Feeding My Atari #3
Feeding My Atari cessnaace Billy Eno Mike Saarna
Not much added since my last entry, although I still have several Home Brew orders still being processed by Atari Age and Pack Rat Video Games, and a PAL standard 2-in-1 winging its way here from Germany.
Here's what I've just added. All are for the Atari 2600. All are purchases made via eBay:
- Bermuda Triangle (Data Age, 1982). Developed in-house at Data Age. Complete Boxed Copy.
- The Challenge of Nexar (Spectravision; 1982). This game was actually developed by Sirius Software and licensed by Spectravision for them to publish. Sirius also developed the first four games published by 20th Century-Fox, which includes Worm War I (see my review of Worm War I for further details). It's easy to spot the games Fox licensed from Serius, as they all have a red label.
- Tapeworm (Spectravision; 1982). This one was developed in-house at Spectravision. This is a Snake style game. The other 2 Snake style games that I own are both Home Brews. Worm for the 7800, and NESnake 2 for, well, the NES of course. There are two more Snake style games that I want and are Home Brews as well, and I've Wishlisted them. Serpentine for the 7800 and Warring Worms: The Worm (Re)Turns for the 2600. The latter is the follow-up to the original Home Brew Warring Worms game, which sadly I don't own. Can any one tell me where I can find a copy?
TOTAL COST OF EACH GAME
Bermuda Triangle $15 + $7.50 for Economy Shipping = $22.50 (also = over charged for shipping)
The Challenge of Nexar $7.99 + $4.53 for Standard Shipping = $12.52
Tapeworm $10 + $3 for Expedited Shipping = $13
Was the full title of the original Warring Worms game Warring Worms: As the Worm Turns? if not I think that would make a good title for a third game in the series.