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Milton Bradley

While Milton Bradley was not new to videogames (Microvision, Vectrex), they were another one of the latecomers when it came to publishing software for the 2600. Their two 2600 games, Survival Run and Spitfire Attack, were sold with special controllers to enhance gameplay, although standard Atari joysticks work fine in their absence. While Milton Bradley's games weren't bad, they were not very successful commercially. They also made plans to release a voice recognition system for the 2600 similar to the MBX for the TI 99/4A, but the plan was scrapped half way through development.
SystemTitle LabelModel #YearRarity TV CartManBoxROMShot
Spitfire AttackStandard   
Survival RunStandard