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Hello,

As you may know, Atarimania's goal is to properly archive ALL A8 gameware before it is too late. We'd like to involve more people in preserving rare games before a big part of Atari history disappears.

While all other big platforms have on-going projects of this kind, we believe the Atari community is a bit trailing behind in this respect. Lots of rare games have been unearthed already but we're still missing a lot.

What follows is a very big list of the main titles that need to be dumped. Everything is sorted by publisher. If you have some of these programs on your old floppy disks or tapes, please get in touch :)

Acorn Software
Everest Explorer
Formula 1
(Sid Meier's first commercial game!)

Advanced Computing Enterprises
Math Master
Word Wizard


Adventure International (UK)
Any Scott Adams text adventure (NOT the same as the US versions)

Adventure International (USA)
3-D Tic-Tac-Toe
Airline
Labyrinth of Crete
Propix '81
Treasure Quest
War


AdVentures
Math Tutor

AEC
Spelling Bee

Alpha Systems
Deluxe Space Games
Dots


Amazon Systems
Hot Foot

ANALOG Software
ANALOG Adventure
Carnival
Sunday Driver


Antic Software
Omar

APX
Advanced Fingerspelling
Amansarranas
Escape to Equatus
Gridiron Glory
Math Mission
Minus Mission
Numberland Nightwatch


Arcade Plus
Arcade Pro Football
Night Rally


Arma Design Group
Any...

Artronic
Pogotron

ArtSci
Poker Solitaire

Artworx
Alpha Fighter
Blockade
Bridge 3.0
Bridge 4.0
Bridge 5.0
Compubridge
Crazitack
Forest Fire!
Forest Fire! Two
Gigatrek
Hearts 1.5
Monkeybuilder
Monkeynews
Nominoes Jigsaw
Pilot
Poker Tourney
Stud Poker
Teacher's Pet
Vaults of Zurich (The)


ASP Software
Cells and Serpents
Conquering Everest
Detective
Elephants Graveyard
Planetfall
White Barrows


ATACOMP
Buggies
Cannon Coupé
Frenzy
Golden Maze
Swarm (The)


Atari (US)
Atari Sentences
Division Drill
Graphing
Instructional Computing Demonstration
Pre-Reading


Athena Software
Any...

Avalon Hill
Computer Baseball Strategy
Compyter Facts in Five
Computer Football Strategy
Computer Stocks and Bonds
Divex
Five Card Draw Poker
Road Racer / Bowler
Tank Arkade


Avatar Software
Zogar

B-Ware
Escaper (The)

BCI Software
Mind over Matter

Bluestone Software
Language Lab Drill Kit II
Primary Phonics Lab I


Blythe Valley Software
Briar Rose
Hansel and Gretel


Boston Educational Computing
Any...

Bug-Byte
Quest for Eternity

Buzzword Game Company
Buzzword

Byte
Dual Duel

Byte-a-Bit Computing
Number Stumper

C & C Software
Space Pirates
Tanks and Squads


California Dreamers
Global Conquest

CalTech
Acey Ducey

Carousel Software
Brain Strainers

CE Software
Helicopter Battle
Horse Racing
Keno
Leap Frog
Lightning Bolts / Reaction
Mad Marble (The)
Musigame
Player Piano
Supermaster
Tag
Tractor Beam
War at Sea


Cedar Island Software
Confrontation at Vega Three
Triple Play


Channel 8 Software
Bomb Hunter
Caves of Death
I Spy for Kids


Clarkston Software
Horse Race
Sub Hunt
Tie Fighter


Color Computer Concepts
Stack Attack!

Color Software
3-D Star Trek
Blackjack


Compu-Tations, Inc.
Multiple Choice Files

Compu-Things
Attack of the Yeti
Disaster at Sealab
Roman Conquest


Compugraphics
Laser Ball
Pillbox
(NOT the Polish game)

Compuquest Adventures
Transported

Computer Age Software
Devil Dwell Dungeon
Elbbarcs


Computer and Video Games
Any type-in...

Computer Consultants of Iowa
Night Flyer

Computer Magic
Avoid
Horseword Derby
It-Is-Balloon
Tribomb


Computer Seen Software (The)
Old Took's Secret (The)

Computer's Voice
Hangman
Mathfaks
Word Search Puzzle Maker


Continental Adventures
Any...

Control Data Publishing
Any...

Counterpoint Software
Any...

