I've acquired a unique cartridge to cassette copier that I would like to learn more about if possible. I can't find anything while searching.
It appears to be a dummy cart with a machine language program to perform the copying. I wasn't able to copy a cart yet (attempting centipede), but it could have been my blank cassettes or recorder. I have the Pill and the Impersonator, but this one I can't tell who made it.
In honor of those who have worked hard documenting Atari 8-bit cartridges, I have continued that work.
In 1983 using an Atari 400 computer, I began my long, and still continuing, software development career. Using many sources and my own personal extensive collection (during that last 10 years of hard-core 8-bit collecting), I have comprised a list in hopes that this information remains living for many years to come.
The file format is MS Excel. Broken down into three areas so far: Non-Atari, Atari, and undocumented.
I hope to add to this list; homebrews/reproductions. I believe this list to be the most complete that I have found. I do have some more to add (i.e. variations of labels, casings, etc). I.E. the OSS carts have many.
Cartridge List for the Atari 8-bit Computers (400/800/XL/XE Computers)
Special thanx to Kevin Chase, Andrew Krieg, Atarimania, Atari Passion, AtariAge for previous, current, and future contributions.
Rarity (1-10) is based on cartridge loose, you would add as much as 1-3 more points for NIB/CIB. This list represents "Production" cartridges, having at least a 5-10 production, documented, run. There are no prototypes, homebrews, personal projects, copied cartridges in this list. The intent of this list is to be living, since rarity, etc. changes over time.