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GAMES FOR ATARI 2600

By metalbabble.com

One of my recent projects has been creating new games for the legendary Atari 2600. These are real games that can play on real Atari systems!

Follow the links below to play these games online, or download the ROM and play them in your favorite emulator (such as Stella.) Additionally, these games can be ordered on actual game cartridges to add to your collection!

Have you played ATARI today?

 

*** FEATURED GAMES ***

Bit Quest
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Bit Quest

Find the ancient sword, defeat the ruthless bad guys, and save the princess! (For even more challenge: the locations of the sword and dungeons can be randomized using the left difficulty switch!)


Sand Castles
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Sand Castles

Monsters have invaded Sand Castle island, help Jack the apple defeat the baddies and their evil leader. Supports multi-button SEGA Genesis controllers! (Includes full-color manual!)


Flappy The Duck
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Flappy The Duck

Tap to flap! Use the joystick button to flap, but don't hit the walls. Grab hearts for extra points. This game features two difficulty levels (via left switch.)


Stardust Atari 2600
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Stardust

Explore the galaxy, zap aliens, blast asteroids, uncover the locations of distant planets, and defeat the evil forces of the mysterious Dark Queen.

 
 
Stardust Atari 2600  
 

*** MORE GAMES ***

NanoWing 2600
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NanoWing 2600

A prequel to the 2005 metalbabble.com game "NanoWing" - avoid the obstacles while hurdling through hyperspace!


PotHole
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PotHole

Dodge the potholes, and collect the power ups!


Fishy
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Fishy

For one or two players - whichever fish collects 5 points first, wins. Grab the power-ups to transform!


Snow Dogs
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Snow Dogs

Mush a sled team along a snowy trail... Just don't run out of dog treats!

  • Cartridge only


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Neko 2600

A small experiment/game with gravity and simple ball physics. Hold left or right to pick a direction, then press the fire button to launch a ball. Aim for the moving targets below to rack up the points. Use the "Game Select" switch to select levels.