Atari 2600

(1977 – 1992)

This is a list of all unique games that were released for Atari 2600 - around the world.

Game Details
2 Pak Special: Dungeon Master / Creature Strike (Otto Versand, 1992)
3-D Tic-Tac-Toe (Atari, October 9, 1978)
The Activision Decathlon (Activision, October 9, 1983)
Adventure (Atari, October 9, 1979)
Adventures of Tron (Mattel, October 9, 1982)
Air Raid (Men-A-Vision, October 9, 1982)
Air Raiders (Mattel, October 9, 1982)
Air-Sea Battle (Atari, October 9, 1977)
Air-Sea Battle (Atari, 1977)
Airlock (Data Age, October 9, 1982)
Alien (20th Century Fox Video Games, October 9, 1982)
Alpha Beam With Ernie (Atari, October 9, 1983)
Amidar (Parker Bros., October 9, 1982)
Armor Ambush (Mattel, October 9, 1982)
Artillery Duel (Action Graphics, October 9, 1983)
Assault (Bomb, October 9, 1983)
Asteroid Fire (Homevision, 1983)
Asteroids (Atari, October 9, 1981)
Asteroids (Atari, 1981)
Astroblast (Mattel, October 9, 1982)
Atari Video Cube (Atari, October 9, 1982)
Atlantis (Imagic, July 1, 1982)
Bachelor Party (Mystique, October 9, 1982)
Bachelor Party/Gigolo (Playaround, October 9, 1982)
Bachelorette Party/Burning Desire (Playaround, October 9, 1982)
Backgammon (Atari, October 9, 1978)
Bank Heist (20th Century Fox Video Games, October 9, 1983)
Barnstorming (Activision, October 9, 1982)
Base Attack (Quelle, October 9, 1983)
Basic Math (Atari, October 9, 1977)
BASIC Programming (Atari, October 9, 1978)
BASIC Programming (Atari, 1978)
Basketball (Atari, October 9, 1978)
Battlezone (Atari, October 9, 1983)
Beamrider (Activision, January 24, 1984)
Beany Bopper (20th Century Fox Video Games, October 9, 1982)
Beat 'Em & Eat 'Em (Mystique, October 9, 1982)
Beat 'Em & Eat 'Em/Lady in Wading (Playaround, October 9, 1982)
Berenstain Bears (Coleco, October 9, 1983)
Berenstain Bears: Big Number Hunt (Coleco, 1983)
Berenstain Bears: Great Letter Roundup (Coleco, 1983)
Berenstain Bears: Spooky Spelling Bee (Coleco, 1983)
Bermuda Triangle (Data Age, October 9, 1982)
Berzerk (Atari, October 9, 1982)
Big Bird's Egg Catch (Atari, October 9, 1983)
Blackjack (Atari, October 9, 1977)
Blue Print (CBS Electronics, October 9, 1983)
BMX Airmaster (Sculptured Software, October 9, 1989)
Boing! (First Star Software, October 9, 1983)
Bowling (Atari, October 9, 1978)
Atari 2600 was officially discontinued in 1992.
It does not, and will not, have any official upcoming games.
No releases can be found!

This is a list of all distinct game releases for Atari 2600!
We define a distinct release as a release of a game that was created for a distinct commercial purpose by the publisher.
Things such as "Collector's Edition", "Player's Choice", "Demo Discs", etc, all have a distinct commerical purpose for why they were created and exist, so they are distinct releases, and are listed here.
Minor variations (e.g. print run differences, minor revisions, etc) of a release that share the same commercial purpose we do not consider "important" enough to be listed as a distinct release - we document minor variations too, but on the individual release page.