Fatal Run is a post-apocalyptic driving game for the Atari 2600, released in the late 1980s. Set in the year 2089, the game’s premise involves a comet collision that has caused widespread radiation poisoning on Earth. With humanity’s survival at stake, players are tasked with delivering a newly developed radiation vaccine to the remaining survivors. … Read more
Licensed by Bally Midway
Shooting Arcade is one of only two Atari 2600 games to use the Light Gun (Sentinel being the other), but was never released. Shooting Arcade was not developed in the US, but rather in Mexico by a company called Heuristica. How Axlon was involved is unknown, but they may have simply sub-contracted the game out … Read more
In Atari 2600 Sentinel, the player controls a scientist piloting the Sentinel, a glowing orb they invented that can absorb and store energy. Earth is invaded by aliens, and the scientist uses the Sentinel to travel to four alien planets – Alptaurus, Ceruptus, Vulnavium, and Asceptron – with the objective of destroying their power stations, … Read more
Pick ‘n Pile is a Tetris-style puzzle game released for various platforms, including the Atari 2600. The objective of the game is to clear the playfield by matching and removing identical symbols. While the game shares some similarities with Tetris, such as the falling blocks and the need to create matches to clear the playfield, … Read more
Developed by Axlon
The cartridge, the only known 64k Atari 2600 game, came with a Brazilian portable console also called Megaboy.
Klax is a classic puzzle video game that was first introduced in arcades in 1990 by Atari Games. The primary objective of the game is to catch and arrange colored blocks as they tumble down a conveyor belt-like machine. Players need to create colored rows or specific patterns with these blocks in order to make … Read more
NTSC version. Last official game released for 2600. You can read more about Klax here.