Atari 2600 Game List by Company (NTSC)

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Below is a list of unique Atari 2600 NTSC games that were released in North America between 1977 and 1992. The following are not included: PAL games, contest cartridges, hacks, illegal knockoffs, and repackaged games with different names.



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This page has a table of contents and a game company index to help you find what you are looking for as quickly as possible.



Best Guess

Many games are marked as a best guess. Some guesses are worse than others. Below is a list of the types of guesses that might be on this page.


Best Guess (BG): At least one magazine or newsletter mentioned the month a game was released or supposed to be released or newspaper ads have been found.


Extreme Best Guess (EBG): A vague mention of the release month in a magazine or newsletter.


Super Extreme Best Guess (SEBG): The Video Game Update newsletter only had a review for the game (no release month mentioned), so it's a semi-educated wild guess. The review could have happened the same month the game was released or the review could have been published a month or more later.


Desperate Super Extreme Best Guess (DSEBG): There might be an ad in a magazine to go on if we're lucky. It's a desperate semi-educated wild guess.



Green Check Mark

I signed up for the most expensive subscription option at in November of 2020 so I could finally look up games for myself. As I find the earliest newspaper ads for a game, I'll add a green check mark for that entry to indicate that the definitive release date has probably been found for that game. I'll add three orange question marks (???) for an entry to indicate that I searched the newspapers and couldn't find anything helpful, so a more accurate release date for that game still needs to be found.






3-D Tic-Tac-Toe (June 1980 BG ✔)

Adventure (April 1980 BG ✔)

Air-Sea Battle (September 1977 BG ✔)

Alpha Beam with Ernie (September 1983)

Asteroids (August 1981 BG ✔)

Atari Video Cube (May 1983 BG) [changed to Rubik’s Cube]

Backgammon (October 1979 BG ✔)

Basic Math (September 1977 BG ✔) [changed to Fun With Numbers]

BASIC Programming (April 1980 BG ✔)

Basketball (September 1978 BG ✔)

Battlezone (August 1983)

Berzerk (August 1982)

Big Bird’s Egg Catch (November 1983 BG)

Blackjack (September 1977 BG ✔)

Bowling (March 1979 BG ✔)

Brain Games (September 1978 BG ✔)

Breakout (September 1978 BG ✔)

Canyon Bomber (March 1979 BG ✔)

Casino (March 1979 BG ✔)

Centipede (March 1983)

Championship Soccer (September 1980 BG ✔) [changed to Pelé’s Soccer]

Circus Atari (July 1980 BG ✔)

Codebreaker (September 1978 BG ✔)

Combat (August 1977 BG ✔)

Cookie Monster Munch (September 1983)

Crazy Climber (March 1983) [exclusive Atari Club introduction]

Crossbow (May 1988 DSEBG)

Crystal Castles (April 1984)

Dark Chambers (May 1989 BG)

Defender (May/June 1982)

Demons to Diamonds (July 1982)

Desert Falcon (fourth quarter of 1987)

Dig Dug (October 1983)

Dodge ‘Em (September 1980 BG ✔)

Double Dunk (May 1989 BG)

E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (November/December 1982 )

Flag Capture (September 1978 BG ✔)

Football (March 1979 BG ✔)

Galaxian (June 1983)

Golf (June 1980 BG ✔)

Gravitar (October 1983) [exclusive Atari Club introduction]

Gremlins (August 1984 EBG)

Hangman (September 1978 BG ✔)

Haunted House (February 1982)

Home Run (September 1978 BG ✔)

Human Cannonball (March 1979 BG ✔)

Hunt & Score (September 1978 BG ✔) [changed to A Game Of Concentration]

Ikari Warriors (March 1991 DSEBG)

Indy 500 (September 1977 BG ✔)

Joust (October 1983)

Jr. Pac-Man (October 1986 EBG)

Jungle Hunt (June/July 1983)

Kangaroo (July 1983)

Krull (September 1983)

Mario Bros. (December 1983 BG)

Math Gran Prix (July 1982)

Maze Craze (September 1980 BG ✔)

Midnight Magic (November 1986 EBG)

Millipede (March 1984)

Miniature Golf (March 1979 BG ✔)

