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Atari

Atari

Welcome to the Atari section here at SoreThumb Retro Games. We stock a large selection of games, accessories and systems. Founded in 1972, Atari were well known for many hit arcade games such as Star Wars, Missile Command and Gauntlet. They conquered the home market with the Atari VCS/2600 console and had success with the Atari ST range of Computers. Unfortuantely Atari hit troubled times with the release of the powerful Lynx handheld system and the first 64 bit console in the Atari Jaguar.

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  1. Slot Racers  ( Atari 2600)

    Slot Racers ( Atari 2600)

    £7.00

    Out of stock

    The goal of this two-players console game is to move your vehicle in a maze so you can shoot missiles at your opponent without getting shot at. The games features four different mazes to choose from, each faster than the last. Another feature lets you decide to make the missiles faster or slower than the car. The difficulty switch determines whether you can shoot a missile while one of your own is still on the screen. Otherwise, your missile has to hit the enemy or be retrieved by your vehicle before you can launch another one. You steer your car with a joystick. Each time you hit your enemy with a missile, you get a point. The fist player to get 25 points is the winner. HAS A LETTER P ON TOP LID Learn More
  2. Starmaster  ( Atari 2600)

    Starmaster ( Atari 2600)

    £10.00

    A cockpit view space shooter very similar to Star Raiders but not requiring a keypad. In your starship, you must warp to sectors of space containing enemy starships. Here you will engage and destroy them before they can surround and destroy your starbases. In a starbase sector, use your joystick to guide your reticle to the starbase when it is near you for repair and/or refueling. In a fight, you can take damage. If you see a L, it meas your lasers are out of commission. This mean you cannot fire (this is not good in a fight!). If you see a W, it means your warp drive is damaged. You will use twice as much fuel when warping. If you see an S, it means your shields are out. If you are hit again with no shields, you will be destroyed. If you see an R, it means your radar is damaged. You will not be able to see the enemies on the starmap until you get the radar fixed. All your starbases will still show with damaged radar except any that have been destroyed. When warping, if the screen at the bottom is green, you are headed to an empty sector. If it is red, you are headed to a sector with enemies in it. If it is blue, you are headed to a sector with a starbase in it. The game ends when either all the enemies are destroyed or you are destroyed. Your final score is determined by your base score plus 100 points per enemy destroyed minus 500 points per starbase destroyed minus 100 points per each time you docked at a starbase minus 1 point per stardate. Learn More
  3. Tutankham ( Atrai 2600 )

    Tutankham ( Atari 2600 )

    £15.00

    Out of stock

    Published by
    Parker Brothers
    Developed by
    Konami Industry Co. Ltd.
    Released
    1983

     

    Also For

    Atari 8-bit, ColecoVision, Intellivision, Odyssey 2, TI-99/4A, VIC-20

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  4. Kaboom!  ( Atari 2600 )

    Kaboom! ( Atari 2600 )

    £10.00

    Out of stock

    Published by
    Activision, Inc.
    Developed by
    Activision, Inc.
    Released
    1981

     

    Also For

    Atari 5200, Atari 8-bit

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  5. Freeway  ( Atari 2600 )

    Freeway ( Atari 2600 )

    £10.00

    Published by
    Zellers
    Developed by
    Activision, Inc.
    Released
    1981

    Platform
    Atari 2600
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  6. Megamania ( Atari 2600)

    Megamania ( Atari 2600)

    £22.00

    Out of stock

    Megamania is an arcade action game with gameplay similar to Space Invaders. You control a spaceship at the bottom of the screen and need to defend yourself from numerous waves of attackers. But in Megamania, the attackers much more bizarre than invading aliens. There are hamburgers, diamonds, steam irons, bow ties, space dice, and more! You need to earn points by destroying as many of these strange attackers as you can before your energy supply becomes depleted. HAS A PRICE STICKER ON ONE SIDE Learn More
  7. Night Driver ( Atari 2600 )

    Night Driver ( Atari 2600 )

    £10.00

    Published by
    Atari, Inc.
    Developed by
    Atari, Inc.
    Released
    1980

     

    Also For

    Commodore 64

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  8. Chopper Command ( Atari 2600 )

    Chopper Command ( Atari 2600 )

    £10.00

    Out of stock

    Published by
    Activision, Inc.
    Developed by
    Activision, Inc.
    Released
    1982

    Platform
    Atari 2600
    HAS A PRICE STICKER ON COVER
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  9. Private Eye ( Atari 2600)

    Private Eye ( Atari 2600)

    £50.00

    Out of stock

    You are the great French private eye Pierre Touche. Your job is to capture the criminal Henri Le Fiend and send him to jail. To do this, you will first need to find evidence against him and return the stolen property. During the game, you control Touche as he drive his car around the town looking for clues and the loot. As you drive around, various obstacles will be trying to stop you: questionable characters may appear and throw flower pots or daggers at you, pot holes may be found in the road, or assorted creatures may run in your path. From time to time, you will see questionable characters hiding in a window; if you jump up and catch them, you may find they are hiding an item you're looking for! If not, you will still get points for nabbing a questionable character and can move on to searching a new location. When you located an item, you need to find the proper building to return or verify the item after which you can move on to finding the next item. The game includes five different cases, each with a unique set of goals and of varying difficulty. Some of the goals you may need to complete are: find the stolen necklace and return it to the gem store, find the gun and verify it at the gun store, find the vase and return it to the museum, or find Le Fiend and book him at police headquarters. Each of the cases has a time limit; if you are unable to complete all of the tasks required by the case before time runs out, the game is over. Each case also takes place in a different part of the city, and the more difficult cases cover more city blocks so there will be a greater area to search! In addition to the various cases, several difficulty settings are included which control the speed of your car and how high you can jump. Learn More
  10. Fire Fighter ( Atari 2600)

    Fire Fighter ( Atari 2600)

    £14.00

    A local warehouse has caught fire, and you're the fire fighter who has to come to the rescue! Your goal is to save the worker who is trapped in the warehouse; on the right side of the screen is a firetruck with an adjustable ladder. You can move the ladder to the appropriate floor of the building to climb up and rescue the trapped worker. Depending on which floors have caught fire, the worker will move to the lowest floor he can which isn't burning; you'll need to estimate which floor he'll be on when you position the ladder. Once the worker is safe, you move on to the next (more challenging) level. The fire in the building may spread quickly! If necessary, you can use a fire hose to put out the fire. Of course, you have a limited supply of water so make sure you don't run out! As the levels progress, the building becomes shorter and the fire spreads faster which means you don't have as much time in which to rescue the trapped victims. Learn More

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