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  5200 End Labels

High quality set of vinyl end labels for the Atari 5200.

The sheet consists of a full set of every cartridge released without an end label.

There are 55 labels total.

These labels have been expertly designed to look as if they were always supposed to be there like Atari's other cartridges.

These labels are made to stand up to use!
They are waterproof and very durable, not just paper stickers!


  3D Tic Tac Toe

A 3D version of Tic Tac Toe, also known as Noughts and Crosses, Hugs and Kisses, and many other names. Players take turns marking the spaces in a grid. The player who succeeds in placing respective marks in a horizontal, vertical or diagonal row wins the game.



You face the ultimate test underneath the wizard's castle... Are you clever enough to escape the moving walls and creatures in the mazes of the dungeon? Contains sixteen levels fo play. Converted from the Atari XL.


  Adventure II

You’ve heard the stories from long ago.

Stories of an adventurer, who braved dragons and dangerous mazes to return the Chalice from the forces of evil. At night, you’ve dreamt of such adventure. Often the dreams occur in the Ice Kingdom’s abandoned, frozen landscapes to the north; other times, you find yourself hopelessly lost in the Green Kingdom’s hedge mazes; sometimes the dreaming takes place in the frightening endless forests, which surround the Dark Kingdom.

And now, the Chalice is missing again. Your weapons and keys, gone from the safety of the Seashore Castle. Peasants cry out in fear with tales of fantastic and dangerous creatures roaming the countryside. Evil has once again stolen the Chalice and hidden it! Return this sacred Chalice to the safety of the Seashore Kingdom’s Castle!

Adventure II is the much-anticipated, unofficial sequel to Atari's classic Adventure on the 2600. Taking advantage of the Atari 5200's improved capabilities over the 2600, Adventure II is much larger and more detailed than the original, while still remaining faithful to the traits that made the classic Adventure memorable even after 25 years.

Adventure II: includes: Adventure II 32K game cartridge, parchment envelope containing maps of the four hedge mazes, An Adventure II magnet featuring Brundle the Dragon, and a magnet from our partner Atari Age.


  ANALOG Multicart

Many great Analog games all on one cartridge! Play Blast, Elevator Reapairman, Fill 'er Up, Livewire, Popcorn and more! Converted from the Atari XL.



Similar to chess, but with a number of significant changes. Various pieces are designed to have various offsetting abilities, when one piece attempts to take another the removal of the targeted piece is not automatic. Instead, the two pieces are placed into a full-screen 'combat arena' and must battle (action-style, with the players running the pieces) to determine who takes the square.
Converted from the Atari XL.




Based on the 1979 Atari coin-op. Navigate your ship avoiding asteroids in space. Supports up to four players in head to head or cooperative play. This cartridge is a prototype reproduction.



You control three guns protecting the legendary city of Atlantis, which is being invaded by an enemy known as the Gorgons. The Gorgon fleet attacks from the air and attempts to destroy your city. Use your guns to shoot the enemy ships down. The game is over when the entire city is destroyed. Converted from the Atari XL.


  Attack of the Mutant Camels

A surreal horizontally-scrolling shooter.
The player controls a small jetplane and has the task of killing giant yellow camels before they reach the home base. Doing so requires several dozens of shots. The camels retaliate by shooting fireballs from their mouth. Since the camels continuously move towards your base, and new camels are added every time one is destroyed, the game will eventually end in defeat.

The game is perhaps inspired by the AT-AT attack sequence in The Empire Strikes Back, and gameplay is very similar to that of the Atari 2600 game based on the film. Converted from the Atari XL.




Based on the 1980 Atari coin-op. This version has colorful background images in place of vector graphics as seen in the arcade coin-op. Features a two-joystick option if you have the Robotron or Space Dungeon joystick coupler. This cartridge is a playable prototype reproduction.


  Batty Builders

A catch 'n' throw game. Converted from the Atari XL.


  BC's Quest for Tires

Based on the comic strip B.C. by Johnny Hart. The name of the game is a play on the title of the contemporaneous film, Quest for Fire.

