Atari Joystick Controller TV Video Game System

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The Atari Joystick Controller TV Video Game System was made in 2003 (copyright 2002) in Jakks Pacific's Plug It In & Play TV Games plug-n-play game system lineup. The device itself is designed to look like the joystick used on the Atari 2600.

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Basic Fun version[edit]

In 2017, Basic Fun released a version of this joystick called Atari 2600 Plug & Play Joystick with the game list otherwise being the same except with Canyon Bomber, Crystal Castles, and Warlords replacing Circus Atari, Pong, and Yars' Revenge.[1][2]

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  2. ^ "Atari 2600 Plug & Play Joystick from Basic Fun!".