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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. Bowling ( Atari 2600)

    Bowling ( Atari 2600)

    £5.00

    Out of stock

    Bowling is, of course, a bowling game which can be played by one or two players. Gameplay is from a side view of the bowling alley; using the joystick, you need to try to bowl the highest score possible by knocking down the pins on the right side of the screen. There are several game variations available; in the easier variation, you can use the joystick to control the direction of the ball on it's way towards the pins. In the harder game, once the ball is released you no longer can control its direction. There are also two difficulty levels which control how difficult it is to get a strike. Learn More
  2. Defender ( Atari 2600)

    Defender ( Atari 2600)

    £9.00

    Published by
    Sears, Roebuck and Co.
    Developed by
    Williams Electronics Inc.
    Released
    1981

     

    Also For

    Apple II, Atari 5200, Atari 8-bit, ColecoVision, Commodore 64, Intellivision, PC Booter, TI-99/4A, VIC-20, Xbox 360

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  3. Superman ( Atari 2600)

    Superman ( Atari 2600)

    £9.00

    The Man of Steel takes flight in his first video game adaptation. When Lex Luthor destroys the Metropolis bridge, Clark Kent must run to the nearest phone booth to become Superman and save the day. Along the way, Superman must be wary of thugs, a helicopter that can either help or hinder him, three Kryptonite satellites, and even Lex Luthor himself. If Superman meets with one of Luthor's Kryptonite traps, he becomes unable to fly, unless he can find Lois Lane for help. Repair the bridge, put the crooks in jail, then get back to the Daily Planet in time for the next adventure. HAS A LETTER P ON TOP LID, PRICE STICKER ON BOTTOM LID Learn More
  4. Warlords ( Atari 2600)

    Warlords ( Atari 2600)

    £9.00

    Out of stock

    In Warlords, you need to defend yourself from three human and/or computer players. Each of the four players are in one of the corners of the screen guarded by a castle. You control a small shield which can be moved around the edge of the castle. To survive you need to use the shield to block a ball which bounces around the screen. If the ball hits your castle, it will take out some of the bricks. If a hole forms in the castle wall and the ball makes it though and hits your warlord, then you are out of the game. The last player left alive wins the battle, and the first player to win five battles wins the game! Several game options are included which allow you to either catch or ricochet the ball when the shield touches it, and control the speed of the game. Learn More
  5. Miniature Golf  ( Atari 2600)

    Miniature Golf ( Atari 2600)

    £6.00

    This is a computer game simulation of a Miniature Golf course. It attempts to refine your sense of timing and your perceptiveness in judging distance. As in a traditional miniature golf course, a variety of obstacles are placed in your path to the "cup." Depending on the game that is selected, the course can be played solo, or a two player competition can be initiated. Rather than a full 18 holes, this Miniature Golf variation has a nine-hole half-course. Your goal is clear: taking the various obstacles into account, hit the ball through the course and complete each hole by knocking the ball into the cup. The number of attempts you make for a single hole is tallied as strokes. While total strokes are unlimited, each hole still has a specific par assigned to it. So ideally, you should make it your goal to not exceed the par assigned to each hole. Using the standard joystick controller, you can position the club to adjust the strength and angle of how the ball is hit. Remember that no matter how many strokes have accrued, it is necessary to get the ball in the cup before the game continues on to the next hole. AA LETTER P IS ON THE TOP LID Learn More
  6. RealSports Volleyball

    RealSports Volleyball ( Atari 2600 )

    £10.00

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

     

    Also For

    Atari 5200, Atari 8-bit, ColecoVision, Commodore 64, Intellivision, MSX

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  7. Demons to Diamonds ( Atari 2600 )

    Demons to Diamonds ( Atari 2600 )

    £7.00

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

    Platform
    Atari 2600
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  8. Codebreaker ( Atari 2600)

    Codebreaker ( Atari 2600)

    £9.00

    Out of stock

    In Codebreaker your goal is to guess a 3 or 4 digit secret code which is generated by either the computer or another player. Depending on the difficulty setting, the player has either 8 or 12 guesses to figure out the code by entering in values with the keyboard controller. After each guess, the computer analyzes your input and displays results which indicate if you have a correct digit in the correct position, a correct digit in the wrong position, or no correct digits at all. Points are scored based on how many turns it takes to correctly identify the code. A second game variation called Nim is also included. In this game, two players take turns removing items from a stack. On each turn, a player must take at least one item from a stack, and the player who removes the last item from the screen wins. You can have the computer set up the stacks automatically or set them up manually, and a variation is included where the player who removes the last item from the screen loses rather than wins. SMALL TARE TOP RIGHT CORNER Learn More
  9. Raiders of the Lost Ark ( Atari 2600 )

    Raiders of the Lost Ark ( Atari 2600 )

    £14.00

    Out of stock

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

    Platform
    Atari 2600
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  10. Pitfall!  ( Atari 2600 )

    Pitfall! ( Atari 2600 )

    £10.00

    Out of stock

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

     

    Also For

    Atari 5200, Atari 8-bit, ColecoVision, Commodore 64, Intellivision, MSX

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