Chase the Chuck Wagon

Chase the Chuck Wagon, released in 1983, is a promotional video game for the Atari 2600. The game is centered around a dog named Chuckie, who must navigate through four different maze designs to reach the opening beneath the chuckwagon. Players have a limited time of 60 or 30 seconds per maze, depending on the … Read more

Super Baumeister

Super Baumeister is the PAL release of the Atari 2600 game Master Builder. The gameplay and objectives remain the same as in the original Master Builder game. In Super Baumeister, the player’s goal is to become a master builder by successfully constructing several buildings in Spectraville. The player must memorize the blueprints shown on screen … Read more

Master Builder

Atari 2600 Master Builder is a construction-themed game where you play as a builder trying to complete the construction of several buildings in Spectraville. At the start of each level, a blueprint of the building will appear on the screen for 5 seconds, and you must remember its design. Your task is to gather bricks … Read more


In Atari 2600 Mangia, the player controls a young boy who must eat plates of pasta placed in front of him by his mother, who will keep feeding him until his stomach explodes on-screen. To prevent this, the player can throw the pasta to a cat, who occasionally appears at the window, and a dog, … Read more

Gangster Alley

Gangster Alley is an Atari 2600 game that challenges players to take down a group of five notorious criminals who have evaded the Spectravision Bureau of Investigation (S.B.I.) and are hiding out in Gangster Alley. These criminals have taken a woman and a child hostage, and it’s up to the player to eliminate the criminals … Read more


In TapeWorm, you play as Slinky the tapeworm, navigating through a bean patch and eating beans. As you eat beans, your body grows longer, and the bean count decreases. Beans appear randomly in the patch, and your objective is to eat them before the beetle at the bottom moves from the left side to the … Read more

Planet Patrol

In Atari 2600’s Planet Patrol, you embark on a mission to locate and annihilate enemy fuel depots. Your spaceship flies to the left while you control its vertical movement. At the outset, you must shoot larger, red enemy ships and dodge smaller, blue missiles. Avoid shooting the black ship; instead, dock with it to refuel … Read more