Three New Atari Recharged Games Make Their Way to Utomik

Atari on Utomik

Merely a week after Utomik included a set of games from Tate Multimedia, including Kao the Kangaroo, Utomik has announced three new games now live on their catalog. Today’s offering include a new wave of Atari Recharged games, which will surely provide hours of pure Arcade fun.

Breakout: Recharged

Breakout: Recharged will forever change what you expect from a brick-breaking title. The endless arcade mode and 50 challenge levels will push you to the limit of your skills. Don’t fret, however, as this wouldn’t be a Recharged title without game-changing power ups. Expect the aid of rail guns, homing missiles, and explosives to join the traditional multi-ball. You’ll need every tool in the arsenal and razor-sharp reflexes to climb the global leaderboards.


Gravitar: Recharged

With Gravitar: Recharged Atari revisits an incredibly ambitious arcade title. The 1982 original took the rotate, thrust and fire mechanics of Asteroids and Space Duel, combined them with the gravity of Lunar Lander, and added exploration and elements of cave flying. The result was an extremely challenging arcade game that was eventually ported to the Atari 2600. The game, which did not achieve broad commercial success, has become a cult classic among Atari enthusiasts.


Missile Command: Recharged

This revamped take on the classic introduces more power-ups, new enemies, and a suite of challenges that limit the number of counter-defenses at your disposal – not to mention co-op across all game modes! An amazing new soundtrack from the incomparable Megan McDuffee perfectly complements the gameplay and adds depth and variety. Of course, you could also test your skills against players across the globe in the 32 challenge levels or the classic endless Arcade mode.


With these new games now available, Utomik currently has 7 Atari games available on their service, with 6 being playable via the cloud. Centipede: Recharged, Black Widow: Recharged and Kombinera are still slated as Coming Soon. We’ll let you know when those games go live!

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