Good Luck Charlie Brown Footage!

Posted on February 5th, 2007 by Frank Cifaldi

Matt Kain, the gentleman who found a copy of Good Luck Charlie Brown for the Atari 2600 at a flea market which, ten years later, remains the only known copy, has uploaded footage of the game to YouTube. This is the first time Atari’s lost children’s game has ever been seen by the public.

Neat, huh? Obviously, the game is in a very early, unfinished state, lacking sound and additional screens (early previews suggested a second screen involving lawn mowing!), but it’s becoming increasingly likely that this is the only copy of the game to survive, so this is all we’re going to get.

Kain plans to sell the game sometime relatively soon. Interested parties should follow this AtariAge forums thread for details.


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