Atari Flashback 6 Classic Game Console & 100 Built-In Games - £39.99 Argos - HotUKDeals
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Atari Flashback 6 Classic Game Console & 100 Built-In Games - £39.99 Argos

£39.99 @ Argos
Take a trip to your childhood with this Atari Flashback 6 Classic Game Console. It gives you 100 Games Built-in so you can start playing straight away. Simply Plug & Play on your TV,
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2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago
Take a trip to your childhood with this Atari Flashback 6 Classic Game Console. It gives you 100 Games Built-in so you can start playing straight away. Simply Plug & Play on your TV,
englands28 Avatar
2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago
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#1
It's a really good emulator but noticeably smaller than the original and it's been this price several times , I bought mine a year ago
4 Likes #2
Atari 2600 games are best left in the past
1 Like #3
Amiga all the wayyyy
#4
pi or windows connect for 30 quid plus emulator?
#5
I remember thinking that these "games" were **** back in 1985 and they are certainly no better in 2017.
#6
Scottc123
I remember thinking that these "games" were **** back in 1985 and they are certainly no better in 2017.

By 1985 they were.
#7
ianyar1470
Atari 2600 games are best left in the past

Oh no no no no. Games are about playability. There are some stonking Stella titles.
1 Like #8
jameshothothot
pi or windows connect for 30 quid plus emulator?

Retropie is the way to go.
#9
Just bought it and used the key... working
2 Likes #10
I bought this and gave it to my nephew telling him how good the adventure game was. He said "but your character is a square box and the dragon looks more like a duck" he was not impressed :)
#11
This one has space invaders, asteroids etc. great find op heat added
#12
I put tons of Atari titles emulated on my PSP and played a few- was so disappointed as the Atari was my first console when I was a kid - they were just so basic. I felt cheated.
#13
Hotwheel107
I bought this and gave it to my nephew telling him how good the adventure game was. He said "but your character is a square box and the dragon looks more like a duck" he was not impressed :)

Adventure was a smashing game at the time. Playable, attractive and mildly atmospheric. I seem to remember taking a long time to complete it in 1980 or thereabouts. Trying it recently on an emulator, I was surprised to finish it in 20 minutes or so, even on level 3. That red dragon, the crazy bat, weird movable bridge, excellent. About the best 2600 game I reckon.
#14
ianyar1470
I put tons of Atari titles emulated on my PSP and played a few- was so disappointed as the Atari was my first console when I was a kid - they were just so basic. I felt cheated.

Compared to the ping-pong consoles that preceded it, the 2600 was like a iMac, and just as pricey.

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