The player takes the role of the caveman Thor, who has to rescue his girlfriend, the Cute Chick, who has been kidnapped by a dinosaur. To do this, he must travel on his stone unicycle through several levels. Each level involves Thor moving from the left to the right, avoiding various dangers.


  Beef Drop

A port of the popular arcade game Burgertime to the Atari 5200, complete with the new name of Beef Drop. Burgertime was ported to many home game consoles and computer systems, including the Intellivision, ColecoVision, Atari 2600, Nintendo Entertainment System, but it never found a home on the Atari 5200 until now. While a disk-based version of Burgertime was released for the Atari 8-bit computers, this version has been written from scratch to be more faithful to the arcade version than the older 8-bit port.

Beef Drop includes the cartridge and 12-page, full-color manual.


  Buried Buck$

Pilot your helicopter and mine for buck$. Bomb the surface, dodge enemy planes and blast obstacles to cash in! Converted from the Atari XL.


  Captain Beeble

A horizontal scrolling shoot 'em up. Control Captain Beeble through a series of tunnels and caves by directing the thrust of his jet-pack, similar to the control in Asteroids. A light gravity effect is the only external force moving Captain Beeble. Exterminate enemies bugs while moving blocks to retrieve a crystal and return it to the Crystal Processing Unit. Beeble's task is complicated by limited jet pack fuel and the volatility of the crystal. If he carries the crystal too long it explodes.

Levels get progressively harder with the introduction of more obstacles, narrower tunnels, more bugs, and poisonous walls that cause Beeble to explode on contact. Converted from the Atari XL.


  Capture the Flag

Capture The Flag offers a first-person perspective within a 3D rendered environment and full 360 degree movement. No game is ever the same as the game creates an infinite amount of randomly generated mazes. Single player or simultaneous two-player action!


  Castle Crisis

Fans of the classic Atari arcade game Warlords will be pleased to learn that Bryan Edewaard has developed a version for the Atari 5200 titled Castle Crisis. In this fast-paced game, up to four players can compete against one another or computer opponents. Using your shield, you must capture and launch fireballs against an enemy's castle, while protecting your own castle from enemy fireball hits. Gameplay mechanics and graphics mirror the arcade, with additional gameplay options available, adding variety to an already great game. This is simply one of the best arcade ports available for the 5200.

Castle Crisis features a professionally printed box, label and manual. The Castle Crisis artwork created by GDG contributor Manu Pärssinen.

Castle Crisis supports up to four players on a four-port 5200 system, and even supports 5200 paddle controllers if you have them, for a more authentic arcade experience. If you're a fan of the arcade Warlords, or of the popular 2600 version, you owe it to yourself to buy Castle Crisis!


  Caverns of Mars

Caverns of Mars is similar in concept and visual style to the 1981 arcade game Scramble, except the player flies down into the caverns as opposed to sideways through them. Descend your ship into the tunnels of Mars, firing at targets along the way, in order to destroy teh reactor. Converted from the Atari XL.



One of the world's most popular games
played on a square chequered chessboard with 64 squares arranged in an eight-by-eight grid. At the start, each player (one controlling the white pieces, the other controlling the black pieces) controls sixteen pieces: one king, one queen, two rooks, two knights, two bishops, and eight pawns. The object of the game is to checkmate the opponent's king, whereby the king is under immediate attack (in "check") and there is no way to remove it from attack on the next move. Converted from the Atari XL.



There is trouble in the barnyard! Ma Hen and a pesky old fox battle it out, as you try to save the local chicken population. Seems that the fox has found Ma Hen's eggs, and she is trying to save them from his deadly clutches. Converted from the Atari XL.


  Chop Suey

Jump, Punch and Kick in this 2D fighter. Huge sprite graphics and incredibly fast. Disgrace your opponent before he disgraces you and watch out for that SCORPION! Single player or simultaneous two-player action!


  Claim Jumper

In a California gold rush setting, two miners compete to pick up a gold nugget, trade it for cash, and deposit the cash into their respective banks, while avoiding pursuing snakes and tumbleweeds. Getting caught or running into something you shouldn't causes you to be paralyzed for two seconds, during which your opponent can steal your gold or cash. Converted from the Atari XL.


