In 1982, the short-lived American company Starpath released a cassette tape-based peripheral for the Atari 2600 called the Starpath Supercharger. The games were written onto cassette tapes and inserted into a cassette tape player cartridge that when plugged into the console gave it roughly 6 kilobytes of RAM (as opposed to the standard 128 bytes), and had a wire to connect to the cassette player through its headphone jack. This allowed the Atari to play more complex games and process more sounds and music than its standard cartridges. Only 10 games, all of which having been developed and published by Starpath themselves including a port of Konami's Frogger, were officially released for the peripheral, as they merged with fellow developer Epyx in 1984.
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