Atari Lynx Digital Download

Atari Lynx Digital Download


Atari Lynx Roms - Release Date 1990

The Atari Lynx games can be played through the "Handy" emulator on the PC. Double Dragon, Ninja Gaiden III, and Hard Drivin were just a few classics on this retro Handheld.


Atari Lynx Roms Game List

A.P.B. - All Points Bulletin (USA, Europe)
Alien vs Predator (USA) (Proto)
Awesome Golf (USA, Europe)
Baseball Heroes (USA, Europe) [b]
Basketbrawl (USA, Europe)
Batman Returns (USA, Europe)
Battle Wheels (USA, Europe)
Battlezone 2000 (USA, Europe)
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (USA, Europe)
Block Out (USA, Europe)
Blue Lightning (USA) (Demo)
Blue Lightning (USA, Europe)
Bubble Trouble (USA, Europe)
California Games (USA, Europe)
Centipede (USA) (Proto)
Checkered Flag (USA, Europe)
Chip's Challenge (USA, Europe)
Crystal Mines II (USA, Europe)
Daemonsgate (USA) (Proto)
Desert Strike - Return to the Gulf (USA, Europe)
Dinolympics (USA, Europe)
Dirty Larry - Renegade Cop (USA, Europe)
Double Dragon (USA, Europe)
Dracula the Undead (USA, Europe)
Electrocop (USA, Europe)
European Soccer Challenge (USA, Europe)
Eye of the Beholder (USA) (Proto)
Fat Bobby (USA, Europe)
Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge, The (USA, Europe)
Gates of Zendocon, The (USA, Europe)
Gauntlet - The Third Encounter (USA, Europe)
Gordo 106 - The Mutated Lab Monkey (USA, Europe)
Hard Drivin' (USA, Europe)
Hockey (USA, Europe)
Hydra (USA, Europe)
Ishido - The Way of Stones (USA, Europe)
Jimmy Connors' Tennis (USA, Europe)
Joust (USA, Europe)
Klax (USA, Europe)
Krazy Ace - Miniature Golf (USA, Europe)
Kung Food (USA, Europe)
Lemmings (USA, Europe)
Lexis (USA, Europe)
Loopz (USA) (Proto)
Lynx Casino (USA, Europe)
Lynx II Production Test Program V0.02 (USA) (Proto)
Malibu Bikini Volleyball (USA, Europe)
Marlboro Go! (Europe) (Proto)
Ms. Pac-Man (USA, Europe)
NFL Football (USA, Europe)
Ninja Gaiden (USA, Europe)
Ninja Gaiden III - The Ancient Ship of Doom (USA, Europe)
Pac-Land (USA, Europe)
Paperboy (USA, Europe)
Pinball Jam (USA, Europe)
Pit Fighter - The Ultimate Competition (USA, Europe)
Power Factor (USA, Europe)
Qix (USA, Europe)
Raiden (USA) (v3.0)
Rampage (USA, Europe)
Rampart (USA, Europe)
Road Riot 4WD (USA) (Proto)
RoadBlasters (USA, Europe)
Robo-Squash (USA, Europe)
Robotron 2084 (USA, Europe)
Rygar - Legendary Warrior (USA, Europe)
S.T.U.N. Runner (USA, Europe)
Scrapyard Dog (USA, Europe)
Shadow of the Beast (USA, Europe)
Shanghai (USA, Europe)
Steel Talons (USA, Europe)
Super Asteroids, Missile Command (USA, Europe)
Super Off-Road (USA, Europe)
Super Skweek (USA, Europe)
Switchblade II (USA, Europe)
Todd's Adventures in Slime World (USA, Europe)
Toki (USA, Europe)
Tournament Cyberball (USA, Europe)
Turbo Sub (USA, Europe)
Viking Child (USA, Europe)
Warbirds (USA, Europe)
World Class Soccer (USA, Europe)
Xenophobe (USA, Europe)
Xybots (USA, Europe)
Zarlor Mercenary (USA, Europe)
[BIOS] Atari Lynx (USA, Europe)

ATARI LYNX Emulators
Handy 0.95 - DOWNLOAD (590kb)
Lynx Boot (Firmware) - DOWNLOAD (1kb)

The Atari Lynx was a handheld game console released by Atari Corporation in 1989. The Lynx holds the distinction of being the world's first handheld electronic game with a color LCD display. The system is also notable for its forward-looking features, advanced graphics, and ambidextrous layout. The Lynx was released in 1989, the same year as Nintendo's (monochromatic) Game Boy. However, the Lynx failed to achieve the sales numbers required to attract quality third party developers, and was eventually abandoned.


The Atari Lynx had several innovative features including it being the first color handheld, with a backlit display, a switchable right-handed/left-handed (upside down) configuration, and the ability to network with up to 17 other units via its "ComLynx" system (though most games would network eight or fewer players). ComLynx was originally developed to run over infrared links (and was codenamed RedEye).[4] This was changed to a cable-based networking system before the final release.

The Lynx was also the first gaming console with hardware support for zooming/distortion of sprites, allowing fast pseudo-3D games with unrivaled quality at the time and a capacity for drawing filled polygons with limited CPU intervention. Blue Lightning, an After Burner clone, was especially notable and featured in TV advertising for the console.

The games were originally meant to be loaded from tape, but were later changed to load from ROM. The game data still needed to be copied from ROM to RAM before it could be used, so less memory was available and the games loaded relatively slowly.

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