Missile Command (April/May 1981 BG ✔)

Moon Patrol (October 1983)

MotoRodeo (March 1991 DSEBG)

Ms. Pac-Man (February 1983 )

Night Driver (June 1980 BG ✔)

Obelix (??? 1983)

Off The Wall (December 1989 DSEBG)

Oscar’s Trash Race (March 1984 BG)

Othello (March 1981 BG ✔)

Outlaw (September 1978 BG ✔)

Pac-Man (March/April 1982)

Pengo (June 1984 EBG)

Phoenix (February 1983 BG ✔)

Pigs in Space (November 1983 BG)

Pole Position (July 1983)

Quadrun (released before April 30, 1984)

Radar Lock (December 1989 DSEBG)

Raiders of the Lost Ark (November 1982 )

RealSports Baseball (October 1982)

RealSports Boxing (fourth quarter of 1987)

RealSports Football (December 1982 )

RealSports Soccer (April 1983)

RealSports Tennis (April 1983)

RealSports Volleyball (October 1982)

Road Runner (December 1989 DSEBG)

Secret Quest (December 1989 DSEBG)

Sentinel (March 1991 DSEBG)

Sky Diver (March 1979 BG ✔)

Slot Machine (March 1979 BG ✔)

Slot Racers (September 1978 BG ✔)

Snoopy and the Red Baron (November 1983 BG)

Solaris (November 1986 EBG)

Sorcerer’s Apprentice (October 1983)

Space Invaders (March 1980 BG ✔)

Space War (September 1978 BG ✔)

Sprintmaster (??? 1988)

Star Raiders (September 1982 )

Star Ship (September 1977 BG ✔)

Stargate (August 1984 EBG) [changed to Defender II]

Street Racer (September 1977 BG ✔)

Super Baseball (August 1988 DSEBG)

Super Breakout (January 1982)

Super Football (??? 1988)

Superman (September 1979 BG ✔)

Surround (September 1977 BG ✔)

SwordQuest EarthWorld (October 1982 )

SwordQuest FireWorld (February 1983) )

SwordQuest WaterWorld (October 1983)

Taz (April 1984)

Track & Field (June 1986 EBG)

Vanguard (December 1982 )

Video Checkers (September 1980 BG ✔)

Video Chess (November 1979 BG ✔)

Video Olympics (September 1977 BG ✔)

Video Pinball (April 1981 BG ✔)

Warlords (Late June 1981 BG ✔)

Xenophobe (March 1991 DSEBG)

Yars’ Revenge (May 1982)





Absolute Entertainment

Pete Rose Baseball (December 1988 BG)

Skate Boardin’ (January 1988 BG)

Title Match Pro Wrestling (October 1987 BG)

Tomcat: The F-14 Flight Simulator (December 1988 BG)






Barnstorming (March 1982)

Beamrider (March 1984 BG)

Boxing (July 1980 BG ✔)

Bridge (December 1980 BG ✔)

Checkers (July 1980 BG ✔)

Chopper Command (June 1982)

Commando (June 1988 BG)

Cosmic Commuter (October 1985 DSEBG)

Crackpots (July 1983 BG)

Decathlon, The Activision (August 1983 BG)

Dolphin (April 1983)

Double Dragon (October 1989 DSEBG)

Dragster (July 1980 BG ✔)

Enduro (May 1983)

Fishing Derby (July 1980 BG ✔)

Freeway (July 1981 BG ✔)

Frostbite (October 1983)

Ghostbusters (October 1985 DSEBG)

Grand Prix (March 1982)

H.E.R.O. (March 1984 BG)

Ice Hockey (December 1981 BG ✔)

Kaboom! (July 1981 BG ✔)

Keystone Kapers (April 1983)

Kung-Fu Master (September 1987 BG)

Laser Blast (March 1981 BG ✔)

Megamania (Late September/October 1982 )

Oink! (April 1983)

Pitfall II: Lost Caverns (March 1984 BG)

Pitfall! (September 1982 )

Plaque Attack (May 1983 BG)

Pressure Cooker (October 1983 BG)

Private Eye (March 1984 BG)

Rampage (May 1989 BG)

River Raid (December 1982)

River Raid II (November 1988 BG)

