Evercade 01: Atari Collection 1

A collection of classic Atari 2600 and 7800 games for Blaze’s Evercade retro gaming handheld.


Games included

Centipede (2600)
Missile Command (2600)
Alien Brigade (7800)
Adventure (2600)
Ninja Golf (7800)
Food Fight (7800)
MotorPsycho (7800)
Crystal Castles (2600)
Desert Falcon (2600)
Tempest (2600)
Asteroids (2600)
Canyon Bomber (2600)
Gravitar (2600)
Double Dunk (2600)
Steeplechase (2600)
Video Pinball (2600)
Night Driver (2600)
Aquaventure (2600)
Swordquest Earthworld (2600)
Yars Return (2600)


Articles about Evercade 01: Atari Collection 1

Aquaventure: The Game That Deserved a Release - One of the nice things about modern, curated compilations of games from old platforms is that they provide an opportunity for “lost” classics to finally get an audience. In many cases, “lost” classics were completed and reached a full prototype phase, but just never ended up getting duplicated and distributed to the public. Sometimes this … Continue reading Aquaventure: The Game That Deserved a Release
Evercade A to Z: Food Fight - The concept of a real-life food fight fills me with absolute disgust; while I do love a good bit of food, as my unfortunate waistline will attest, there’s something about food where, once it leaves the plate and doesn’t go straight into a mouth, it becomes immediately repulsive. The above is why I will never, ever find … Continue reading Evercade A to Z: Food Fight
MotorPsycho: The 7800’s Best Motorcycle Racing Game - When contemplating video games from years gone by, it’s all too easy to focus exclusively on the “classics” — those defining experiences that went on to have a huge amount of influence on everything that came afterwards. But the highly influential and historically significant nature of these games means that, by this point in time, … Continue reading MotorPsycho: The 7800’s Best Motorcycle Racing Game
Evercade A to Z: Ninja Golf - It’s a new video series! With me pressing “pause” on the long, multi-part playthroughs a while back, I’m now free to do some more varied stuff. And, to complement the articles I’ve been writing about the Evercade retro gaming platform here on MoeGamer, I wanted to start making some videos on its myriad games, too. … Continue reading Evercade A to Z: Ninja Golf
Ninja Golf: Hitting the Links (And Everyone Who Stands in Your Way) - One of the things I’ve always been rather fond of from the ’80s and early ’90s is how literal a lot of video game titles were, particularly on Atari consoles. In Casino, you play casino games. In Race, you race. In Canyon Bomber, you bomb a canyon. And in Ninja Golf, you are a ninja … Continue reading Ninja Golf: Hitting the Links (And Everyone Who Stands in Your Way)
Food Fight: Cream Pie Action - If there’s one thing that Atari consoles have excelled at over the years, it’s bite-sized, monstrously addictive arcade-style experiences. The woefully underappreciated Atari 7800 “ProSystem” was definitely no exception to this rule, with the majority of its library consisting of excellent arcade conversions. One of the most beloved games in this regard was Food Fight which, while … Continue reading Food Fight: Cream Pie Action
Alien Brigade: The 7800’s Crown Jewel? - We’re all about the Evercade here on MoeGamer, so where better to kick off our exploration of all the games available on this retro wonder-device than with the first game on the first cartridge in the library? Alien Brigade is a rail shooter originally released for Atari 7800 in 1990. It’s regarded by many Atari 7800 … Continue reading Alien Brigade: The 7800’s Crown Jewel?

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