Many gamers originally began joining the Atarian movement in 1988 when Atari began promoting this "club" to expand awareness of the Atari brand and maintain interest in the 2600, 7800 and XE Computers. For $15 you received a t-shirt, patch, membership card and 1- year (six issues) subscription to the Atarian Video Game Magazine. They began with the May/June 1989 issue. Read more: http://www.8-bitcentral.com/blog/2014/atarian.html#ixzz2r2W0EL15
Sift through your Atari 2600 ROMS and get out your chip tune dancing shoes. Take a look through your Atari 2600 ROMS and see if bk2600 wopd.bin is nestled between Big Bird's Egg Catch and Blackjack. If you have it, fire up Stella and enjoy the jam! This ROM of "Weapons of Past Distractions"is Burnkit2600's answer to the cassingle! Read more: http://www.8-bitcentral.com/blog/2014/burnkit2600.html#ixzz2pTavHDqW
Defender for the Atari 2600 is one of the more hated versions of the game, but I loved being able to play it at home and didn't care about it's shortcomings. Defender II was a vast improvement, but It evolved from the original. Here's our video on the benefits of this awful classic game.