  Clowns & Balloons

Clowns & Balloons is an improved version of the 1977 coin-op game Circus. You control the two people holding the trampoline at the bottom of the screen, and you must keep the clown bouncing around to pop all of the balloons scrolling at the top of the screen. Converted from the Atari XL.


  Cosmi 2-in-1:
Forbidden Forest and Slinky

Two great games on one cartridge!

In Forbidden Forest you control an archer, armed with a bow and a limit of four quivers of arrows per level. The aim is to move through a forest setting while eliminating various monsters, including giant spiders, bees, mutated frogs, dragons, wizards and snakes, with the final enemy being the "Demogorgon". The game has four levels of difficulty which determine the number and speed of the monsters. This is one of the earliest video games to use animated blood.

In Slinky you control a spring and attempt to change all the blocks to a single color by jumping from block to block, similar to Q*Bert.



Tired of trying to juggle two controllers together playing Robotron: 2084 and other dual joystick games? Spending a fortune on duct tape after you realize that your two hands can’t hold them alone. Try one of our new CONTROLLER COUPLERS that do the heavy lifting for you while looking all nice and fancy!

Works with Intellidiscs, Robotron, and Space Dungeon.

Obviously, controllers are NOT included.
They are simply pictured to display how the couplers look.




Blast your way out of an all-sides attack! In this grid-based game you must avoid the enemy while chasing down enemy vehicles. A clone of the arcade game Targ.
Converted from the Atari XL.


  Crystal Castles

As in the popular 1983 coin-op, you control Bentley Bear and collect gems located throughout trimetric-projected rendered castles while avoiding enemies out to get him as well as the gems. Converted from the Atari XL.


  Demon Attack

Marooned on the ice planet Krybor, the player uses a laser cannon to destroy wave after wave of demons that attack from above. Converted from the Atari XL.


  Desmond's Dungeon

Fiendish Alfonso Schwarz has found the ideal place to hide his plundered gold. He is stashing it in an underground dungeon, a complicated maze of connected passages.

One day, Desmond, out for a walk in the sun, accidentally discovers Alfonso's hiding place. Realising that the vast fortune could all be his, he descends into the dark and dingy depths of the earth to search for the precious metal.

The gold is scattered about the dungeon in bags and Desmond must search for it before carrying it back to the surface. But there are dangerous spiders living in the tunnels, alongside the deadly plungers.

Every now and then, Alfonso flies overhead to drop off some more gold. If he sees Desmond, he will try to bomb him. Can Desmond get all the gold to the surface before the spiders, the plungers or the bombs get him? Converted from the Atari XL.


  Diamond Mine

A quest for fabulous diamonds far below the earth's surface. Hop into your subterranean mining vehicle and get ready for a fast-paced arcade style game that puts your reaction time and strategic thinking to the test. Explore twenty monster filled mine shafts. A huge underground labyrinth beckons you to seize its fabulous treasure. Converted from the Atari XL.


  Donkey Kong

Jumpman must rescue a damsel in distress from a giant ape named Donkey Kong. Converted from the Atari XL.


  Donkey Kong Jr.

Donkey Kong Junior is trying to rescue his papa Donkey Kong, who has been captured by Jumpman. This game is the sequel to the video game Donkey Kong. Converted from the Atari XL.



Once upon a time there was a kingdom that was very small. It was so small in fact that no one larger than a flea ever gave it much thought.

In this tiniest of places there lived a race of peaceful hippety, hoppity creatures called DRELBS. One day a shadow fell over this happy land. It was invaded by trollaboars, evil looking gnomes of squarish stature who, because they also were not very large, coveted this miniature land for their own. They came with screwhead tanks to destroy the drelbs, and hunted drelbs just for fun.

Although the drelbs were tiny, they weren't short on smarts. They led the trollaboars to the atomic flip grid in the center of the city and there decided to make their stand.

Your task, if you've the courage of a friendly drelb, is to defeat the trollaboars on th atomic flip grid. You must be fast and cunning to avoid the hunters and save the drelbs from extinction. And above all, you must have heart! Happy blinking, drelb lover!



