54 items found in Atari Lynx Games

Atari Lynx Games Australia

Electrocop

$33

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Batman Returns

$38

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STUN Runner

$33

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Hydra

$33

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RoadBlasters

$33

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Gates of Zendocon

$28

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Joust

$33

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Shanghai

$33

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Rampage

$33

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Super Asteroids and Missile Command

$59

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Robo-Squash

$33

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WarBirds

$44

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Casino Games

$59

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Dirty Larry Renegade Cop

$33

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Malibu Bikini Volleyball

$33

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Viking Child

$33

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Scrapyard Dog

$44

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Battlezone 2000

$59

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Crystal Mines II

$44

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Pit-Fighter

$33

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Jimmy Connor's Tennis

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Awesome Golf

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Rampart

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NFL Football

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In 1989, Atari innovated in portable consoles by launching the first color portable console, the Lynx. But Atari did not stop there; indeed, from the top of its 16 bits, the Lynx can boast of being the most powerful laptop of the time, this allows it to use in particular new effects (zooms, etc.) on competing machines (Game Gear, PC Engine GT). Another innovation, the possibility of reversing the direction of the console (and of the screen, therefore), it may seem unnecessary. Still, left-handed people will bless Atari for this great idea. Atari Lynx Games in Australia is still available for the Atari gamers to play retro gaming in 2020.

Price and Availability

The Atari Lynx is the first color handheld console in history, but all the credit goes to Epyx. In 1987 Epyx was a famous video game publisher, author of quality games, notably with Summer Games and Winter Games, two legendary games on Commodore 64. Several retro games are still searched and played by the Australian players. Here you can also buy some of the retro Atari lynx games. Atari Lynx games price in Australia range start from $30 AUD. Here we have enlisted some of the best stores in Australia from where you can buy these lynx games.

Description

The Atari Lynx Gaming console was designed between 1987 and 1988 by two engineers who laid the Commodore Amiga and will be codenamed "Handy." Presented at the CES in January 1989, it impressed the crowds. Unfortunately, Epyx, losing speed in software, no longer had enough back in 1989 to produce and distribute the console.

Not at all. Atari, which then wishes to reconquer the video game market (which it should never have left!), Is interested and buys the rights (they will pay royalties to Epyx). They change the name (from Handy to Lynx) and launch the product from 1989 for $ 199. It will then compete with Nintendo's Gameboy while offering far superior capabilities: more powerful, in color, and with zoom and rotation effects. Four games are available for the US launch: California Games, Electropop, Gates of Zendocon, and Blue Lightning. It was released in Europe and Japan in 1990.

The backlit screen is a significant advantage, but at this time, the quality of portable screens is more than mediocre, and their consumption is enormous. Note that the console is suitable for left-handers with the possibility of flipping the screen.

The big problem with the Lynx is that it wasn't made to be portable: too big, not enough battery life (6 AA batteries for 3 hours!), And too expensive. Nintendo understood everything with its GameBoy: the essential for a laptop is size, autonomy and price, and not power (this has always been confirmed after that). The Lynx will be a commercial failure. It will go very quickly to $ 99 in 1991 and is then also competed by the GameGear of Sega, this n.'

In 1991 Atari insisted and released a second model: the Lynx 2, a more compact revamped version with grips for better handling, stereo sound, and the ability to put the console on standby. But nothing changes, the game catalog is minimal, and the star remains the GameBoy. In 1993 Atari dropped his laptop to focus on their future home console, the Jaguar (which was a big flop).