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Comments (4)
Raul - 25/08/2019
I had so much fun playing this game with my friends. Even alone it was fun. We killed so many joysticks! :D
rave.N - 09/05/2016
The name of this game on title screen is written differently depending whether NTSC or PAL video mode is detected. "Track and Field" in NTSC, "Los Angeles 1984 Games" if PAL.
eppy2000 - 12/03/2015
A pretty decent arcade conversion. The graphics are blockier than the simpler Decathlon, but still quite fun. I used to play this with a ColecoVision controller as it not only was compatible, but you could use the numeric keypad in lieu of the proverbial back-and-forth of the joystick when running.

Wasn't Atari also the official home computer of the 1984 Olympics? I watched the games but don't ever recall Atari being mentioned in the bumpers, much less seeing their commercials. (I think this was around the time that Jack Tramiel took over, so the company was undergoing a bit of an overhaul.)
Jason - 03/07/2013
I don't know why this has such a crap score. It's much better than Decathlon by Activision.

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Information

GenreSports - AthleticsYear1984
LanguageMachine LanguagePublisherAtari USA
ControlsJoystick, Track & Field ControllerDeveloper
Players1, 1 vs. 2, DemoCountryUSA
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LicenseCommercial
Graphic Artist(s)Medium Cartridge
SoundRarity
Cover Artist(s)SerialRX8069
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