Mike’s Atari 2600 Collection

Mike / November 5th, 2007

Color Key

ORANGE = I OWN IT
GREY = I DON’T OWN IT

Starpath Supercharger Cassette Games

Note: The list here is what I consider to be the complete list of unique Atari 2600 games. There are many other Atari 2600 cartridges out there which are not included here. For example, Video Life and Magicard are not on my list because they aren’t even games. Sure, I’d like to own them, but just as oddities. Also, label variants are not part of this list. 

I decided to start collecting Atari label variants. It can be a bit confusing to figure out. So I created a Facebook group that shows actual photos of my 2600 carts divided into categories. If you use facebook, you can join the group here

 

I also have a list here for my Atari text/picture variants

And here is a list of my Red Label 2600 carts 

 

Atari 2600 Games 

0-9

3-D Tic-Tac-Toe (Atari) – 1980  (See my review here)

 

A

Adventure (Atari) – 1979
Adventures of Tron (M-Network) – 1982
Airlock (Data Age) – 1982
Air Raid (MenAVision)
Air Raiders (M-Network) – 1982
Air-Sea Battle (Atari) – 1977
Alien (20th Century Fox) – 1982
Alpha Beam with Ernie (Atari) – 1983
Amidar (Parker Brothers) – 1982
Arcade Pinball (Sears)
Armor Ambush (M-Network) – 1982
Artillery Duel (Xonox) – 1983 (double ender)
Assault (Bomb) – 1983
Asterix (1983) “The silver labels from 1983 are the originals and were released in both NTSC and PAL format. The gray labels from 1985/86 are reissues in PAL format only.”
Asteroids (Atari) – 1981
Astroblast (M-Network) – 1982
Atari Video Cube (Atari)
Atlantis (Imagic) – 1982
Atlantis II (Imagic) – 1982 Same graphics, faster gameplay. Looks identical to normal atlantis cart. Score different.

 

B

BMX Airmaster (TNT Games) – 1989
Bachelor Party / Gigalo
Backgammon (Atari) – 1979
Bank Heist (20th Century Fox) – 1983
Barnstorming (Activision) – 1982
Baseball (Sears) 
Basic Math (Atari) – 1977
Basic Programming (Atari) – 1979
Basketball (Atari) – 1978
Battlezone (Atari) – 1983
Beamrider (Activision) – 1984
Beany Bopper (20th Century Fox) – 1982
Bermuda Triangle (Data Age) – 1982

Berenstain Bears (Coleco)
Berzerk (Atari) – 1982

Birthday Mania (Personal games) 1984 Rarest 2600 game
Big Bird’s Egg Catch (Atari) – 1983
Blackjack (Atari) – 1977
Blue Print (CBS Electronics) – 1982
Boing! (First Star Software) – 1983
Bowling (Atari) – 1979
Boxing (Activision) – 1980
Brain Games (Atari) – 1978
Breakaway IV (Sears)
Breakout (Atari) – 1978
Bridge (Activision) – 1981
Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom (Sega) – 1983
Bugs (Data Age) – 1982
Bump ‘n’ Jump (M-Network) – 1983
Bumper Bash (Spectravision) – 1983
Burgertime (M-Network) – 1983
Burning Desire / Bachelorette Party

 

C

Cakewalk (Commavid) – 1983 
Canyon Bomber (Atari) – 1978
California Games (Epyx) – 1987
Capture (Telegames)
Carnival (Coleco) – 1982
Cathouse Blues / Philly Flasher
Casino (Atari) – 1978
Centipede (Atari) – 1982
Championship Soccer (Atari) – 1980
Chase (Sears)
Chase the Chuck Wagon (Spectravision) – 1983
Checkers (Activision) – 1981
China Syndrome (Spectravision) – 1983
Chopper Command (Activision) – 1982
Chuck Norris Superkicks (Xonox) – 1983 (double ender)
Circus Atari (Atari) – 1980
Coconuts (Telesys) – 1982
Codebreaker (Atari) – 1978
Combat (Atari) – TEXT

