50 years of Atari: A journey through history with 90 games

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Founded on June 27, 1972 by Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney, video game pioneer Atari is celebrating its 50th birthday with a large collection of 90 classic games that will take players along to take you on a real journey through time. The PC, Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch are served.

Games classics from 50 years do the honour

For the price of 39.90 euros, a total of 90 games from various eras of the company are to be offered, which originate both from the manufacturer's various arcade slot machines and from game consoles such as the legendary Atari 2600 with 1.19 MHz or the Atari 7800.

The best-known game classics and retro games from Atari and other developers, which were ported from the following game consoles for Xbox, PS4, PS5 and Windows PC under the direction of the Digital Eclipse developer studio, should also be part of the game.

  • Atari 2600
  • Atari 5200
  • Atari 7800
  • Atari Lynx
  • Atari 8-bit
  • Atari Jaguar

Up until the early 1990s, Atari Games was considered one of the most creative developers of arcade games, including titles such as Marble Madness, Gauntlet, Rampart and Paperboy, as well as Breakout, which was developed under the leadership of later Apple founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. There will also be interviews and interesting background information from developers and contemporary witnesses.

Atari 50: The Anniversary Celebration takes players on an interactive journey through 50 years of video games via interviews with designers, developers and industry leaders, documentary footage and product design documents (…)

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In addition, Atari promises a total of six new retro games, which are said to have been developed based on the titles from the manufacturer's most successful era. In addition to the PC, which is to be supplied via Steam and the Epic Games Store, the collection is also offered for the Atari VCS.

The history of Atari told through never-before-seen content, candid interviews, and more than 90 games, including six new titles inspired by the classics.

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The game collection with 90 known and 6 new titles is to be released towards the end of the year under the name “Atari 50th – The Anniversary Celebration”. A video of around one and a half minutes should get retro fans in the mood for their journey through gaming history.

For more information, visit the Retro Games Collection official website.