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Are all of these games really going to be article worthy?[edit]

Are all of these games really going to be article worthy? I'm not disputing the validity of listing them, but it seems that far too many of these will wind up as nothing more than stubs. Al b 21:25, 16 Dec 2003 (UTC)

So help me, they will not. The greatest thing about the Internet is there's some nut out there, yours truly in this case, who cares enough about any mundane topic enough to spend hours educating others about it. My goal is to document basic release information, history, gameplay, and any other significant details about these games including screenshots and cartridge pictures, most of which I can provide from my own collection. I have others I can request permission to use pictures from for others. Sadangel 03:11, 1 August 2005 (UTC)

Rearranged[edit]

I've rearranged this page to be an alphabetical list by game name with publisher information attached, as I think this is more useful. It also makes it consistent with the other similar lists linked from List of computer and video games, which I also consider a Good Thing™ - IMSoP 20:02, 12 Jan 2004 (UTC)

9 to 5[edit]

That game should not be on the list cause it was unreleased, as well as prototype games.They can be in thier own mini list.--96.235.13.240 (talk) 02:34, 14 November 2008 (UTC)

History[edit]

I think this list represents a history that might be forgotten. then again since very few of them are being written about, then they are getting lost. I updated some stuff on the commodor64 game list page. i am sure if anyone takes the time they will find the bases of alot of game types originating in theose days. just looking at them bring lost memories that could be someone else's new discovery :)

Homebrews[edit]

I'm planning to add homebrews to this list. Any objections? Zachm 07:49, 17 November 2005 (UTC)

The list now includes a numbers of homebrews. My list includes only homebrews that have been produced on cartridge and made available to the public. When variants of games exist, for example INV and INV+, only the earliest version is listed. (FlapPing is an exception.) A small minority of homebrews that have been deemed trademark or copyright violations were not included at this time. Whether they should be listed deserves more discussion. My apologies if I have overlooked any homebrews that should be added.

I also put in Malagai since it was missing.

Zachm 06:35, 28 December 2005 (UTC)

Deleted homebrew[edit]

I don't mean to offend anyone but the inclusion of homebrew games is not a good idea, as they are not notable and including them could confuse people as to their importance. Also, none of these games will ever be notable enough to warrant its own page, so the links will always be red. Only including games that were produced by actual companies will also have the benefit of making this list completable, as there are not likely to be any more commercial releases for this system. JohnnyMrNinja 10:08, 8 July 2007 (UTC)

Disambiguations, publishers, and my thoughts on homebrews[edit]

First-- I just did a lot of disambiguation with links, with the appearance that many links are now "broken." Unfortunately, many 2600 titles have generic names (give ya a hint as to what subject the game Coconuts linked to), licensed titles and movie adaptations, or names that have been used by later game publishers... all of which meant that half of the links on the list went to pages talking about movies, 90's PC games, biological topics, etc. For the most part, I changed each link to include (Atari 2600) after the title-- Coconuts now goes to Coconuts (Atari 2600) instead of the page about the fruit. Putting "Atari 2600" instead of "video game" or whatever avoids ambiguity with other games with the same name.

On publishers. Apollo was linking to the mythical god, not helpful at all. I changed all of them to link to Games by Apollo, their most common moniker. I shortened "Sears, Roebuck, and Co." to Sears-- short, and the brand name by which the department store advertised themselves in that era. Yeah, they link to the same page, but hey. USA (apparently a republisher of M Network titles) was made uniform by linking to USA (games publisher), which was a link already in use on some entries. And I reverted 77.249.32.69's edit changing the publisher of Pole Position from Atari to Namco-- sorry, Namco didn't publish the 2600 adapt, Atari did, so Atari it should remain.

