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T-Shirt Slogan Contest

AtariAge T-ShirtThe Contest is Over

Wow, we had over 200 slogan suggestions for the t-shirt contest - we'd like to thank everyone who participated! After reading through all the submissions, we discovered it's not an easy thing to choose one entry out of hundreds for a single winner. So, we took the easy way out and picked three. Anyway, without further ado, here are the winning entries (in no particular order):

"Classics Only Get Better With Age" - Ashley Alford
"Mine's Got a Wood Panel" - Dave Exton
"Good Games Only Need One Red Button" - Joe Kollar

Each winner will receive an AtariAge t-shirt of their choice with their slogan on the back. You can see all the entries by scrolling down this page, or jump straight to the entries. If you'd like to discuss the slogans, tell us what idiots we are for not picking your entry, or just tell us which one was your favorite, please go the the T-Shirt Contest thread on our message board. If you'd like to buy a shirt with one of these slogans, visit the AtariAge Gear Store. Thanks!

The Original Contest (Now Over)

Yes, you can finally order gear with the AtariAge name and logo on it. T-shirts, sweatshirts, mugs, hats, and other items are all available. Now you can look stylish (kinda) and support AtariAge at the same time. You can see all the products at the AtariAge Gear Store. To kick it off, we're offering a free t-shirt to whoever can come up with the best slogan for the back of a t-shirt.

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Ideally the slogan will be relevant to Atari in general, not one system in particular. A good example is "Have you played Atari today?", which was an official Atari slogan. More specific slogans are acceptable (a specific console, AtariAge, etc), but you will have a better chance of winning if the slogan is broad.

The contest will run until Midnight (CST), Friday, April 26th, 2002. All submissions must be received by this time! After the contest has ended, we will announce the winner and post the entries for everyone to see. Please not that this contest only lasts one week, so don't procrastinate too much!

How to Enter

For your slogan to be considered, please understand these guidelines and conditions. Any questions may be directed to editor@atariage.com:

  • Slogan Length - We don't have a set limit, but obviously you want to keep the slogan relatively short. We're not going to print a paragraph on the back of a t-shirt.
  • Duplicate Winners - in the event that two people submit the same winning slogan, the first person who submitted the slogan will be declared the winner.
  • Format - Simply send us an email with your slogan clearly indicated, and be sure to include your real name. You do not need to send your slogan in a graphic format, simple text in an email will do.
  • Multiple Submissions - While we will gladly accept multiple submissions, we ask that each slogan be unique from your previous submissions in some significant fashion. We reserve the right to reject slogans that differ only in some minor attribute from previous entries. We will gladly replace previous submissions with new entries if you so request.
  • Use of Copyrighted Text - If you use any copyrighted text, you must seek permission from the copyright holder before using that material as part of your submission.
  • Permission to Reprint - By submitting an entry (or entries) to this contest, you agree to allow AtariAge to reproduce your submission(s) without your having to grant permission or receiving compensation for the right to do so (except for the free t-shirt of course).

Slogan submissions and questions about the contest must be sent to editor@atariage.com. We will post submissions publicly on this page after the contest is over, in order to be fair to all submissions. The contest may also be discussed in our Web Site Message Board.

Remember, the contest ends at Midnight (CST), Friday, April 26th, 2002!


The Entries:

