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Following my Coleco game boxes I've done box designs for 10 unreleased Atarisoft games (all have had Atarisoft product numbers) and 2 unreleased Imagic games (the boxes are grey, not silver). I also made a funbox for an Intellivision GTA4, based on this video: Atarisoft - Battlezone - Dig Dug - Galaxian - Joust - Jungle Hunt - Missile Command - Moon Patrol - Ms. Pac-Man - Pole Position - Vanguard Imagic - Moonsweeper - Wing War Funbox - GTA4 A single box is EURO 12, all Atarisoft boxes are EURO 100, including the Imagic boxes the total is EURO 120, adding the GTA4 box makes a total of EURO 130. Shipping is EURO 8 (airmail, robust box, no insurance, no tracking, runtime 5 to 7 days). If you are interested in some of those boxes please drop me a NEW PM (no follow-up to the Coleco boxes please) including your Paypal address, I'll then will send you a Paypal invoice when your boxes are ready to go. Thanks, Marc.
I recently got an Apple IIgs, and one of the games I got was Jungle Hunt by Atarisoft CIB. In reality, I'm curious about everyones opinion about the "sub-sidery". Was it a good idea in 1983 to make their games for other companies? One idea is that they could of had more exclusives for themselves and their systems. Do you think it would of been better for them to make games for other companies and make extra money, or have more exclusives making people want their systems even more? Did you guys like that Atari was making their games for other systems? Did you buy any and enjoy them?
Always looking for (lame?) ways to contribute, and I had some spare time today. Sooo, I decided to create end of cart labels for the atarisoft cartridge collection. They are the most easily stacked carts since they are flat, but it's useless to do so, since there are no end of cart labels to know what's what. I didn't do one for Robotron or Superstorm since I wasn't sure if the boards required for a hummingbird eprom would fit in an atarisoft case. Also didn't do Joust because, well does anyone reaidng this actually HAVE Joust? (to those who respond yes, I respond; « [email protected]@RD! ») It was a creative decision not to have them fit right across the available space (I also noticed that some of my atarisoft carts have an etched outline of where a second label was likely planned, and I thought it just looked better to size them to fit that.) I've attached them as a bmp file (so as not to be lossy), and also have them saved in CDR format if someone has CorelDraw Suite and would like the layered images for ease of editing. HIGHLY recommend printing them on glossy stock. They just look better. Hope someone can use them. atari cart labels.bmp