Homebrews. My thought? They belong in the list. JohnnyMrNinja's protest that the games aren't "notable" or "important" would make sense if this were a list of notable releases... but it's not. It's a "list of Atari 2600 games" which seems to indicate a more universal, all-inclusive listing. The generic status of the list also seems to mean that non-commercial releases belong; after all, the list isn't called "List of commercially released Atari 2600 games." (Plus, hell, most homebrews have higher print runs than, say, Video Life.) I do think, however, that homebrews could be/should be cordoned off in their own section of the list, and not interspersed in the general alphabetical list. This way, the list will show all games released for the 2600, while also usefully showing the difference in status between commercial and homebrew games. Student Driver 08:40, 17 August 2007 (UTC)

  • It looks like a very helpful cleanup. Thank you! Also, I agree with the Homebrew games being left on the page, and also with the concept that they have a separate heading - maybe. That would almost beg for a separate page i.e. List of Homebrew Games for the Atari 2600 - not that I'm condoning that concept. It is arguable that any Complete list of games for ANY console could potentially grow indefinitely, due to homebrew creations for those systems. Also, the list of games for any given system tends to grow very quickly while the system is currently on the market, and no one seems to be fussing about complete lists of games there ... why get agitated when a system's complete list grows by a few a year? But, that's MHO. Duckingham 10:35, 17 August 2007 (UTC)
  • Great work! I've just done some more disambiguating of names (I think they're all OK now) and some typo-fixing. I also marked prototypes that weren't already noted as such and added Steeplechase (the Sears one), which was mysteriously missing. I'm in favor of including homebrews, though I think we should probably restrict it to ones that are entirely new games and not just hacks of previous games. Pinball22 16:25, 17 August 2007 (UTC)
  • Thanks for the kudos. I noticed that I didn't uniformly follow my own ideas on adding (Atari 2600) on a lot of the disambiguations (though for arcade game translations, I linked to the arcade game's pages instead), so there's probably still a lot of correcting to do just there. I think a lot more Sears titles are missing as well.
If/when homebrews are added back, what should the criteria for inclusion be? I'm loathe to include all of the batari BASIC stuff-- anyone can hack out a "game" in a few minutes-- but batari games like Space Treat and Phantom II got cartridge releases, and are relatively complex efforts. Hacks are also problematic-- I agree that hacks could mostly be ignored, but some have also gotten cart releases (Xevolux or however it's spelled), putting a few in that nebulous category that Air Raid occupies. Maybe hacks with cart releases would be listed? Student Driver 11:45, 18 August 2007 (UTC)

Would like to see a list of Atari 2600 games by year[edit]

Given the nature of the topic, i.e. that the Atari 2600 was the first really successful home game system, I think it would be interesting to be able to view the games by year so that one could see the progression. Sbroadwe (talk) 16:58, 28 December 2007 (UTC)