Name Slogan
Paul Sanderson The True Home of Atari.
Bohus Blahut 4 bit graphics, 2 bit fun.
Bohus Blahut This game variation looks an awful lot like the other 255 game variations.
Bohus Blahut Hey PlayStation! Who's your daddy?
Bohus Blahut Life-like graphics and sound... if you squint and don't hear too well.
Bohus Blahut The history of the future.
Bohus Blahut 256 colors is NOT "old school".
Bohus Blohut Bleep. You're dead.
Bohus Blahut You're an orange button away from instant death.
Bohus Blahut If you squint, you can see it's a tank.
Bohus Blahut Beyond the space age (graphic of Space Invader guy) - Atari Age
Bohus Blahut Doing more with less.
Bohus Blahut Pushing pixels since 1975.
Randy Ball Your Atari misses you.
Steve Anderson Got fun?
Tom Arnesveen An informative page for an informative age.
Jason King C'mon...try a byte.
Jason King Why don't you act OUR AGE?
Jason King We still play Atari todaaay...
Jason King The games people play.
Fred Quimby Old Ataris never die. They get better with 'Age.
Fred Quimby And God said, "let there be fun." And there was Atari.
Fred Quimby For a good time, call 2600.
Jim Combs Atari. If you play it, you will have fun.
Jim Combs Atari. What dreams are made of.
Jim Combs Atari. Mother's Milk.
Russ Perry Jr. The play's the thing (no matter how big the pixels are).
Ashley Alford Over 30 Years of Innovation in Home Gaming Systems.
Ashley Alford Intelli-who?
Ashley Alford Got quarters?
Ashley Alford Classics only get better with age.
Rich Stowe Atari-Some Things Never Go Out of Style
Frank J. La Monica AtariAge.Com...Because your inner child still loves Atari!
Frank J. La Monica Seize a golden oppurtunity...in handy HTML format!
Frank J. La Monica Atari...Because Syzygy is too damn hard to pronounce!
Frank J. La Monica Because H.E.R.O. would suck on a new system!
Frank J. La Monica Atari...You can't get a better arcade conversion anywhere!
Frank J. La Monica Overcome the Pitfalls of life...and find an oversize diamond ring too!
Frank J. La Monica Two Words...Space Invaders!
Frank J. La Monica Wishing i still had my Activision patches...
Frank J. La Monica Atari...Where else can you be a chicken,alien,and cattle rustler all in one day?
Frank J. La Monica Take a trip back in time with your Atari!
Frank J. La Monica Real Men play Atari....and so do some women!
Jim Combs Atari. Bigger than Mt. Fuji.
Billy Eno It's 4 hours until dawn, we've got a 1.2Mhz processor, 128 bytes of ram, 64 different colors, it's 2002, and we're playing an Atari 2600. Hit it.
Billy Eno Preserving the timeless games, the games that time forgot, and the ones that it is desperately trying not to remember.
Billy Eno The Atari 2600: as fresh as it was in 1992.
Billy Eno What your older friends played when they were kids.
Paul Vidro Where the fun never grows old!
Tom Cosby Jr. Get Back to Fun, Play Atari!
Tom Cosby Jr. Atari = Games Everyone Loves.
Tom Cosby Jr. Revisit the Past and Make the Future with Atari.
Tom Cosby Jr. Simpler times that were a world of Fun, Atari.
Tom Cosby Jr. Atari + Games = Fun!
Tom Cosby Jr. Games that have a Past, Present, and Future.
Tom Cosby Jr. Always Evolving and Living Strong.
Tom Cosby Jr. Game Systems that Never grow Obsolete.
Tom Cosby Jr. Over 30 years and with New Games still Created!
Tom Cosby Jr. Still Fresh and Full of Life.
John Wright Act Your Age!
Jose Olivera Jr. Atariage: The best Atari site on all the Internet!
Alfonso Flores Atari, just another example that old is fun.
Rick La Fleur Real men play with their joysticks!
Bryce Blackford Numb Thumbs Unite!
Bryce Blackford How Old is Your Pixel Addiction?
Bryce Blackford You are Always "Player 1" to Us.
Bryce Blackford Where the Key to the Universe is Held in the Button under Your Thumb.
Bryce Blackford Where Resolution is Overrated, and Gameplay is Reinstated.
Bryce Blackford Home for the Fans of the Single Pixel Action Hero.
Matthias David past, present, ATARI.
Adam McFarlane More fun than playing with yourself.
Adam McFarlane I didnt Sell Out.
Adam McFarlane My games cost me $3.
Adam McFarlane Hands up who's gonna be playing their (insert console) in 25 years?
Adam McFarlane Joypads Suck!
Adam McFarlane Mario Fears Bentley Bear.
Dave Summers Yesterday, today, tomorrow... Atari Age, we're game.
Dave Summers Play, today... Atari Age, we're game.
Dave Summers The games you know/remember/love... Atari Age, we're game.
Dave Summers For those about to play... we salute you. Atari Age, we're game.
Dave Summers Parents just don't understand... Atari Age, we're game.
Jim Combs Atari.The Legend Will Never Die.
Ronen Habot Atari forever...
Ronen Habot Always Atari.
Ronen Habot Atari - there's nothing like it.
Larry Klukaszewski Atari: Just Play It!
Tyler Stoelting All your Atari is Belong to Us!
Tyler Stoelting I pitty the fool who don't play Atari!