Encounter is an alien shoot 'em up and flying game that contains eight environments with three difficulty levels and includes 3-D graphics and sound effects to indicate the approach of enemy kamikaze aliens. The game contains two level types: a shooting level where diamond-shaped aliens attack the player in a 3-D plane and a flying level where the player must navigate a 3-D star field by avoiding contact with any foreign objects.


  Fast Eddie

Eddie must avoid getting tripped up with the Sneakers by climbing ladders and walking and jumping within the five floors of an unfinished building - all while trying to collect 10 prizes and a Key. Converted from the Atari XL.


  Final Legacy

In this war game the object is to defeat the enemy before time runs out. The action takes place in three separate arenas - land, sea, and air - in which you must blast the enemy from a variety of perspectives. This game was sometimes referred to as "The Legacy".


  Fort Apocalypse

Fort Apocaypse is a 2-D side-scroller that requires the player to navigate an underground Kralthan prison in a Rocket Copter, destroying or avoiding enemies while rescuing the prisoners. Fire your rockets and drop bombs to obliterate your enemies! Plays similar to Choplifter, Scramble & Super Cobra.




FreeCell is a solitaire based card game played with a 52-card standard deck. FreeCell is fundamentally different from most solitaire games in that most deals can be solved


  Frisky Tom

Based on the 1981 nichibutso coin-op. Comes complete with girl in bathtub! Frisky Tom is a complete and fully playable prototype reproduction cartridge.


  Gateway to Apshai

Gateway to Apshai is a top-down action-RPG. Turmoil rocks the land and the only salvation lies in the magic of the Temple of Apshai. Unfortunately the location of this temple has gotten lost in time. Furthermore, many heros dispatched to seek it have been slain. A legend speaks that only the blood of the greatest hero of Apshai's greatest hero will be able to reclaim the lost Temple of Apshai. Unfortunately this "greatest hero" has also perished. But all hope is not lost, for the wise man, Merlis has found the hero's son, whose blood is still able to fulfill the prophesy. With great haste, Merlis brings the youngster to the dungeon pits and leaves him to fend for himself. It is this youngster's destiny to find safe passage by battling
snakes, swamp rats, bats and many more creatures.




This is a 1981 Pac-Man clone by Nittoh. It features a different maze that becomes invisible or disappears at certain times or levels.

A pie-shaped player moves around a maze eating dots while being chased by four ghosts. Eating all the dots will advance the player to the next level. Eating any of the power dots temporarily makes the ghosts vulnerable and eating fruit gives you bonus points.



As in the obscure ort of the obscure 1983 coin-op, you must collect all the letters to spell the word IXION, shoot enemies and avoid being shot yourself.



Navigate a small yellow set of jaws around the map to pick up small dots while avoiding the "jawbreakers" which roll around the map. Converted from the Atari XL.


  Journey to the Planets

Your ultimate goal is to return to your home planet by exploring the universe and solving the various puzzles. Explore strange planets and fend off hostile aliens, solve puzzles, and recover various artifacts. Pilot through space while avoiding comets and conserving energy until you come across other planets to explore.


  Jumpman Jr.

The sequel to Jumpman featuring similar gameplay with all new levels. Your goal is to disarm all of the bombs on the level before time runs out. Each level consists of a variety of platforms, ladders, and ropes you will need to jump and climb to reach the bombs. To make the game more challenging, a bullet will fire on the screen from time to time which will cause Jumpman to lose a life if hit. Each level has a different theme to it, and a few also have additional dangers as well. You will encounter deadly fires, the bouncing hellstones, moving ladders, disappearing platforms, and more. Converted from the Atari XL.



  Jr. Pac-Man

Based on the 1983 Bally Midwaycoin-op. Gobble up the dots on a large scrolling playfield. Jr. Pac-Man is a complete and fully playable prototype reproduction cartridge.


  K-Star Patrol

An original horizontal-scrolling space shooter. While on patrol overa mysterious alien planet, your team of star ships in brutally attacked by an onslought of enemy forces. Only you and your lead star ship can safely defend the squadron. Blast your way through the alien attack ships and outmaneuver their dangerous low-level avoidance system! Converted from the Atari XL.


  Kid Grid

Run around the grid, color squares and avoid monsters in a game that resembles Amidar and Pepper II. You cannot kill the enemies, but they can kill you! Armed with only a few "stuns” to defend your self while you traverse 15 different playing levels.


