New 2600, 5200, 7800 Games Arrive!
We've just unleashed over 20 new games for the Atari 2600, 5200, and 7800! There are games here for everyone: arcade games, puzzle games, adventure games, maze games, and more! We've also added the QuadTari to the store, which allows you to connect up to four controllers to your 2600, or two controllers with an AtariVox or SaveKey. We now have eight games in the store which support the QuadTari!
Please be aware that due to the expected volume in orders, it will take some time to build and ship games. We expect these orders to begin shipping at the end of February, and they will be shipped in the order received. Once we begin shipping, all outstanding orders should go out fairly quickly. We already have all the printed materials for these games (boxes, manuals, labels, posters), so there will be no delays due to those items.
As a bonus, we've also added ZeroPage Homebrew - The Game to the store to make it easier for people to obtain a copy in physical form. And finally, the games we released at the end of 2021 are now available to purchase at a lower cost without a box (although you can still optionally purchase the box if you'd like).
Without further ado, here are all the new games! Click on any of the images to jump directly to that game in the store:
Here's a list of the games:
- Blocks (2600)
- Boulder Dash (2600)
- Gorf Arcade (2600)
- Grizzards (2600)
- Lode Runner (2600)
- Oozy the Goo Slime Quest (2600)
- QYX (2600)
- RAPTOR (2600)
- rubyQ (2600)
- Stratovox (2600)
- VROOM! (2600)
- Rob 'n' Banks (5200)
- 2048 (7800)
- Attack of the PETSCII Robots (7800)
- Dragon's Havoc (7800)
- Galaxian (7800)
- Keystone Koppers (7800)
- Pac-Man Collection 40th Anniversary Edition (7800)
- Popeye (7800)
- Slide Boy in Maze Land (7800)
- UniWar S (7800)
QuadTari Four-Player Adapter Now Available!
We now have the QuadTari available for purchase in the AtariAge Store! The QuadTari is a device for the Atari 2600 that allows for four-player support with joystick-based games. The QuadTari also allows an AtariVox or SaveKey to be used with two-player joystick-based games when the controllers are plugged into the first port, and the AtariVox or SaveKey is plugged into the second port.
Paddle-based games can also take advantage of the QuadTari, as long as they only use the fire button. Presently, the game VROOM! uses this control scheme, allowing up to eight players to play simultaneously.
The QuadTari features two cables that exit from the top of the unit. These cables plug into your consoles two controller ports. It then provides four controller ports into which you can connect controllers and an AtariVox or SaveKey.
QuadTari Supported Games
The QuadTari includes the QuadTari unit (with the two cables that plug into your console) and an eight-page manual.
Our 2021 Games Now Available Without Boxes
We've updated all the 2600, 5200, and 7800 games we released in 2021 so you can now purchase them at a lower cost without the box. These games still come with the high-quality manuals you expect from AtariAge (you do read those, right?), just not the box. You can still buy the box with the game if you'd like, of course!
Click on any of the images to jump straight to that game:
Here's a list of the games:
- Doggone It! (2600)
- Escape From The Castle (2600)
- Game of the Bear (2600)
- Hellway (2600)
- Lady Bug Arcade (2600)
- Mr. Yo-Yo (2600)
- RobotWar:2684 (2600)
- Soul of the Beast (2600)
- Unholy (2600)
- Intellidiscs (5200)
- Danger Zone (7800)
- Dragon's Descent (7800)
- Knight Guy in Low-Res World - Castle Days (7800)
- Wizard's Dungeon (7800)
New Jaguar Games Arrive - Gods, The Chaos Engine, Stormbringer!
We're proud to announce the immediate availability of three new games for the Atari Jaguar - Gods, The Chaos Engine, and Stormbringer! You can now enjoy these three classic computer games on the Jaguar with new soundtracks and no slow floppy loading! Gods and The Chaos Engine were developed by The Bitmap Brothers and were popular and well-reviewed back when they were released. Stormbringer is the fourth game in the Magic Knight series created by David Jones.
Click on the images below to jump straight to each game to learn more about them!