Tyler Stoelting If you don't play Atari go to hell!
Tyler Stoelting I'm an Pole Position // junky.
Tyler Stoelting Big Red button Baby!
Tyler Stoelting Yar says "up yours Mario".
Tyler Stoelting Eat my 16.5 million color dust N64.
Tyler Stoelting Bigger is Better 'cause I'am the SuperSystem.
Tyler Stoelting Dont Blame ME! Tramil is the jerk off!
Eduardo ET2K Joy to the World.
Eduardo ET2K Atari is Alive!
Eduardo ET2K Atari 4eva!
Marco Kerstens There can be only one!
Marco Kerstens When only the best will do!
Marco Kerstens The Queen of Sites for the King of Consoles.
Marco Kerstens Back with a Vengeance!
Marco Kerstens Whakka, whakka, whakka.
Mark Androvich Show Your Age.
Mark Androvich Don't Be Afraid To Show Your Age.
Mark Androvich Act Your Age.
Mark Androvich Not Afraid to Age.
Mark Androvich Not Afraid of Our Age.
Mark Androvich Proud of Our Age.
Mark Androvich The Voice of Our Age.
Brad Jewell Will Work for Atari.
Brad Jewell My other car is a.... Eh, who am I kidding, I sold it to buy Quadron MIB.
Brad Jewell Any Television Always Remembers Irata.
Brad Jewell Your television misses it.
Brad Jewell Feed your T.V.
Daniel Scott Jr. Timeless in the age of Atari
Chris Johnson It's not over yet.
Chris Johnson Remember the day.
Chris Johnson I've got your XBox right here.
Chris Johnson It's a revival.
Chris Johnson The ultimate upgrade.
Chris Johnson 3D hardware accelleration can kiss my arse.
Chris Johnson Beep
Chris Johnson What-station?
Chris Johnson Ask me how.
Jay Snellen, III Play With The Past!
Adrian Roberts Got Atari?
Adrian Roberts Atari. Grab your joystick.
Adrian Roberts Atari. Grab your joystick and play.
Adrian Roberts Atari. Grab your joystick and shoot.
Adrian Roberts Atari. They don't make 'em like they used to.
Adrian Roberts Atari. It ain't 'retro' if you still play.
Trenton Ray Woodgrain Revival.
Trenton Ray Atari is an addiction you'll never get over.
Christian Samuel Atari: State of the art retro.
Christian Samuel Redefining childhood memories. ATARI.
Joe Kollar Good games only need 1 red Button.
Joe Kollar ATARI: The Manuals were longer then the code.
Joe Kollar Square Boxes + Crappy Sound = Best Atari Game Ever.
Joe Kollar AtariAge: Because everything in life should be covered in woodgrain and come with paddles.
Joe Kollar AtariAge: Because Only Geeks Bought An Odyssey 2.
Zanza Game of the (last) century.
Zanza Built to last.
Zanza Come out and play.
Zanza Play with joy....stick to Atari.
Zanza Your mom liked it, your dad wins on it, I'm in it!
Zanza First, last, and always.
Zanza My Dreamcast is dying.
Zanza My XBox is already dead.
Zanza Did you say Playstation?
Al Kuester You're never too old to play Atari.
Al Kuester 2600 reasons why I love Atari!
Al Kuester Got Atari?
Al Kuester Classic gamers don't die they just click away.
Al Kuester AtariAge is my age!
Al Kuester Putting the 'joy' back in joystick!
Bill Combs Atari. More games. More fun.
Howard Wen Where the Age of Atari is always.
Howard Wen Through the Ages, it's always Atari.
Tom Westgate Atari - it is your father's video game.
Tom Westgate Atari - it's an attitude.
Joe Grand Because the new games suck.
Matthias David Back to the roots, back to Atari.
Brian Prescott Good. Clean. Fun.
Matthias David Today is the past, Atari is the future.
Matthias David Forget your life, forget your future, forget everything, but never forget Atari.
Matthias David 20 years later, and again an Atari.
Matthias David Who needs 3D if you have an Atari.
Matthias David Nostalgia = Atari.
Rob Kelly Plug and Play.
Dave Exton Physical Age - Mental Age = Atariage.
Dave Exton Old gamer, please pass quietly.
Dave Exton FCUK INTV
Dave Exton Mine's got a wood panel.
Christian Samuel Experience Atari again.
Christian Samuel Atari: The flame still burns.
Christian Samuel Have you played Atari lately?
Christian Samuel Some legends never fade away... Atari.
Steffan Ros Expiration date: unknown!
Joe Grand I can't believe I paid $15 for this shirt.
Steffan Ros Atari 1972 - ?
Steffan Ros Atari: Back to Front!
Steffan Ros Atari, for pioneers only!
Steffan Ros Videogames = Atari.
Steffan Ros Atari, future inspiration!
Kevin Bunch It's back.
Ben Valdes My girlfriend slept with the AtariAge slogan judges, but all I got was this lousy T-shirt.
Jah Fish Play with my joystick.
Jah Fish Have you posted on AtariAge today?
Thomas Jentzsch One webpage fits it all.
Ben Behar Who's your daddy? Atari.
Ben Behar Intellivision Sucks.
Ben Behar 6507 Inside.
Ben Behar Zero polygons per second.
Ben Behar Fuji Fanatic.
Ben Behar Atari - Your Move.
Ben Behar 2K is OK.
Joe Grand I'm with stupid ---->
Joe Grand 1980 wasn't -that- long ago.
Joe Grand Nostalgia for old people.
Joe Grand Reliving the era of classic gaming.
Joe Grand Purveyors of finely crafted classic gaming news.
 
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