Miniature Golf (Sears title: Arcade Golf) for Atari 2600 is a classic video game that brings the fun and challenge of miniature golf to your home console. The game features nine unique, playable holes, each with its own set of obstacles and difficulties. Your objective is to get the ball into the cup using as … Read more
Dan Kitchen’s Tomcat: The F-14 Fighter Simulator is an Atari 2600 game that combines the realism of a flight simulator with the fast-paced action of a fighter game, creating a unique and thrilling gaming experience. In this game, players take on the role of a Naval Aviator participating in Blue Water Operations, where they’ll face … Read more
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
CBS decided to pull the plug on Wings mere weeks before it was ready to be released when they closed down cartridge development on October 23rd 1983. The decision was made so late that promotional material (hats and scarves) and even a commercial had been made. (source: AtariMania.com)
One of the three games Atari produced exclusively for Sears.
Stellar Track, a game where players take on the role of a warship commander tasked with eliminating enough aliens before depleting stardates, was published by Sears under the “Tele-Games” brand in 1980. This game is one of three exclusive releases available only through Sears. Stellar Track is a text-based game inspired by the mainframe computer … Read more
Sneak ‘n Peek is the Atari 2600 adaptation of hide and seek. It can be played by two players or a single player against the computer. One player closes their eyes while the other hides. Once hidden, the first player tries to find the second player in the shortest time possible. Afterward, the roles are … Read more
Sky Patrol was supposed to be a hot air balloon simulator and was the only Imagic title for the Atari 2600 never to be released. (source: AtariMania.com)