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Finally found my childhood Atari 2600 clone console, here are all the ROMs!

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Since I gave away my first and only Rambo Atari 2600 console in 1995, I still played those games from time to time on an emulator. Now, 25 years later, I finally found and bought the same console I had and found someone who was able to grab the EPROM chip with all 128 games. So I will share the screenshots and all the ROMs cause it really took me a long time to get them. Many of the games are not typical versions, but rather hacks or unknown versions of those games. For me, there were the only early Atari 2600 games I known and I remember all of them.

 

So, here you are. The VGS.128 file is the full EPROM dump with all the games, and can be easily divided to all the games. I also splitted and named the games and uploaded them into VGS.zip file.

 

Why am I sharing this? For most of people these games are not interesting. For me, living in Central Europe, it was the only console I got from my parents. I am sure that maybe all of these special game versions are to be found on the Internet, I just wanted to have the exact copy of my only console I had. Maybe there are more people from my region that will appreciate this game collection.

 

The list of the games is here:

 

Air Raiders
Angriff der Luftflotten
Atlantis
Autorennen
Bank Heist
Barnstorming
Berzerk
Billard
Bermuda
Boom Bang
Carnival
Commando Raid
Condor Attack
Cosmic Ark
Cormic Creeps
Cosmic Town
Cross Force
Defender
Deadly Discs
Demolition Herby
Demon Attack
Der Geheimkurier
Der moderne Ritter
Dice Puzzle
Dishaster
Donkey Kong
Earth Dies Screaming
Eddy Langfinger, der Museumsdieb
Eishockey
Enduro
Fast Food
Fire Fighter
Flash Gordon
Flippern
Frisco
Frogger
Frogs and Flies
Frostbite
Fuchs & Schweinchen Schlau
Gas Hog
Go Go Home Monster
Gopher
Im Schutz der Drachen
Inca Gold
International Soccer
Jawbreaker
Karate
Katastrophen-Einsatz
Keystone Kapers
King Arthur
King Kong
Krieg der Sterne
Labyrinth
Landungskommando
Lock 'n' Chase
Mafia
Mariana
Marineflieger
Master Builder
Mega Force
Megamania
Mein Weg
Mines of Minos
Missile Command
Missile War
Mole Hunter
Motocross
Name This Game
Netmaker
Nexar
Night Stalker
Nuts
Open Sesame
Pac-Kong
Pac-Man
Panda
Pele's Soccer
Pharaoh's Curse
Planet Patrol
Plaque Attack
Racquetball
Raketen-Angriff
Ram It
River Raid
Room of Doom
Save Our Ship
Sea Monster
Seaquest
See Saw
Sky Alien
Snail Against Squirrel
Sneak 'n Peek
Space Cavern
Space Eagle
Space Invaders
Space Robot
Spectracube Invasion
Spider Fighter
Spiderman
Spinning Fireball
Star Wars - The Empire Strikes Back
StarMaster
Sub-Scan
Superman
Tac-Scan
Tanks But No Tanks
Termool
Threshold
Thunderground
Time Machine
Time Warp
Tom Boy
Tom's Eierjagd
UFO Patrol
Ungeheuer der Tiefe
Venture
Vogel Flieh
Volleyball
Vom Himmer Durch die Hoelle
Walker
Wall-Defender
Weltraumtunnel
Winterjagd
Word Zapper
Worm War I
Wuestenschlacht
Yar's Revenge
Zoo Fun

 

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What do you mean by "Rambo Atari 2600"? Did it have a picture of Rambo on it? Or was that the brand name?

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It says 5555 games built in... Is it one of those scams with repeated games with only a few unique, different games?

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It just has 128 unique games. I dont know why they wrote 5555, maybe just an advertising move, I dont care. My console did not have this number written, as I remember, other clones have different numbers, like this, for example. This one contains also the same games, just 3 of them are different.

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I have one somewhere in my attic.

Some of the ROMs they used are NTSC so produce strange colours in Pal land 

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13 hours ago, bluejay said:

It says 5555 games built in... Is it one of those scams with repeated games with only a few unique, different games?

They’re most likely using Atari’s method of counting each selectable version of each game as a ‘game’.

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