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JayAre last won the day on August 14 2020

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  1. My condolences to Jan's family and friends. RIP, Jan. Jan at an Activision event Here's a write-up on Jan's responsibilities at the company (from an Activisions newsletter)
  2. Thanks. I really appreciate it.
  3. At the museum, do you have any stickers from this set that are different from the ones I posted? Just curious to know if I might have a complete set. Thanks.
  4. Here you go, Rom. Let me know if you need anything else.
  5. Absolutely, Rom. I'll capture an image of each one on my scanner, and I'll attach them to this thread later tonight. I'm glad you liked them.
  6. Could be. I hadn't thought of that. I'll search some more online using the Astrodome as a reference. Thanks, Bill.
  7. Thanks, Bill. Yeah, I know you collect this kind of stuff, so I was lucky to nab it. I wonder what that CNE Videodome was. I can't find anything online about it.
  8. I got these promo stickers on eBay a while back. Have you guys ever seen these? Anyone have any background info. on them? Thanks.
  9. Maybe you've seen this already, but here's some information on the tournament. Looks like it was for the Centipede arcade game. https://ausretrogamer.com/the-atari-50000-world-championships-fiasco/ http://allincolorforaquarter.blogspot.com/2012/11/the-atari-50000-centipede-fiasco.html
  10. Interesting topic, Wolf. I think you're right, in that there probably aren't very many 2600 games with this 2-player feature. Well, I have another one for you. Lost Luggage - where players alternate with each cleared wave.
  11. What a cool t-shirt. Can you guys spot all the Activision games referenced in the shirt?
  12. Never seen this one before...
  13. You're right, CVGA. I've seen scratch-offs for Star Raiders, Missile Command, Asteroids and Centipede.
  14. I just received this vintage photo album which was made to commemorate Activision's 1982 Family Vacation to Maui. I'm sure many of you remember these vintage photo albums. It's impressive how much merchandise Activision produced in the early 80s. For this event alone, the company had the following items made: golf towel, sunglass case, photo album, t-shirts, banners, visor, beach towel. And I'm guessing there were other items as well.
  15. Yep. If you put "gaping holes" in Google Images, it's not exactly what Jim Levy and the boys envisioned.
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