If you’ve got an Atari 2600, you may have sat down for a quick game of Breakout or Warlords and your paddles are all jittery and rubbish. Yes, you can open them up and clean them, to see if that works, but if the sight of a screwdriver make you shudder then you can simply … You can now replace your jittery Atari 2600 paddles – Atari are selling new ones!
Atari announced yesterday the acquisition of more than a dozen Atari 2600 games published originally under the M Network label. The collection includes Armor Ambush, Astroblast, Frogs And Flies, Space Attack, and Star Strike. Atari will seek to expand digital and physical distribution of the classic titles, create new games based on the IPs, and … Atari buy rights to M Network games – Armor Ambush, Space Attack, Star Strike and more
Atari has partnered with Retro Arcade to create authentic replica arcade machine PCBs for Black Widow, Gravitar and Major Havoc. According to Atari, these are “games prized for their advanced gameplay and the relative rarity of cabinets.” These officially licensed reproductions are based on the original board sets and use the original bill of materials, … Atari are selling repro Arcade PCBs for Gravitar, Black Widow and Major Havoc
Boris Kretzinger’s book on the history of the Atari Jaguar is freely available for download at archive.org. Kretzinger says, “It took my a while to get there, and I enjoyed every minute of it. I hope you will appreciate and enjoy it as well.” In 2023 the Atari Jaguar celebrates its 30th anniversary. Atari … Clipped Claws is a free e-book celebrating 30 years of the Atari Jaguar
Atari have teamed up with Jeff Minter’s Llamasoft to create a modern version of Atari’s lost arcade game, Akka Arrh. The game was originally designed by Dave Ralston and Mike Hally in 1982. The game was reportedly completed, but Atari decided not to release it, supposedly as the game had unconventional gameplay and high level … Jeff Minter brings back Atari’s lost arcade game Akka Arrh, with new version
Arcade1Up are relaunching their Star Wars arcade machine for a limited time. The 40th Anniversary version of the machine features the Atari arcade versions of Star Wars, Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back and Star Wars: Return of the Jedi.
To celebrate Atari’s 50th anniversary, the company have teamed up with Lego to create a Lego version of Atari’s iconic first console, the Atari 2600. The set has been designed by lifelong Atari fan Chris McVeigh, who said about the design; “The Atari 2600 was one of the most memorable gifts I got as a … Lego are launching an Atari 2600 set
Atari are launching three unreleased games as part of their new AtariXP program. The games, which have previously been available on Atari Flashback devices and the Evercade, are now available as an official Atari 2600 Cart. Each of the three games are available as standard edition, and limited edition carts. The limited edition carts also … Atari to launch unreleased carts for 2600
Soul of the Beast is an Atari 2600 game inspired by the classic Amiga game, Shadow of the Beast. The game was previously under working title of Legacy of the Beast and was coded by Michael Christophersson (@aeriflame on Twitter.) and runs on NTSC Atari systems, as well as Stella, Gopher2600, OpenEMU or other Atari … Atari 2600 version of Shadow of the Beast finished
Evercade have partnered with Funstock to launch the Founders Edition of the Evercade VS console. The Founders Edition is limited to 5,000 units, and will be black instead of white. With the package, you will receive: Evercade VS Founder Edition Console (Black) Evercade VS Founder Edition Controller (2x Black) Evercade VS Founder Edition Exclusive … Evercade VS console “Founders Edition” available to pre-order today