Commando Raid

About “Commando Raid” for Atari 2600 “Commando Raid” is an engaging, full-color, arcade-style game for a single player, developed for play on the Atari Video Computer System or the Sears Video Arcade. In this game, players defend their structures against an onslaught of android commando raiders. These adversaries emerge suddenly, aiming to seize the buildings … Read more

Name This Game

Name This Game and Win $10,000, often shortened to Name This Game, is an action game developed by U.S. Games for the Atari 2600. In this game, players take on the role of a scuba diver who must protect a treasure from an octopus located at the top of the screen. The octopus attempts to … Read more

Word Zapper

In the game Word Zapper, the player takes control of a spaceship-like craft known as the “Zapper”. The Zapper is capable of moving across the screen and firing in three directions – up, left, and right. The objective of the game is to shoot the letters that spell out the current word in the correct … Read more

Towering Inferno

Towering Inferno is an Atari 2600 game developed by Jeff Corsiglia and programmed by Paul Allen Newell, released by US Games in 1982. In the game, players must extinguish fires on each floor of a building and reach the panel that unlocks the doors for exit. A meter at the top of the screen indicates … Read more

Sneak ‘N Peek

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

Space Jockey

Space Jockey is a horizontal scrolling shooter for the Atari 2600. In the game, the player controls an “attack saucer” that flies to the right over scrolling, undulating terrain. The saucer moves only vertically and stops just before hitting the ground. The objective is to shoot ground-based tanks and various flying enemies, such as jet … Read more

Piece o’ Cake

In Atari 2600’s Piece o’ Cake, you play as a chef with the objective of constructing cakes. A conveyor belt is located at the bottom of the screen, with a platter appearing on the left side, moving towards the right. You, at the top of the screen, must take cake layers from the oven and … Read more