Grand Prix

Grand Prix for the Atari 2600, designed and programmed by David Crane, offers a thrilling and engaging Formula One racing experience. With four race tracks inspired by real-life circuits, players can test their skills across varying difficulty levels. These tracks include Watkins Glen International, Brands Hatch, Bugatti Circuit, and Circuit de Monaco. The top-down perspective … Read more

Fatal Run (Europe)

PAL-only release; developed by Sculptured Software. You can read more about this game in the US version of Fatal Run.


Dragster, launched in 1980 for the Atari Video Computer System, is among the earliest video games created by Activision. The objective is to be the first car to race across the screen in a two-player game or to complete the race in the shortest time possible in a single-player game. The joystick serves as both … Read more

Dukes of Hazzard

Dukes of Hazzard is not really a prototype. The game was actually burned onto regular ROM chips that were just about to be put into carts and shipped when Atari abruptly decided to cancel the game. According to the programmer Mark Hahn the game was still being worked on, so it is a mystery as … Read more


Enduro is a racing video game for the Atari 2600, where the player must complete an endurance race by passing a specific number of cars each day in order to progress to the next day. The game features a day and night cycle, which was an innovative concept during its release. In Enduro, the player … Read more

Bump ‘n’ Jump

Bump ‘n’ Jump is a vehicular combat game with an overhead perspective. Enemy vehicles include cars and trucks. Players can bump cars into obstacles or jump on them to destroy them, while trucks cannot be bumped and can only be destroyed by jumping on them. Trucks may also drop obstacles that can eliminate the player … Read more

Armor Ambush

Armor Ambush is an Atari 2600 game, originally released in 1979 as Armor Battle for the Intellivision console. It allows players to control tanks engaged in combat across diverse terrains with varying degrees of navigability. The theme of dueling tanks was already familiar to Atari 2600 owners due to the similar premise of Combat, the … Read more