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Atari CX-2600 Original Game Cartridge Collection

  Lot # 006-B
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  • Condition Very Good see description
  • Size Standard; Game Rack 5" x 14.5" x 3 3/4"
  • Location Kitchen Counter
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  • Lot # 006-B
  • System ID # 2985884
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 This Lot consists of a total of 7 original Atari Games Cartridges to include Space Invaders, Pac Man, Missile Command, Seaquest, Spider Fighter, Video Pinball and Real Sports Football. Each Game with the exception of Missile Command include the original Box and Manuals. Also included is an original Atari Game Cartridge Game Holder Display Rack. Some of the cartridges do show wear due to handling and use as can be seen in the photographs. Companion pieces offered in Lots #6A and #6C.

- Vintage 1980 Atari Space Invaders Game Cartridge CX 2632. One or Two Player. By Taito America Corporation. TAITO is the exclusive owner of the global intellectual property rights, including copyrights and trademarks, for Space Invaders and its characters, and takes an active role regarding new Space Invaders related enterprises.

- Vintage 1981 Atari Inc. Pac-Man Game Cartridge CX 2646. By Namco America Inc. Shows some staining on Graphic Label as can be seen in photographs. Pac Man came out on May 22, 1980 for Atari unde3r official license by Namco Inc. Toru Iwatani is the Japanese game designer credited with the creation of Pac-Man. It was a widespread commercial success, leading to several sequels merchandise, two television series, as well as hit single. The franchise remains one of the highest-grossing and best-selling games, generating over $14 billion in revenue and has an enduring commercial and cultural legacy, commonly listed as one of the greatest video games of all time.

- Vintage 1981 Atari Pinball Game Cartridge CX-2638.

- Vintage 1981 Atari Missile Command Game Cartridge CX-2638.

- Vintage 1983 Atari Seaquest Game Cartridge CX-2638. One and Two Player. Conceived and designed by Steve Cartwright, published by Activision. Very minor staining on graphic label as can be seen in photographs.

- Vintage 1982 Atari 2600 Spider Fighter Game Cartridge. One Player. Conceived and designed by Larry Miller licensed by Activision. Some Stains on graphic Label as can be seen in photographs.

- Vintage 1982 Atari 2600 Real Sports Football Game Cartridge 2668. The 2600 version's programming was assigned to Rob Zdybel.