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Atlanta 1996

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Atlanta 1996
Atlanta 1996 cover
Developers
Silicon Dreams Studio
Publishers
U.S. Gold
Release dates
DOS 1996
Taxonomy
Monetization One-time game purchase
Genres Sports
Sports Mixed sports
Themes North America
Series Summer Olympics
Atlanta 1996 on MobyGames
Atlanta 1996 on Wikipedia
Summer Olympics
Atlanta 1996 1996
Sydney 2000 2000
Athens 2004 2004
Beijing 2008 2008
London 2012 2012
Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 – The Official Video Game 2021
Olympics Go! Paris 2024 2024

Key points

Also known as Olympic Games: Atlanta 1996 and Olympic Summer Games

Availability

Source DRM Notes Keys OS
Retail
DRM details are not known
DOS

Game data

Configuration file(s) location

System Location
DOS

Save game data location

System Location
DOS

Video

Input

Audio

Audio feature State Notes
Separate volume controls
Surround sound
Subtitles
Closed captions
Mute on focus lost
Royalty free audio

Localizations

Language UI Audio Sub Notes
English
French
German
Italian
Brazilian Portuguese
Spanish

Network

Multiplayer types

Type Native Players Notes
Local play
4 Versus
LAN play
Online play
Asynchronous multiplayer

Other information

API

Technical specs Supported Notes
DOS video modes SVGA

System requirements

DOS
Minimum Recommended
Operating system (OS) 5.0
Processor (CPU) Intel Pentium 60 MHz
Intel Pentium 133 Mhz
System memory (RAM) 8 MB
Hard disk drive (HDD) 55 MB
Video card (GPU) 256 color VGA
256 color SVGA
DirectX 4 compatible
Sound (audio device) Grovis Ultrasound, Microsoft Sound System or Sound Blaster
Other Double-speed (2x) CD-ROM Drive


References