Thunderground (Sega) – 1983 Dark Chambers (Atari) – 1988 Carnival (Coleco) – 1982 Breakaway IV (Sears) – 1978 Activision is now one of the biggest players in the videogame industry, especially following their recent merger with Vivendi games. Exocet Missile (John Sands) and Demon Attack, are third-party games.[10]. Circus Atari (Atari) – 1980 Asterix (PAL) (Atari) – 1983 Armor Ambush (M-Network) – 1982 Road Runner (Atari) – 1989 (Activision) – 1982 Suicide Mission (cassette) (Starpath) Popeye (Parker Brothers) – 1983 Fathom (Imagic) – 1983 Scraper Caper (Tigervision) Centipede (Atari) – 1982 Frostbite (Activision) – 1983 Joe: Cobra Strike (Parker Brothers) – 1983 Ram It (Telesys) – 1983 Basic Programming (Atari) – 1979

Grover’s Music Maker (Atari) – Prototype This website uses cookies to improve your experience. In 2003, Activision selected several games for inclusion in the Game Boy Advance version of their Activision Anthology, as indicated below.[19]. Pepsi Invaders (Atari) – 1983 This is it -- Pitfall is the best-selling Atari 2600 game and the genesis of the platformer genre.

Golf (Sears) – 1980 This is it -- Pitfall is the best-selling Atari 2600 game and the genesis of the platformer genre.

Scuba Diver (Panda Computer Games) Fun With Numbers (Atari) – 1978 Co-developed by Children's Computer Workshop. games, divided into three sections: The Atari VCS was first released in North America on September 11, 1977 with nine cartridges: Air-Sea Battle, Basic Math, Blackjack, Combat, Indy 500, Star Ship, Street Racer, Surround and Video Olympics. Robin Hood/Sir Lancelot – The Joust (Xonox) – 1983 Fly over the fuel depots to refill your tanks and then get back in the action. Kaboom! David... 2) Pressure Cooker. Pete Rose Baseball (Absolute Entertainment) – 1989 Immies & Aggies (Zimag/Emag/VidCo) – Prototype Galaxian (Atari) – 1983 Boxing (Activision) – 1980 Dark Cavern (M-Network) – 1982

Big Bird’s Egg Catch (Atari) – 1983 Master Builder (Spectravision) – 1983 Star Raiders (Atari) – 1982

King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters Review, Top Tips for Purchasing a Classic Console, Oscars Special: Top Five Best Movie Game Adaptations, Oscars Special: Top Five Worst Movie Game Adaptations. Outlaw (Atari) – 1978 Video Checkers (Atari) – 1980 Human Cannonball (Atari) – 1979 Cosmic Commuter (Activision) – 1985 Bachelorette Party (Mystique) – 1983 Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (Parker Brothers) – 1982

Combat Two (Atari) – Prototype Fast Eddie (20th Century Fox) – 1982 Street Racer: Speedway II: CX-2612 Larry Kaplan: 1977 Racing / Driving Bridge (Activision) – 1981 Did we omit yours? Flag Capture (Atari) – 1978 Frogs and Flies (M-Network) – 1982 Acid Drop (Salu Ltd) – 1992 Super Breakout (Atari) – 1982 Glacier Patrol (Telegames) – 1983 Gorf (CBS Electronics) – 1982 Word Zapper (US Games) – 1982 Miner 2049er II (Tigervision) – 1983 Battlezone (Atari) – 1983 Ms. Pac-Man (Atari) – 1983 Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. Inca Gold (Zellers) Activision is the first third-party publisher in videogames.