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Atari Flashback 8 Gold Console HDMI 120 Games 2 Wireless Controllers

The all-new Atari Flashback 8 Gold features 120 built-in all-time favorites. These games include legends like Activision's Pitfall! and Taito's Space Invaders, as well as many other all-time Atari 2600 classics like Kaboom!, River Raid, Centipede, and Millipede. Two all new, high performance 2.4ghz wireless controllers, styled after the Atari 2600 originals, are included, as well as two legacy controller ports for optional wired joysticks or paddles. Other new features include 720p HDMI output, scan line filtering, and a save/pause/rewind feature for every game.

Puzzler World [Download]

Bring your brain and take a trip to Puzzler World. Discover the endless fun of more than 1000 mind-bending challenges. Enjoy your favorite puzzles games on the go, including Crossword, Sudoku, Wordsearch, and many more. This sequel to smash hit, Puzzler Collection now includes 5 additional bonus game types. Play any puzzle in two game modes: Quickplay for a fast fix or Challenge mode for unlocking bonus games such as Hangman, Equate, and Jigsaw. Puzzler World is both fun and challenging. You'll experience different degrees of difficultly and countless hours of entertainment.System Requirements: Windows XP/Vista/Win7/8 600 MHz CPU 128 MB RAM DirectX 6.0 60 MB HDD

Atari, Anniversary Edition Redux

* Asteroids * Asteroids Deluxe * Battlezone * Black Widow (PSX only) * Centipede * Gravitar * Missile Command * PONG * Space Duel (PSX only) * Super Breakout * Tempest * Warlords Additionally, an aftermarket level replacement add-on for Tempest, called Tempest Tubes, is also included.

Atari 80 Classic Games in One [Download]

Atari 80 Classic Games in One provides a host of classic arcade games, including popular titles such as Asteroids, Centipede and Millipede. This comprehensive collection also includes a wide variety of Atari 2600 titles, which provide space adventures, sports action and unique thrills. Play a game of Football, explore a Haunted House, try Super Breakout or take part in Yars' Revenge. You'll discover hours of enjoyment with this nostalgic collection of games that is as much fun today as it was back then.Minimum Requirements: Operating System: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP SP2*Processor: Intel Pentium II 200 MHz or higherRAM: 16MB RAM (1GB Recommended)Video: 2MB Direct3D-compatible video cardSound: DirectX 9.0c-compatibleHard Disk: 650MB freePeriperals: Keyboard, MouseDirectX: DirectX version 7.0 (9.0b included) or higher

Atari 5200 - Video Game Console (System)

Atari 5200 SuperSystem, or simply the Atari 5200, is a video game console that was introduced in 1982 by Atari as a replacement for the famous Atari 2600. The 5200 was created to compete with the Mattel Intellivision, but wound up more directly competing with the ColecoVision shortly after its release. A number of design flaws had a serious impact on usability, and the system is generally considered a failure. The 5200 was heavily based on Atari's existing 400/800 computers and the internal hardware was almost identical. However, a number of issues (aside from the lack of a keyboard) meant that software was not directly compatible between the two systems.

Atari 7800 System - Video Game Console

The Atari 7800 was a sleek and capable videogame console released in 1986. While it had a solid offering of its own games, the 7800 featured a prime system feature: full, built-in compatibility with the Atari 2600. While consoles of the past could play Atari 2600 games through the use of an optional adapter, the 7800 accepted these cartridges right in the main slot and played them without any extra add-ons. The Atari 7800 was originally designed to succeed the Atari 5200 in 1984, but the system's launch was shelved when Atari was sold to new owners who wanted to focus on the computer market instead. The console was, instead, officially launched two years later in response to Nintendo and SEGA entering the US home console market with the Nintendo Entertainment System and Master System respectively. Many of the console's planned features, such as a high score saving cartridge, were never released. With the 7800 launch, Atari put a focus on "budget" gaming, with many games selling for less than $19.99. Because the system was all ready to go back in 1984, most of the launch titles were arcade titles from several years prior. The system was very capable in visuals as seen in games like the bundled Pole Position II. But its sound system lacked: the system designers created a cheap so...

Atari Asteroids Arcade System

Relive the glory days of arcade gaming in the comfort of your own home with Arcade 1Up's Asteroids at home arcade machine! Travel into space and prevent your spaceship from being hit by asteroids. Asteroids is a space shooter that challenges your reflex and aiming skills. Take your shots carefully, and challenge your friends to see who will last the longest in space!

Atari 2600 TV / Game Computer Switch Box with Cable Coaxial Hookups 75 OHM

These Switch Boxes feature connections made for cable-compatible TV's. NO MORE need for the old "rabbit ear" connections with your vintage systems. These boxes work on all systems that use the same output method as the Atari 2600 (single rca a/v output).

Scrabble Complete - PC

Race against the clock as you challenge yourself to create words in this completely interactive game of skill and vocabulary.

Atari 2600 Jr. Video Game Console System

In 1986, a new version of the 2600 was released. The newly redesigned version of the 2600, unofficially referred to as the 2600 Jr., features a smaller cost-reduced form factor with a modernized Atari 7800-like appearance. The redesigned 2600 was advertised as a budget gaming system (under 50 dollars) that has the ability to run a large collection of classic games.