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TitleAuthorDescriptionCategoryPlatform AscendingGameVerLevelDate
Atari 2600 Memory MapKrokoA memory map of the Atari 2600. As you may notice, the memory of the Atari 2600 is very limited.Assembly2600N/A1.0IntNone
Atari 2600 TIA MapKrokoThis chip makes all the video displays and sounds for the 2600 VCS. It also has 6 registers which are used as A/D converters and for the trigger buttons on the joysticks. The chip also controls the RDY line of the CPU to initiate horizontal syncroni….Hardware Info.2600N/A1.0IntNone
Atari 2600 TIA Hardware NotesAndrew TowersThere are a great deal of notes about the Atari 2600 TIA chip by Andrew Towers. It’s a long but worthwhile read.Hardware Info.2600N/A1.0AdvNone
Combat DisassemblyRoger WilliamsDisassembly that was made first by Harry Dodgson, then Nick Bensema, and then the final version, Roger Williams. Compiled with DASM and vcs.h.Source Code2600Combat1.0AdvNone
Atari 2600 Music And Sound Programming GuidePaul SlocumIt is difficult to do music on the Atari 2600 due to the limited pitch and two voices, but I’ve discovered some tricks to produce some pretty good music. This document covers most of what I know.Miscellaneous2600N/A1.0AdvNone
Desert Falcon SourceBob PolaroOriginal source code to the Atari 2600 game Desert Falcon.Source Code2600Desert Falcon1.0AdvNone
Red Vs. Blue DisassemblyDennis DebroDisassembly for the game Red Vs. Blue. Compiled with DASM and vcs.h.Source Code2600Red vs. Blue1.0AdvNone
Space War DisassemblyManuel PolikDisassembly of the game Space War. Compiles with DASM and vcs.h.Source Code2600Space War1.0AdvNone
Atari 2600 RIOT MapKrokoThis is a memory map of the RIOT chip/device that reads all the console switches excluding power, including joysticks and controllers. It also contains the only RAM in the system and a general purpose timer.Hardware Info.2600N/A1.0IntNone
Atari 2600 VCS Precise Sound Values and Distortion BreakdownGlenn SaundersThis document is a discription and chart of the various values for notes and distortion of the Atari 2600 sound.Miscellaneous2600N/A1.0IntNone
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial DisassemblyDennis DebroDisassembly for the game E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Use DASM, vcs.h and macro.h to compile.Source Code2600E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial1.0AdvNone
Freeway DisassemblyManuel PolikReverse engineered by Bill Heineman. Made combatible with DASM by Manual Polik.Source Code2600Freeway1.0AdvNone
Pole Position SourceOEMAppears to be the original source code for the game Pole Position.Source Code2600Pole Position1.0AdvNone
Stella Programmer's GuideSteve WrightThis document appears to be official as it was written in 1979 by Steve Wright. This is a programmer’s guide but is also a very tough read for those not familiar with assembly programming and hardware.Assembly2600N/A1.0AdvNone
Changing Atari VCS Graphics The Easy WayAdam TrionfoThis is an old but effective document in hacking graphics in Atari 2600 games. The document also shows you how to use DiStella and DASM that is relavent to hacking the graphics. It’s also much easier since graphics are more easily edited by bina….Graphics Hacking2600N/A1.0BegNone
Air Sea BattleDennis DebroPossibly compiled using vcs.h in DASM.Source Code2600Air Sea Battle1.0AdvNone
Indy 500 DisassemblyGlenn SaundersDisassembly for the game Indy 500. Use DASM and vcs.h to compile.Source Code2600Indy 5001.0AdvNone
Crack'edOEMAppears to be the original source code to the Atari 2600 game Crack’ed.Source Code2600Crack'ed1.0AdvNone
Star Wars: The Arcade Game DisassemblySteve EnglehardtDisassembly for the game Star Wars: The Arcade Game. Compiled with DASM and vcs.h.Source Code2600Star Wars: The Arcade Game1.0AdvNone
Programming the Atari 2600Andrew DavieThis document is for beginners to learn how to develop games for the Atari 2600. It’s a long read but covers a lot of concepts and doesn’t assume that you know everything about programming on this console. Also, it’s in .doc format. So….Assembly2600N/A1.0IntNone
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