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Doom on the Atari 2600...an interesting port, as Atari ceased to produce games for the 2600 long before Doom's release.
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|current||01:21, August 2, 2011||642 × 422 (12 KB)||StupidBunny||Edited to use authentic Atari palette and 4-color scanline compatibility, plus general improvement of Atari-ness.|
|16:59, November 26, 2008||642 × 422 (12 KB)||StupidBunny||A port of Doom on the Atari 2600.|
|07:21, November 26, 2008||642 × 422 (12 KB)||StupidBunny||A port of Doom for the Atari 2600.|
|23:09, November 25, 2008||505 × 387 (7 KB)||StupidBunny||Doom on the Atari 2600...an interesting port, as Atari ceased to produce games for the 2600 long before Doom's release.|