Creative Computing
Eliza
Haunted House
Outdoor Games
Star Trek
Treasure Island
Trivia Unlimited


Crystal Microsoft
Jewel Thief

Crystalware
Bermuda Experience
Clonus
Clonus II
Galactic Quest
Glamis Castle
Haunted Palace
House of Usher
Land of Sumer
Lasar Wars
Little Crystal
Pioneer Experience (The)
Treasure Island


CS Software
Computer Command
Search (The)


DACC
747 Flight Simulator

Dacus Software
Any...

Data Faire
Any...

Data Treasures
Any...

Datamost
Mating Zone
Pig Pen


Datasoft
Crosscheck Data Disk - Adults
Crosscheck Data Disk - Children
Rosen's Brigade
(NOT the Gentry Software release)

Davidson
Any...

Davka Corporation
Any...

DBM Software
Phrazac War
Vars Revenge


DesignWare
Grammar Examiner (The)
Math Maze
Notable Phantom (The)
Spellagraph
Spellakazam
States and Traits
Trap-a-Zoid


Discovery Games
Flying Tigers
Winged Samurai


Distro Enterprises
Her Majesty's Secret Weapon

DKG
Any...

DLM
Any...

Dolphin Microware
Hexmaster

Don't Ask Computer Software
Wordrace

Dr. Daley's Software
Teacher's Aid

Dynacomp
Acey Ducey
Alpha Fighter / Alpha Base
Alvin
Backgammon 2.0
Blackjack
Blackjack Coach
Bridge 2.1
Bridge Master
Cactus League Baseball
Chompelo
Craps
Crazy eights
Escape from Volantium
Euchre
Final Assembly
Forest Fire!
Giant Slalom
Golf Pro
Lil' Men from Mars
Management Simulator
Middle Earth
Moving Maze
Nominoes Jigsaw
Panzer / Blitzkrieg
Player Piano
Probability
Quintominoes
Rollerball
Rubik's Cube Solver
Shiloh 1862
Space Evacuation!
Space Lanes
Space Tilt
Space Trap
Stud Poker
Super Sub Chase
Switch
Teacher's Aide
Teacher's Pet
Triple Blockade
Valdez
Valley of the Kings
Vaults of Zurich (The)
Wumpus


Eastern House Software
Typing Exercise

Educational Activities
Any...

Educational Activity
Any...

Educational Software
Adventures of Proto
Brain Boggler
Kid's Programs #1
Kid's Programs #2
Maths for Fun
Proto's Favorite Games
Proto's Fun Day
Proto's Game
Space Games
Spelling Bee


Edupro
Any...

Edusoft
Any...

EduWare
Rendez-Vous
Spelling Bee Games


Einstein Corporation
Memory Trainer

Electronic Arts
Word Flyer

Emporium Company (The)
Any...

English Software
Escape from Perilous
Marathon
Time Warp


Epyx
Jumpman (early version)

ESC
Kaos II
Last Words


Esplanade Enterprises
Drug Bust

Eurydice
Anneau d'Osrog (L')

Evolving Technology
Computer Crossword

Fenderware Computing
Vandenberg

Firebird (USA)
MRCA Mach 2 Combat Flight Simulator

First Star Software
Cosmic Squeeze (if it was ever released...)
Romper Room's I Love My Alphabet

Futurehouse
Any...

Games Computing
Any type-in...

Games Computers Play
Any...

GDW
Battle of Chickamauga

Genesis Software
Foresite
Starfighters


Gentry Software
Magneto Bugs
Target Practice


Great Game Products
Play Bridge with Sheinwold

Hayden Software
King Cribbage
MicroAddition
MicroDivision
MicroMultiplication
MicroSubtraction
Musical Mathematics
Reversal
Wargle!


HEL Laboratories
Blackjack

HES
Coco
Coco II


Hi Tech Expressions
Sesame Street Learning Library

High Technology Software
Chem Lab Simulations

Holdco
Any...

Horizon Simulations
Cloak and Dagger
Fathoms 40


Howard W. Sams
Atari Trivia Data Base

Illusion Software
Crazy Cobra

Illusions II
Games-1

Image Computer Products
Any...

IMJ Software
Any...

INET Corporation
MemorEase+
SpeedRead+


Inhome Software
Alien Number
Math Pack


Insight Software
Letter Invaders

IPS
Any...

ISIS
Bugrunner

Jay Gee programming Company
Attack of the Spelling Bees

JMH Software of Minnesota
Any...

