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Atari Anniversary Edition - PC

by Atari
Platform : Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 95
Rated: Everyone
27 customer reviews

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  • Includes 12 Genuine Atari Arcade Hits! Product Information Atari, the name synonymous with the video game revolution, presents the ultimatearcade collection. Each Atari title is faithfully reproduced down to the last detail, and each oneis just as easy and fun to play. Includes 12 of the bestic Atari games with all the fast action, sights andsounds you remember! Asteroids , Asteroi
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LOADED, 12 games in one! This super game collection includes these classic best-selling titles: Asteroids, Asteroids Deluxe, Battlezone, Centipede, Crystal Castles, Missile Command, Pong, Super Breakout, and more.

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Atari celebrates its 30th anniversary by presenting the ultimate arcade collection. Twelve of the best classic games are authentically recreated here, including Asteroids, Asteroids Deluxe, Battlezone, Centipede, Crystal Castles, Gravitar, Millipede, Missile Command, Pong, Super Breakout, Tempest, and Warlords. Each Atari title is faithfully reproduced down to the last detail, and each one is just as easy and fun to play. Atari Anniversary Edition includes a multimedia supplement of video interviews with original game designers, images of noteworthy memorabilia, original press releases, and more. Desktop themes such as screen savers and even an old-school Atari sticker are included.

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  • ASIN: B00005JD6L
  • Item Weight: 7 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: July 3, 2001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,685 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Doug Thompson on September 23, 2001
Now you can relive those carefree days when you had a pocketful of quarters! This doesn't come with 6, but 12, 12(!) classic arcade games! See what happened in the years these games came out in the instruction booklets included in this package: Mount St. Helens eruption (uh-oh), popularity of polyester suits, the death of Elvis, Governer George Wallace assassinated and paralyzed, Queen's "Another One Bites The Dust" becomes a hit on the charts, MASH, Don McLean's "American Pie", A mass wedding for 2075 couples at the Unification Church's Sun Myung Moon, the opening of EPCOT in WDW, and a ton more!
One CD holds 6 popular classics: Centipede (Shoot up those bugs and spiders before they get you. Don't get yourself ambushed!), Missile Command (Hurry up and stop these missles from destroying the major cities!), Pong (You've got head-to-head tennis. Don't take your eye off the ball!), Super Breakout (Can you really wipe out all the bricks without losing more than 3 baseballs??), Asteroids (That's a cool game, but why isn't it in color?), and finally Tempest (Oh gawsh, that game is hard!). You need more? There's a second CD waiting for you which contains other classics, though more forgotten: Millipede, Crystal Castles, Warlords (Now THAT'S a duel!), Battlezone (Hope Saddam Hussein doesn't catch you playing that game! Reminds me of the war in the Gulf 10 years ago.), Gravitar (You'll need a special joystick for that game. Otherwise, it is nearly impossible to play, Asteroids Deluxe (Want more asteroid action? Take that!), and uhhhh, that's about it for the games.
Oh, and there are very unique and special features: video interviews, wallpaper, photos of old atari cartridges and artwork, and graphic enhancement (Just click on the arrow next to the game of your choice.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Thogek on November 9, 2003
I've picked up a few modernized versions of classic arcade games for the PC, such as Missile Command and Centipede, and while some are decent games highly reminiscient of the arcade originals (and expanding on them in interesting ways), none of them include accurate recreations of the originals in appearance and behavior. But now...
Atari Anniversary Edition includes twelve 1970s/80s arcade classics, and does a most impressive job of recreating the precise appearances, behaviors, and sounds of the original upright arcade games, right down to the pre-game "insert coin" messaging (but without the need for a pocket full of quarters!). I'm now playing these flashback classics on home PCs -- one P3 500MHz with Windows XP Home, and one P4 2.8GHz with Windows XP Pro -- with no problems.
In some cases, the game controls are a little awkward with the standard PC interface, but... Here're some specific notes on playing the games I that I actually remember from Way Back When:
Centipede & Millipede: Very usable with keyboard and/or mouse controls. I find them quite playable by using the mouse for movement and the keyboard for shooting.
Missile Command & Super Breakout: Usable with keyboard controls, but very awkwardly so. Using the mouse for movement and the keyboard for shooting works pretty well.
Asteroids & Asteroids Deluxe: Work great right from the keyboard.
Battlezone: Quite usable from the keyboard, if a little awkward. (But I found the original game a bit awkward, so...)
(I'm not myself familiar with the original Pong, Tempest, Gavitar, Crystal Castles, or Warlords.)
Of course, you may also be able to add and use joysticks, trackballs, and whatnot -- I haven't tried these.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Kevin T. Rodriguez on December 15, 2001
Artari. Every gamer knows this legendary company by heart. Because Atari made the first game ever: "Pong." And with Pong came "Centipede," "Asteroids," "Tempest," and many more! Soon Colcovistion and the dreaded Nintendo would come along and boot Artari out of bussness...but their legendary games will live on forever! Now thanks to Infogames the legacy of Atari lives on! Now you can enjoy 12 Atari classics on your PC for one low price!
Now keep in mind these games aren't state-of-the-art, they're graphics are not buffed out, and the gameplay most of the time only requires the arrow keys and shift key! Yes folks, this is classic gaming at it's best! While new gamers who started out playing games like "Metal Gear Solid" will look at these games in disgust adult gamers who grew up with these game will relive their childhood memories one last time!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 27, 2001
12 games for ($). You can't beat that.... I find that most games meant to be played with a trackball in the arcade can be played well with the mouse on the PC. The only problem is you do have to pick up the mouse when you reach the end of the mouse pad giving the baddies an opportunity to catch you. This minor problem can be solved by purchasing a trackball mouse. I don't find this a major problem but then again my high score on Crystal Castles is 185,058.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on January 5, 2003
These are great classic arcade games yet I only give it 4-stars because the games wear off in fun easily. It comes back to you every once in awhile which is good because you don't want to buy something you hate! The timeless Asteroids and Pong make this a great PC collection, but I think Atari 2600 Jewel Case has to be the best series! Get it if you want a home arcade!
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