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AtariAge

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AtariAge is the largest producer of new, original homebrew games for a variety of classic gaming systems, including the Atari 2600, Atari 5200, Atari 8-bit computers, and ColecoVision. Since its inception, AtariAge has been dedicated to providing the latest Atari news, providing support for the Atari community, and maintaining an extensive historical archive on all things Atari. They feature an extensive collection of newly programmed homebrew video games for sale, in addition to classic gaming accessories and collecting supplies.

AtariAge began in 1998 as a collection of links to other Atari 2600 sites called Atari 2600 Nexus. Over the years, it expanded and eventually grew to contain original Atari archive material and the latest Atari news. In early 2001, the site was totally redesigned and relaunched as AtariAge that April, featuring a new updated design and further expanded coverage of all things Atari.

Credited on 121 Games from 2002 to 2021

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Unholy (2021 on Atari 2600)
Deepstone Catacomb (2021 on Atari 2600)
Escape from the Castle (2021 on Atari 2600)
Game of the Bear (2021 on Atari 2600)
Knight Guy in Low Res World: Castle Days (2021 on Atari 7800)
Ninjish Guy in Low Res World (2021 on Atari 2600)
A Roach in Space (2019 on Atari 2600)
Dragon's Descent (2019 on Atari 2600)
Assembloids 2600 (2017 on Atari 2600)
Escape 2042: The Truth Defenders (2017 on Genesis, Windows, Dreamcast...)
Rebooteroids (2016 on Jaguar)
Dungeon Stalker (2015 on Atari 7800)
Crystal Quest (2014 on Atari 7800)
Flappy (2014 on Atari 2600)
Princess Rescue (2013 on Atari 2600)
Epic Adventure (2012 on Atari 2600)
Halo 2600 (2010 on Atari 2600)
Videocart-27: Pac-Man (2009 on Channel F)
Indy 500 XE (2008 on Atari 2600)
AtariAge Holiday Greetings 2007 (2007 on Atari 2600)

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AtariAge is named after the former Atari Age magazine, an Atari Club member-exclusive magazine that was printed from 1982 to 1984, during the heyday of the Atari 2600 and 5200.

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