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7800 Games

The following is a list of 7800 Games in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other games may have been published. If you have any games or software that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.

There are 12 7800 Games in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
Crack'ed Date: 1988 Crack'ed

Our copy is New and Sealed

Software House: Atari
Author:

Donkey Kong Junior Date: 1988 Donkey Kong Junior

Software House: Atari
Author: Atari

Fatal Run (loose) Date: 1990 Fatal Run (loose)

Software House: Atari
Author: Atari

Galaga Date: 1987 Galaga

Software House: Galaga
Author: Namco

Jinks Date: 1989 Jinks

Our copy New and Sealed

Software House: Atari
Author:

Joust Date: 1987 Joust

Software House: Atari
Author: Atari

Mario Bros.(Loose) Date: 1988 Mario Bros.(Loose)

Cart Only

Software House: Atari
Author: Nintendo

Meltdown Date: 1990 Meltdown

Our copy New and Sealed

Software House: Atari
Author:

Pole Position 2 (Loose) Date: 1988 Pole Position 2 (Loose)

Software House: Atari
Author: Atari

Pole Position II Date: 1988 Pole Position II

Software House: Atari
Author: Atari

Super Huey UH-IX Date: 1985 Super Huey UH-IX

Software House: Atari
Author: Cosmi Corp

Xevious Date: 1986 Xevious

Software House: Atari
Author: Atari

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