Robot Tank (June 1983 BG)

Seaquest (February 1983 )

Skiing (December 1980 BG ✔)

Sky Jinks (November 1982 BG ✔)

Space Shuttle - A Journey Into Space (November 1983)

Spider Fighter (January 1983 )

Stampede (December 1981 BG ✔)

Starmaster (June 1982)

Tennis (March 1981 BG ✔)





American Videogame

Tax Avoiders (December 1986 DSEBG)






Mogul Maniac (August 1983 BG)





Answer Software

Gauntlet (??? 1983) [mail order only]

Malagai (??? 1983)






Final Approach (October 1982 BG ✔)

Guardian (November 1982 EBG) [Company went bankrupt, so the release date might be December.]

Infiltrate (September 1982 BG ✔)

Lost Luggage (June 1982 BG )

Racquetball (June 1982 BG ✔)

Shark Attack (July 1982 BG ✔) [formerly titled Lochjaw (released in June 1982)]

Skeet Shoot (December 1981 BG ✔)

Space Cavern (May 1982 BG ✔)

Spacechase (February 1982 BG ✔)

Wabbit (October 1982 BG ✔)





Avalon Hill

Death Trap (July 1983 BG)

London Blitz (June 1983 BG)

Out Of Control (March 1984 BG)

Shuttle Orbiter (March 1984 BG)

Wall Ball (June 1983 BG)






Assault (??? 1983) [available by autumn of 1983]

Great Escape (??? 1983) [available by autumn of 1983]

Wall-Defender (??? 1983) [available by autumn of 1983]

Z-Tack (??? 1983) [available by autumn of 1983]





CBS Electronics

Blueprint (July 1983 BG)

Gorf (December 1982 BG ✔)

Mountain King (December 1983 BG)

Omega Race (December 1983 BG)

Solar Fox (June 1983 BG)

Tunnel Runner (December 1983 BG)

Wizard of Wor (December 1982 BG ✔)






Berenstain Bears For Kid Vid Voice Module (March 1984 BG)

Carnival (November 1982 BG)

Donkey Kong (July/August 1982 BG ✔)

Donkey Kong Junior (September 1983 BG)

Front Line (April 1984 BG)

Mouse Trap (October 1982 BG ✔)

Mr. Do! (September 1983 BG)

Roc’n Rope (June 1984 EBG)

Smurf: Rescue In Gargamel’s Castle (April 1983 BG)

Smurfs Save the Day With Kid Vid Voice Module (November 1983 BG)

Time Pilot (October 1983 BG)

Venture (September 1982 BG ✔)

Zaxxon (April 1983 BG)






Cakewalk (June 1983 SEBG)

Cosmic Swarm (September 1982 BG ✔)

MagiCard [Removed from the market in 1982 and brought back in 1984 for a limited time.]

Mines of Minos (November 1982 BG ✔)

Room of Doom (September 1982 BG ✔)

Stronghold (July 1983 BG)

Video Life (June 1984 SEBG) [Only available to owners of Magicard.]





Data Age

Airlock (October 1982 BG ✔)

Bermuda Triangle (March 1983 BG)

Bugs (October 1982 BG ✔)

Encounter at L-5 (October 1982 BG ✔)

Frankenstein's Monster (March 1983 BG)

Journey Escape (January 1983 BG ✔)

Sssnake (October 1982 BG ✔)

Warplock (October 1982 BG ✔)





DSD/Camelot (Johnson & Johnson)

Tooth Protectors (August 1983) [mail order only]






California Games (June 1988 BG)

Summer Games (October 1987 BG)

Winter Games (October 1987 BG)






Video Jogger (??? 1983) [included with Foot Craz Activity Pad]

Video Reflex (??? 1983) [included with Foot Craz Activity Pad]





First Star Software

Boing! (November 1983 EBG)





Fox, 20th Century

Alien (December 1982 BG ✔)

Bank Heist (July 1983 BG)

Beany Bopper (October 1982 BG ✔)

Crash Dive (September 1983 BG)

Crypts Of Chaos (February 1983 BG)

Deadly Duck (October 1982 BG ✔)

The Earth Dies Screaming (June 1983 BG)

Fantastic Voyage (December 1982 BG ✔)

