Atari Flashback Classics Vol. 1 for PS4 and Xbox One – Complete List of Games

Atari Flashback Classics Vol 1

On October 4, 2016, Atari released two collections of its classic games for PS4 and Xbox One: Atari Flashback Classics Vol. 1 and Atari Flashback Classics Vol. 2. Each collection includes game manuals, multiplayer support, leaderboards, Trophy/Achievement libraries, and, of course, 50 classic Atari games from arcades and home consoles.

While Vol. 1 has some real stinkers in the mix, it’s also got some essential classics, like Centipede, all three released SwordQuest titles (the fourth was never completed), and Yars’ Revenge. Upon closer inspection, you might also notice that a few games are included twice in the collection when there are both arcade and home console versions. It’s kind of neat to be able to compare versions, but note that these games are counted twice to make up the total of 50.

Below, we’ve listed every game included in Vol. 1. (A complete list for Vol. 2 can be found here.)

Atari Flashback Classics Vol 1

Arcade

  • Black Widow
  • Centipede
  • Liberator
  • Lunar Lander
  • Millipede
  • Pong
  • Space Duel
  • Tempest
  • Warlords

Atari Flashback Classics Vol 1

Home Console

  • 3-D Tic-Tac-Toe
  • Air-Sea Battle
  • Backgammon
  • Basketball
  • Black Jack
  • Bowling
  • Canyon Bomber
  • Centipede
  • Circus Atari
  • Combat
  • Combat Two
  • Desert Falcon
  • Dodge ‘Em
  • Fatal Run
  • Football

Atari Flashback Classics Vol 1

  • Home Run
  • Human Cannonball
  • Millipede
  • Miniature Golf
  • Pong Sports
  • Quadrun
  • Radar Lock
  • RealSports Boxing
  • RealSports Football
  • RealSports Soccer
  • RealSports Volleyball
  • Save Mary
  • Slot Machine
  • Slot Racers
  • Sprintmaster

Atari Flashback Classics Vol 1

  • Star Raiders
  • Steeplechase
  • Stunt Cycle
  • Super Baseball
  • Super Football
  • SwordQuest EarthWorld
  • SwordQuest FireWorld
  • SwordQuest WaterWorld
  • Tempest
  • Warlords
  • Yars’ Revenge

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