Atari 5200 collection

James / September 30th, 2007

BLUE = I OWN IT

WHITE= I DON’T OWN IT

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The Activision Decathlon (Activision) – 1983

Astro Chase (Parker Brothers) – 1984

Ballblazer (Atari/Lucasfilm Games) – 1986

Beamrider (Activision) – 1983

Berzerk (Atari) – 1983

Blue Print (CBS Electronics) – 1983

Bounty Bob Strikes Back (Big Five Software) – 1984

Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom (Sega) – 1983

Centipede (Atari) – 1982

Choplifter! (Atari) – 1984

Congo Bongo (Sega) – 1983

Countermeasure (Atari) – 1982

Defender (Atari) – 1982

Dig Dug (Atari) – 1983

The Dreadnaught Factor (Activision) – 1983

Frogger (Parker Brothers) – 1983

Frogger II: Threeedeep! (Parker Brothers) – 1983

Galaxian (Atari) – 1982

Gorf (CBS Electronics) – 1983

Gremlins (Atari) – 1986

Gyruss (Parker Brothers) – 1984

H.E.R.O. (Activision) – 1984

James Bond 007 (Parker Brothers) – 1984

Joust (Atari) – 1983

Jungle Hunt (Atari) – 1983

K-Razy Shootout (CBS Electronics) – 1983

Kaboom! (Activision) – 1984

Kangaroo (Atari) – 1983

Keystone Kapers (Activision) – 1984

Mario Bros. (Atari) – 1983

Megamania (Activision) – 1983

Meteorites (Electra Concepts) – 1983

Miner 2049er (Big Five Software) – 1983

Missile Command (Atari) – 1982

Montezuma’s Revenge (Parker Brothers) – 1984

Moon Patrol (Atari) – 1983

Mountain King (CBS Electronics) – 1983

Mr. Do!’s Castle (Parker Brothers) – 1984

Ms. Pac-Man (Atari) – 1983

Pac-Man (Atari) – 1982

Pengo (Atari) – 1983

Pitfall! (Activision) – 1984

Pitfall II: Lost Caverns (Activision) – 1984

Pole Position (Atari) – 1983

Popeye (Parker Brothers) – 1983

Q*bert (Parker Brothers) – 1983

Qix (Atari) – 1982

Quest for Quintana Roo (Sunrise) – 1984

Realsports Baseball (Atari) – 1982

Realsports Football (Atari) – 1982

Realsports Soccer (Atari) – 1982

Realsports Tennis (Atari) – 1982

Rescue on Fractalus! (Atari/Lucasfilm Games) – 1986

River Raid (Activision) – 1983

Robotron: 2084 (Atari) – 1983

Space Dungeon (Atari) – 1983

Space Invaders (Atari) – 1982

Space Shuttle (Activision) – 1983

Star Raiders (Atari) – 1982

Star Trek: Strategic Operations Simulator (Sega) – 1983

Star Wars: Return of the Jedi Death Star Battle (Parker Brothers) – 1983

Star Wars: The Arcade Game (Parker Brothers) – 1983

Super Breakout (Atari) – 1982

Super Cobra (Parker Brothers) – 1983

Vanguard (Atari) – 1983

Wizard of Wor (CBS Electronics) – 1983

Zaxxon (Sega) – 1984

Zenji (Activision) – 1984

Zone Ranger (Activision) – 1984

Comments

  • dark gamer

    November 27, 2010 at 2:32 pm

    how are you supose to play the games the controllers don’t work

  • cool99

    July 2, 2011 at 2:12 am

    can the 7800 play these games?

  • ccoxe0

    July 7, 2011 at 2:06 am

    No, no it can’t.

  • nawrusi

    July 22, 2011 at 7:05 am

    must suck you can`t play them

  • Cool Awesomeness

    January 5, 2014 at 2:22 pm

    that’s a lot of classics you missed

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