Fast Eddie (October 1982 BG ✔)

Flash Gordon (May 1983 BG)

M*A*S*H (April 1983 BG)

Mega Force (December 1982 BG)

Porky’s (July 1983 BG)

Revenge of the Beefsteak Tomatoes (February 1983 BG)

Spacemaster X-7 (June 1983 BG)

Turmoil (November 1982 BG)

Worm War I (October 1982 BG ✔)






Gamma-Attack (January 1983 SEBG)






Atlantis (July 1982 )

Cosmic Ark (July 1982 BG ✔)

Demon Attack (April 1982 BG ✔)

Dragonfire (December 1982 BG ✔)

Fathom (August 1983)

Fire Fighter (August 1982 )

Laser Gates (October 1983 BG)

Moonsweeper (July 1983)

No Escape! (April 1983 BG)

Quick Step (September 1983 BG) [working title was Hop To It]

Riddle of the Sphinx (August 1982 )

Shootin’ Gallery (March 1983 BG)

Solar Storm (June 1983 BG)

Star Voyager (April 1982 BG ✔)

Subterranea (December 1983 BG) [working title was Tarantula]

Trick Shot (April 1982 BG ✔)





Inspirational Video Concepts

Red Sea Crossing (October 1983 SEBG)






Marine Wars (??? 1983)

Pooyan (??? 1983)

Strategy X (??? 1983)





M Network

Adventures of Tron (February 1983 BG)

Air Raiders (February 1983 BG)

Armor Ambush (September 1982 BG)

Astroblast (Late July/August 1982 BG ✔)

Bump ’n’ Jump (November 1983 BG)

BurgerTime (August 1983 BG)

Dark Cavern (November 1982 BG)

Frogs and Flies (October 1982 BG ✔)

International Soccer (December 1982 BG ✔)

Kool-Aid Man (September 1983 BG)

Lock 'N' Chase (September 1982 BG ✔)

Masters of the Universe The Power of He-Man (December 1983 BG)

Space Attack (August 1982 BG ✔)

Star Strike (June 1983 BG)

Super Challenge Baseball (Late July/August 1982 BG ✔)

Super Challenge Football (Late July/August 1982 BG ✔)

Tron Deadly Discs (January 1983 BG ✔)






Air Raid (??? 1982)





Milton Bradley

Spitfire Attack (??? 1983)

Survival Run (??? 1983)






Bachelor Party (November 1982 BG ✔) [Bachelorette Party (??? 1983) is the gender-reversed version.]

Beat'Em & Eat'Em (November 1982 BG ✔) [Philly Flasher (??? 1983) is the gender-reversed version.]

Burning Desire/Jungle Fever [gender-reversed version] (??? 1983)

Custer’s Revenge (November 1982 BG ✔)

Gigolo/Cathouse Blues [gender-reversed version] (??? 1983)

Knight On The Town/Lady in Wading [gender-reversed version] (??? 1983)






Fire Fly (October 1983 EBG)

Sorcerer (October 1983 EBG)

Star Fox (October 1983 EBG)






Dice Puzzle (??? 1983)

Exocet (??? 1983)

Scuba Diver (??? 1983)

Seahawk (??? 1983)

Stuntman (??? 1983)





Parker Brothers

Amidar (November 1982 BG ✔)

Frogger (Late July/August 1982 BG ✔)

Frogger II ThreeeDeep! (October 1984 BG)

G.I. Joe: Cobra Strike (March 1983 BG)

Gyruss (June 1984 EBG)

James Bond 007 (May 1984 BG)

Montezuma’s Revenge (October 1984 BG)

Mr. Do!’s Castle (October 1984 EBG)

Popeye (September 1983 BG)

Q*bert (July 1983 BG)

Q*Bert’s Qubes (May 1985 DSEBG)

Reactor (February 1983 BG)

Sky Skipper (April 1983 BG)

Spider-Man (December 1982 BG ✔)

Star Wars: The Arcade Game (June 1984 EBG)

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (July 1982 BG)

Star Wars: Jedi Arena (February 1983 BG)

Star Wars: Return of the Jedi – Death Star Battle (October 1983 BG)

Strawberry Shortcake Musical Match-Ups (April 1983 BG)

Super Cobra (September 1983 BG)

Tutankham (June 1983 BG)





Personal Games Company

Birthday Mania (August 1984 DSEBG)






Steeplechase (March 1981 BG ✔)

Stellar Track (March 1981 BG ✔)

Submarine Commander (September 1982 BG ✔)

Super Breakout (October 1981 BG ✔) [Already counted under Atari.]






Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom (November 1983 BG)

Congo Bongo (December 1983 BG)

Spy Hunter (Nov 1984 EBG)

Star Trek: Strategic Operations Simulator (October 1983 BG)

Sub-Scan (March 1983 BG)

Tac-Scan (March 1983 BG)

Tapper (Nov 1984 EBG)

Thunderground (September 1983 BG)

Up ‘n Down (Nov 1984 EBG)





Selchow & Righter/QDI

Glib (October 1983 SEBG)






Eli’s Ladder (August 1984 DSEBG)





Skill Screen Games

Extra Terrestrials (??? 1984)






The Music Machine (??? 1983)






Bumper Bash (??? 1983)

The Challenge of Nexar (October 1982 BG ✔)


Chase The Chuck Wagon (October 1983 DSEBG) [mail order only from Ralston Purina]

China Syndrome (December 1982 BG ✔)

Cross Force (October 1982 BG ✔)

Gangster Alley (July 1982 BG ✔)

Gas Hog (??? 1984)

Mangia’ (??? 1983)

Master Builder (??? 1983)

Planet Patrol (July 1982 BG ✔)

Tapeworm (October 1982 BG ✔)






Communist Mutants From Space (September 1982 BG ✔)

Dragonstomper (December 1982 BG ✔)

Escape From the Mindmaster (December 1982 BG ✔)

Fireball (September 1982 BG ✔)

Frogger, The Official (July 1983 BG)

Killer Satellites (March 1983 BG)

Party Mix (October 1983 BG)

Phaser Patrol (September 1982 BG ✔)

Rabbit Transit (July 1983 BG)

Suicide Mission (September 1982 BG ✔)

Survival Island (November 1983 BG)

Sword of Saros (November 1983 BG)





Sunrise Software

Quest for Quintana Roo (??? 1984)






Glacier Patrol (October 1989 DSEBG) [purchased from Sunrise Software]

Universal Chaos (??? 1989)






CocoNuts (November 1982 BG ✔)

Cosmic Creeps (December 1982 BG ✔)

Demolition Herby (January 1983 BG)

Fast Food (November 1982 BG ✔)

Ram It (January 1983 BG)

Stargunner (January 1983 BG)






Espial (April 1984 BG)

Jawbreaker (October 1982 BG ✔)

King Kong (August 1982 BG ✔)

Marauder (November 1982 BG ✔)

Miner 2049er (May 1983 BG)

Miner 2049er Volume II (December 1983 DSEBG)

Polaris (April 1983 BG)

River Patrol (May 1984 BG)

Springer (October 1983 BG)

Threshold (Late August/September 1982 BG ✔)





TNT Games

BMX Air Master (October 1989) [rereleased by Atari]





U.S. Games

Commando Raid (October 1982 BG ✔)

Eggomania (January 1983 BG)

Entombed (March 1983 BG)

Gopher (January 1983 BG)

M.A.D. (January 1983 BG)

Name This Game (January 1983 BG)

Picnic (January 1983 BG)

Piece O’ Cake (March 1983 BG)

Raft Rider (March 1983 BG)

Sneak'n Peek (August 1982 BG ✔)

Space Jockey (January 1982, then April 1982 BG ✔)

Squeeze Box (January 1983 BG)

Towering Inferno (October 1982 BG ✔)

Word Zapper (August 1982 BG ✔)






Condor Attack (October 1982 BG ✔)

Karate (October 1982 BG ???)





Universal Gamex

X-Man (??? 1983)






Rescue Terra I (December 1982 BG ✔)





Wizard Video

Halloween (??? 1983)

Texas Chainsaw Massacre (??? 1983)






Artillery Duel (November 1983 BG)

Chuck Norris Superkicks (November 1983 BG)

Ghost Manor (September 1983 BG)

Motocross Racer (??? 1984)

Robin Hood (??? 1984)

Sir Lancelot (??? 1984)

Spike’s Peak (September 1983 BG)

Tomarc The Barbarian (??? 1984)






Challenge [Converted from PAL to NTSC and sold in Canada by Zellers. Barely worth mentioning. (More about Zellers.)]

