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How many Atari 7800 games are there?

How many Atari 7800 games are there?

Listed here are all 59 officially released Atari 7800 games.

What is an Atari 7800 worth?

Atari 7800 Game list & price guide….PriceCharting Index: Atari 7800.

Title Atari 7800 Console
Loose Price $142.42
CIB Price $165.00
New Price $404.71

Is Atari 7800 Good?

Atari’s 7800 didn’t have much of a commercial life, and as a result it had nowhere near as many games as the Atari 2600. It did have plenty of great gems however, particularly when it came to arcade conversions.

Can Atari 2600 play 7800 games?

7800 games don’t work on any 2600.

How many Atari 7800 sold?

Atari 7800
Units sold 3.77 million (North America)
Media ROM cartridge
CPU Atari SALLY 6502 (“6502C”) clocked at 1.19-1.79MHz,
Predecessor Atari 5200

How many Ataris were there?

Including the Atari Pong, there are ten original gaming consoles that were made by Atari. These ten consoles do not include any of the flashback consoles that they are currently making more of regularly.

How many Lynx games are there?

Commercially released games Listed here are all 76 officially released Atari Lynx games.

What is the difference between Atari 2600 and 7800?

The Atari 7800 differs from the 2600 in several key areas It has additional RAM (Random Access Memory) and the ability to access more cartridge data at one time than the 2600. The 7800’s compatibility with the Atari 2600 is made possible by including many of the same chips used in the Atari 2600.

What was Atari’s last console?

The final Atari-licensed release is the PAL-only version of the arcade game KLAX in 1990. After more than 14 years on the market, the 2600 line was formally discontinued on January 1, 1992, along with the Atari 7800 and Atari 8-bit family of home computers.

Who created Pong?

Atari, Inc.
Atari founder Nolan Bushnell created Pong, his version of this concept, as an arcade game. A small company at the time, Atari began manufacturing the games in an old roller skating rink, and by 1972 the company had sold more than 8,000 Pong arcade machines.

What is an Atari Lynx worth?

PriceCharting Index: Atari Lynx

Title Loose Price CIB Price
Atari Lynx Console $197.81 $220.11
Atari Lynx II Console $172.85 $350.00
Bubble Trouble $135.07 $223.33
Double Dragon $96.64 $122.97