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  • Atari 2600

    Brain Games

    In Brain Games one or two players attempt to earn as many points as possible by solving various puzzles presented by the computer. There are six different puzzles included, which are: Touch Me: The computer will play a sequence of tones. Each button on the…

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  • Atari 2600

    Canyon Bomber

    Two aircraft (yours and your opponent’s) fly over a canyon filled with layers of colorful bricks, a la Breakout. Using the fire button on your paddle controller, you earn points by dropping bombs into the canyon and destroying as many blocks as possible. The player…

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  • Atari 2600

    Wall Break

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  • Atari 2600

    Bowling

    Your objective is to roll as high a score as possible, whether you’re playing a one-player or a two-player game. There are ten “pins” to knock down. You have two tries (or rolls) to knock down the pins each time you’re up. Each game consists…

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  • Atari 2600

    Boggle

    Boggle is an unreleased game for the Atari 2600 programmed by David Crane while he was still working at Atari. In Boggle, which is based on the popular word game of the same name, you must form as many words as possible from a random…

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  • Atari 2600

    Football

    Football is a football game for two players. The game is played from a top down point of view of the field and features two skill levels and three game variations. Using the joystick you can choose from one of five different offensive or defensive…

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  • Atari 2600

    Basketball

    Basketball allows you to play a game of one-on-one against either the computer or another player. The court is viewed from the side with a basket at each end of the screen. Using the joystick you can move your player around the court, dribble/shoot the…

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  • Atari 2600

    Blackjack

    Blackjack is based on the casino card game of the same name. You can play alone or with up to 2 other players against the computer that takes the role of the dealer. The game follows the same basic rules as its casino counterpart. Each…

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