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Well, I probably wouldn't have any Atari VCS (that's still how I think of it) games if not for my wife. Although she's not into classic gaming at all :-( her parents still had their old Sears Tele-Games system in the basement. :-) For the interested, it's a 6-switch version. So, a few years ago, I liberated from its lonely, spider-infested existence. They didn't have many games, but they were almost all boxed and complete, and in beautiful shape - a rarity for Atari games.

This is just my Atari VCS page. It is not anything like the Intellivision part of INTV Funhouse. It's just my Atari stuff. Really.

Even though I was an Intellivision bigot in my youth (well, I guess I still am :-), I did play a lot of Atari back in the dark times, before Intellivision. My cousin, as well as one of my best friends, both had the Atari VCS (as it was known back then), and we spent many late nights playing games. And, after all, if it weren't for the success of the VCS, there would have been no Intellivision.

So, what I'm showing here is my extremely small Atari VCS collection. I mainly have games that I liked to play, or ones that are impossible not to have. I absolutely refuse, and cannot afford to get into, seriously collect Atari. There is simply too much stuff.

So I lied. (Just a little.)

I would like to have all the M-Network games by Mattel, all the Imagic games, and many of the Activision titles. Activision released quite a few, some quite rare, so I'm more flexible on those. My cousin had virtually everything at one point (it seemed), but I haven't hit him up for stuff yet. He also had a pretty complete Colecovision collection (with the Atari adapter, Turbo expansion, and Adam). Probably long gone...

Of course, there's also the System Changer for the Intellivision, which is another reason to get Atari games (albeit a weak one). Of course, there were actually quite a few extremely fun-to-play games for the Atari, too.

So, without further ado, here are the links to my small Atari collection. I'm not going to bother with rarity, etc. as nothing I have is really worth much - as far as I know. Since most of my stuff is complete, I therefore would like future additions to be complete games, too.



Title Item No. Manual Vendor Rarity Notes
Barnstorming Box Barnstorming AX-013 Yes

Activision

C2 
Beamrider Box Beamrider AZ-037 Yes

Activision

R1Still new; also have loose copy
Boxing Box Boxing AG-002 Yes

Activision

C2This game is a lot of fun!
Bridge Box Bridge AX-006 Yes

Activision

U3Have not learned to play bridge yet.
Checkers Box Checkers AG-003 Yes

Activision

U3One of the earlier offerings
Chopper Command Box Chopper Command AX-015 Yes

Activision

C2This copy still unopened; earned the patch back in the day, and still have it!
Commando Box Commando AK-043 Yes

Activision

U2Haven't cracked this open yet
Dragster Box Dragster AG-001 Yes

Activision

C2The first Activision game?
Enduro Box Enduro AX-026 Yes

Activision

C2Activision's answer to Pole Position
Fishing Derby Box Fishing Derby AG-004 Yes

Activision

C1This one's a little bit scruffy, but complete
Freeway Box Freeway AG-009 Yes

Activision

C2Nice game. I really wish you could move horizontally, though.
Grand Prix Box Grand Prix AX-014 Yes

Activision

C2Another racing game
Ice Hockey Box Ice Hockey AX-012 Yes

Activision

C2Another fun, simple game
Keystone Kapers Box Keystone Kapers AX-025 Yes

Activision

C2Opened, but shrinkwrap still around all bot top flap of the box
Laser Blast Box Laser Blast AG-008 Yes

Activision

C2I remember when this first came out... We thought it was incredible! Not! - it's a bit repetitive, but still addictive. Have the patch!
Megamania Box Megamania AX-017 Yes

Activision

C2Nice shooter. Have an unopened copy.
Pitfall II: Lost Caverns Box Pitfall II: Lost Caverns AB-035 Yes

Activision

U1Many say that this is the best Activision game for the Atari 2600. It is pretty good. Has its own custom sound chip!
Pitfall! Box Pitfall! AX-018 Yes

Activision

C2THE Activision classic. If not for Pitfall Harry, Activision might not be here today! Intellivision port is lame.
River Raid Box River Raid AX-020 Yes

Activision

C2Decent game. Intellivision port is awesome.
Robot Tank Box Robot Tank AZ-028 Yes

Activision

C1Battlezone?
Seaquest Box Seaquest AX-022 Yes

Activision

C2 
Skiing Box Skiing AG-005 Yes

Activision

C1Always was impressed by how smoothly this scrolls; enjoyable
Sky Jinks Box Sky Jinks AG-019 Yes