Combat (Atari) Picture
Commando (Activision) – 1988
Commando Raid (US Games) – 1982
Communist Mutants from Space (Cassette) (Starpath) – 1982
Concentration (Atari) – 1978
Condor Attack (Ultravision) – 1983
Congo Bongo (Sega) – 1983
Cookie Monster Munch (Atari) – 1983
Cosmic Ark (Imagic) – 1982
Cosmic Commuter (Activision) – 1985
Cosmic Corridor (Zimag) – 1983
Cosmic Creeps (Telesys) – 1982
Cosmic Swarm (CommaVid) – 1982
Crackpots (Activision) – 1983
Crash Dive (20th Century Fox) – 1983
Crazy Climber (Atari) – 1982
Cross Force (Spectravision) – 1983
Crossbow (Atari) – 1988
Cruise Missile (Froggo) – 1987
Crypts of Chaos (20th Century Fox) – 1982
Crystal Castles (Atari) – 1984
Custer’s Revenge (Mystique) – 1983

 

D

Dare Diver (Sears)
Dark Cavern (M-Network) – 1982 “had a re-release called Night Stalker”
Dark Chambers (Atari) – 1988
Deadly Duck (20th Century Fox)
Death Trap (Avalon Hill)
Decathlon (Activision) – 1983
Defender (Atari) – 1982 & Defender Tele-games variant
Defender II (Atari) – 1988
Demolition Herby (Telesys) – 1983
Demon Attack (Imagic) – 1982
Demons to Diamonds (Atari) – 1982
Desert Falcon (Atari)
Dice Puzzle (Panda Computer Games) – 1983
Dig Dug (Atari) – 1983
Dishaster (Zimag) – 1982 
Dodge ‘Em (Atari) – 1980
Dodger Cars (Sears)
Dolphin (Activision) – 1983
Donkey Kong (Coleco) – 1982
Donkey Kong Jr (Atari) – 1983
Double Dragon (Activision) – 1989
Double Dunk (Atari) – 1988
Dragonfire (Imagic) – 1983
Dragonstomper (cassette) (Starpath) – 1982
Dragster (Activision) – 1980

 

E

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (Atari) – 1982 (See the AVGN review here)
Earth Dies Screaming (20th Century Fox) – 1982
Eggomania (US Games) – 1982
Eli’s Ladder (Simage) – 1982
Encounter at L-5 (Data Age) – 1982
Enduro (Activision) – 1983  (Also have blue variant)
Entombed (US Games) – 1982

Escape From The Mindmaster (Cassette) (Starpath) – 1982
Espial (Tigervision) – 1984
Exocet (Panda Computer Games) – 1983

Extra Terrestrials (Silk Screen Games) 1984

 

F

Fantastic Voyage (20th Century Fox) – 1982
Fast Eddie (20th Century Fox) – 1982
Fast Food (Telesys) – 1982
Fathom (Imagic) – 1983
Final Approach (Apollo) – 1982
Fire Fighter (Imagic) – 1982
Fire Fly (Mythicon)
Fireball (cassette) (Starpath)
Fishing Derby (Activision) – 1980  (Also have blue variant)
Flag Capture (Atari) – 1978
Flash Gordon (20th Century Fox) – 1983
Football (Atari) – 1978 & Telegames variant
Frankenstein’s Monster (Data Age) – 1983
Freeway (Activision) – 1981 (Also have blue variant)
Frogger (Parker Brothers) – 1982
Frogger, The Official (cassette) (Starpath) – 1983
Frogger II: Threeedeep! (Parker Brothers) – 1984
Frogs and Flies (M-Network) – 1982
Front Line (Coleco) – 1983
Frostbite (Activision) – 1983
Fun With Numbers (Atari) – 1978

 

G

G.I. Joe: Cobra Strike (Parker Brothers) – 1983 (two label variations)
Galaxian (Atari) – 1983

Gamma-Attack (Gammation) (Reproduction by Gammation)
Gangster Alley (Spectravision) – 1983
Gas Hog (Spectravision) – 1983
Gauntlet (Answer Software) – 1983
Ghost Manor (Xonox) – 1983 
Ghostbusters (Activision) – 1985 (Also have blue variant)
Glacier Patrol (Telegames) – 1983
Glib (Selchow and Righter) – 1983
Golf (Atari) CX-2634 – 1980
Golf (Sears)
Gopher (US Games) – 1982
Gorf (CBS Electronics) – 1982
Grand Prix (Activision) – 1982 (Also have blue variant)
Gravitar (Atari) – 1983
Great Escape (Bomb) – 1983
Gremlins (Atari) – 1986
Guardian (Apollo) – 1982
Gunslinger (Sears)
Gyruss (Parker Brothers) – 1983

