Atari 7800

(1984 – 1992)
  • SYSTEM
  • Abbreviation: 7800
  • Developer: Atari, Inc.
  • Manufacturer: Atari, Inc.
  • Release Date: 1984
  • Discontinued: 1992
  • Type: HOME_CONSOLE
  • Family: ATARI
  • Generation: THIRD
  • Year Introduced: 1984
  • Year Discontinued: 1992
  • Games Count: 58

This is a list of all unique games that were released for Atari 7800 - around the world.

Game Details
Ace of Aces (Artech Studios, October 9, 1988)
Alien Brigade (Sculptured Software, October 9, 1990)
Asteroids (Atari, October 9, 1986)
Ballblazer (General Computer Corp., October 9, 1988)
Barnyard Blaster (Atari, October 9, 1988)
Basketbrawl (Blue Sky Software, October 9, 1990)
Centipede (Atari, October 9, 1987)
Choplifter! (ibidinc Games, October 9, 1987)
Commando (Sculptured Software, October 9, 1990)
Crack'ed (Atari, October 9, 1988)
Crossbow (Imagineering Inc, October 9, 1988)
Dark Chambers (Sculptured Software, October 9, 1988)
Desert Falcon (Atari, October 9, 1987)
Dig Dug (Atari, October 9, 1987)
Donkey Kong (Atari, October 9, 1988)
Donkey Kong Junior (Atari, October 9, 1988)
Double Dragon (Imagineering Inc, October 9, 1989)
F-18 Hornet (Imagineering Inc, October 9, 1988)
Fatal Run (Sculptured Software, October 9, 1991)
Fight Night (Imagineering Inc, October 9, 1988)
Food Fight (Atari, October 9, 1986)
Galaga (Atari, October 9, 1987)
Hat Trick (ibidinc Games, October 9, 1987)
Ikari Warriors (Imagineering Inc, October 9, 1990)
Impossible Mission (Computer Magic, October 9, 1986)
Jinks (Atari, October 9, 1989)
Joust (Atari, October 9, 1986)
Karateka (ibidinc Games, October 9, 1988)
KLAX (Blue Sky Software, 2002)
Kung Fu Master (Imagineering Inc, October 9, 1989)
Mario Bros. (Atari, October 9, 1987)
Mat Mania Challenge (Blue Sky Software, October 9, 1990)
Mean 18 Golf (Blue Sky Software, October 9, 1989)
Meltdown (Atari, October 9, 1990)
Midnight Mutants (Radioactive Software, October 9, 1990)
Motor Psycho (Blue Sky Software, October 9, 1990)
Ms. Pac-Man (Atari, October 9, 1987)
Ninja Golf (Blue Sky Software, October 9, 1990)
One-on-One Basketball (Computer Magic, October 9, 1987)
Pete Rose Baseball (Imagineering Inc, October 9, 1989)
Planet Smashers (Atari, October 9, 1990)
Pole Position II (Atari, October 9, 1987)
Rampage (Activision, October 9, 1989)
RealSports Baseball (Atari, October 9, 1988)
Robotron: 2084 (Atari, October 9, 1987)
Scrapyard Dog (Blue Sky Software, October 9, 1991)
Summer Games (Computer Magic, October 9, 1987)
Super Huey UH-IX (Atari, October 9, 1988)
Super Skateboardin' (Imagineering Inc, October 9, 1988)
Tank Command (Froggo, October 9, 1988)
Atari 7800 was officially discontinued in 1992.
It does not, and will not, have any official upcoming games.