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
Home Run (Atari, October 9, 1978)
Hot Action Pack (HES Interactive, 1990)
Human Cannonball (Atari, October 9, 1978)
Hunt & Score (Atari, October 9, 1980)
Concentration (Atari, 1978)
I Want My Mommy (Zimag, October 9, 1983)
Ice Hockey (Activision, October 9, 1981)
Ikari Warriors (Atari, October 9, 1989)
Indy 500 (Atari, October 9, 1977)
Infiltrate (Apollo, October 9, 1982)
International Soccer (Mattel, October 9, 1982)
James Bond 007 (On-Time Software, October 9, 1983)
Jawbreaker (Tigervision, October 9, 1982)
Journey Escape (Data Age, October 9, 1982)
Joust (Atari, October 9, 1983)
Jr. Pac-Man (Atari, October 9, 1984)
Jungle Fever/Knight on the Town (Playaround, October 9, 1982)
Jungle Hunt (Atari, October 9, 1983)
Kaboom! (Activision, October 9, 1981)
Kangaroo (Atari, October 9, 1983)
Karate (Ultravision, October 9, 1980)
Keystone Kapers (Activision, October 9, 1983)
Kid Vid (Coleco, 1983)
Killer Satellites (Starpath Corp., October 9, 1983)
King Kong (Tigervision, October 9, 1982)
Kool-Aid Man (Mattel, October 9, 1983)
Krull (Atari, October 9, 1983)
Kung Fu Master (Imagineering Inc, May 12, 1987)
Kung Fu Superkicks: Pursuit of The Ninja (Telegames, Inc., October 9, 1987)
Laser Blast (Activision, March 1, 1981)
Laser Gates (Imagic, October 9, 1983)
Laser Volley (Zellers, October 9, 1983)
Lilly Adventure (Quelle, October 9, 1983)
Lochjaw (Apollo, 1981)
Lock 'n' Chase (Mattel, October 9, 1982)
London Blitz (Avalon Hill, October 9, 1983)
Lost Luggage (Apollo, October 9, 1982)
M.A.D. (Western Technologies, Inc., October 9, 1982)
M*A*S*H (20th Century Fox Video Games, October 9, 1983)
Magic Carpet (Homevision, 1983)
MagiCard (CommaVid, Inc., October 9, 1982)
Malagai (Answer Software, October 9, 1983)
Mangia' (Spectravision, October 9, 1983)
Marauder (Tigervision, October 9, 1982)
Marine Wars (Konami, October 9, 1983)
Mario Bros. (Atari, October 9, 1983)
Master Builder (Spectravision, October 9, 1983)
Masters of the Universe: Power of He-Man (Mattel, October 9, 1983)
Math Gran Prix (Atari, October 9, 1982)
Maze Craze: A Game of Cops 'n Robbers (Atari, October 9, 1978)
Atari 2600 was officially discontinued in 1992.
It does not, and will not, have any official upcoming games.