Atari (Jakks Pacific)

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American company Jakks Pacific made two plug-'n'-play videogames featuring Atari games in 2002 and 2004: the Atari Joystick and the Atari Paddle.[1] Both run on 4 AA batteries.[2]

Atari Joystick[edit]

This shows the Easter egg as it exists in the Atari Jakks Pacific port of the original Adventure game where the creator's name, Warren Robinett, was removed and replaced with "TEXT?"

This console was released in 2002. The console includes ten games:

The port of Adventure was modified to remove the creator's name from the hidden Easter egg.

Atari Paddle[edit]

This console was released in 2004. One and two-player versions are available. The console includes 13 games:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jakks Pacific Atari Paddle TV Games Specifications". Cnet.
  2. ^ "Jakks Pacific Atari Plug and Play TV Game". DKOldies.