Kalatot Software
Blip
Putzman


Kangaroo
Jeepers Creatures
My House - My Home


Keypunch Software
Adventure Pak
Alaskan Wilderness
Arcade II
Arcade Bonanza
Dungeons of Despair
Taken Alive


Koala Technologies
Muppet Learning Keys

Krell Software
Any...

Lance Haffner Games
3-in-1 Football

Learning Company (The)
Bumble Games
Magic Spells
Moptown Hotel
Moptown Parade
Reader Rabbit
Wordspinner


Learning Well
Space Math

Libraries Unlimited
Legacy from Beyond

Load'n Go
Tube Trooper

Looking Glass Software
Any...

LotsaBytes
Original Adventure
Stonequest


Mad Scientist Software
Any...

Manhattan Software
Any...

Martech Games
Conflict
Galaxy Conflict


Maximus
Safetyline

MECC
Any...

Med Systems Software
Knossos

Merlin Enterprises
Any...

Micro Fun
Death in the Caribbean
Dino Eggs
Heist (The)


Micro Magic Software
Any...

Microdaft
Dropzone (full version only)

MicroMate Software
Asteroid Artist

Milwaukee Software
Hi-Res Lunar Lander

Mind Science Foundation
Experiments in ESP and Psychokinesis

Mindless Endeavours
Schrecken

Mindscape
Castle Clobber

Mirrorsoft
First Steps with the Mr. Men

MMG Micro Software
Asterois Miners
Career Counselor
Shape Chase


Money Disk
Depreciation

Morgan and Pearce
Bugs

Mosaic Electronics
Artillery
Hangword


Mosaic Publishing
Archers (The)

Nexa Corporation
Adventures of the Baby Sea Turtle
Journey
Maze Master
Superbowl Football
Unterseeboot (Das)


Novagen Software (UK)
Encounter! (NOT the Synapse Software release)

Novin
Lance Lucre

Nüfekop
Krazy Kong

Opportunities for Learning
Any...

Orange Cherry Software
Any...

PartlySoft Software
Rough Day at the Office

PCA
Computer Exchange
Labyrinths


PDI
Adventures of Oswald (The)
Alphabet Arcade
Analogies
Android
(NOT the platformer)
Bowling 1
Cash Register
Here Comes Violet
Kross and Quotes
Pumpkin Stand
Robin's Halloween
Sammy the Sea Serpent
Spy vs. Spy
(NOT the one we know...)
Starship Duel
Story Builder
Teddy's Magic Balloon
Time Bomb
Word Master


PI Software
Bridge Crosser

PMI
Any...

Positive Input
Any...

PR Software
Any...

Prickly-Pear Software
Any...

Prodata Group
Lunar Lander

Programmers Workshop
Any...

Prophecy Investments
Wheeler Dealers

Quality
Bowling
Car-o-Rama
Eggbert
Ten Thousand


Quality Software
Name That Song
QS Reversi
Tari Trek


Queue, Inc.
Any...

Quicksilva
Magic Micro Mission (full version only)

QuinTech Systems
Down the Garden Path

Rampage Computer Products
Any...

Random House
Any...

READY Software
Saturn Lander

Real Software
Real Poker I

Reston
Space Knights

Richwood Software
Ghost Hunter II
Gladiator (The)


RLD
Mafia
Prez
Solitrek


Roklan
Frog Jump
Number Bowling
Picture Parts


Scarborough
MasterType Filer

Scholastic WizWare
Microzine
Square Pairs


Sears
Any...

Sebree's Computing
Battling Tanks
Down the Trench
Flight Simulator
Submarine Minefield
Trip to Jupiter
Wumpus Adventure
Wumpus Adventure 2


Sensational Software
Any...

Sentient Software
Gold Rush

SGP
At the Gates of Moscow

Sierra
Marauder (full disk)

Silicon Valley Systems
Creepers
Laser Racers
Nazz
Rapid Reader


Sim Computer Products
Any...

Soflow Software
Any...

Softie
Any...

Software Factory
Any..

Software Tree
Corporate Strategy

Spectrum Visual Concepts
Legend

Spinnaker Software
Christmas Sampler
Delta Drawing
(disk version)
Kidwriter
Math Busters
(full disk)

Springboard
Any...

Stan Educational Software
Dragon
Skyride
US Presidents


Starbound Software
Shuttle Ascent to Orbit

Starfire Games
Global Thermonuclear War
Time Machine I


Sterling Swift
Any...