Activision

C2Activision liked their flying games
Space Shuttle Box Space Shuttle AZ-033 Yes

Activision

C1Have all the parts - including the overlay!
Spider Fighter Box Spider Fighter AX-021 Yes

Activision

C2 
Stampede Box Stampede AG-011 Yes

Activision

C2OK game. Intellivsion port is lame (i.e. no better).
Starmaster Box Starmaster AX-016 Yes

Activision

C2Includes the beginner and advanced instructions
Tennis Box Tennis AG-007 Yes

Activision

C2This one plays nicely and can be fun
Adventure Box Adventure CX 2613 Yes

Atari

C2This is the picture label version; friend of mine and I found the Easter Egg in this game all by ourselves way back in the day!
Asteroids Box Asteroids CX 2649 Yes

Atari

C2Actually not too bad of a game, all things considered; my parents still have the actual arcade upright, but a number of years ago it started having problems with the display
Berzerk Box Berzerk CX 2650 Yes

Atari

C2Have U.S. version (with comic book) and the international, red box version (no comic book); good adaptation of arcade game
Bowling Box Bowling CX 2628 Yes

Atari

C2CIB version is picture label; also have loose text label version; gotta love the dance when you get a strike
Breakout Box Breakout CX 2622 Yes

Atari

C2Another classic; this one is beautifully colored in with red ink curly-cues
Centipede Box Centipede CX 2676 Yes

Atari

C2Box and comic in great condition; hologram sticker on top flap; silver label; manual is a bit wrinkled
Combat Box Combat CX 2601 Yes

Atari

C3Text label; awesome condition; the original pack-in game?
Crossbow Box Crossbow CX26139 Yes

Atari

C2Is this one of the first "Escort Mission" games?
Defender Box Defender CX 2609 Yes

Atari

C2Not too bad a translation; includes comic book
Dig Dug Box Dig Dug 2677 Yes

Atari

C2Nice port; silver label
Galaxian Box Galaxian CX 2684 Yes

Atari

C2Missing the comic book
Home Run Cartridge (no box) Home Run CX 2623 Yes

Atari

C2Text label; ugh! Mattel ruthlessly belittled this game by comparing it with Major League Baseball in the old George Plimpton ads
Joust Box Joust CX 2691 Yes

Atari

C2Suprisingly good adaptation; box is caved on back side; hologram sticker on top flap; silver label
Jr. Pac-Man Box Jr. Pac-Man CX26123 Yes

Atari

C2Nicely done Pac-Man game with scrolling mazes; well-regarded in the Atari community
Mario Bros. Box Mario Bros. CX 2697 Yes

Atari

U2Very good condition; silver label
Maze Craze Box Maze Craze CX 2635 Yes

Atari

C2Picture label; top flap torn
Midnight Magic Box Midnight Magic CX26129 Yes

Atari

U3Seems like a fun pinball game, though that's a soft spot for me
Missile Command Box Missile Command CX 2638 Yes

Atari

C2Not too bad an adaptation of the arcade game; a friend of mine and I found the "RF" easter egg by accident one day - don't remember how to get it now
Moon Patrol Box Moon Patrol CX 2692 Yes

Atari

U2Great condition; hologram sticker on top flap; silver label
Ms. Pac-Man Box Ms. Pac-Man CX 2675 Yes

Atari

C2Box doesn't have CX on it, but sticking with convention for part number; overall great condition, but top flap torn; hologram sticker on top flap; silver label
Night Driver Box Night Driver CX 2633 Yes

Atari

C23-D! For some reason, I always liked this game
Pac-Man Box Pac-Man CX 2646 Yes

Atari

C2Ugh.
Phoenix Box Phoenix CX 2673 Yes

Atari

C2Great condition; hologram sticker on top flap; silver label; contains comic book issue 4
Pole Position Box Pole Position CX 2694 Yes

Atari

U2Less common POLE POSITN error label; has multi-lingual manual
Raiders of the Lost Ark Box Raiders of the Lost Ark CX 2659 Yes

Atari

C2Complete (I opened a new copy) - had to get it as part of my Indiana Jones software collection; great condition; hologram sticker on top flap; silver label
RealSports Boxing Box RealSports Boxing CX 26135 Yes

Atari

C2Complete (crumpled but shrinkwrapped)
Space Invaders Box Space Invaders CX 2632 Yes

Atari

C2Another classic; people bought the Atari VCS just for this game; picture label version
Space War Box Space War CX 2604 Yes

