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2004 Midwest Gaming Classic Photo Gallery

 

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Whirlwind, The Addam's Family, Batman Forever, and Judge Dredd.
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Whirlwind, Street Fighter II, Hurricane, Doctor Who, and the Last Action Hero.
 
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Wico was onhand selling parts for coin-operated machines.
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The Illinois Pinball Company had a large assortment of new and used parts for pinball machines.
 
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The Midwest Gaming Classic museum included a large assortment of classic computers and video game consoles. Pictured here is a number of Atari 8-bit computers and peripherals, as well as an RCA Studio II and Fairchild Channel F.
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More Atari hardware, including some boxed 8-bit machines.
 
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The Atari "ABC" (Atari Basic Computer) PC-compatible laptop, as well as an Atari Portfolio and two Atari calculators.
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A wide variety of classic computers, including some Color Computers, a TI 9/4a, Commodore Plus/4, and Aquarius.
 
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More Commodore computers (Vic-20, Commodore 64, Commodore 128, Amiga 2000). Also pictured are some Apple II computers, including an Apple II plus (upper-left), Apple IIgs and Apple IIe Platinum.
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Some Apple II clones, as well as a Macintosh Plus and Macintosh SE.
 
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Now on to all the video game consoles in the museum! Pictured here are some old Atari Pong units, as well as the Atari 2600 (in several flavors) and Atari's portable Touch Me game.
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The Atari 5200 with some peripherals, and the Atari 7800 on the right.
 
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The Atari 7800 (in front of the 5200 Trak Controller box), an Atari Jaguar with the Jaguar CD attachment, Intellivision, and Intelllivision III.
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Odyssey pong units, as well as an Odyssey II with The Voice.
 
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Philips CDI, ColecoVision (with Trak-Ball and Super Action Controllers), Arcadia 2001, and two versions of the 3DO.
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Some portable game systems, Xbox, Commodore CD-32, Playstation, and more.
 
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Various Sega gear, including Genesis hardware, Sega Master System consoles, a Game Gear (in front of the Dreamcast box), and some other portables. On the right are Nintendo systems, including the NES and Nintendo 64.
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Some cool classic gaming collectibles including buttons, pins, and some unused McDonalds Atari scratch off cards.
 
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An Apple IIe with too many disk drives, and an Atari XEGS running Tapper.
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The museum room also housed a wide variety of game systems setup for play.
 
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Icoliseum was running several PC LAN gaming events throughout the show. Every time I peeked in here, it was a full house!
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A shot of Gary Heil, Mark DiLuciano, Albert Yarusso, and Dan Loosen, after we finished loading up our van for the trip home.
 
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