SubLOGIC
Adventure on a Boat
Black Forest (The)
Ghostly Manor
Sky Rescue


Sunburst Communications
SemCalc
Survival Math


Sunset Software
Cave-In

SUPERWare
Around the World

Surrealistek Software
Catacombs of Baruth

Survival Software
Quest (The)

Swifty Software
Dots-n-Boxes
Fun and Games
Jerry White's Music Lessons
My First Alphabet
Space Chase
Time Bomb
Trivia Trek
Word Games


Synapse Software
Dimension X (full disk version)
Relax (full disk version)

Syncro
Alien Hell
Astron IV
Drac Is Back
Wordmania


Task Force Computer Games
Asteroid Zero-Four
Starfire


TDC Distributors
Midway Battles

Team 4 Software
Rat Trap
3-D Micromaze


THESIS
Any...

Thorn EMI (UK)
Compute 4 / Reversi
Owari / Bull and Cow


Thunder Mountain
Batty Builders

Titan Programs
Caverns

Top Ten Hits
Commander

Total Control Systems
Ultima III Construction Set

TriData Corporation
PASE

Tyson Educational Systems
Any...

Unicorn Software
Any...

Versa Computing
Mind Bogglers I

Weekly Reader Family Software
Fat City
Pic. Builder
Stickybear Bop
Stickybear Opposites
Stickybear Shapes


West Coast Software
Battle Warp
Satan's Satellite
Target Blockade


White Bag Software
Balloon Pop
Lazer Feds


Windcrest Software
Baseball's Best
Panzer War


Wizard Video Games
Movie Trivia Quiz

Wizard Ware
Zero Zone

Wolters Software
Code-Woord

XLENT Software
CAMP

Your Computer
Any type-in...

Zapata Microsystems
Any...

Zebra
Devilator

Ziza Presents
Any...

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Posted Sun Nov 28, 2004 10:27 AM

What was Spinnakers Xmas sampler - is that the one with the Nutcracker and Mouse dance thingy?

Ultima III construction set - interesting..................what did this do?

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Posted Sun Nov 28, 2004 11:20 AM

What was Spinnakers Xmas sampler - is that the one with the Nutcracker and Mouse dance thingy?

From a dealer ad: Great holiday package that brings the classics "to life" with full color graphics and sound, interspersed with animation. Stories are told, plus a selection of Christmas carols, accompanied by screen texts that are asy to follow. Christmas music is the third ingredient - perfect for family gatherings.

If this is what you have, please send us a disk image so it can be archived :)

Ultima III construction set - interesting..................what did this do?

No idea... Maybe it lets you alter some of the settings?

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Posted Sun Nov 28, 2004 1:15 PM

I have the 'Jingle Disk' which I dont think is the same thing. Ill have to take some screenshots if I get a chance to load it up.

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Posted Sun Nov 28, 2004 2:07 PM

Nope, the JingleDisk is by Hi Tech Expressions.

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Posted Sun Nov 28, 2004 10:07 PM

Any chance Atarimania will also be storing utilities such as:
http://www.atariage....0&CompanyID=222

Love the site and thanks.

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Posted Mon Nov 29, 2004 9:41 AM

I had an Ultima III construction set for the Apple (a pirate version). Basically it allowed you to place any tile anywhere, so you could build your own levels. Very neat stuff.

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Posted Mon Nov 29, 2004 10:15 AM

Hi,

Any chance Atarimania will also be storing utilities such as:
http://www.atariage....0&CompanyID=222

Love the site and thanks.

We'll have a UTILITIES / SERIOUS section up pretty soon. The site is in the process of being redesigned a bit to cater for some additional stuff :)

Thanks for the kind comments.

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Posted Mon Nov 29, 2004 10:23 AM

I had an Ultima III construction set for the Apple (a pirate version). Basically it allowed you to place any tile anywhere, so you could build your own levels. Very neat stuff.

Might well be the same... According to the Giant List of Classic Programmers, it was also coded for the Apple. BTW, it seems the program was written by David Sullivan of GOE and... Ninja Golf fame!

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Posted Tue Nov 30, 2004 10:12 AM

I have a extensive collection of other people's collections that I have put together. I think I will explore these disks at last and see what they are. Expecially since I have a Indus drive working at last as well. :)

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Posted Tue Nov 30, 2004 10:30 AM

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Jumpman (early version)  


Can you explain this one a bit?

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Posted Tue Nov 30, 2004 11:43 AM

Hello,

I have a extensive collection of other people's collections that I have put together. I think I will explore these disks at last and see what they are. Expecially since I have a Indus drive working at last as well.

