Atari 2600 / 5200 / 7800 Rarity Database Homebox

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This project is focused mainly on Atari 2600 games and the difficulty of collecting them these days. Therefore we are trying to create the most accurate list of all games and their rarity values. Within the last couple of months, we've expanded our database and added Atari 7800 games as well, but without any rating up to now. At this time you will primarily find PAL games in our database, although we are working on integrating NTSC games too.

Now we are already online for more than three years and still have joy in further developing the project. During the last couple of months, we've updated and expanded our page by adding new features and what is most important for being a collector with fresh, new and sometimes undiscovered games. We try to update our rarity ratings on a regular basis so please be patient and keep in mind that we are working on this project in our spare time. If you want to support us, feel free to send scans of your game boxes and/or cartridges, or other valuable information. This will be appreciated and we will upload them as soon as possible. The forum is still accessible only to a small group of members, who are employed with the task of rating of the games.

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Overall 3264
NTSC 770
PAL 2476

Atari 2600 3044
Atari 5200 105
Atari 7800 115

Overall 13772
Box-Front 1481
Box-Back 1449
Modules 1774
Manuals 694
Pages 9068
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Atari 5200 Database is open for search and browsing

  • Today we have unlocked the third System for you in the database. The Atari 5200 was introduced in 1982 by Atari Inc. as a higher-quality and better successor to the Atari 2600 console. It was only produced and sold for the US-market in NTSC-Format. A PAL -Version of the console was never released. The hardware of the console is almost identical to an Atari 8-bit computer, but not compatible with the programs.

    Over the next few weeks, we will upload a number of already scanned boxes and manuals.
    Stay tuned.

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