Lost Luggage

Lost Luggage, developed and published by Games by Apollo in 1982, is an action-packed Atari 2600 game where the player steps into the shoes of a busy skycap porter. The objective? Collect all the tumbling suitcases from a capricious baggage carousel before they crash onto the ground. At the beginning, the player has three suitcases … Read more

Final Approach

Final Approach is an air traffic control simulation game for the Atari 2600, where you play as an air traffic controller responsible for guiding planes to land safely at an international airport. The game consists of two main screens: Final Approach tests your strategy, decision-making, and quick reflexes as you juggle multiple planes simultaneously and … Read more

Space Canyon

Space Canyon is an Atari 2600 game in which the player controls a Tactical Advanced Weapons Tank (TAWT) that is ambushed by the Polydites, a hostile warring faction, while patrolling Sighah Canyon. The player is trapped and must fight off the enemies attacking from above and closing in from both ends of the canyon. Gameplay … Read more


Wabbit is an Atari 2600 farming simulation game with shoot ’em up elements, where players control a female character named “Billie Sue.” Her farm is overrun by rabbits that are feasting on her carrot crop. To protect the harvest, players must throw rotten eggs at the invading rabbits before they can carry the carrots off-screen. … Read more

Skeet Shoot

Skeet Shoot is an Atari 2600 game where the player takes on the role of a skeet shooter aiming to hit clay pigeons. Pressing the controller button launches a clay pigeon, and pressing it again fires a shot. The joystick is used to adjust the gun’s angle. If the bullet successfully hits the clay pigeon, … Read more


In the Atari 2600 game known as Lochjaw, players assume the role of a diver on a mission to gather diamonds scattered throughout a maze while evading a relentless shark that patrols the screen. Completing a level requires collecting all diamonds, allowing progression to the subsequent stage. However, the shark can consume diamonds, reducing the … Read more