FYI, the list by year would be:
Air-Sea Battle (Atari) - 1977
Basic Math (Atari) - 1977
Blackjack (Atari) - 1977
Combat (Atari) - 1977
Indy 500 (Atari) - 1977
Outer Space (Sears) - 1977
Basketball (Atari) - 1978
Brain Games (Atari) - 1978
Breakout (Atari) - 1978
Canyon Bomber (Atari) - 1978
Casino (Atari) - 1978
Codebreaker (Atari) - 1978
Concentration (Atari) - 1978
Flag Capture (Atari) - 1978
Football (Atari) - 1978
Fun With Numbers (Atari) - 1978
Hangman (Atari) - 1978
Home Run (Atari) - 1978
Human Cannonball (Atari) - 1978
Hunt & Score (Atari) - 1978
Maze Craze: A Game Of Cops And Robbers (Atari) - 1978
Night Driver (Atari) - 1978
Othello (Atari) - 1978
Outlaw (Atari) - 1978
Adventure (Atari) - 1979
BASIC Programming (Atari) - 1979
Backgammon (Atari) - 1979
Bowling (Atari) - 1979
Miniature Golf (Atari) - 1979
3-D Tic-Tac-Toe (Atari) - 1980
Boxing (Activision) - 1980
Championship Soccer (Atari) - 1980
Circus Atari (Atari) - 1980
Dodge 'Em (Atari) - 1980
Dragster (Activision) - 1980
Fishing Derby (Activision) - 1980
Golf (Atari) - 1980
Asteroids (Atari) - 1981
Bridge (Activision) - 1981
Checkers (Activision) - 1981
Freeway (Activision) - 1981
Haunted House (Atari) - 1981
Ice Hockey (Activision) - 1981
Kaboom! (Activision) - 1981
Laser Blast (Activision) - 1981
Missile Command (Atari) - 1981
Adventures of Tron (M-Network) - 1982
Airlock (Data Age) - 1982
Air Raiders (M-Network) - 1982
Alien (20th Century Fox) - 1982
Amidar (Parker Brothers) - 1982
Armor Ambush (M-Network) - 1982
Astroblast (M-Network) - 1982
Atlantis (Imagic) - 1982
Atlantis II (Imagic) - 1982
Barnstorming (Activision) - 1982
Beany Bopper (20th Century Fox) - 1982
Bermuda Triangle (Data Age) - 1982
Berzerk (Atari) - 1982
Blue Print (CBS Electronics) - 1982
Bugs (Data Age) - 1982
Carnival (Coleco) - 1982
Cathouse Blues (Playaround) - 1982
Centipede (Atari) - 1982
Challenge of Nexar (Spectravision) - 1982
Chopper Command (Activision) - 1982
Coconuts (Telesys) - 1982
Commando Raid (US Games) - 1982
Communist Mutants from Space (Cassette) (Starpath) - 1982
Cosmic Ark (Imagic) - 1982
Cosmic Creeps (Telesys) - 1982
Cosmic Swarm (CommaVid) - 1982
Crazy Climber (Atari) - 1982
Crypts Of Chaos (20th Century Fox) - 1982
Dancing Plate (Bit Corporation) - 1982
Dark Cavern (M-Network) - 1982
Defender (Atari) - 1982
Demon Attack (Imagic) - 1982
Demons To Diamonds (Atari) - 1982
Dishaster (Zimag) - 1982
Donkey Kong (Coleco) - 1982
Dragonstomper (cassette) (Starpath) - 1982
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (Atari) - 1982
Earth Dies Screaming (20th Century Fox) - 1982
Eggomania (US Games) - 1982
Entombed (US Games) - 1982
Escape From The Mindmaster (Cassette) (Starpath) - 1982
Fantastic Voyage (20th Century Fox) - 1982
Fast Eddie (20th Century Fox) - 1982
Fast Food (Telesys) - 1982
Final Approach (Apollo) - 1982
Fire Fighter (Imagic) - 1982
Frogger (Parker Brothers) - 1982
Frogs And Flies (M-Network) - 1982
Gigolo (Playaround) - 1982
Gopher (US Games) - 1982
Gorf (CBS Electronics) - 1982
Grand Prix (Activision) - 1982
Guardian (Apollo) - 1982
I Want My Mommy (Zimag) - 1982
Infiltrate (Apollo) - 1982
International Soccer (M-Network) - 1982
Jawbreaker (Tigervision) - 1982
Journey Escape (Data Age) - 1982
Jungle Fever (Playaround) - 1982
Killer Satellites (Cassette) (Starpath) - 1982
King Kong (Tigervision) - 1982
Knight On The Town (Playaround) - 1982
Lady In Wading (Playaround) - 1982
Lochjaw (Apollo) - 1982
Lock 'N Chase (M-Network) - 1982
M*A*S*H (20th Century Fox) - 1982
MAD (US Games) - 1982
Marauder (Tigervision) - 1982
Math Gran Prix (Atari) - 1982
Megamania (Activision) - 1982
Miner 2049er (Tigervision) - 1982
Mouse Trap (Coleco) - 1982
Ms. Pac-Man (Atari) - 1982
Name This Game (VidTec) - 1982
Oink! (Activision) - 1982
Philly Flasher (Mystique) - 1982
Smurf: Rescue in Gargamel's Castle (Coleco) - 1982
Alpha Beam with Ernie (Atari) - 1983
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
Bachelor Party (Mystique) - 1983
Bachelorette Party (Mystique) - 1983
