Published January 2004
by Topics Entertainment .
Written in English
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Gravitar Description Gravitar was produced by Atari in Atari released different machines in our database under this trade name, starting in The default high score screen of "Cyberball " features names of many Atari arcade games, including GRAVITAR. Dan Coogan, of Phoenix, AZ set a new Gravitar world record, scoring 8,, points on Decem , playing for 23 hours and 15 minutes. Special thanks to the contribution by: Dave (UK) for building an Atari Asteroids All graphics/images/cabinet designs on this site are copyrighted by the their original owners. makes no claim to said such rights and provides the cabinet designs for collectors and hobbyist of the original arcade coin-op machines. Two CD-ROMs full of Atari arcade classics? Believe it! Combining two volumes of ATARI ARCADE HITS: Volume 1, this all-inclusive package lets you test your mettle at such groundbreaking games as: ASTEROIDS, CENTIPEDE, MISSILE COMMAND, PONG, SUPER BREAKOUT, TEMPEST; ASTROIDS DELUXE, BATTLEZOME, CRYSTAL CASTLES, GRAVITAR, MILLIPEDE, and .
Gravitar - Play an official version of the original game right in your browser, free at My IGN. Play classic Atari games right in your browser at My IGN. Games include Adventure, Asteroids, Battlezone, Centipede, Missile Command and Tempest. I am selling an Atari Gravitar arcade machine in excellent working condition in a cabinet thats in great overall shape. Atari Quantum # - $ - Anaheim, In fact, such was the commercial failure of Gravitar, that many were converted to Black Widows using official kits released by Atari. Back in the early 80's I played a lot of different video games in the arcades -- (Hey, I was 18 in - the height of "classic arcade games") but I never heard of Gravitar until Dec. , when I read about it in the newsgroup ting or RGVAC. Through playing the game in MAME (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator) I.
Atari Games is the DNA of the Atari Group, with a vast catalog of over titles. This also includes multimedia activities with Atari Studios, and Licensing. Trivia Video Games The Arcade version of Gravitar appears in the book Video Games You Must Play Before You Die by General Editor Tony Mott. Releases This game was released twice. The first release, with a silver label, was only to Atari Club members. Dig Dug of course was one of Atari’s first licensed coin operated video games in collaboration with Namco of Japan. Released in , a total of 22, cabinets were sold, generating gross revenues for Atari of $46 million. Bizarrely, it is one of just a handful of coin operated titles to have media budget thrown at it. Gravitar () Gravitar (Arcade) Hangman () Haunted House () Major Havoc (Arcade) Maze Craze () Missile Command () Missile Command (Arcade) Night Driver () 50 CLASSIC Atari games in each volume. 50 classic Atari and arcade titles (on each volume) remastered and bundled on one disc for the.