Posted Sun Feb 25, 2018 6:05 AM
All Adam software was sold on either Digital Data Packs (i.e. custom cassettes) or on floppies. There were a few games which were initially released on cartridges for the ColecoVision, and then Coleco later re-released them on DDP or floppies with a few extra features (like B.C. Grog's Revenge, IIRC). I'm not talking about the Super Games when I say this, more like actual re-releases.
It's only many years later, with the advent of homebrew cartridges that broke the 32K barrier, that some Adam games (mainly the Super Games originally released on DDP) were converted to cartridges.
That Wikipedia page feels a little off and misleading to me. Or maybe I'm just misinformed...?