  Koffi: Yellow Kopter

Koffi is a little kopter, and not allowed to go with the bigger rescue kopters on missions. But when Koffi learns of an insidious plan of Pyro the stormcloud to burn down the forests ... Koffi must take action! Protect the forests and the animals that live there, and defeat the villainous Pyro the electrified stormcloud! Koffi is a one-screen action game, with four stages per level, and as many levels as you can defeat!


  Laser Gates

A fun side-scrolling shooter sends you into the depths of the 'Cryptic Computer' to destroy four failsafe detonators that will cause the massive computer to self-destruct, thus threatening the universe. You pilot the Dante Dart, a small but effective fighter craft that handles well in the caverns of the computer. On the way expect to battle several types of enemies and to avoid or blast your way through a number of hazards while maintaining your shields and energy to make it to the next detonator on time. Converted from the Atari XL.



  Last Starfighter, The

The game to be based on the movie of the same title telling the story of a videogaming boy, seemingly doomed to stay at his trailer park home all his life, finds himself recruited as a gunner for an alien defense force. Released as Star Raiders 2 on the Atari 8-bit computers. This cartridge is a playable prototype reproduction.



  Looney Tunes Hotel

As Bugs Bunny, you must explore five levels of the hotel avoiding bombs and gathering as many carrots as you can before the timer counts down. This game also features Yosemite Sam, the Tasmanian Devil and Elmer Fudd.



A six-stage adventure game. Features a nifty 3-D effect on the phoenix stage. This cartridge is a playable prototype reproduction, although a few bugs still exist in the code that occasionally causes the game to crash.




Based on the 1982 Atari coin-op. An army of menacing millipedes have invaded your garden patch! This Centipede sequel is complete and fully playable despite being a prototype reproduction. Supports the Atari Trak-ball peripheral.



  Mr. Cool

You as a cube jump on the pyramid built with color-changing platforms. Similar to Q*Bert, you must make all platforms the same color while avoiding the flying comets. Converted from the Atari XL.



You're a sorcerer doing battle against some rather voracious spiders. Your weapons - and the spiders' favorite thing to poison - are the trees. Only these are enchanted trees which you control with your magical wisp. Using the wisp you plant the seeds, nurse the saplings to maturity and prevent them from being trampled on by uncouth Neanderthal thugs wearing nothing but large wooden clubs. Later, you take your deciduous army to the next screen where you position them strategically over unhatched spider eggs located in brick incubators. If you're skillful, the roots will erode the brick and the tree will crash down, crushing the egg and killing the fledgling spider inside. If you're sluggish, the spider hatches, eats the tree and comes after you. Leave no eggs uncrushed because they all become spiders which come back to haunt and hunt you in the last screen - the final showdown between you and the Necromancer himself. Converted from the Atari XL.


  O'Riley's Mine

As an Irish prospector named Timothy O'Riley, dig an unending series of mines searching for coal, gold, diamonds, rubies, and oil. But watch out for the evil creatures you've disturbed and the rising underground river - don't let either one touch you or you will die! And beware - the creatures move much faster while the moon is up. The river is unstoppable, but you can kill or block the creatures with a limited supply of dynamite.

O'Riley's Mine is essentially a high-speed variant of Mr. Do! and Boulder Dash - you must race around collecting everything before returning to the top of the mine shaft while the creatures chase you and the water rises relentlessly. Converted from the Atari XL.


  Oil's Well

The player attempts to manage an oil drilling operation and collect oil. This is done by moving the drill head through a maze using four directional control buttons; the head is trailed by a pipeline connecting it to the base.

Subterranean creatures populate the maze; the head can destroy the creatures, but the pipeline is vulnerable. As the player traverses the maze, the pipe grows longer, but pressing a button quickly retracts the head. The player can advance through eight different levels.



  Pac-Man Plus

Pac-Man Plus has the same basic goal of all of the early Pac-Man games: to eat all of the pac-dots and power pellets before Pac-Man is caught by the ghosts. Fruits have been replaced by alternative objects, including a can of Coca-Cola. Eating a bonus fruit causes the ghosts to become vulnerable and invisible, doubling the score for eating them; and that eating power pellets would often have unpredictable effects, such as turning only three ghosts blue or turning the maze invisible, et cetera.


