G.I. Joe: Cobra Strike is the title of a video game released for the Atari 2600 in 1983. The game was developed and published by Parker Brothers and involves three different types of gameplay. The game is loosely based on the G.I. Joe franchise of the same name.
A variant of the game was released as the Action Force video game in Europe. Based on the European version of G.I. Joe known as Action Force, the game was similarly published by Parker Brothers in the PAL format for European markets.
G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero is the title of a video game released for the Apple II and Commodore 64 in 1985. The game was developed and published by Epyx and involves two different types of gameplay. The game is loosely based on the G.I. Joe franchise of the same name. The gameplay consists man-to-man and vehicular combat.
A coin-operated video game based on G.I. Joe was produced by Konami in 1992. The G.I. Joe arcade game is a third-person shooting game set in a pseudo-3D perspective in which the player automatically runs towards the background while fighting against incoming enemies or objects. The game can be played by up to two or four players, depending on the configuration.
A fan-made game based on the classic “Real American Hero” style G.I. Joe video game, Attack On Cobra Island was released as a free download in March 2012. The game is a reworking of Double Dragon-style mechanics, with G.I. Joe skins applied.