Atari 2600

(1977 – 1992)
  • SYSTEM
  • Abbreviation: 2600
  • Developer: Atari, Inc.
  • Manufacturer: Atari, Inc.
  • Release Date: 1977
  • Discontinued: 1992
  • Type: HOME_CONSOLE
  • Family: ATARI
  • Generation: SECOND
  • Year Introduced: 1977
  • Year Discontinued: 1992
  • Games Count: 518

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

Game Details
Cruise Missile (Froggo, October 9, 1982)
Crypts of Chaos (20th Century Fox Video Games, October 9, 1982)
Crystal Castles (Atari, October 9, 1984)
Cubicolor (Rob Fulop, 1985)
Custer's Revenge (Mystique, October 9, 1982)
Dancing Plate (Quelle, October 9, 1983)
Dark Cavern (Mattel, October 9, 1982)
Dark Chambers (Sculptured Software, October 9, 1988)
Deadly Duck (20th Century Fox Video Games, October 9, 1982)
Death Trap (Avalon Hill, October 9, 1983)
Defender (Atari, October 9, 1981)
Demolition Herby (Telesys, October 9, 1983)
Demon Attack (Imagic, October 9, 1982)
Demons To Diamonds (Atari, October 9, 1982)
Desert Falcon (Atari, October 9, 1987)
Dice Puzzle (Panda Entertainment, October 9, 1983)
Dice Puzzle (or Sancho) (Sancho, 1983)
Dig Dug (Atari, October 9, 1983)
Dishaster (Zimag, October 9, 1983)
Dodge 'Em (Atari, October 9, 1978)
Dolphin (Activision, December 27, 1983)
Donkey Kong (Coleco, October 9, 1982)
Donkey Kong Junior (Coleco, October 9, 1983)
Double Dragon (Imagineering Inc, July 23, 1989)
Double Dunk (Atari, October 9, 1989)
Double Ender: Artillery Duel/Chuck Norris Superkicks (Xonox, October 9, 1983)
Double Ender: Artillery Duel/Ghost Manor (Xonox, October 9, 1983)
Double Ender: Artillery Duel/Spike's Peak (Xonox, October 9, 1983)
Double Ender: Chuck Norris Superkicks/Ghost Manor (Xonox, October 9, 1983)
Double Ender: Chuck Norris Superkicks/Spike's Peak (Xonox, October 9, 1983)
Double Ender: Ghost Manor/Spike's Peak (Xonox, October 9, 1983)
Double Ender: Motocross Racer/Tomarc the Barbarian (Xonox, October 9, 1984)
Double Ender: Robin Hood/Sir Lancelot (Xonox, October 9, 1983)
Dragon Defender (Ariola, 1984)
Dragonfire (Imagic, October 9, 1982)
Dragonstomper (Starpath Corp., October 9, 1982)
Dragster (Activision, October 9, 1980)
E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial (Atari, October 9, 1982)
Earth Dies Screaming (20th Century Fox Video Games, October 9, 1983)
Eggomania (James Wickstead Design Associates, October 9, 1982)
Elevator Action (Atari, October 9, 2013)
Eli's Ladder (Simage, October 9, 1982)
Encounter At L-5 (Data Age, October 9, 1982)
Enduro (Activision, October 9, 1983)
Entity (CGE Services, August 9, 2003)
Entombed (Western Technologies, Inc., October 9, 1982)
Escape From The Mindmaster (Starpath Corp., October 9, 1982)
Espial (Tigervision, October 9, 1984)
Exocet (Panda Entertainment, October 9, 1983)
Exocet (or Sancho) (Sancho, 1982)
Atari 2600 was officially discontinued in 1992.
It does not, and will not, have any official upcoming games.