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In 1977, the Atari 2600 (then the Atari VCS) entered living rooms around the world, successfully bringing arcade style games into the home. Popular coin-op titles like Asteroids, Space Invaders, and Centipede landed on the Atari game system. Here, we pay tribute to some of these legendary Atari 2600 games by unveiling a gallery of Atari t-shirts, which includes the popular Space Invaders t-shirt and the adventurous Atari Pitfall t-shirt. In addition to comfortable Atari clothing, look below to find related merchandise; including Atari hats and games. Whether you like to go old school sometimes, or you always want to remember your first, these Atari tees and sweatshirts are the perfect way to wax nostalgic.
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Let your inner retro gamer emerge with this vintage logo tee. The front of this official navy Atari t-shirt displays a classic orange Atari logo. The vintage logo is a homage to the glory days of the Atari 2600 video game system. It was a time when Pitfall Harry was the next best thing to Indiana Jones, and the Atari Space Invaders game was an all too real Close Encounters. Look for the logo on sweatshirt hoodies.



You'll always remember your first foray into gaming in this bestselling Know Your Classics Atari tee. The design includes an image of an Atari 2600 joystick positioned under the text, "Know your classics". Seeing the Atari game system controller will bring back memories of the day that you lost your joystick innocence, finally placing your hand around the hard rubber control stick. The design on this Atari shirt is available on a brown clothing item. Wear it under Atari sweatshirts to represent the classic Atari system with a modern sense of style.



The fronts of these Atari t-shirts feature an alien space invader hovering above the Earth. The design is based on the X-Files TV show and the Atari Space Invaders game, which is an adaptation of the classic arcade game released in 1978. Below the alien is the quote, "I want to believe," which is an X-Files tagline. The 8-bit alien on this Space Invaders t-shirt will let your friends know that you believe in the existence of the invaders. Look for similar designs on hats and thongs.



The front of this forest green Activision Atari Pitfall t-shirt shows Pitfall Harry swinging on a vine over an alligator pit. A scorpion can be seen lurking in the underground chamber below the pit. The design on this Atari tee is nearly identical to the original Pitfall game box art. The design also appeared as a sticker on the front of the game cartridge. The Pitfall game is one of the bestselling Atari 2600 games ever made. It set the stage for future adventure games, including Tomb Raider and countless others.



The design on these Ts celebrates the highly recognizable Atari 2600. Have you read the comic book called Atari Force? The comic book series was published from 1982 to 1986. It featured a team of humans from various nations using the starship Scanner One to search for a new planet to inhabit as the Earth was facing ecological exhaustion. This Atari t-shirt is a nice tribute to the home arcade and all of its related media. It will help to remind you of the evolution of gaming in its early days. Pair this retro design with other Atari clothing items.



This Star Invaders tee is a cool twist on the classic Space Invaders arcade game for the Atari game system. The design on this Atari Space Invaders shirt features an X-Wing battling the incoming aliens. If you're wondering if a Star Wars game was made for the Atari, the answer is yes. Atari made a 1983 arcade game that was ported to several home consoles, including the Atari 2600. Sequels were also released to follow the subsequent movies.




The highly original design on the fronts of these Atari t-shirts features two Life Evaders. The design is a tribute to the countless hours we spend gaming, evading life's many responsibilities, including work, eating and human interaction. Space Invaders game designer Tomohiro Nishikado said that he based his aliens on the descriptions of the bug-like aliens found in H.G. Wells' classic science fiction story, The War of the Worlds. This Space Invaders t-shirt is a fun take on the alien pests from the game. Get it on various color tees and Atari sweatshirt hoodies.



Released in 1982 by Activision, Grand Prix is one of the first side scroller racing games. The front of this Atari Grand Prix t-shirt displays a familiar style image similar to the box art for the game. The same design also appears on a sticker on the front of the Atari 2600 Grand Prix game cartridge. Both the 3D style Enduro 2600 racing game and the Grand Prix Atari racing game helped to create the molds for future racing games. This design is available on multiple clothing styles, including hoodies.



This Activision Pitfall t-shirt reveals the original swinger, Pitfall Harry. The front of this tee shows Harry swinging on a vine that is hanging from the forest canopy. The image of him swinging over the alligator pit appeared on the Pitfall Harry video game box art. Harry uses his swinging ability to avoid tar pits, quicksand, crocodiles, and other various jungle hazards. The Atari Pitfall game's technical achievements included the use of non-flickering, multicolored, animated sprites to produce a little running man on the screen.



This Galaga Atari t-shirt displays a screenshot style design featuring the spaceship taking on its enemies. The retro design will have you wanting to do some alien bug blasting in no time. The fixed shooter arcade game Galaga is a sequel to the arcade game Galaxian, which was released in 1979. Galaxian was ported from the arcades to the Atari 2600 and 5200. Galaga was adapted for the Atari 7800. This tee lets everybody know that your gaming skills were nurtured on classic arcade games like Galaga.




Protect your spaceship from the asteroid field and the alien flying saucers in this Asteroids t-shirt. The design on the chest of the tee displays the cover art for the game, featuring a spaceship making its way through an asteroid field. Asteroids became Atari's bestselling video game of all time. Remember the classic with this retro design. Celebrate their other hits, including the Atari Space Invaders game. Browse the Atari t-shirts shown here, including the Space Invaders t-shirt displayed below.




This t-shirt blends the logo for the Atari 2600 game system with the TARDIS from Doctor Who. The police call box is what the Doctor uses to travel through time. Here, the blue box has been incorporated into the familiar Atari logo. The result is an Atari Doctor Who t-shirt that celebrates both the time-traveling Doctor and video games. If only we had a TARDIS to use to travel back to the early 1980s to enjoy the release of the Atari console all over again.



The Atari E.T. video game was one of the biggest flops in console history. It was rushed to completion in only five weeks, and many gamers returned it rather than try to make sense of the 8-bit mess. Atari dumped the unsold and unwanted games into a New Mexico landfill. Thirty years later fans gathered in the desert to watch the notorious game be unearthed. It is estimated that as many as 750,000 games were buried, with other titles mixed in. The front of this E.T. Atari t-shirt features the Atari 2600 E.T. cartridge crawling out of the ground.



This classic Atari tee displays the all too familiar rows of Space Invaders on the front. Above them is the logo that was seen on the outside of arcade machines. Fans of the classic Atari game will easily recognize the design, as players must defend themselves with their spaceship to stop the rows of marching aliens from descending upon them. The design on these Space Invaders Atari t-shirts is available on a variety of Atari clothing items, including sweatshirts and hats.




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