|CBS Video joined the list of 2600 publishers in 1982 and began by licensing
high profile arcade games from companies such as Bally
of Wor, Gorf).
They also introduced RAM+, an additional chip for Atari 2600 games that increased
the RAM of the 2600. This technology was used in Mountain
King, and received rave reviews from fans and critics. CBS was one of the
better publishers during this time, but they too fell victim to the videogame
crash and ceased publication in 1984.|