 

H

H.E.R.O. (Activision) – 1984
Halloween (Wizard Video) – 1983 (I have version with actual label)
Hangman (Atari) – 1978 there is also a 1986 rerelease with a grey label. I have the original black one.
Harbor Escape (Panda Computer Games) – 1983 (same as River Raid)
Haunted House (Atari) – 1981
Home Run (Atari) – 1978
Human Cannonball (Atari) – 1978
Hunt & Score (Atari) – 1978

 

I

I Want My Mommy (Zimag) – 1982
Ice Hockey (Activision) – 1981 (Also have blue variant)
Ikari Warriors (Atari) – 1990
Indy 500 (Atari) – 1977
Infiltrate (Apollo) – 1982 & Blue variant
International Soccer (M-Network) – 1982

 

J

James Bond 007 (Parker Brothers) – 1983
Jawbreaker (Tigervision) – 1982
Journey Escape (Data Age) – 1982
Joust (Atari) – 1983
Jr. Pac-Man (Atari) – 1987
Jungle Hunt (Atari) – 1983

 

K

Kaboom! (Activision) – 1981
Kangaroo (Atari) – 1983

Karate (Froggo) – 1983  Also has a rare variation made by Ultravision
Keystone Kapers (Activision) – 1983 (Also have blue variant)
Killer Satellites (Cassette) (Starpath) – 1982
King Kong (Tigervision) – 1982
Knight on the Town / Jungle Fever
Kool-Aid Man (M-Network) – 1983
Krull (Atari) – 1983
Kung-Fu Master (Activision) – 1987
Kung Fu Superkicks (Telegames)

 

L

Lady in Wading / Beat Em’ & Eat Em’
Laser Blast (Activision) – 1981
Laser Gates (Imagic) – 1983
Lochjaw (Apollo) – 1982
Lock ‘N Chase (M-Network) – 1982
London Blitz (Avalon Hill) – 1983
Lost Luggage (Apollo)

 

M

M*A*S*H (20th Century Fox) – 1982
M.A.D. (US Games) – 1982
Malagai (Answer Software) – 1983
Mangia’ (Spectravision) – 1983
Marauder (Tigervision) – 1982
Marine Wars (Konami) – 1983
Mario Bros. (Atari) – 1983
Master Builder (Spectravision) – 1983
Masters of the Universe: The Power of He-Man (M-Network) – 1983
Math Gran Prix (Atari) – 1982
Maze (Sears)
Maze Craze: A Game of Cops and Robbers (Atari) – 1978

Maze Mania (Sears) (Also have blue variant)
Megaforce (20th Century Fox) – 1983
Megamania (Activision) – 1982
Memory Match (Sears)
Midnight Magic (Atari) – 1987
Millipede (Atari) – 1984
Miner 2049er (Tigervision) – 1982

Miner 2049er II (Tigervision) – 1983
Mines of Minos (CommaVid)
Miniature Golf (Atari) – 1979
Missile Command (Atari) – 1981
Mogul Maniac (Amiga) – 1983
Montezuma’s Revenge: Starring Panama Joe (Parker Brothers) – 1983
Moon Patrol (Atari) – 1983
Moonsweeper (Imagic) – 1983 (Also have blue variant)
MotoRodeo (Atari) – 1990
Motocross Racer (Xonox) – 1984
Mountain King (CBS Electronics) – 1983
Mouse Trap (Coleco) – 1982

Mouse Trap Brown version Coleco
Mr. Do! (Coleco) – 1983 
Mr. Do’s Castle (Parker Brothers) – 1983 
Ms. Pac-Man (Atari) – 1982

Music Machine (Sparrow)

 

N

Name This Game (VidTec) – 1982
Nexar (Spectravision) – 1982 – Full title is “Challenge of Nexar”
Night Driver (Atari) – 1978
No Escape! (Imagic) – 1983

 

O
Obelix (Atari) NTSC carts exist but rare. Sold in canada only
Off the Wall (Atari) – 1989
Oink! (Activision) – 1982
Omega Race (CBS Electronics)
Oscar’s Trash Race (Atari) – 1983
Othello (Atari) – 1978
Out of Control (Avalon Hill) – 1983
Outer Space (Sears) – 1977
Outlaw (Atari) – 1978

