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Hello, Everyone! I spent roughly two weeks completely reconstructing every single Atarisoft box front, as I needed them for my own purposes (I have a smart home system that contains media functionality), and thought they might be of use to everyone else! I had to go through and carefully match the fonts against my font books (from when I did professional fontography and typography layout), and carefully match colors to Pantone against the real boxes that I could find of each type. I think I've done reasonably well, at least they are all consistent. There were many Atarisoft titles which did not have official releases, so I had to make new box art for them, and using the same pattern as the existing ones, I took the illustrations from Atari's existing catalogue, in all cases. I hope you guys like these, They are here: http://imgur.com/a/vlhGF And I'll post a few samples in this thread: Enjoy, Let me know what you think! -Thom
Happy Friday and happy 40th to Pac-Man, the first video game I ever saw. I watched my brother play the arcade machine at a movie theater when I was five years old. In the first pic is a t-shirt from Five Below by Rubik's that I got for $5. In the second pic is the best 2nd generation console port which happens to be on Intellivision. 🍒🍓🍎
Just bumped on this in ebay. Prototype revisions of atarisoft super storm game http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5574883395&toolid=10001&campid=5336500554&customid=&mpre=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.de%2Fitm%2FTI-99-4A-SUPER-STORM-Texas-Instruments-SUPER-Rare-Prototype-Video-Game-Cartridge-%2F150983851385%3Fpt%3DVideo_Games_Games%26hash%3Ditem232756bd79
Cleaning out the garage I found a box of old games. From my (brief) research, the most interesting one seems to be Jumpy from Databiotics. I played these games a lot, hopefully they can find a better home than the dump. Photo attached, send me a message if you're interested.