I think I finished my sear's cib collection around a year ago, this took me a few years and it's very tough because there's a lot of difficult boxes to get. Have around 130 boxed sears games and finally able to display them
You were very lucky to get blue superman box locally the stuff is drying up. I bought math gran prix on ebay around a year ago. I still would like to upgrade some boxes at some point like my blue superman.
Sealed berenstain bears picked this up I believe 2010 video game conference downtown vegas. Won it at auction and the guy next to me was mad I ran the price up because he wanted to resell it in one of his video game stores.
Thank you Rom Hunter! Yes I believe it's in the top 3 rarest Atari 2600 games for sure. I can say it's either this or Birthday Mania on the #1 list along with red sea crossing and gamma attack going for second and third. I suppose Extra Terrestrials is the rarest in my opinion as no copies were ever sold before or advertised and also because of the unorthodox way of selling them door to door. Birthday mania is also very scarce as well but was advertised on local news papers back in the day and about 300 copies were apparently made with currently two collectors who are in possession of a copy today. Other rare games like Gamma attack are unpredictable because the producer never came out and not much information released, so at anytime it's possible for a bunker to be found somewhere in someone's basement with multiple copies just like Air Raid (17 boxed copies were found). Extra Terrestrials and Birthday Mania are verified that only a hundred or so copies were ever made in the beginning so they are the rarest for sure
Congrats on the find. I didn't know 17 boxed air raids were found if so I want one.
I have never collected the atari computer stuff, I got super into the c64 and Amiga after the console systems. But it's neat too see this stuff. I didn't know first star ever used that odd box for other games so that is cool to see!
Well you better get going lol, do you have another room full of c64 and amiga games? I'm really impressed with your collection reflecting the history of video games.