 

P

Pac-Man (Atari)
Party Mix (cassette) (Starpath)
Pelé’s Soccer (Atari)
Pengo (Atari)
Pepsi Invaders “coke wins” (Atari) – 1983
Pete Rose Baseball (Absolute Entertainment)
Phaser Patrol (cassette) (Starpath)
Phoenix (Atari)
Picnic (US Games)
Piece o’Cake (US Games)
Pigs In Space (Atari)
Pitfall! (Activision)
Pitfall II: Lost Caverns (Activision)
Planet Patrol (Spectravision)
Plaque Attack (Activision)
Poker Plus (Sears) – 1979
Polaris (Tigervision)
Pole Position (Atari) / & Pole Posit’n variant
Pong Sports (Sears) Two Label variations 
Pooyan (Konami)
Popeye (Parker Brothers)
Porky’s (20th Century Fox) (See the AVGN review here)
Pressure Cooker (Activision)
Private Eye (Activision)

 

Q

Q-bert’s Qubes (Parker Brothers) (See my review here)
Q-bert (Parker Brothers)
Quadrun (Atari)
Quest for Quintana Roo (Telegames)
Quick Step (Imagic)

 

R

Rabbit Transit (cassette) (Starpath)
Race (Sears)
Racquetball (Apollo)
Radar Lock (Atari)
Raft Rider (US Games)
Raiders of the Lost Ark (Atari)
Ram It (Telesys)
Rampage (Activision)
Reactor (Parker Brothers)
Realsports Baseball (Atari)
Realsports Boxing (Atari)
Realsports Football (Atari)
Realsports Soccer (Atari)
Realsports Tennis (Atari)
Realsports Volleyball (Atari)

Rescue Terra I (VentureVision)
Revenge of the Beefsteak Tomatoes (20th Century Fox)
Riddle of the Sphinx (Imagic)
River Patrol (Tigervision)
River Raid (Activision) (Also have blue variant)
River Raid II (Activision)
Road Runner (Atari)
Robin Hood (Xonox)
Robot Tank (Activision)
Roc ‘N Rope (Coleco) – 1984
Room of Doom (CommaVid)
Rubik’s Cube (Atari)

 

S

Sea Hawk (Froggo)
Sea Hunt (Froggo)
Seamonster (Puzzy)
Seaquest (Activision)
Secret Quest (Atari)
Sentinel (Atari)
Shark Attack (Apollo)
Shootin’ Gallery (Imagic)
Shuttle Orbiter (Avalon Hill)
Sir Lancelot (Xonox)
Skate Boardin’: A Radical Adventure (Absolute Entertainment)
Skeet Shoot (Apollo)
Skiing (Activision)
Sky Diver (Atari)
Sky Jinks (Activision)
Sky Skipper (Parker Brothers)
Slot Machine (Atari)
Slot Racers (Atari)
Slots (Sears)
Smurf: Rescue in Gargamel’s Castle (Coleco) – 1982
Smurfs Save the Day (Atari)
Sneak ‘N Peek (VidTec)
Snoopy and The Red Baron (Atari)
Solar Fox (CBS Electronics)
Solar Storm (Imagic)
Solaris (Atari)
Sorcerer (Mythicon)
Sorcerer’s Apprentice (Atari)
Space Attack (M-Network)
Space Canyon (Panda Computer Games)
Space Cavern (Apollo)
Space Chase (Apollo)
Space Combat (Sears)

Space Invaders (Atari) 
Space Jockey (VidTec)
Space Shuttle: A Journey Into Space (Activision) (Also have blue variant)

Space Tunnel (Puzzy/ CCE?)
Space War (Atari)
Spacemaster X-7 (20th Century Fox)
Speedway II (Sears)
Spelling (Sears)
Spiderdroid (Froggo)
Spider Fighter (Activision)
Spider-Man (Parker Brothers)
Spider Maze (K-Tel Vision) RARE
Spike’s Peak (Xonox) (double ender)
Spitfire Attack (Milton Bradley) missing label
Springer (Tigervision)
Sprintmaster (Atari)
Spy Hunter (Sega) – 1983
Squeeze Box (US Games)
Sssnake (Data Age)
Stampede (Activision)
Star Fox (Mythicon)

