The New Atari 400 Mini Is On Sale For The First Time

The New Atari 400 Mini Is On Sale For The First Time

Looking for a cool way to access your favorite 8-bit Atari games? Then you’ll want to take a closer look at the new Atari 400 Mini, which emulates all Atari 8-bit systems from the 400 through the 800XL. The home console released in late March and is on sale for $108 (was $120). Though the 10% discount isn’t enormous, it is the first deal on the Atari 400 Mini since release.

Here’s a look at all the preinstalled games on the Atari 400 Mini:

The Atari 400 Mini Game List

  • Airball
  • Asteroids
  • Basketball
  • Battlezone
  • Berzerk
  • Boulder Dash
  • Bristles
  • Capture the Flag
  • Centipede
  • Crystal Castles
  • Elektra Glide
  • Encounter!
  • Flip and Flop
  • Henry’s House
  • Hover Bovver
  • Lee (Bruce Lee)
  • MULE
  • Millipede
  • Miner 2049er
  • Missile Command
  • O’Riley’s Mine
  • Star Raiders II
  • The Seven Cities of Gold
  • Wavy Navy
  • Yoomp

Beyond the new Atari 400 Mini, there are plenty of other Atari consoles to consider. This includes the Atari 2600+ that launched last year and plays original cartridges. It costs $130, but it’s a great option if you still have a bunch of your old Atari games lurking in the basement or stashed away in a closet–or if you want to buy some new games, including the wonderful Mr. Run and Jump. A cheaper alternative is the My Arcade Atari Game Station Pro, which is on sale for $60 (down from $100) and is loaded with over 200 Atari games and comes with two joysticks.

If you want to bring your games on the road, the budget-friendly Atari Pocket Player Pro is worth a closer look. Along with a decidedly retro design, the $40 handheld comes with 100 games, including Asteroids, Centipede, Tempest, and Breakout. And for something a bit off the beaten path, you’ll find the Tiny Arcade Atari 2600, which is a tiny desktop arcade game that features a 1.5-inch retro monitor and 10 games.

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