Archive for May, 2004

Mysterious 2600 Game Sold

Posted on May 24th, 2004 by Frank Cifaldi

Best Electronics, a company more than infamous among Atari collectors, recently auctioned off a prototype PCB board containing a previously unheard-of game for the Atari 2600.

Best’s auction claims that the prototype was “recently acquired from an ex-Universal 2600 programmer,” which is likely indicative of the game’s development origins. The winning bid of $565.00 was placed by Bidiots! user “atarimuseum,” whom we’re guessing is Curt Vendel of The Atari Historical Society.

We’ll keep you updated with any further developments that come in about the game. Meanwhile, check out the screenshots I’ve so kindly uploaded, and feel free to discuss this on our forums.


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