Bank Heist (20th Century Fox) - 1983
Battlezone (Atari) - 1983
Beat Em and Eat Em (Mystique) - 1983
Big Bird's Egg Catch (Atari) - 1983
Bobby Is Going Home (Bit Corporation) - 1983
Boing! (First Star Software) - 1983
Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom (Sega) - 1983
Bump 'n' Jump (M-Network) - 1983
Bumper Bash (Spectravision) - 1983
Burgertime (M-Network) - 1983
Burning Desire (Playaround) - 1983
Busy Police (Zellers) - 1983
Cakewalk (Commavid) - 1983
Chase the Chuck Wagon (Spectravision) - 1983
China Syndrome (Spectravision) - 1983
Chuck Norris Superkicks/Ghost Manor (Xonox) - 1983
Chuck Norris Superkicks/Spike's Peak (Xonox) - 1983
Chuck Norris Superkicks (Xonox) - 1983
Condor Attack (Ultravision) - 1983
Congo Bongo (Sega) - 1983
Cookie Monster Munch (Atari) - 1983
Cosmic Corridor (Zimag) - 1983
Crackpots (Activision) - 1983
Crash Dive (20th Century Fox) - 1983
Cross Force (Spectravision) - 1983
Custer's Revenge (Mystique) - 1983
Deadly Discs (Telegames) - 1983
Decathlon (Activision) - 1983
Demolition Herby (Telesys) - 1983
Dice Puzzle (Panda Computer Games) - 1983
Dig Dug (Atari) - 1983
Dolphin (Activision) - 1983
Donkey Kong Jr (Coleco) - 1983
Dragonfire (Imagic) - 1983
Enduro (Activision) - 1983
Exocet (Panda Computer Games) - 1983
Fathom (Imagic) - 1983
Flash Gordon (20th Century Fox) - 1983
Frankenstein's Monster (Data Age) - 1983
Frogger II: Threeedeep! (Parker Brothers) - 1983
Frogger, The Official (cassette) (Starpath) - 1983
Front Line (Coleco) - 1983
Frostbite (Activision) - 1983
GI Joe: Cobra Strike (Parker Brothers) - 1983
Galaxian (Atari) - 1983
Gangster Alley (Spectravision) - 1983
Gas Hog (Spectravision) - 1983
Gauntlet (Answer Software) - 1983
Ghost Manor/Spike's Peak (Xonox) - 1983
Ghost Manor (Xonox) - 1983
Glacier Patrol (Telegames) - 1983
Glib (Selchow and Righter) - 1983
Gravitar (Atari) - 1983
Gyruss (Parker Brothers) - 1983
Halloween (Wizard Video) - 1983
Harbor Escape (Panda Computer Games) - 1983
James Bond 007 (Parker Brothers) - 1983
Joust (Atari) - 1983
Jungle Hunt (Atari) - 1983
Kangaroo (Atari) - 1983
Karate (Ultravision) - 1983
Keystone Kapers (Activision) - 1983
Kool-Aid Man (M-Network) - 1983
Krull (Atari) - 1983
Laser Gates (Imagic) - 1983
Laser Volley (Zellers) - 1983
London Blitz (Avalon Hill) - 1983
Malagai (Answer Software) - 1983
Mangia' (Spectravision) - 1983
Marine Wars (Konami) - 1983
Mario Bros. (Atari) - 1983
Master Builder (Spectravision) - 1983
Masters of the Universe: Power of He-Man (M-Network) - 1983
Megaforce (20th Century Fox) - 1983
Miner 2049er II (Tigervision) - 1983
Mogul Maniac (Amiga) - 1983
Montezuma's Revenge: Starring Panama Joe (Parker Brothers) - 1983
Moon Patrol (Atari) - 1983
Moonsweeper (Imagic) - 1983
Mountain King (CBS Electronics) - 1983
Mr. Do! (CBS Electronics) - 1983
Mr. Do's Castle (Parker Brothers) - 1983
Mr. Postman (Bit Corporation) - 1983
No Escape! (Imagic) - 1983
Nuts (Technovision) - 1983
Oscar's Trash Race (Atari) - 1983
Out of Control (Avalon Hill) - 1983
Tac-Scan (Sega) - 1983
Tank Brigade (Panda Computer Games) - 1983
Beamrider (Activision) - 1984
Crystal Castles (Atari) - 1984
Espial (Tigervision) - 1984
H.E.R.O. (Activision) - 1984
Millipede (Atari) - 1984
Motocross Racer (Xonox) - 1984
Roc 'N Rope (Coleco) - 1984
Up'n Down (Sega) - 1984
Cosmic Commuter (Activision) - 1985
Ghostbusters (Activision) - 1985
Gremlins (Atari) - 1986
California Games (Epyx) - 1987
Cruise Missile (Froggo) - 1987
Jr. Pac-Man (Atari) - 1987
Kung-Fu Master (Activision) - 1987
Midnight Magic (Atari) - 1987
Commando (Activision) - 1988
Crossbow (Atari) - 1988
Dark Chambers (Atari) - 1988
Defender II (Atari) - 1988
Double Dunk (Atari) - 1988
BMX Airmaster (TNT Games) - 1989
Double Dragon (Activision) - 1989
Fatal Run (Atari) - 1989
Off the Wall (Atari) - 1989
32 in 1 (Atari) - 1990
Ghostbusters II (Salu) - 1990
Ikari Warriors (Atari) - 1990
Klax (Atari) - 1990
MotoRodeo (Atari) - 1990
My Golf (HES) - 1990
Acid Drop (Salu Ltd) - 1992
Sbroadwe (talk) 17:16, 28 December 2007 (UTC)

