For Immediate Release:
July 11, 2003
Atari Video Club/Jaguar Community United is pleased to announce the following events
for The Video Game Summit:
Besides what was announced about the Jagfest on Tour Section in a previous press
release, we do have other events planned.
(For those who donít remember here is a list of Jagfest tourneys:
Protector SE and 3 Lynx tourneys (to be announced at show time))
At the AVC/JCU table we will be having A number of 2600 games to be played ( if you
want to see a certain game all you have to is ask) there as well as three 2600 Tourneys for
Escape from the Mind Master, the prize for this tourney is NES Game Genie
supplied by Good Deal Games;
Warring Worms, the prize for this tourney is MWC 2002 Special edition of this game and
an extra large Atari Age. t-shirt supplied by Atari Age;
and Space Treat, the prize for this tourney is the deluxe version of this game and an extra
large Atari Age T-shirt supplied by Atari Age.
Other tourneys are also being planned and will be announced at show time.
(We will also be taking orders for issues of the Atari zone fanzine as well)
We welcome Goat Store to the show; they are the organizers of the annual Midwest
Classic show in Milwaukee, WI as well as being one of the best online stores for classic
games; they will be selling various Atari, Sega and Nintendo as well as other classic
gaming items as showing Feet of Fury for The DC. Also at the show will be Robert
Mundschau who runs RPM-games.com he will be selling Loadstar compleat for
C64:LOADSTAR magazine for Commodore 64 on floppy disk, now all on one CDROM.
Hundreds of games, puzzles, articles, artwork and SID music that you can enjoy
on your PC or Macintosh computer. Free emulator provided for Windows as well. And
if you missed seeing the 2600 game Gravity Ball at Midwest Classic then you will you
have another chance to see at VGS.
Also coming to VGS is The Suburban Chicago Atarian (SCAT) Users group who will be
running programs on the Falcon030, 130XE and ST (16/32-bit) computers as well as
selling disks from their 8-bit library. Also Dave Ross will be unofficially representing the
South West Regional Association of Programmers (SWARP) Users group for the C64
and 128; he will be running programs on these systems as well as flyers for their annual
Commodore computer Fall Expo show on October 11th (at the same hotel where VGS is
We also have Harry Dodgson, Matt G, Paul Zimmerman and Andrew Bray selling or
trading their items.
We are also going to have music being played through out the show
either from the Jagfest section (Dan Iacovelli will be playing his Weird Al Yankovic CDís,
as well as Pac-man fever and Tempest 2k sound track) or any other table.
Plus we are pleased to have the music styling from Bud Melvin as he plays
his banjo with his Game Boy towards the end of the show.
(Budís website can be found at http://www.budmelvin.com
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For information on the Video Game Summit:
Visit the official Jagfest website at
End Press Release