Atari: 80 Classic Games in One Crack/Patch

Atari: 80 Classic Games in One Take a step back in time to the early days of video arcades with Atari?s 80 Classic Games, a compilation of unforgettable and authentic Atari titles. Each one is faithfully reproduced with all the great sights, sounds and fast action that made them so popular. Whether you played these games in their original arcade cabinets or on an Atari 2600 console, you?re sure to find a favorite. [Atari]

Download Atari: 80 Classic Games in One Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 72 / 100
User rating
5.2
Downloads 944
Genre Miscellaneous, Compilation
Players 1-2
Company / Developer
Atari , Atari SA / Digital Eclipse

Atari: 80 Classic Games in One reviews ( 5 )

pickledcheez, Aug 10, 2012

This game surprisingly works on my Intel Core 2 Duo E7500 @ 3.66 GHZ, and a Superclocked NVidia GTX 260 @ 896 MB of Ram, and 2 gigs of memory. The games are not bad, it is just the thing that lets you choose the game, it changes color, and crashes a whole lot. I think it was good Steam took this off their catalog, even though it is quite the good game if it works.

DaveB, Jan 29, 2009

This is a great recap of Atari. It reminds me on what I started on. When I was little my dad would let us play the Atari 2600. It shows cool acrade art and has a tremendous list of games to choose from, so you know it will have what you want to play. What I must say the downside is the controls are a little hard to cope with on certain games like Battlezone.

DylanM, Jun 6, 2008

Yes these are great games. I bought this for gravitar alone, and the price would have been fair for that alone, if the presentation weren't as awful as it is. But awful it is: terrible , worse than 8-bit interface (no, not cute!), frequent crashes, and no updates from Steam. I'd like my money back.

coline, Dec 25, 2009

The emulator is so old it would probably run better in a 1990's emulator! Too many crashes, hang ups, stuttering to be playable which is only going to get worse as current hardware moves further away from the shabby front end, the games would still be brilliant if you could just get at em!

DavidS, Apr 9, 2008

Unless you have a horribly old (slow) machine, all you will get is a black screen - read the forum comments before buying for all of the compatibility problems!