Is it ok if I make a table?[edit]

Like this.

0–9[edit]

Main Title Developer/Publisher Year
3-D Tic-Tac-Toe Atari 1980
32 in 1 Atari 1990
9 to 5 20th Century Fox Unreleased

I'll do it little by little if that's cool with everyone.

NewAgeRed--68.94.77.37 (talk) 23:17, 15 February 2008 (UTC)

If it was a small list I'd say go ahead. But right now its in the standard format for large lists. --Marty Goldberg (talk) 00:09, 16 February 2008 (UTC)

Make it a table. Then have a table for homebrew games and another for prototypes. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 96.235.13.240 (talk) 02:47, 14 November 2008 (UTC)

Do you mean it's too big to bother with? or impossible? Because I was going to put tables. NewAgeRed--68.94.77.37 (talk) 01:56, 16 February 2008 (UTC)

No I mean a list that size here generally doesn't go in to table format. --Marty Goldberg (talk) 01:57, 16 February 2008 (UTC)

N64 games list, like this. I'll change it soon, like Sonday or something If that's cool. NewAgeRed--68.94.77.37 (talk) 02:51, 16 February 2008 (UTC)

Doing it in table form would also allow for it to be sortable by title, release year or manufacturer, which would be a huge plus. Lambertman (talk) 14:13, 25 February 2008 (UTC)

I've just converted the list of arcade games to table format. I can do the same here if folks want it. 2fort5r (talk) 02:52, 2 September 2009 (UTC)

Why is there pointless numbering in the list?[edit]

The first 484 games are numbered 001 to 484. Why? This isn't the order they were released in, their popularity, or anything else. No reason to have a useless category. Dream Focus 02:31, 3 February 2010 (UTC)

Agreed... I've removed them. 28bytes (talk) 03:05, 21 July 2010 (UTC)

Year by year search thrown off by dividing things in alphabetical order[edit]

When I try to organize the list by year, it only does one section at a time. Can we have everything together, not separate list by what letter of the alphabet they start with? Dream Focus 02:31, 3 February 2010 (UTC)

