List of Atari 7800 games

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Atari 7800 System

The Atari 7800 ProSystem, or simply the Atari 7800, is a video game console released by Atari Corporation in January 1986. A test market release had occurred two years earlier under Atari Inc. The 7800 was designed to replace Atari Inc.'s unsuccessful Atari 5200 and later to re-establish Atari Corp.'s market supremacy against Nintendo and Sega. With this system, Atari Inc. addressed all the shortcomings of the Atari 5200: it had simple digital joysticks; it was almost fully backward-compatible with the Atari 2600; and it was affordable (originally priced at US$140).

The following list contains all 59 licensed games, as well as an estimated 27 aftermarket games released on the Atari 7800.

Games[edit]

Title[1] Developer[1] Publisher[1] Release Date(s)[1] Regions Released[1] Max. # of Players
32 in 1 Atari Atari 1988 EU
1
Ace of Aces Accolade Atari 1988 NA EU
1
Alien Brigade Atari Atari 1990 NA EU
1
Armor Attack II (aftermarket) Robert DeCrescenzo AtariAge 2013 NA
2
Asteroids Atari Atari 1987 NA EU
2
Asteroids Deluxe (aftermarket) Atari AtariAge 2007 NA
2
Ballblazer Lucasfilm Ltd. Atari 1987 NA EU
2
Barnyard Blaster Atari Atari 1988 NA EU
2
Basketbrawl Atari Atari 1990 NA EU
2
Beef Drop (aftermarket) Ken Siders AtariAge 2006 NA
2
B*nQ (aftermarket) Ken Siders AtariAge 2007 NA
2
Centipede Atari Atari 1987 NA EU
2
Choplifter Brøderbund Atari 1987 NA EU
1
Combat 1990 (aftermarket) Harry Dodgson AtariAge 2005 NA
2
Commando Data East Atari 1989 NA EU
2
Crack'ed Robert Neve Atari 1988 NA EU
1
Crazy Brix (aftermarket) Robert DeCrescenzo AtariAge 2011 NA
2
Crazy Otto (aftermarket) Robert DeCrescenzo AtariAge 2013 NA
2
Crossbow Exidy Atari 1988 NA EU
1
Dark Chambers John Palevich Atari 1988 NA EU
2
Desert Falcon Atari Atari 1987 NA EU
1
Dig Dug Namco Atari 1987 NA EU
2
Donkey Kong Nintendo Atari 1988 NA EU
2
Donkey Kong Junior Nintendo Atari 1988 NA EU
2
Double Dragon Technōs Japan Activision 1989 NA EU
2
F-18 Hornet John Van Ryzin Absolute 1988 NA EU
1
FailSafe (aftermarket) Robert DeCrescenzo AtariAge 2010 NA
1
Fatal Run Atari Atari 1990 NA EU
1
Fight Night Accolade Atari 1988 NA EU
2
Food Fight Atari Atari 1987 NA EU
2
Frenzy (aftermarket) Robert DeCrescenzo AtariAge 2013 NA
2
Galaga Namco Atari 1987 NA EU
2
Hangly-Man (aftermarket) Nittoh PacManPlus 2005 NA
2
Hat Trick Bally Sente Atari 1987 NA EU
2
Ikari Warriors Atari Atari 1990 NA EU
2
Impossible Mission Epyx Atari 1987 NA EU
1
Jinks Softgold Atari 1989 NA EU
1
Joust Williams Electronics Atari 1987 NA EU
2
Jr. Pac-Man (aftermarket) PacManPlus AtariAge 2009 NA EU
2
Karateka Brøderbund Atari 1987 NA EU
1
Klax (aftermarket) David Dentt
Mark Stephen Pierce
AtariAge 2002 NA
1
Kung-Fu Master Data East
Irem
Absolute 1989 NA EU
2
Mario Bros. Nintendo Atari 1988 NA EU
2
Mat Mania Challenge Atari Atari 1990 NA EU
2
Mean 18 Ultimate Golf Accolade Atari 1989 NA EU
2
Meltdown Atari Atari 1990 NA EU
1
Meteor Shower (aftermarket) Robert DeCrescenzo AtariAge 2011 NA
2
Midnight Mutants Atari Atari 1990 NA EU
1
Moon Cresta (aftermarket) Robert DeCrescenzo AtariAge 2011 NA
2
Motor Psycho Atari Atari 1990 NA EU
1
Ms. Pac-Attack (aftermarket) Two-Bit Score PacManPlus 2005 NA
2
Ms. Pac-Man Namco Atari 1987 NA EU
2
Ninja Golf Atari Atari 1989 NA EU
1
One-On-One Basketball Electronic Arts Atari 1987 NA EU
2
Pac-Man (aftermarket) PacManPlus PacManPlus 2005 NA
2
Pac-Man Collection (aftermarket) PacManPlus AtariAge 2006 NA
2
Pac-Man Plus (aftermarket) PacManPlus PacManPlus 2005 NA
2
Pac-Pollux (aftermarket) Atari
PacManPlus
Gambler172 2006 NA
2
Pete Rose Baseball Alex DeMeo Absolute 1989 NA EU
2
Planet Smashers Atari Atari 1989 NA EU
2
Pole Position II Namco Atari 1987 NA EU
1
Rampage Bally Midway Activision 1988 NA
2
Realsports Baseball Atari Atari 1988 NA
2
Rip-Off (aftermarket) Robert DeCrescenzo AtariAge 2012 NA
2
Robotron: 2084 Williams Electronics Atari 1987 NA
2
Santa Simon (aftermarket) Matthias Luedtke AtariAge 2006 NA
1
Scramble (aftermarket) Robert DeCrescenzo AtariAge 2012 NA
2
Scrapyard Dog Atari Atari 1990 NA EU
1
Sentinel Atari Atari 1991 EU
2
Space Duel (aftermarket) Atari
Bob DeCrescenzo
AtariAge 2007 NA
2
Space Invaders (aftermarket) Taito
Bob DeCrescenzo
AtariAge 2008 NA
2
Summer Games Epyx Atari 1987 NA
8
Super Huey Cosmi Corporation Atari 1988 NA EU
1
Super Pac-Man (aftermarket) Namco PacManPlus 2008 NA
2
Super Skateboardin' Absolute Absolute 1988 NA EU
1
Tank Command Froggo Froggo 1988 NA
1
Title Match Pro Wrestling Absolute Absolute 1989 NA EU
2
Tomcat: The F-14 Fighter Simulator Dan Kitchen Absolute 1989 NA EU
1
Touchdown Football Electronic Arts Atari 1988 NA
2
Tower Toppler U.S. Gold Atari 1988 NA EU
2
Wasp! (aftermarket) Mark Ball AtariAge 2009 NA
1
Water Ski Froggo Froggo 1988 NA
1
Winter Games Epyx Atari 1987 NA
8
Worm! (aftermarket) Mark Ball AtariAge 2010 NA
1
Xenophobe Bally Midway Atari 1989 NA EU
2
Xevious Namco Atari 1988 NA EU
2

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Atari7800.org's Master List". www.Atari7800.org. Retrieved 2008-12-15.