Doctorclu, that would be fantastic. Please get in touch if you manage to build up a full list of what's on these disks :)

Jumpman (early version)


Needs further confirmation but I have seen this one on a collector's disk list. The game's precise reference is Jumpman #1 by Randy Glover and is a file (not the usual single-sided disk you find for this game). The collector also has Jumpman as the regular Epyx version so there may actually be a beta available as well...

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Posted Tue Nov 30, 2004 12:05 PM

Hi there!

Needs further confirmation but I have seen this one on a collector's disk list. The game's precise reference is Jumpman #1 by Randy Glover and is a file (not the usual single-sided disk you find for this game). The collector also has Jumpman as the regular Epyx version so there may actually be a beta available as well...


Might also just be Jumpman Jr.

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Posted Tue Nov 30, 2004 12:30 PM

Might also just be Jumpman Jr.

I doubt it. Jumpman Junior has two separate entries on this list and the publisher is marked as "Epyx", not "R. Glover". The listing I have is very precise and there's probably a reason why we have Jumpman #1 as the name of the game and "R. Glover" as publisher.

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Posted Tue Nov 30, 2004 12:50 PM

Hi there!

The listing I have is very precise and there's probably a reason why we have Jumpman #1 as the name of the game and "R. Glover" as publisher.


Maybe it's the Jumpman demo extracted from the preview disk?

Greetings,
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Posted Tue Nov 30, 2004 1:12 PM

> Maybe it's the Jumpman demo extracted from the preview disk?

Manuel, good point but while Jumpman Junior is on the Preview Disk, Jumpman isn't ;)

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Posted Tue Nov 30, 2004 1:16 PM

Hi there!

Manuel, good point but while Jumpman Junior is on the Preview Disk, Jumpman isn't ;)


Hm... then you have to ask that collector who wrote the list himself :)

BTW: You're missing the Summer Games Cartridge on your page.

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Posted Tue Nov 30, 2004 1:59 PM

You're right, we scanned the box but not the cart...

Anyway, let's see if I can put my hands on that Jumpman #1, it would be a great find :)

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Posted Tue Nov 30, 2004 6:13 PM

Hi there!

You're right, we scanned the box but not the cart...


Ah no, I meant the binary. You only have the disk version for download, no dump of the cartridge ROM.

Anyway, let's see if I can put my hands on that Jumpman #1, it would be a great find :)


I'd love to see that. I could quickly identify any differences to the regular version in case.

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Posted Tue Nov 30, 2004 6:22 PM

Ah no, I meant the binary. You only have the disk version for download, no dump of the cartridge ROM.


That's one of the problems with collecting sealed boxes...but it is a temporary problem.

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Posted Tue Nov 30, 2004 6:54 PM

Ah no, I meant the binary. You only have the disk version for download, no dump of the cartridge ROM.

I don't get it, it's definitely there :?

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Posted Tue Nov 30, 2004 7:09 PM

Ah no, I meant the binary. You only have the disk version for download, no dump of the cartridge ROM.

I don't get it, it's definitely there :?

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Yes, it is!

I'd just assumed that the previous post was correct, but I've re-downloaded it and tested it, just now. It's there, and it's correct.

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Hi there!

Ah no, I meant the binary. You only have the disk version for download, no dump of the cartridge ROM.

I don't get it, it's definitely there :?


Oh... guess you're right. I just didn't see it, because it was filed under Atari not Epyx :)

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Wow old topic, which brings back old memories.

I was the creator of subhunt and horse race. Our company name was clarkston software,

At the time we were experimenting with machine level programing with basic,

I still have some tapes on the games. If you are Interested please email me.

We were small, but it was an exciting time working from the commodore pet. To atari800.

Thank you.

Kurt


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Posted Fri Feb 1, 2013 4:30 AM

Wow old topic, which brings back old memories.

I was the creator of subhunt and horse race. Our company name was clarkston software,

At the time we were experimenting with machine level programing with basic,

I still have some tapes on the games. If you are Interested please email me.

We were small, but it was an exciting time working from the commodore pet. To atari800.

Thank you.

Kurt


Holy necrobump Batman!
I am happy to be the first to welcome you to AtariAge Kurt!
Just send a PM Personal Message to www.atarimania.com by clicking on "PM this member" when you hover your mouse over his name.
I'm sure he'll be happy tro get any items and information you can provide.

Edited by Defender II, Fri Feb 1, 2013 4:33 AM.





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