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You and another player are both being attacked. Both of you have missiles and cities to defend. If you beat all your opponents with missiles left you can help the other player.

Missile Command 2 was produced by Atari in 1982.

Atari released 137 machines in our database under this trade name, starting in 1972. Atari was based in United States.

Other machines made by Atari during the time period Missile Command 2 was produced include: Neutron Star, Tempest Tubes, Tempest, Triangle, Maze Invaders, Akka Arrh, Atari Force Liberator, Fast Freddie, Black Widow, and Gravitar


Name Missile Command 2
Developer Atari (United States)
Year 1982
Type Videogame
KLOV/MOG # 8716
Class Prototype
Genre Shooter
Conversion Class Atari System I
# Simultaneous Players 2
# Maximum Players 2
Game Play Joint
Control Panel Layout Multiple Player
  • Trackball: Optical
  • Buttons: 1 - Fire
Sound Amplified Mono (one channel)
Cabinet Styles
  • Upright/Standard

Game Play

You and another player are positioned on opposite sides of the screen. Enemies come down the middle and fire in both directions. Use your missiles to destroy any enemy that threatens your cities. Once you have destroyed the attacking enemies on your side

Missile Command 2 KLOV/IAM 5 Point User Score: 0.00 (0 votes)

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Cabinet Information

The cabinet is an upright version with controls located on both ends. Players look down at the screen from above. It is sort of like a very tall cocktail cabinet.


This game was made as a prototype cabinet but was never released. It is not the same as the "Missile Command II" that was planned to have been included in the game Arcade Classics.

VAPS Arcade/Coin-Op Missile Command 2 Census

There are 14,908 members of the Video Arcade Preservation Society / Vintage Arcade Preservation Society, 9,530 whom participate in our arcade census project of games owned, wanted, or for sale. Census data currently includes 165,161 machines (6,929 unique titles).

Scarce - There are 3 known instances of this machine owned by Missile Command 2 collectors who are active members. Of these, It is an original dedicated machine (not another machine converted with a kit). 2 of them are only circuit boards which a collector could put into a generic case if desired.

For Sale - There is one active VAPS member with an extra Missile Command 2 circuit board for sale.

Wanted - No active members have added this machine to their wish list.

This game ranks a 1 on a scale out of 100 (100 = most often seen, 1=least common) in popularity based on census ownership records.

Rarity and Popularity independently are not necessarily indications of value. [More Information]


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