AtariAge have launched several new*. cartridges for the Atari 2600, 5200 and 7800 consoles. They say:
We have now added these new games to the AtariAge Store, and you can order them today! We’ll work hard to make sure any games you order in November will arrive in time for Christmas if you’re in the US. Outside the US shipping times are a bit more unpredictable, but the earlier you order, the better your odds.
The new games are:
(Atari 2600, NTSC only)
Balloon Trip is a one player game in which you need to collect as many balloons as possible, while avoiding sparks and sharks! Balloon Trip was coded by Bluswimmer with packaging design by Vladimir Zuñiga.
Dungeon II: Solstice
Dungeon II: Solstice is the sequel to Dungeon, the popular dungeon crawl game by David Weavil released in 2009.
Froggie is a clone of Frogger, which was never ported to the Atari 7800. This version was coded by Matthias Luedtke.
Mappy is a port of the unique arcade game of the same name, brought over to the 2600 by John W. Champeau, whose previous Atari 2600 efforts include Super Cobra Arcade, Scramble, Conquest of Mars, and Lady Bug.
Coded by Ryan Witmer, RealSports Curling supports up to 8 players and features a skilled computer opponent. Players must carefully aim and sweep their shots while adjusting to changing strategic situations. Games range in length from 1 to 10 ends.
Serpentine is an original maze game, programmed by David Snider and ported to the Atari 7800 by Mike Saarna. Serpentine features 20 different mazes, and a high score table.
Sheep It Up!
Sheep It Up! is an arcade game where a sheep has to climb up by hanging himself to flying velcro straps. Coded by Dr. Ludos, who also created the game for the Game Boy last year.
While piloting a spacecraft beyond the edge of human-controlled space, you receive word that humanity is under attack. You must seek out the enemy-infected colonies and save the humans by destroying the mutant creatures terrorizing your people. You must do everything in your power to save the human race! Keep your aim true and defeat the Kraal! Coded by Karl Garrison.
You can find all of these at the Atari Age website
*new-ish, can you really count the likes of Mappy and Frogger, sorry Froggie as new?