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Cartridge List for the Atari 8-bit Computers (400/800/XL/XE Computers)

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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)

Rev 1.0 Author: Chris Lynn, 4/2013, clynn@atari8bitcarts.com

Rev 4 has been added, updated 4-2016

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.

Edited by Atari8bitCarts

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it's not perfect but I think it does help at least define a few more cartridges. It showed me how much more there was to collect :)

If anyone has a few of the 8+ rarity carts that Atarimania or AtariAge doesn't have pictures for, please add them to this thread so we can get them over.
Every once in a while one of those carts pops up on eBay.

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Please pardon me, AtariGeezer,

Can you be kind to post the actually photo of DT-80 Cartridge for ATR8000 Mainframe (Hardware) ? I never seen the actually photo expect magazines mentioned just model "DT-80" , that's it.

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[quote name='Caterpiggle' timestamp='1364957201' post='2728166']
Please pardon me, AtariGeezer,

Can you be kind to post the actually photo of DT-80 Cartridge for ATR8000 Mainframe (Hardware) ? I never seen the actually photo expect magazines mentioned just model "DT-80" , that's it.
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[quote name='atari-passion' timestamp='1365018217' post='2728575']
Hello,

a very pretty picture :cool:


Arnaud
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Well,

you have two carts of Mr. Do`s Castle and also two carts of Letter Perfect - you don`t need doubles, do you ?!? ;-)

And of course you are much much older than me. So I can get all these carts from your (Nintendo-) kids... ;-) ;-) ;-)

-Andreas Koch.

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[quote name='CharlieChaplin' timestamp='1365028147' post='2728658']
Well,

you have two carts of Mr. Do`s Castle and also two carts of Letter Perfect - you don`t need doubles, do you ?!? ;-)

And of course you are much much older than me. So I can get all these carts from your (Nintendo-) kids... ;-) ;-) ;-)

-Andreas Koch.
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Letter perfect is available as 40 and 80 column carts, but two Canadian Mr Do's is a crime :)

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I do have my own Amiable Computer Enhancements (Later version) than yours (both of them). I will send a picture later when I find that cart of mine.

Yes, it is 80 columns BUT I don't know if it is works on ATR8000 Machine ?

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[quote name='Caterpiggle' timestamp='1365028925' post='2728661']
Good evening AtariGeezer,

Any possible to take a picture clear and no blurry. Harder to read each letters. I can't read all letters. Thank you for try out.
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That's about as clear as I could get from 15 takes...

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Thanks for the list Chris. I think I'll start using this as my check list. I've been using the Krieg list up till now but I know that there are quite a few omissions so it's good to have a more complete list.

It's nice to see the rarity values up on a spreadsheet, although that only reminds me of how few rare carts I've actually got!

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[quote name='McKong' timestamp='1365068422' post='2728918']
Thanks for the list Chris. I think I'll start using this as my check list. I've been using the Krieg list up till now but I know that there are quite a few omissions so it's good to have a more complete list.

It's nice to see the rarity values up on a spreadsheet, although that only reminds me of how few rare carts I've actually got!
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This does not have the rarity values, but you might think this link is very useful.
KrOtki is the author of this list.
[url="http://atariage.com/forums/topic/161828-hooked-on-8-bit-carts/page__st__250#entry2705540"]http://atariage.com/...50#entry2705540[/url]

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[quote name='AtariGeezer' timestamp='1365022629' post='2728613']
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Nice!

[quote name='Caterpiggle' timestamp='1365028925' post='2728661']
Harder to read each letters. I can't read all letters. Thank you for try out.
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Small text says: ATARI/ATR8000 80-Column Dumb Terminal Emulator Edited by ClausB

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