imagic)
River Patrol (Tigervision)
River Raid (Activision)
River Raid II (Activision)
Road Runner (Atari)
Robin Hood/Sir Lancelot – The Joust (Xonox)
Robin Hood (Xonox)
Robot Commando Raid (VidTec)
Robot Tank (Activision)
Roc ‘N Rope (Coleco) – 1984
Rocky and Bullwinkle (Telegames)
Rocky and Bullwinkle (M-Network) – Prototype
Room of Doom
Rubik’s Cube (Atari)


S
Save Mary (Atari) – Prototype
Save Our Ship (Technovision)
Scraper Caper (Tigervision)
Scuba Diver (Panda Computer Games)
Sea Battle (M-Network)
Sea Hawk (Froggo)
Sea Hunt (Froggo)
Seaquest (Activision)
Secret Quest (Atari)
Sentinel (Atari)
Shark Attack (Apollo)
Shooting Arcade (Atari) – Prototype
Shootin’ Gallery (Imagic)
Shuttle Orbiter (Avalon Hill)
Signal Tracing Cartridge (Atari)
Sinistar – Prototype
Sir Lancelot (Xonox)
Six Pack (20th Century Fox)
Skate Boardin’: A Radical Adventure (Absolute Entertainment)
Skeet Shoot (Apollo)
Skiing (Activision)
Sky Diver (Atari)
Sky Jinks (Activision)

Sky Lancer (Tigervision)
Sky Patrol (Imagic) – Prototype
Sky Skipper (Parker Brothers)
Slot Machine (Atari)
Slot Racers (Atari)
Slots (Sears)
Smurf: Rescue in Gargamel’s Castle (Coleco) – 1982
Smurfs Save the Day (Atari)
Sneak ‘N Peek (VidTec)
Snoopy and The Red Baron (Atari)
Snow White (Atari) – Prototype
Solar Fox (CBS Electronics)
Solar Storm (Imagic)
Solaris (Atari)
Sorcerer (Mythicon)
Sorcerer’s Apprentice (Atari)

Space Attack (M-Network)
Space Attack (Telegames)
Space Canyon (Panda Computer Games)
Space Cavern (Apollo)
Space Chase (Apollo)

Space Combat (Sears)
Space Grid (Action Hi-Tech)
Space Invaders (Atari)
Space Jockey (VidTec)
Space Maze (Telesys)
Space Shuttle: A Journey Into Space (Activision)
Space War (Atari)
Spacemaster X-7 (20th Century Fox)

Speedway II (Sears)
Spelling (Sears)
Spiderdroid (Froggo)
Spider Fighter (Activision)
Spider-Man (Parker Brothers)
Spider Maze (K-Tel Vision)
Spike’s Peak (Xonox)
Spitfire Attack (Milton Bradley)
Springer (Tigervision)
Sprintmaster (Atari)
Spy Hunter (Sega) – 1983
Squeeze Box (US Games)
Squoosh (Apollo) – Prototype
Sssnake (Data Age)
Stampede (Activision)
Star Fox (Mythicon)
Star Raiders (Atari)
Star Ship (Atari)
Star Strike (M-Network)
Star Strike (Telegames)
Star Voyager (Imagic)
Star Trek (Sega) 1983

Star Wars Return of the Jedi: Death Star Battle (Parker Brothers)
Star Wars Return Of The Jedi: Ewok Adventure (Parker Brothers) – Prototype
Star Wars: Jedi Arena (Parker Brothers)
Star Wars: The Arcade Game (Parker Brothers)
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (Parker Brothers)
Stargate (Atari)

Stargunner (Telesys)
Starmaster (Activision)
Steeplechase (Video Gems)
Steeplechase (Sears)
Stellar Track (Sears)
Strategy X (Konami)
Strawberry Shortcake: Musical Match-ups (Parker Brothers)
Street Racer (Atari)
Sub Scan (Sega) – 1983
Submarine Commander (Sears)
Subterranea (Imagic)
Suicide Mission (cassette) (Starpath)
Summer Games (Epyx)
Super Baseball (Atari)
Super Baumeister (Spectravision)
Super Breakout (Atari)
Super Challenge Baseball (M-Network) Not sure which one.
Super Challenge Baseball (Telegames)
Super Challenge Football (M-Network) Again says Mattel Inc.
Super Challenge Football (Telegames) One we have has brown label?
Super Cobra (Parker Brothers)
Super Crush (Tigervision)
Super Football (Atari)
Superman (Atari)
Surf’s Up (Amiga) – Prototype
Surfer’s Paradise: But Danger Below! (Video Gems)
Surround (Atari)
Survival Island (cassette) (Starpath)
Survival Run
Sword of Saros (cassette) (Starpath)
Swordfight (Telegames)
Swordfight (M-Network)
Swordquest: Airworld (Atari)
Swordquest: Earthworld (Atari)
Swordquest: Fireworld (Atari)
Swordquest: Waterworld (Atari)


T
Tac-Scan (Sega) – 1983
Tank Brigade (Panda Computer Games) – 1983
Tank City (Action Hi-Tech)
Tank Plus (Sears)
Tanks But No Tanks (Zimag)
Tapeworm (Spectravision)
Tapper (Sega) – 1984
Target Fun (Sears)
Task Force (Froggo)
Tax Avoiders (American Videogame)
Taz (Atari)
Tempest – Prototype
Tennis (Activision)
Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Wizard Video)
Threshold (Tigervision)
Thunderground (Sega) 1983

Time Pilot (Coleco) – 1983
Time Warp (Zellers)
Title Match Pro Wrestling (Absolute Entertainment)
Tomarc The Barbarian (Xonox)
Tomcat: The F-14 Fighter Simulator (Absolute Entertainment)
Tooth Protectors
Towering Inferno (US Games)
Track & Field (Atari)
Treasure Below (Video Gems)
Trick Shot (Imagic)
Tron: Deadly Discs (M-Network)
Tron: Deadly Discs/Adventures of Tron (M-Network)
Tunnel Runner (CBS Electronics)
Turmoil (20th Century Fox)
Turmoil (Zellers)
Tutankham (Parker Brothers)


U
Up’n Down (Sega) – 1984


V
Vanguard (Atari)
Venture (Coleco)
Video Checkers (Atari) (CART IN VERY BAD SHAPE)

Video Chess (Atari)
Video Life (Commavid)
Video Olympics (Atari)
Video Pinball (Atari)

Vulture Attack (K-Tel Vision)


W
Wabbit (Apollo)
Wall Ball (Avalon Hill)
War Zone (Action Hi-Tech)
Warlords (Atari)
Warplock (Data Age)
Weird Bird (US Games)
Wing War (Imagic)
Winter Games (Epyx)
Wizard (Atari) – Prototype
Wizard of Wor (CBS Electronics)
Word Zapper (US Games)
Worm War I (20th Century Fox) – 1982


X
X-man (Gamex)
Xenophobe (Atari)
Xevious – Prototype


Y
Yars’ Revenge (Atari) X


Z
Z-Tack (Bomb)
Zaxxon (Coleco)
Zoo Fun (Home Vision)

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