Atari Breakout

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Google brings the nostalgia with Atari Breakout Easter egg

14 May 2013 | 4:48 am If you had an Atari as a child, the vast differences between the gaming console of today and the digital substance of your youth is enough that every 2D game threatens to break out the waves of nostalgia, and Ataris Breakout is no exception. To commemorate the games 37th anniversary, Google created a playable online Read The Full Story

Play Breakout on Google Image search

14 May 2013 | 1:15 am To celebrate the 37th anniversary of Atari's Breakout, Google has slipped a new Easter egg into Google Image search. [Read more]

Play Ataris Breakout on Googles image search

14 May 2013 | 1:00 am To commemorate the 37th year of Ataris Breakout, Google create a little easter egg on their image search that will surely take a few minutes of your time. If you dont know the game Breakout, its a game inspired by Pong, then in turn inspired the game called Arkanoid which you probably know. The object […]

Google commemorates <b>Atari's Breakout</b> in interactive fashion | Joystiq

14 May 2013 | 9:51 am Atari's Breakout turned 37 last month, and that apparently (but not unsurprisingly) is enough of an excuse for yet another Google easter egg. If you type 'Atari Breakout' into Google Images' search, instead of finding graphics of

Google destroy work productivity with <b>Atari Breakout</b> game – Daily Star

14 May 2013 | 9:12 am Daily Star :: News :: Google destroy work productivity with Atari Breakout game :: IF you don't fancy doing any work whatsoever today, Google have come up with a solution.

Play <b>Atari Breakout</b> on Google's Image search – Firstpost

14 May 2013 | 5:06 am Google is commemorating 37 years of the Atari's famous game Breakout, which was introduced way back in April 1976, by letting users play the game on Google's Image Search.


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    • Curator says:

      1) Vintage Atari 2600 Console System from eBay

      Description :

      This listing is for the following used items:

      1 – Atari 2600 “Woody” Game Console with Manual and Catalog

      1 – Tele-Games Storage Center

      3 – Atari 2600 Joystick Controllers

      1 – Set of Atari 2600 Paddles

      1 – Archer Game Switch

      1 – Atari 2600 AC Power Adapter

      9 – Vintage Atari 2600 Game Cartridges with Instructions

      * Super Breakout

      * Space Invaders

      * Pac-Man

      * Ms. Pac-Man

      * Demons To Diamonds

      * Combat

      * Fast Food

      * Fishing Derby

      * Pitfall

      33 – Vintage Atari 2600 Game Cartriges without Instructions

      * Breakout

      * Missle Command

      * Surround

      * Space Jockey

      * Defender

      * Superman

      * Kaboom

      * Robot Tank

      * Football

      * Space War

      * Backgammon

      * Basketball

      * 3-D Tick-Tac-Toe

      * Othello

      * Brain Games

      * Berzerk

      * Asteroids

      * Night Driver

      * Yars’ Revenge

      * Laser Blast

      * Space Shuttle

      * Star Raiders

      * Real Sports Baseball

      * Tennis

      * Video Pinball

      * Mega Force

      * Golf

      * Video Checkers

      * Video Chess

      * Real Sports Football

      * Atlantis

      * Challange Baseball

      * Demon Attack

      The following were all tested and are in working condition. I will ship these items out via the USPS. I suggest Insurance on this Auction but is not required. Any Questions feel free to ask.

      Price : US $ 100 .00

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      2) Atari 2600 Game System from recycledgoods .com

      Price :$ 50 .00

      Details :
      Product Name: Atari 2600 Game System
      Mfg: Atari
      Qty Available: 1
      Price Each: $ 50 .00
      Condition: Used

      # Atari 2600 Game System Includes Power Supply and One Controller
      # Includes four game titles – Battlezone, Pac-Man, Millipede, and Grand Prix

      Image :
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      3) Atari 7800 Pro System

      Price : $ 64 .95

      Product Details :

      Atari 7800 ProSystem includes

      * Atari 7800 unit
      * 1 Original Controller
      * Ac Adapter
      * RF Switch

      Preowned basic package: Cleaned & tested and even shrink-wrapped to ensure your satisfaction. Guaranteed 90 days

      Image :
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  • Anonymous says:

    Anyone Here Remember The Atari 7800 Games Console ? That was my first ever games console when i was a kid !!! just wondering if anyone else here remembers it ? i loved it
    Then i got the commodore 64 !! man, good memories lol ……..used to love a game on it called Flimbos Quest haha
    Hey Moo i used to play some of the 2600 games on the 7800 :)) Remember Pitfall ? loved it .

    • Curator says:

      I never had an Atari 7800 but I did have an Atari 2600
      I loved using the paddles to play Breakout and who could forget Pac-Man
      Ms. Pac-Man and Pac-Man Jr.

      Yeah Pitfall was pretty good the gators always got me, I never stood a chance of beating the darn thing

  • Jonamon23 says:

    Did Steve Jobs Found Apple Off The Money He Made From Breakout (the Game)? Are the apple symbol’s colors based on the color layout of Breakout? (the increasing rainbow)

    • Curator says:

      The work Jobs and Steve Wozniak did for Atari to try and make a single-player console for Breakout with as few chips as possible was rejected because Atari’s manufacturing system was not able to accommodate the design. The game was released using a modified design with many more chips, although Wozniak said there was little difference from his design.

      Because the Wozniak/Jobs design was ultimately rejected, Atari dragged their feet on awarding the nearly $5,000 they owed ($750 flat fee and $100 for each chip removed from original prototype).

      The rejected design became the basis for the Apple I, which was nothing more than a motherboard (no keyboard, casing, etc.) which was well-received when shown at the Homebrew Computer Club.
      The money to further develop Apple, about $250,000, was mostly provided by Mike Markkula.

      The rainbow apple design was actually the 2nd logo used by Apple Computer. The 1st was a design showing Isaac Newton sitting under an apple tree. The rainbow apple logo was designed by artist Rob Janoff to fit the company’s original slogan “Byte into an Apple.” The apple and the colors are said to represent Newton’s discoveries of the laws of gravity (the falling apple) and the separation of light in prisms.

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