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Atari Lynx carts go up for pre-order on Evercade

Retro handheld Evercade has a pair of new offerings ready for pre-order, as the Atari Lynx’ library begins arriving on the console.

The Lynx returns

Remember the Lynx? You might, if you’re of a certain age, as the handheld from Atari was a pretty impressive little device back in the early 90s. Hosting titles like Battlezone 2000, California Games, Dracula and others, it actually managed to accrue a decent library too (and even a console revision) before it fell to the technologically-inferior GameBoy.

Now the system is making a return, as two sets of games for the Evercade. A new retro-themed handheld that’s just seen release, Evercade delivers its games in the form of cartridge-stored collections.

It’s already gotten quite a few, but the Lynx Collections should be something to see. Some of these games haven’t seen the light of day in quite a while for any console, let alone another portable.

Atari Lynx Collection 1

  1. Scrapyard Dog
  2. Basketbrawl
  3. Super Asteroids/Missile Command®
  4. Awesome Golf
  5. Crystal Mines II: Buried Treasure
  6. CyberVirus
  7. Dracula the Undead
  8. Gordo 106
  9. Ishido: The Way of Stones
  10. Jimmy Connors Tennis
  11. Loopz
  12. Malibu Bikini Volleyball
  13. MegaPak
  14. Power Factor
  15. Remnant
  16. Super Sqweek
  17. Xump

Atari Lynx Collection 2 (with reversible cover) 

  1. California Games
  2. Todd’s Adventures in Slimeworld
  3. Electro Cop
  4. Gates of Zendocon
  5. Zarlor Mercenary
  6. Blue Lightning
  7. Chips Challenge
  8. Checkered Flag

Both collected editions are set to be released on November 6th, and Evercade says that they are expected to be limited in availability. So if you want ’em, you might want to pre-order ’em. Fortunately, that’s something that you can do by clicking here.

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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