I am proud to announce that I have been working with Brent H. AKA "bah" here on Atari Age
It is very cool that you're releasing these rare Astrocade games, like "Treasure Cove" and "Muncher" (with the latter, of course, never having had an official release). Your release of "Muncher" looks rather plain (taking it's look, I presume, from one of the non-official releases of the bare cartridge). You're not using the artwork for the game that was presented by Astrovision, Inc. Did you not know that it existed? The artwork looks like this:
The artwork made for "Munchie" (Astrocade's name for the game) is on page 3 of the "More Games. More Fun. More to Come" catalog. It's kind of weird looking, but in a way, I like it much more for that reason. It comes across as a this-is-not-Pac-Man-just-look-at-out-artwork! The catalog is here:
(Weirdly, I'm using Internet Explorer 11 under Windows 7 right now; it won't open any pdf files. Not sure why that is at the moment.)
If you're interested, I have this catalog in the garage someplace. I can look for it this week and can get you a high-quality scan of this artwork, if you'd like to replace the artwork that you're using for the re-release of "Muncher." This would make the release look so much better. I do like that you're releasing the games in same style of case as the original Bally releases that just came on cardboard backings.