  Pacific Coast Highway

Can a lazy tortoise make its way across this bumper-to-bumper traffic jam of maniac motorists? Can he hop from boat to boat to safety? If not, it's turtle soup! Converted from the Atari XL.



A vertically scrolling action game which takes place in the year 8878. You are a member of an elite team of explorers known as the Pastfinders. Your goal is to search deadly, radiated planets for various artifacts and time capsules and to deliver them safely to a base. Explore the planets surface by avoiding walls, enemy craft and other obstacles on the surface while searching for artifacts. Jump over obstacles while firing lasers to destroy enemies. Converted from the Atari XL.



Rescue Pooyan From Fierce Wolves!

One day in a forest, a group of Wolves attacked the pig's house where Mother Pig (Mama) and her little Piggies (Pooyans) where living peacefully. Mama fought against Wolves to protect Pooyans using arrows and meat. For all her afforts, however, some Pooyans were kidnapped. Hating the Wolves, Mama bravely goes to the Wolves' Lair to rescue Pooyans.

Is Mama able to beat wolves and take and take Pooyans back home?



Maneuver your Preppie across the fairway and the treacherous river into the rough, retrieving golf balls and returning them safely to the greens. Converted from the Atari XL.


  Rally Speedway

An overhead racing game with the circuits comprising junctions, multiple paths and a variety of corner types. Navigate the track while avoiding various hazards.


  Raster Music Tracker

MUSIC on your Atari 5200!
Converted from the Atari XL.


  RealSports Basketball

Shoot your jumpshot or drive the lane and go up for a slam dunk! Full court basketball complete with cheering spectators and more.


  Rescue on Fractalus (Intro)

Take control of the Valkyriespace fighter in this first-person flight game. Land and pick up downed Ethercorps pilots while dodging anti-aircraft guns, saucers and mountain terrain. Also known as "Behind Jaggi Lines."


  Road Runner

This skill and strategy game provides challenges for the whole family and stars those 'desert duelists' the Road Runner and Wil E. Coyote in a game where players keep the coyote running down the road. For one or two players.


  Satan's Hollow

Based on the 1982 Bally Midway coin-op. Move your fire-base left and right while shooting bird-like creatures flying at you. Use the segments dropped by the birds to build a bridge across the pit on the right side of the screen to escape and fight Satan all to the famous "Flight of the Valkyries" theme music. Converted from the Atari XL.


  Sea Dragon

The challenge of inner space — the fury of an enemy that seemingly Will not die. This is SEA DRAGON — a battle to the death under the high seas! Slide into the Captain's chair, take the controls and prepare yourself for the most incredible non-stop action this side of Davy Jones' locker. SEA DRAGON puts you in control of a nuclear sub that's armed from stem to stern with enough firepower to take on King Neptune himself — and you'll need every missile, every torpedo, and every scrap of skill you can muster to survive.

The object of SEA DRAGON is to successfully navigate your sub through an underwater course past mountains and through labyrinthine passageways while avoiding clusters of explosive mines that rise from the sea bottom. But the danger doesn't stop there — overhead, surface destroyers lace the water with depth charges; below, deadly attack bases and arcing lasers cut a killing swath that could reduce your sub to bubbling slag. But even these potentially lethal perils are dwarfed by the awesome menace that awaits you at the course's end.



Navigate the eponymous robotic detective through 128 room mazes to reach the "The Shadow's Lair", humming to the Funeral March of a Marionette, the well-known theme song from Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

Opposing the player are a number of robotic adversaries, including spiral drones, robo droids and snap jumpers. Shamus is armed with 'Ion Shivs' and is able to hurl up to two at a time at his enemies. Touching an electrified wall results in instantaneous death similar to Berzerk or Frenzy. Converted from the Atari XL.


  Shamus: Case II

Shamus: Case II is a combination of detective game and dungeon-crawler adventure. Search the enemy's underground lair by surviving traps within the dungeon, battling monsters while trying not to get lost. Search for treasure chests and other useful items such as keys and hints. Converted from the Atari XL.


