Taco Bell to Offer Classic Atari Games for Mac and PC

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Retroist site member VicSage2005 pointed out in the forum that Taco Bell is offering a new special offer that might appeal to retro gaming fans. Buy a kid’s meal at the Bell and you can get one for free or you can buy each of them individually for ~$1.50 each. Each will work on either Mac or PC so pick up yours as they become available. I had to go to three Taco Bell’s before I found one who would sell them to me, luckily TBs are just about everywhere around here.

The other two I went to said that they will not be out till next week and VicSage2005’s experience seems to confirm this. Remember, just look for a person who looks like they don’t care about working, they are usually the ones who will sell you stuff early.

Thanks VicSage2005 for the heads up.


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5 thoughts on “Taco Bell to Offer Classic Atari Games for Mac and PC

  1. That’s actually really awesome. I usually avoid Taco Bell like the plague, but this might be a good reason to stop in…

  2. You should fix the title of this topic — the games are all Arcade versions, no where did it state anything about Atari 2600 versions. All versions are of the classic arcades and they each include enhanced arcade versions as well.


  3. I believe the title of the post is okay here, Curt.

    It’s my site that had the issue. Like I mentioned in the forums post, the reason I believed they were Atari 2600 titles was the use of the Super Breakout art from the Atari 2600 port. :)

  4. Martin Goldberg says:

    They’re not emulations, they’re complete re-codings I did for them last year.

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