This game is super fun, I love it.
It was so incredibly limited that it forced the user to come up with really tight code, and at the ripe old age of 12 at the time of its release, it was THE catapult that got me started in Computers. THANKS MOM & DAD !
One of my favorites of all times and, as I can see, not well known. I bought this from a friend, I think.
The first time I've ever seen an Atari and got to know what that black thing was, I played this game. Very basic but really cool at the time.
I remember being a bit dissapointed with this game, but still, it was fun to play it with my dad. I was 10 by then!
I loved this game, even if I sucked big time on it!
One of my favorites! It's amazing how such a simple game can be so much fun. I personally felt that Activision gave the 2600 a much needed boost by providing improved graphics over Atari-branded games.
Like Jason I own this cart as well. It's a nice break from the fast-paced arcade games. And the 2600 plays a mean game of Othello. This is one 2600 game that should not be missed.