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#1 Mik26 OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Mar 27, 2017 7:32 PM

Anyone know where I can find Tapper for the Atari 800 in the original Budweiser version?  All I can seem to find is the Mountain Dew version.

 

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#2 Tempest OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Mar 27, 2017 7:35 PM

I don't think any of the home versions had Budweiser. They were all more 'family friendly'.

#3 Kyle22 ONLINE  

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Posted Mon Mar 27, 2017 7:37 PM

If Bud version truly doesn't exist, maybe one of our excellent graphic designers here would like to take that up

 

:)



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Posted Mon Mar 27, 2017 7:46 PM

There were a few hacks with pilsner etc already done



#5 AtariGeezer OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Mar 27, 2017 7:48 PM

Yep,  Pilsner is on Fandals Site



#6 Mostro OFFLINE  

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Posted Tue Mar 28, 2017 12:07 PM

I don't think any of the home versions had Budweiser. They were all more 'family friendly'.

 

Interestingly, even the BBC Micro conversion- almost certainly commissioned for the UK market (#)- used the "Mountain Dew" sign, despite the fact it wasn't sold here at the time.

 

Playing Tapper on my friend's BBC B in the mid-80s was first and the only place I'd heard of it. IIRC I didn't even know what it actually was until they launched it in the UK in the mid-90s. (##)

 

Anyway, I guess what I'm saying is that "Mountain Dew" will always be connected to Tapper for me, so I'd rather have that sign anyway.  :) Sorry! :-D

 

 

(#) The BBC Micro's market share outside the UK was negligible; even here, it was pretty "second tier" in terms of game support, being primarily successful in the education field.

 

(##) Then withdrew it again a few years later. They reintroduced the name for an energy drink a while back, but it's definitely not the same product. (That's assuming the 90s "Dew" was the same as the US version anyway.)







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