Night Driver

Night Driver is one of the earliest first-person racing video games and is commonly believed to be one of the first published video games to display real-time first-person graphics. Night Driver gameplay The player controls a car which must be driven along a road at nighttime without crashing into the sides of the road as … Read more

Missile Command

Missile Command is a 1980 shoot’em up arcade video game developed and published by Atari. Atari brought the game to its home systems beginning with the 1981 Atari VCS port by Rob Fulop which sold over 2.5 million copies. The player’s six cities are being attacked by an endless hail of ballistic missiles, some of … Read more

Demon Attack

Demon Attack is supposedly based on the 1979 arcade shooter Galaxian, though it closely resembles several waves from the 1980 arcade game Phoenix. The similarities prompted a lawsuit from Atari, Inc., who had purchased the latter’s home video game rights. Imagic settled out of court, and Demon Attack became Imagic’s best-selling game as of 1983. … Read more

Cosmic Ark

Cosmic Ark is an Atari 2600 game. The objective is to gather specimens from different planets in a spaceship which contains the survivors from the city of Atlantis. There are two versions of the cartridge. One allows the player to toggle the starfield display with the Black & White / Color TV switch. In the … Read more

Actionauts

Originally planned for release in 1984