In addition to the Atari 2600 classic, a number of other Atari titles are making the shortlist at this years annual convention in Atlanta.
The Atari 2600 Classic Edition, developed by Nintendo, was released in 1979, and it was a huge success.
At the time, it was the world’s first computer console, and its launch was heralded as a landmark moment for the industry.
It was the first time a consumer computer could be played with its own dedicated video card and graphics card.
It was also the first console to support color television.
It ran on a 386 chip, which was much faster than the more common 386DX, which at the time was the most popular computer chip in use.
The 386DX could only display a few colors, and was limited to a palette of 16.
As the name implies, this version of the 2600 is the same as the original.
That means that it looks and feels very similar to the original game.
This is a big selling point, since many people don’t remember playing the original Atari 2600.
The game comes with a full suite of retro accessories, including a “Game Genie” that allows you to play the game with an emulator.
The emulator also supports the new Color Computer Programmable TV and Color Video System, which allow you to watch movies and television shows on your television set.
And the coolest accessory is the “Advancement Pack,” which includes a copy of the classic game and the original soundtrack.
This game was developed by Activision, and you can download it here: Atari 2600 Advancement Pack .
This pack also comes with an official copy of this game.
For many people, the game is one of the first things they discover about gaming, and they never forget it.
So why can’t this Atari 2600 game make it onto the convention’s shortlist?
It has some really great games on it, and we are really excited to have them on display at this event.
It is a shame that we can’t get it on this year.
We want to thank all of the participants in the Interactive Art Show for their amazing contributions to the exhibit, and for their enthusiasm for the show and the exhibits.
We look forward to welcoming you to the convention in October!