It’s a prototype, never released.

Swordquest: Fireworld

SwordQuest: FireWorld is the second installment in the SwordQuest series for Atari 2600 and shares many similarities with its predecessor, EarthWorld. In FireWorld, you explore different rooms, collect and drop items, complete action stages to find more items, and discover sets of numbers that flash on the screen when you have the correct combination of … Read more

Swordquest: Waterworld

SwordQuest: WaterWorld is an action-adventure game released for the Atari 2600, and it was part of the SwordQuest series. The gameplay involves navigating through rooms, collecting items, completing action stages to reveal more items, and discovering sets of numbers when the right items are placed in the right rooms. These sets of numbers (e.g., 8-4) … Read more

Shooting Arcade

Shooting Arcade is one of only two Atari 2600 games to use the Light Gun (Sentinel being the other), but was never released. Shooting Arcade was not developed in the US, but rather in Mexico by a company called Heuristica. How Axlon was involved is unknown, but they may have simply sub-contracted the game out … Read more

Save Mary!

Save Mary! may have been in development longer than any other Atari 2600 game. One reason for this was Atari management constantly making changes to an already complex game, but another reason for the long development cycle was that programmer Tod Frye may only have been working part time for Atari at the time and … Read more


Pac-Man is a maze action game developed and released by Namco for arcades in 1980. The objective of the game is to eat all of the dots placed in the maze while avoiding four colored ghosts — Blinky (red), Pinky (pink), Inky (cyan), and Clyde (orange) — that pursue him. When Pac-Man eats all of … Read more


According to AtariMania, Aquaventure was never mentioned in any Atari communication nor does it show up on any internal part lists. The Atari 2600 game seems to be complete, but was never released for unknown reasons.