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Atari Vault Adds 50 Games in DLC

Gaming article by Samuel Guglielmo on Wednesday, November 27, 2019 - 10:00
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Your Vault Runneth Over

If you've had a hankering for classic Atari games, then Atari Vault is the cure for you. If you already own it, then good news. A new DLC pack adds another 50 games to the vault.

The DLC adds in 50 games, focusing on four specific areas. Fourteen of the games are Atari Arcade games, while sixteen are games that were found on the Atari 5200. Twelve of the games were developed by M Network, a development arm of Mattel that made games for the Atari 2600. Finally, the last eight games are all either prototypes or homebrew games, offering something unique to the package. This includes titles like Adventure II, which wasn't made until 2005 to be bundled as a new release with the Atari Flashback 2. Also included is Wizard, a game that was never released and only exists in prototype form.

 

Here's what games are getting added:

Atari Arcade

  • Avalanche
  • Atari Baseball
  • Atari Basketball
  • Canyon Bomber
  • Destroyer
  • Dominos
  • Fire Truck
  • Atari Football
  • Maze Invaders
  • Monte Carlo
  • Pool Shark
  • Sky Diver
  • Atari Soccer
  • Super Bug

 

 

Atari 5200 Games

  • Asteroids
  • Centipede
  • Countermeasure
  • Final Legacy
  • Micro-Gammon
  • Millipede
  • Miniature Golf
  • Missile Command
  • Realsports Baseball
  • Realsports Basketball
  • Realsports Football
  • Realsports Soccer
  • Realsports Tennis
  • Star Raiders
  • Super Breakout
  • Xari Arena

 

M Network Games

  • Air Raiders
  • Armor Ambush
  • Astroblast
  • Dark Cavern
  • Frogs and Flies
  • International Soccer
  • Sea Battle
  • Space Attack
  • Star Strike
  • Super Challenge Baseball
  • Super Challenge Football
  • Swordfight

 

 

Prototypes and Homebrew Games

  • Adventure II
  • Aquaventure
  • Frog Pond
  • Holey Moley
  • Motorodeo
  • Saboteur
  • Wizard
  • Yars' Return

Atari Vault is currently available on Steam for the price of $9.99. The 50 Game Add-On Pack is also currently available on Steam for the price of $4.99.

How do you feel about this DLC pack? See any game that catches your interest? Think it's neat that prototypes and homebrew got a spot? Let us know in the comments below!

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Samuel Guglielmo

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I'm Sam. Been playing video games since PlayStation. Favorite games include Ace Combat 5, Perfect Dark, Final Fantasy IX, Metro 2033, and MonsterBag. Also loves books and can be found face first in one all the time.