Star Raiders (Atari)
Star Ship (Atari)
Star Strike (M-Network)
Star Voyager (Imagic)
Star Trek (Sega) 1983
Star Wars Return of the Jedi: Death Star Battle (Parker Brothers)
Star Wars: Jedi Arena (Parker Brothers)
Star Wars: The Arcade Game (Parker Brothers)
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (Parker Brothers)
Stargate (Atari)
Stargunner (Telesys)
Starmaster (Activision)
Steeplechase (Sears)
Stellar Track (Sears)
Strategy X (Konami)
Strawberry Shortcake: Musical Match-ups (Parker Brothers)
Street Racer (Atari)

Stronghold (CommaVid) 
Stuntman (Panda)
Sub Scan (Sega) – 1983
Submarine Commander (Sears)
Subterranea (Imagic)
Suicide Mission (cassette) (Starpath)
Summer Games (Epyx)
Super Baseball (Atari)
Super Breakout (Atari)
Super Challenge Baseball (M-Network)
Super Challenge Football (M-Network)
Super Cobra (Parker Brothers)
Super Football (Atari)
Superman (Atari)
Surround (Atari)
Survival Island (cassette) (Starpath)
Survival Run (Milton Bradley)
Sword of Saros (cassette) (Starpath)
Swordquest: Earthworld (Atari)
Swordquest: Fireworld (Atari)
Swordquest: Waterworld (Atari)

 

T

Tac-Scan (Sega) – 1983
Tank Brigade (Panda Computer Games) – 1983
Tank Plus (Sears)
Tanks But No Tanks (Zimag)
Tapeworm (Spectravision)
Tapper (Sega) – 1984
Target Fun (Sears)
Task Force (Froggo)
Tax Avoiders (American Videogame)
Taz (Atari)
Tennis (Activision)
Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Wizard Video)
Threshold (Tigervision)
Thunderground (Sega) 1983
Time Pilot (Coleco) – 1983
Title Match Pro Wrestling (Absolute Entertainment)
Tomarc The Barbarian (Xonox)
Tomcat: The F-14 Fighter Simulator (Absolute Entertainment)
Tooth Protectors (DSD/Camelot)
Towering Inferno (US Games)
Track & Field (Atari)
Trick Shot (Imagic)
Tron: Deadly Discs (M-Network)

Tunnel Runner (CBS Electronics)
Turmoil (20th Century Fox) 
Tutankham (Parker Brothers)

 

U

Up’n Down (Sega) – 1984

 

V

Vanguard (Atari)
Venture (Atari)
Video Checkers (Atari)
Video Chess (Atari)

Video Jogger (Exus)
Video Olympics (Atari)

Video Reflex (Exus)
Video Pinball (Atari)
Vulture Attack (K-Tel Vision)

 

W

Wabbit (Apollo)
Wall Ball (Avalon Hill)
Wall Defender (Bomb)
Warlords (Atari)
Warplock (Data Age)
Winter Games (Epyx)
Wizard of Wor (CBS Electronics) (See my review here)
Word Zapper (US Games)
Worm War I (20th Century Fox) – 1982

 

X

X-man (Gamex) 
Xenophobe (Atari)

 

Y

Yars’ Revenge (Atari)

 

Z

Z-Tack (Bomb)
Zaxxon (Coleco)

 

Zellers Company Games

Busy Police
Challenge
Chess
Circus
Dragon Treasure
Earth Attack
Farmer Dan
Freeway
Frontline
Inca Gold
Laser Volley
Pinball
Ocean City Defender
Scuba Diver
Space Adventure
Time Warp

Homebrew 2600 Games

Asteroids Deluxe
Beef Drop
Crazy Balloon
Desert Bus
Evil Dead 2
Incoming!
Jr. Pac-Man
Lady Bug
Legend of Zelda
Marble Craze
Pac-Man Collection
Oysteron
Space Treat Deluxe
Super Pac-Man (Atari 7800)
Toushop Trouble
Ultra SCSIcide

Comments

  • July 23, 2011 at 10:51 pm

    Why do you only have Atari 2600 games? Well anyways you have a pretty good collection!

  • Matthew_Of_Wales

    September 2, 2011 at 12:02 am

    That’s one helluva collection. And here I am with seven Atari Games and no console to play them on.

    Keep on collecting, dude! :D

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