Atari

C2Picture label; excellent condition
Sprintmaster Box Sprintmaster CX26155 Yes

Atari

U2Interesting racing game; vaguely reminds me of Intellivision Motocross and the later Stadium Mud Buggies release
Star Raiders Box Star Raiders CX 2660-1 Yes

Atari

C2Complete with comic book and controller; I remember really being impressed with the Atari 400 / 800 version (which was the original, I think) because you got to shoot TIE fighters
Super Breakout Box Super Breakout CX 2608 Yes

Atari

C2Picture label; superb condition
Superman Box Superman Yes

Atari

C2Picture label; great shape
Video Pinball Box Video Pinball CX 2648 Yes

Atari

C3Picture label, with lower case end label; top flap on box torn; back of box has huge white box with warranty text
Warlords Box Warlords CX 2610 Yes

Atari

C2The classic! Picture label; played 4-player quite a lot in college - it's a blast
Yars' Revenge Box Yars' Revenge CX 2655 Yes

Atari

C2One of the most commonly misspelled Atari game titles - it is NOT Yar's Revenge; haven't opened this one yet
Omega Race Cartridge (no box) Omega Race 4L-2737 Yes

CBS Electronics

U2Also have the special controller this game uses
Carnival Box Carnival 2468 Yes

Coleco

C2Box seems to be a later variation, with the banner reading ATARI 2600 VCS rather than simply ATARI
Donkey Kong Box Donkey Kong 2451 Yes

Coleco

C3Pretty good shape for a Coleco box
Donkey Kong Junior Box Donkey Kong Junior 2653 Yes

Coleco

U3OK shape for a Coleco box
Mouse Trap Box Mouse Trap 2459 Yes

Coleco

C2Cracked open Jan. 12, 2014, but have not yet played this copy, box slightly crunched along vertical edge
Venture Box Venture 2457 Yes

Coleco

C2 
Zaxxon Box Zaxxon 2454 Yes

Coleco

C1Actually very nice shape for a Coleco box - no wrinkling
Atlantis Box Atlantis IA 3203 Yes

Imagic

C2Night scene box and label
Cosmic Ark Box Cosmic Ark IA 3204 Yes

Imagic

C2Those aliens are so ... little and ... cute!
Demon Attack Box Demon Attack IA 3200 Yes

Imagic

C2Have text and picture label versions, and a shrinkwrapped black-box 2600/7800 ID-006-02 version, which is kinda rare (5) according to Atari Age
Dragonfire Box Dragonfire IA 3611 Yes

Imagic

C2 
Fathom Box Fathom 03205 Yes

Imagic

U2Nice copy; gameplay seems same as Intellivision, but haven't done thorough analysis
Fire Fighter Box Fire Fighter IA 3400 Yes

Imagic

U3Picture label
Laser Gates Box Laser Gates 03208 Yes

Imagic

R3Says 'For Atari 2600' on the spine; different numbering scheme
Moonsweeper Box Moonsweeper 03207 Yes

Imagic

U2Different part numbering scheme and red spine on box
No Escape! Box No Escape! IA 3312 Yes

Imagic

U2 
Quick Step Cartridge (no box) Quick Step 03211 No

Imagic

U1Need box and manual
Riddle of the Sphinx Box Riddle of the Sphinx IA 3600 Yes

Imagic

C2Picture label
Shootin' Gallery Box Shootin' Gallery IA 3410 Yes

Imagic

R3Picture label; Mattel would not be outdone, making Sharp Shot for four–year–olds and up, while Imagic targeted those grizzled nine–year–olds and under (though did that unintentionally limit the audience?)
Solar Storm Cartridge (no box) Solar Storm 03206 No

Imagic

U2Need box and manual
Star Voyager Box Star Voyager IA 3201 Yes

Imagic

C2Picture label
Trick Shot Box Trick Shot IA 3000 Yes

Imagic

U3Text label
Adventures of Tron Box Adventures of Tron 4317 Yes

Mattel Electronics

C1Unique Tron-based game for the VCS - Intellivision port never happened–until IntelligentVision made it happen
Air Raiders Box Air Raiders 5861 Yes

Mattel Electronics

C1Not a port of any Intellivision game, but very similar to B-17 Bomber in many respects
Armor Ambush Box Armor Ambush 5661 Yes

Mattel Electronics

C1Port of Intellivision's Armor Battle
Astroblast Box Astroblast 5666 Yes

Mattel Electronics

C2Port of Intellivision's Astrosmash; ability to use the paddle controllers was a great plus
Bump 'n' Jump Box Bump 'n' Jump 7045 Yes

