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=> Atari Football
フットボール
1978 Black-and-white head-to-head football for two or four players. First arcade game to use a trackball as the controller.
Lunar Lander
ルナーランダー
1979 Check it out: Atari’s first vector graphics game. Using a throttle lever and rotation buttons, you attempt to land a manned spacecraft on the moon. Readouts show fuel usage and speed readings which must be coordinated for a successful landing.
Pigskin 621 A.D.
1990 Football with fantasy races. You and your opponent use weapons, traps, and magic to score touchdowns.
Black Widow
1981 Rare Taito game. Not to be confused with Atari's Black Widow, which came out in 1982.
Winter Games
1987 Rather tricky lil' game w/8 diffrent levels of snow slashin' atari action
Wheels Runner
1983 Electorcoin's copy of Atari's Super Sprint, but with lower resolution graphics.
Taito Cup Finals
0 Football (soccer) game where you can kick in opponents as well as score goals.
Biplane
1975 Two player game mode only. Game play simular to Atari Tank. Timed game.
Smash TV
1990 In the "distant" future of 1999, you are a contestant on the most violent game show of all – Smash TV. On this game show anything goes, as you attempt to collect prizes, cash, and keys by fighting off a host of enemies with your array of weapons. In some versions, if you collect enough keys, you are rewarded with a trip to the Pleasure Dome.
Qix
クイックス
1981 Qix (pronounced "kicks") is a simple and elegant game in which you claim territory by drawing boxes to fill a rectangular space. You must avoid the Qix – sticklike objects that float and bounce through your space in unpredictable patterns. You can rack up more points for creating boxes more slowly, and besides the Qix, you must be careful of Sparx and Fuses which appear if your marker stops while you are drawing.
Gauntlet Legends
ガントレット レジェンド
1998 The modern sequel to Atari's medieval fantasy hit, now in 3D.
American Football
アメリカンフットボール
1987 Football game similar to John Elway's Quarterback.
Space Race
スペースレース
1973 Post "Pong" entry for Atari/Syzzergy.
World Cup '90
ワールドカップ'90
1989 Football. (Soccer - for people on the other side of the pond).
Atari Basketball
バスケットボール
1979 One-on-one basketball. Also called Atari Basketball.
NFL Blitz
1997 Action-oriented 7-on-7 football. A.k.a. NFL Blitz.
NFL Blitz '99
1998 Action-oriented 7-on-7 football. A.k.a. NFL Blitz '99.
Gridiron Fight
グリダイアンファイト
1985 Football Game, table style. 1 player or 2 players head to head.
Pulsar
パルサー
1981 You drive through a maze while strange opponents fire at you. You must vanquish opponents before you move to the next maze. Watch for the maze to change, because as some walls disappear others materialize.
Violence Fight
バイオレンスファイト
1990 Primitive two player fighting game. Two players can duke it out in this 2d fighter similar to Pit Fighter.
King of Fighters '95
1995 Sequel to The King of Fighters 94. This game once again uses characters from SNK's other fighters but this time you can edit you teams to your liking.
Paddle Ball
パドルボール
1973 This game, like virtually every other video game from the early 70s, is a black and white Pong clone.
Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom
ダンジョンズ&ドラゴンズ
1994 Medieval 1-4 player cooperative slash'n'trash game where you choose from 4 diffrent characters, a fighter, an elf, a cleric and a dwarf.
Punky Doodle
1993 A PacMan-style game where Punky Doodle and his brother Curly Doodle defend the pumpkin patch against enemy monsters by drawing magic doodles using magic markers.
Metro Cross
1985 You control a runner in a series of timed races. You must run to the end of the hall before time runs out.
WWF Wrestlefest
WWFレッスルフェスト
1991 Wrestling, not that it's a sport really, just acting. WWF WrestleFest is a wrestling game that is a follow-up to WWF Superstars. One to four players can play in a Tag Team Challenge or the Battle Royal.
Outfoxies, The
1995 A one or two player game in which you choose from a wide variety of characters and battle to the death with your opponent.
Rip Off
リップオフ
1979 A cooperative two-player game in which you and your teammate try to protect fuel pods from the enemy tanks.
Ozma Wars
1979 Black-and-white space shooter for one or two players.
4-Player Bowling Alley
1978 Black-and-white bowling game for up to four players.
NBA Maximum Hangtime
1996 Action-oriented basketball featuring real NBA player faces and spectacular dunks.
Cabal
カベール
1989 Third person (behind player). Use a trackball to control a soldier and his aiming crosshair, and conduct attacks on various enemies. This game has quite a few "pseudo-hidden" power-ups and suprises.
Alien Syndrome
エイリアンシンドローム
1987 Third-person shooter where you get to blast all kinds of aliens and rescue people. You can also find power-ups for better blasting power!
Crime City
クライムシティー
1989 Classic-style walk-and-shoot, similar to E-Swat and Shinobi. Assume the role of two cops and go out stopping bank robberies, saving the kidnapped, and all that other good stuff cops do.
Trog
1990 Trog is a 1 to 4 player Pacman style game. Each player controls a dinosaur who must move around the island collecting their colored eggs and then making it back home first. There are 51 different levels.
Moon Alien-Part 2
1980 This game is very similar to Galaxian, except that there is now an energy meter at the bottom that decrements with time. If you do not destroy all the aliens before this meter empties, your ship is destroyed.
Print Club 2
1997 A classic photo booth that can be reconfigured to print stickers. Has two verified styles of printers and can print one, four or sixteen pictures to a page in beautiful photo-quality images. Has overlays that are applied to the frame of the image.
NBA Hangtime
1996 Four-player action basketball with real NBA players (or at least their faces).
Pleiads
1981 The same play style as Phoenix. Move your ship left and right, and destroy the enemy characters. Several different waves, with the major difference from Phoenix being a wave where you have to land the ship.
PAT 9000
1982 Atari test hardware.
Karate Champ
1984 Head to Head Karate, gaming's first complex beat-em-up - beat your opponent senseless
Peek a Boo
1993 By Jaleco. This game plays similar to Arkanoid, but at a seemingly smaller resolution. It runs on an 68000 chip. It should be noted that this is an "adult" game.
Warrior
ウォーリア
1978 Two-player sword-fighting game with vector graphics.
Spiderman
1991 Guide Spider-Man, Black-Cat, Hawkeye and/or Sub-Mariner as they punch and kick their way through four chapters worth of Dr. Doom's villains.
Space Invaders Part II
スペースインベーダーパート2
1980 Thump Thump Thump you shoot the aliens vertically to keep them from tromping down on to you. This was also the FIRST game to have a intermission between levels, ever!
R-Type Leo
R-Type LEO
1992 The last arcade game in the R-Type Trilogy by IREM. Rare, energetic, but lacks the skills and inteligence that the former R-Types require.
Playchoice 10 Cabinet
1986 A hardware design that reused the Punch Out!cabinet. A Nintendo Entertainment System with some hardware that handles changing/selecting games and buying game time.
NBA Jam
1993 Two on two basketbrawl using real NBA teams and players.
Legendary Wings
アレスの翼
1986 Two Player game similar to Xevious. Unique combination of vertical scroller (main game) and side scroller (underground sequences).