Time Warp [Converted from PAL to NTSC and sold in Canada by Zellers. Barely worth mentioning. (More about Zellers.)]






Cosmic Corridor (February 1983 BG)

Dishaster (February 1983 BG)

I Want My Mommy (February 1983 BG)

Tanks But No Tanks (February 1983 BG)





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In Case You Didn't Know


Trump's Jab = Bad

Did you know that Trump's rushed experimental rona jab has less than one percent overall benefit? It also has many possible horrible side effects. Some brainwashed rona jab cultists claim that there are no victims of the jab, but person after person will post what the jab did to them, a friend, or a family member on web sites such as Facebook and Twitter and they'll be lucky if they don't get banned soon after. Posting the truth is “misinformation” don't you know. Awakened sheep might turn into lions, so powerful people will do just about anything to keep the sheep from waking up.


Check out these videos:

What is causing the mysterious self-assembling non-organic clots?

If You Got the COVID Shot and Aren't Injured, This May Be Why

Full Video of Tennessee House of Representatives Health Subcommittee Hearing Room 2 (The Doctors Start Talking at 33:28)



H Word and I Word = Good

Take a look at my page called The H Word and Beyond. You might also want to look at my page called Zinc and Quercetin. My sister and I have been taking those two supplements since summer of 2020 in the hopes that they would scare away the flu and other viruses (or at least make them less severe).



B Vitamins = Good

Some people appear to have a mental illness because they have a vitamin B deficiency. For example, the wife of a guy I used to chat with online had severe mood swings which seemed to be caused by food allergies or intolerances. She would became irrational, obnoxious, throw tantrums, and generally act like she had a mental illness. The horrid behavior stopped after she started taking a vitamin B complex. I've been taking Jarrow B-Right (#ad) for many years. It makes me much easier to live with.



Soy = Bad

Unfermented soy is bad! “When she stopped eating soy, the mental problems went away.” Fermented soy doesn't bother me, but the various versions of unfermented soy (soy flour, soybean oil, and so on) that are used in all kinds of products these days causes a negative mental health reaction in me that a vitamin B complex can't tame. The sinister encroachment of soy has made the careful reading of ingredients a necessity.



Wheat = Bad

If you are overweight, have type II diabetes, or are worried about the condition of your heart, check out the videos by Ken D Berry, William Davis, and Ivor Cummins. It seems that most people should avoid wheat, not just those who have a wheat allergy or celiac disease. Check out these books: Undoctored (#ad), Wheat Belly (#ad), and Eat Rich, Live Long (#ad).



Negative Ions = Good

Negative ions are good for us. You might want to avoid positive ion generators and ozone generators. A plain old air cleaner is better than nothing, but one that produces negative ions makes the air in a room fresher and easier for me to breathe. It also helps to brighten my mood.



Litterbugs = Bad

Never litter. Toss it in the trash or take it home. Do not throw it on the ground. Also remember that good people clean up after themselves at home, out in public, at a campsite and so on. Leave it better than you found it.



Climate Change Cash Grab = Bad

Seems like more people than ever finally care about water, land, and air pollution, but the climate change cash grab scam is designed to put more of your money into the bank accounts of greedy politicians. Those power-hungry schemers try to trick us with bad data and lies about overpopulation while pretending to be caring do-gooders. Trying to eliminate pollution is a good thing, but the carbon footprint of the average law-abiding human right now is actually making the planet greener instead of killing it.


Watch these two YouTube videos for more information:

CO2 is Greening The Earth

The Climate Agenda



How to Wake Up Normies

Charlie Robinson had some good advice about waking up normies (see the link to the video below). He said instead of verbally unloading or being nasty or acting like a bully, ask the person a question. Being nice and asking a question will help the person actually think about the subject.


Interesting videos:

Charlie Robinson Talks About the Best Way to Wake Up Normies

Georgia Guidestones Explained

The Men Who Own Everything


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