Mattel Electronics

U2Port of Intellivision's Bump 'n' Jump; surprisingly well done! Great shape!
BurgerTime Box BurgerTime 4518 Yes

Mattel Electronics

U2Port of Intellivision's BurgerTime; this one is still shrinkwrapped; also have a loose copy
Dark Cavern Box Dark Cavern 5667 Yes

Mattel Electronics

C2Port of Intellivision's Night Stalker, but with more garish colors
Frogs and Flies Box Frogs and Flies 5664 Yes

Mattel Electronics

C2Port of Intellivision's Frog Bog; background graphics are kind of bad
International Soccer Box International Soccer 5687 Yes

Mattel Electronics

C2Port of Intellivision's NASL Soccer; haven't compared with RealSports Soccer;
Kool-Aid Man Box Kool-Aid Man 4648 Yes

Mattel Electronics

U3Not a port of the Intellivision Kool-Aid Man, but a parallel implementation with different gameplay - better than the Intellivision version!
Lock 'n' Chase Box Lock 'n' Chase 5663 Yes

Mattel Electronics

C2Port of Intellivision's Lock 'N' Chase; very smooth animation and nice colors
Masters of the Universe: The Power of He-Man Box Masters of the Universe: The Power of He-Man 4319 Yes

Mattel Electronics

U2Nice port of Intellivision version; IMHO, has a cooler title screen than the Intellivision version; good music (for the VCS); Wind Rider sequence seems way harder than the Inty version; NOTE: Manual scan is stale
Space Attack Box Space Attack 5659 Yes

Mattel Electronics

C2Port of Intellivision's Space Battle
Star Strike Box Star Strike 4313 Yes

Mattel Electronics

R3Port of Intellivision's Star Strike; actually has a new gameplay element - a rogue asteroid or some such!
Super Challenge Baseball Box Super Challenge Baseball 5665 Yes

Mattel Electronics

C2Port of Intellivision's Major League Baseball; haven't compared with RealSports Baseball
Super Challenge Football Box Super Challenge Football 5658 Yes

Mattel Electronics

C1Port of Intellivision's NFL Football; haven't compared with RealSports Football
Tron Deadly Discs Box Tron Deadly Discs 5662 Yes

Mattel Electronics

C1Port of the Intellivision game of the same name
Frogger Box Frogger 5300 Yes

Parker Brothers

C1Decent port; box is the original lid-style
Popeye Box Popeye 5370 Yes

Parker Brothers

C2Box opens on top; includes catalog, and for a change, the manual is NOT cut on the corner for a rebate! Used game card here.
Q*bert Box Q*bert 5360 Yes

Parker Brothers

C2 
Spider-Man Box Spider-Man 5900 Yes

Parker Brothers

C1Box is in awesome shape, as is the rest of the game
Star Wars: Jedi Arena Box Star Wars: Jedi Arena 5000 Yes

Parker Brothers

C3 
Star Wars: Return of the Jedi - Death Star Battle Box Star Wars: Return of the Jedi - Death Star Battle 5060 Yes

Parker Brothers

C1 
Star Wars: The Arcade Game Box Star Wars: The Arcade Game 5540 Yes

Parker Brothers

R3Pristine! Actually pretty well-done! Best of the Parker Star Wars games.
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Box Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back 5050 Yes

Parker Brothers

C3Intellivision port is no better than this version
Tutankham Box Tutankham 5340 Yes

Parker Brothers

C1Box in nice shape, opens on top
Tank-Plus Box Tank-Plus 99801 Yes

Sears

C2 
Target Fun Box Target Fun 99802 Yes

Sears

C2Gatefold box!
Congo Bongo Box Congo Bongo 006-01 Yes

Sega

U2Pretty good shape; gameplay is meh, as it seems to be on Intellivision and Colecovision
Adventures on GX-12 Box Adventures on GX-12 4317 Yes

Telegames

U3This is the Telegames reissue of the M-Network version of Adventures of Tron, using an interesting amalgamation of the late style M-Network box design, the traditional Intellivision artwork border, and a magnified view of the original artwork; this copy is unopend
Swordfight Box Swordfight Yes

Intellivision Productions

HBAt CGE 2000, Intellivision Productions released this game under their Retrotopia imprint. More info here, though you may need to scroll down a ways.
Space Armada Cartridge (no box) Space Armada No

Hacks

HBSpace Invaders hack by neotokeo2001 to make the game look like its Intellivision namesake. Info here.