Nolan Bushnell ET treasure hunt.

Here’s a great image of the Nolan Bushnell digging for those infamous ET game cartridge c/o http://www.joystiq.com/2013/02/15/wrup-bushnell-digs-for-e-t-cartridges/.

O.k so he’s not actually doing that, but it’s a  fun photo caption  all the same.

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Speaking of Atari, look what Mrs StiGGy brought  me back from her shopping expedition.

Retro Gamer Magazine’s – Atari Book – 40th Anniversary Special.

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A 40th anniversary Atari special from the makers of Retro Gamer

The Machines
– In-depth features on Atari’s greatest hardware.

The Developers
– Interviews with the people that made the games.

The games
– The top 25 games for the Atari 2600, along with ‘The Making Of’ features for all the classics.

40 Reasons why we love Atari
– We explore why Atari is so fondly remembered.

Also inside…

The Machines
– Atari 2600
– Atari 5200
– Atari 800 XL
– Atari 7800
– Atari ST
– Atari Lynx
– Atari Jaguar

The Developers
– Atari Inc
– Atari Corp
– Nolan Bushnell
– Allan Alcorn
– Howard Scott Warshaw
– Bob Polaro
– David Crane

The Games
– Top 25 Atari 2600 Games
– Pong
– Sprint2
– Asteroids
– Missile Command
– Battlezone
– Tempest
– Pitfall!
– Miner 2049er
– Star Wars
– Dandy
– Crystal Castles
– Paperboy
– Dungeon Master
– Roadblasters
– Chip’s Challenge
– Alien Vs Predator

https://www.imagineshop.co.uk/

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2 responses to “Nolan Bushnell ET treasure hunt.

  1. Whoa, I want to read that Retro Gamer special!! It’s getting harder to find them around me, so I’ll probably just grab it on my iPad, though that does look like a case where I’d like that in physical form…

  2. Thanks Toad64. It’s been out for a few weeks now and I was going to pass on it as I thought it might be mostly reprinted stuff from RG mag but (unless memory is fading) there looks to be stacks of content I haven’t seen before…maybe from GamesTM?

    Hope you do manage to find ourself a printed copy either via there shop or eBay, but as a digital magazine fan, the iPad version certainly would be my next choice.

    Kind regards

    StiGGy

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