What follows is the game list for the 2019 version of the AtGames Legends Flashback console (FB8660). It contains 100 licensed arcade and console games:
Act-Fancer Cybernetick Hyper Weapon
Bad Dudes vs. Dragon-Ninja
Brave Battle Saga: Legend of the Magic Warrior
Burnin’ Rubber (arcade)
Burnin’ Rubber™ (ColecoVision)
Champions World Class Soccer
Crude Buster / Two Crude Dudes /Two Crude (US)
Disco No.1 (Sweet Heart)
Donald in Maui Mallard
E.D.F. Earth Defense Force
Edward Randy, The Cliffhanger
Express Raider (Western Express)
Fighting Ice Hockey
Fix-It Felix, Jr.
Ghouls ‘n Ghosts
HyperDyne side Arms
Joe & Mac: Caveman Ninja
Joe & Mac Returns
Judge Dredd 95
Lock ‘n’ Chase
Mega Man 2
Meikyu Hunter G (The Real Ghostbusters)
P-47: The Freedom Fighter
Pirate Ship Higemaru
Secret Agent / Sly Spy
Super Doubles Tennis
Super Pool III
Super Real Darwin
Super Star Wars
Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi
Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers
Sword of Sodan
Tetris Plus 2
The Gadget Twins
The Jungle Book
The Lion King
Top Gear 2 (Top Racer 2)
Tournament Pro Golf
Water Margin – The Tale of Clouds and Wind
The 10 bonus console games that are on the 2019 Legends Flashback Deluxe at Sam’s Club are:
- Eliminator Boat Duel
- Generals of the Yang Family
- Radical Rex
- The Humans
- The Immortal
- World Trophy Soccer
- Zero Tolerance
Cant wait to hack it and install custom firmware
Well, people have certainly done that in the past.
At-Games products of late have been improving, will review this if i get the chance
Cool, more reviews are always welcome. Just an FYI, it’s “AtGames”.
What are the 10 bonus games on the X Deluxe model?
At the bottom of the list.
Anyone have the list broken down into arcade titles and console titles? Even atgames site doesn’t differentiate platform for the Legends Flashback 2019
Trying to make a spreadsheet to compare titles among the different compilation devices.
Can this Legends play downloaded Mames? I know the Legends 50 will play Sega-Nes-Mames
It works similarly to the 2018 model.
What systems those games are from?
A mix. Arcade, SNES, Genesis, NES, and ColecoVision if I remember correctly.
I don’t believe that the console uses any NES or SNES ROMs.
Yes, it does. For example, Tetris is the Famicom/NES original (with modified controls) and Super Star Wars is the one and only SNES version.
A game list comparison shows that this 2019 LFB will mesh quite well with the new ALU 1.1 as it has about 20 games (NAMCO, MegaMan, StreetFighter II) that aren’t on the original ALU nor the 1.1 and recaptures about 30-35 that the ALU 1.1 “loses” from the 350 of the original ALU. (Omega Race is a personal fav that I played on my Commodore VIC-20.)
Unfortunately, the 2019 LFB is now somewhat hard to find. Any idea who the original retailers were? Or, can Bill share any info on upcoming 2020 Flashbacks?
There will be announcements on the non-arcade products soon. They’re coming.
Bill: Now that you’ve revealed AtGames will be producing the 2019 Legends Flashback & Atari Flashback X with updated firmware, could you let us know when they’ll be available and at what retailers? Also, will this include the 2019 Atari Flashback Portable or any of the 2019 Blast! dongles, particularly the Bandai / Namco Arcade version? Thanks in advance.
Bill: What’s going on with the AtGames Flashback Zone (AFZ) firmware update portal? It’s severely out-of-date, as is the Release Notes page. For example, my 2019 Legends Flashback Deluxe (model FB8660S) came with firmware v.1.0.4 when purchased in early November 2020, while the AFZ indicates that the latest version available is v.0.1.8 from February 2020. Fairly recently, the AFZ was not completely up-to-date, but was more up-to-date than it now appears, so someone has regressively scrubbed the site.