Catalog numbers (Atari releases)[edit]

The Atari releases featured catalog numbers in the format of CX26xx or CX261xx for later games. Would it be feasible to include these catalog numbers in a column? Kyojikasshu (talk) 03:09, 2 October 2010 (UTC)

It would be feasible, but would it be particularly useful for the reader? I'm not necessarily opposed to the idea. (And I would be happy to help put in the data if everyone thinks it would be a good addition.) 28bytes (talk) 14:26, 2 October 2010 (UTC)

Controllers/Peripherals[edit]

Since many of these games required or made use of special controllers or peripherals like the paddles or keypads, I think it would be a good idea to incorporate that information into the table. There were several other peripheral controllers and other add-ons for the Atari VCS/2600. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Rsegrest (talkcontribs) 19:36, 7 October 2010 (UTC)

I think that's an excellent idea. Since the vast majority were joystick games, the thing to to might be to add "uses paddle controller" or "uses driving controller" in the comments field rather than adding another column. 28bytes (talk) 19:48, 7 October 2010 (UTC)

Unreleased games[edit]

Game Title Developer (Designer) Publisher Year Genre Notes and references
Mega Man 2600 Atariage Atariage 2009 Action
Trashmania Jonathon Bont 2009 Action
The Wicked Father Jamie Hamshere self-published 2011 Action

I've removed three games from the homebrew section because I can't find any references that say they've been released. The only information I've found suggests they're still in development. If anyone can find reliable source references that they've been released we can put them back in. 28bytes (talk) 16:36, 14 April 2011 (UTC)

different sections[edit]

Why is it that this is the only system that has the games divided in two sections? One being Atari/Sears and the second being third party. None of the other systems do this and I'm sure that it's not difficult to figure out which ones are which. Looks at all the other lists of games for other consoles they don't do this. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.10.239.120 (talk) 12:58, 26 January 2014 (UTC)

Third party in the Atari/Sears list[edit]

Air Raid belongs in the third party list — Preceding unsigned comment added by 50.122.162.212 (talk) 18:58, 18 February 2015 (UTC)

Actionauts Should be homebrewed not Third party — Preceding unsigned comment added by 50.122.162.212 (talk) 20:41, 18 February 2015 (UTC)

Atlantis and Atlantis 2 is in both Catagories of Atari & Sears and Third Party — Preceding unsigned comment added by 50.122.162.212 (talk) 22:53, 18 February 2015 (UTC)

Dark Chamber link goes to Night Stalker50.122.162.212 (talk) 03:11, 19 February 2015 (UTC)

Fighter pilot in third party questionable game link transfers to page on fighter pilots50.122.162.212 (talk) 04:58, 19 February 2015 (UTC)

Frogger listed twice, both go to same game by Konomi but the regular frogger is by the same developers as Frogs and Flies50.122.162.212 (talk) 02:49, 20 February 2015 (UTC)

Gauntlet is in both First and third party lists50.122.162.212 (talk) 03:07, 20 February 2015 (UTC)

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Atariage - clarification needed[edit]

In the Homebrew section a considerable number of games seem to be published by Atariage in the 2000's, but the linked article for this publisher says they were only operational from 1982 - 1984. Derek Andrews (talk) 23:16, 21 June 2017 (UTC)

@Derek Andrews: There are two different Atari Ages: the magazine (1982-1984) and the website/homebrew game manufacturer (1998-present). Until 2015 the Atari Age article included information about both but someone removed the information about the latter. I will try to restore that info to a separate article when I get a free minute. 28bytes (talk) 00:46, 22 June 2017 (UTC)
The problem should be fixed now. There are now separate articles for AtariAge the homebrew publisher and Atari Age the magazine from the '80s. 28bytes (talk) 04:07, 22 June 2017 (UTC)
Thank you @28bytes:. Derek Andrews (talk) 17:35, 22 June 2017 (UTC)

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