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Evercade Atari Cartridge 2 (Electronic Games)
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- The 'Atari collection 2' Cartridge brings 20 Classic Atari 2600 and Atari 7800 games to the evercade! The cartridge will be supplied in a stunning collectable retro style physical case. Collectable cartridge number: 05.
- Games Included: 1. Air sea battle (2600) 2. Asteroids (7800) 3. Basketbrawl (7800) 4. Bowling (2600) 5. Centipede (7800) 6. Dark chambers (2600) 7. Demons to diamonds (2600) 8. Desert Falcon (7800) 9. Haunted house (2600) 10. Human cannonball (2600)
- Additional games: 11. Millipede(2600) 12. Planet smashers(7800) 13. Radar lock(2600) 14. Real sports tennis(2600) 15. Solaris(2600) 16. Sprint master(2600) 17. Street racer(2600) 18. Submarine commander(2600) 19. Wizard(2600) 20. Yars' Revenge(2600)
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- Product Dimensions : 1.5 x 1.5 x 0.5 cm; 13.61 Grams
- Release date : 8 June 2020
- ASIN : B07XB7DXVQ
- Item Model Number : FG-BEA2-ACC-EFIGS
- Best Sellers Rank: 3,332 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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The 'Atari Collection 2' cartridge brings 20 classic Atari 2600 and Atari 7800 games to the Evercade! The cartridge will be supplied in a stunning collectable retro style physical case. Collectable cartridge number: 05 Includes: 1. Air Sea Battle (2600) 2. Asteroids (7800) 3. Basketbrawl (7800) 4. Bowling (2600) 5. Centipede (7800) 6. Dark Chambers (2600) 7. Demons to Diamonds (2600) 8. Desert Falcon (7800) 9. Haunted House (2600) 10. Human Canonball (2600) 11. Millipede (2600) 12. Planet Smashers (7800) 13. Radar Lock (2600) 14. Real sports Tennis (2600) 15. Solaris (2600) 16. Sprint master (2600) 17. Street Racer (2600) 18. Submarine Commander (2600) 19. Wizard (2600) 20. Yars' Revenge (2600)
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It’s the 7800 games make this a really outstanding value for me and force me to bump up my score to a 5. Awful sound chip aside, the 7800 games are all gems, and their presence alone would make me pick this cartridge up for a measly couple sawbucks.
Let’s talk about each game on offer in brief.
Asteroids (7800) - hands down my favorite version of Asteroids, even including the arcade game and Super Asteroids. It’s fast, agile, fun, and it looks good too. I’m looking forward to trying out the Lynx upgrade to this when the Lynx collections arrive.
Yars' Revenge (2600) - while Activision is the king of the 2600, this is my single favorite game. The gameplay loop is incredible, with the perfect balance of attack and defense. It might feel fiddly until you get the rhythm, but I promise it’s worth pushing through until you do.
Millipede (2600) - while I prefer the pure and simple Centipede to the overly complicated Millipede in the arcade, I prefer this quite a bit to the 2600 Centipede. The additional layer of gloss on the graphics and the additional complexity of the ruleset makes for a more satisfying home console experience.
Basketbrawl (7800) - this is NBA Jam, many years before NBA Jam existed. It even has powerups like Tournament edition. It isn’t quite as entertaining as NBA Jam - especially in the sound department - but it’s still great fun.
Centipede (7800) - the closest thing to the arcade version people had at home for many years. My favorite home version of it.
Solaris (2600) - arguably the most beautiful 2600 game, and a darn fine forward scrolling shooter on a system that had many worthy entries.
Sprintmaster (2600) - top down racing like I long to see on the Evercade, but I just can’t get used to the controls. Very impressive graphics for the system, though!
Submarine Commander (2600) - a hidden gem of the catalog, this combines fast action with an interesting rhythm and good strategy. Spend some time with it if you never have!
Haunted House (2600) - the original survivor horror game. You need to find scans of the manual to play this, if you don’t already know. It’s still fun, but can be bewildering.
Planet Smashers (7800) - this is a really interesting take on the vertical scrolling shooter, with bosses reminiscent of Phoenix. It is HARD, though. The graphics are very 2600-esque for a 7800 game. The fact that 7800 games have a reset button on the keypad is really unfortunate.
Bowling (2600) - I can’t explain why, but this early bowling sim is really fun. I think it’s the wish fulfillment aspect of being able to spin your ball the way you want at any time you want as it rolls down the lane. Different modes take this ability away, but why?
Desert Falcon (7800) - I do not care for the 2600 version of this Zaxxon clone at all. But the detailed and funny 7800 version made me a believer.
Radar Lock (2600) - very reminiscent of Solaris in graphics and gameplay, but not quite as fun. It required using the second joystick to change weapons, and I haven't figured out how to do that yet...
Human Cannonball (2600) - It's like playing Scorched Earth with one player, except you have to catch the shell. Weirdly meditative. I've spent a lot more time playing this than I can explain.
Street Racer (2600) - The two-player games on here are the perfect way to experience being an only child in 1978. The uncontrolled second player almost beats me every time.
Air Sea Battle (2600) - A little bit more fun than Street Racer, but it's still a two-player game without two players.
Realsports Tennis (2600) - It's not Activision's Tennis, but it's pretty good!
Dark Chambers (2600) - Very advanced survival horror for the 2600. I haven't figured out how to play this again yet.
Wizard (2600) - an unreleased prototype where you have to seek out an invisible enemy. The enemy doesn't seem to move in either game mode, which makes it a little too easy and repetitive to be fun.
Demons to Diamonds (2600) - This weirdly complex and oddly trippy game always confused me on the actual 2600. Thanks to the Evercade, I finally figured out how to play it! It's not quite as fun as using a paddle controller (what is?) but it works surprisingly well with a d-pad.