Brain Games

“Brain Games” is a compilation of memory-focused video games developed by Larry Kaplan and published by Atari, Inc. This collection includes 19 different games, challenging players with tasks involving sequences of numbers, symbols, and musical notes. Each game offers various settings to adjust the difficulty, introducing different levels of complexity. The games are categorized as … Read more

Casino – Poker Plus

Atari 2600 Casino, also known as Poker Plus in the Sears version, is a card game developed and published by Atari, Inc. in 1978. The game provides an opportunity for one to four players to participate in various casino-style card games, such as Black Jack, Stud Poker, and Poker Solitaire. In this game, players can … Read more

Flag Capture

Flag Capture (Sears title: Capture) is a video game released in 1978 by Atari for the Atari 2600. In the game, players are presented with a grid containing white squares, and their objective is to determine which square conceals the flag. To assist in locating the flag, players may be shown a flag symbol or … Read more


Football, also known as Atari Football, is a 1978 two-player American football video game designed for the Atari 2600 platform. The game is played from a top-down point of view of the field and features two skill levels and three game variations. Using the joystick, players can choose from one of five different offensive or … Read more


Basketball for the Atari 2600 is a simple, early video game representation of the sport. The game begins with both players at the center of the court, where a jump ball is thrown between them to start the action. The player in the offensive position, with possession of the ball, always faces their assigned shooting … Read more

Super Breakout

Sears title: Super Breakout. Super Breakout is a sequel to the 1976 video game Breakout released in arcades in September 1978 by Atari Super Breakout gameplay The fundamental gameplay—use a paddle to bounce a ball into a wall of destructible bricks—is the same as Breakout, but Super Breakout contains three different game modes: Double gives the … Read more

Space War

Space War is a video game cartridge launched by Atari in 1978 for the Atari 2600. It is an adaptation of Spacewar!, originally developed in 1962 for the PDP-1 platform by Stephen Russell, Peter Samson, Dan Edwards, Martin Graetz, Alan Kotok, Steve Piner, and Robert A Saunders. The cartridge features 17 game variations, with variations … Read more

Outlaw – Gunslinger

Outlaw for the Atari 2600 is a game developed and published by Atari, Inc. that offers both single-player and two-player modes. The game is a port of the arcade version, and while it retains some of its features, it also introduces new gameplay elements and variations. In the two-player Gunslinger mode, players control on-screen cowboys … Read more

Hangman – Spelling

Hangman (Spelling) for the Atari 2600 is a digital adaptation of the classic word-guessing game Hangman. Players aim to identify a word chosen by the computer or another player by suggesting one letter at a time. Each correct letter guessed is displayed on the screen in its proper position within the word. However, if a … Read more