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2004 Midwest Gaming Classic Photo Gallery

 

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Lee Krueger's X3V0LuX, which we started selling for the first time at the show.
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The Atari 2600 games were popular with everyone!
 
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Indy 500 XE running out in the hall.
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Who can resist a game of Castle Crisis?
 
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Matt Reichert of AtariProtos.com taking a break.
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It's never too early to rope 'em into the 2600!
 
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A Lynx setup along with some Lynx hardware and software for sale.
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Books!
 
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AtariProtos.com banner.
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Matt Reichert of AtariProtos.com had a wide variety of prototypes on display for the 2600, 5200, Atari 8-bit, Odyssey 2, and Vic-20.
 
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Matt talking about prototypes.
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Mark DiLuciano of Sunmark had a wide variety of Atari 8-bit and Vectrex hardware and software on display and for sale at the show.
 
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These Vectrex systems saw plenty of use during the show!
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Some of the Atari 8-bit carts Sunmark sells.
 
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More Atari 8-bit hardware and software.
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Sunmark's Vectrex controller overlays and a selection of original Vectrex games and multi-carts.
 
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Many attendees had never seen a Vectrex before!
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MIDI Maze, a popular Atari ST game that was ported to the Atari 8-bit computers and never released. The Atari 8-bit version is extremely well done!
 
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The Vectrex systems draw more people in...
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Looking into the main vendor hall, where the GOAT Store had the side wall.
 
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Looking in the other direction from the same spot.
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It seems everyone was walking around the show with some BAWLS in their hand!
 
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24 BAWLS to a case!
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The GOAT Store had a wide selection of merchandise for sale, and was introducing two new Dreamcast games at the show.
 
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