  Spy Hunter

Based on the 1983 Bally Midway coin-op. An action/driving game with the player in the role of a spy driving an armed sportscar. The object of the game is to travel the freeway destroying as many enemy vehicles as possible while protecting civilian vehicles. The game is a top-down vertical scroller with a vantage point similar to that of a news helicopter. Arm your vehicle by pulling into the weapons van and then wreak havoc on your adversaries.




Based on the 1981 Williams coin-op. Fly your spacecraft over a horizontally scrolling planet surface, protecting friendly humanoids from alien abduction. This cartridge is a prototype reproduction.



  Super Pac-Man

Based on the 1982 Bally Midway coin-op. Pac-Man must eat keys to open doors which will allow him to eat fruits and prizes, not dots. Eating the Super Power Energizers increases Pac-Man's size and allows him to speed up. For the duration of this Super energizer, he can freely pass over ghosts, even if they are their original dangerous colors. This cartridge is a playable prototype reproduction.



Based on the 1983 Bally Midway coin-op. You are a bartender serving drinks to patrons. You must serve everyone a mug before they work their way up to the kegs. You must also grab empty mugs before they slide off the end of the bar. Extra points for collecting tips. Bonus rounds involve locating the one beer that has not been shaken, and serving it. Converted from the Atari XL.


  Time Runner

Join the first intergalactic SPACE RUSH. Newly discovered territory is yours for the taking! All that you have to do is to stake it out. Sounds easy? Well, there are the defenders who will block your moves and team up to get you. Also, staking out hyperspace is not so easy. Its value decreases with each additional moment you take to capture it. It's a battle requiring fast action as well as winning strategy!



  Track & Field

Based on the 1983 Bally Konami coin-op. Compete against other players in various Olympic events. Bash the buttons as fast as possible to run faster. Use the action button to throw, jump, etc. Choose from six events in this fully playable prototype reproduction cartridge.



Imagine yourself being attacked from both sides by the most evil creatures ever to fly the unfriendly skies. You are piloting an intergalactic fighter with the ability to blast seven nemies into cosmic dust at once. Now picture abattle raging at a pace so frantic that even blinking your eyes could lead to disaster! Converted from the Atari XL.


  Up 'n Down

Drive your VW bug over the colored flags to clear the level while jumping on the opposing cars. Watch out for open bridges and broken highways. Converted from the Atari XL.


  Worm War I

Worm War I has begun. Hordes of giant worms are descending upon the city of Teriyaki! It's up to you, a master tank commander, to skillfully navigate through the ruins and blow away these destructive invaders. Be careful, many a good driver has run out of gas and been wiggled to death under the weight of a giant worm. Lots of luck, commander! Converted from the Atari XL.



Stomp the hexagonal grid pieces to an even height to clear the level. If you like Q*Bert, you'll love Xagon!



A hundred thousand years ago, an ancient civilization prospered on our Earth, their product being GAMP (General Artificial Matrix Producer). In order to survive the Ice Age, most of the Earth's inhabitants have decided to leave it, finally settling on a planet called Xevious.

A group of humans remained, becoming our own ancestors. Many years have passed, and the Xevians are now planning a massive comeback to their long-lost homeland. The pilot Mu, his android companion Eve, and Mio, a Xevian who opposes the GAMP regime, are back from a space travel just in time to warn the Earth of the upcoming invasion. The prototype fighter craft Solvalou is going to be used as the main weapon against the Xevian attack.

Xevious is a vertically-scrolling shooter which is notable for being the first game of that type to feature an aircraft flying over the Earth (as opposed to the outer space in other games), displaying views of South American nature. It also introduced, for the first time, two types of enemies to fight: aerial and ground-based (the menacing SOL towers invoked by GAMP to aid their planes). The player-controlled ship, Solvalou, is equipped with two weapons, each assigned to a button: the Zapper for air enemies, and the Blaster, which drops bombs on ground targets with the aid of a lock-on. The aerial enemies are divided into sub-categories distinguished by their attack and behavior patterns. Certain enemy types are immune to Solvalou's weapons, and must be avoided.



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