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Atari (U.S.) Corp.

 Organization

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Alamogordo, N.M. “Atari Burial” collection

 Collection — Container: digital collection
Identifier: 115.2073
Abstract These images from the Alamogordo, NM landfill were taken by Jim Heller, the man who helped to "bury" the legendary Atari cartridges in 1983. Marty Goldberg, an Atari historian, interviewed Jim Heller about the event and subsequently produced hi-resolution TIFFs from Mr. Heller's original photographs. (Access .JPGs have been created.) Also included in this donation are two publicity photographs of players with the Magnavox Odyssey 2 and the Atari 400 (taken c. 1981 at Macy's in Chicago), as...

Atari Cosmos Programmable Game System collection

 File — Box: Individual Manuscripts
Identifier: 119.215
Abstract This documentation on the Atari Cosmos game system was provided by Dan Kramer, former Atari Engineering staff member in the Consumer Electronics division. Materials include four hologram screens (two for Superman EG502, 1981 and two for Asteroids EG505, 1981) and copies of photocopied press releases and images of the COSMOS game system.

Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom source code printout

 File — Box: Individual Manuscripts
Identifier: 118.8351
Abstract This is a source code printout for the Sega arcade game Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom, ported for the Atari 2600, c. 1983.

Leonard Herman press kit and marketing collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 113.2963
Abstract The Leonard Herman press kit and marketing collection includes six CDs containing digitized press kit materials for various paper and electronic gaming companies from 1981-2003.

Up'n Down source code printout [1 of 2]

 File — Box: Individual Manuscripts
Identifier: 118.8349
Abstract This is a source code printout for the Sega arcade game Up'n Down, ported for the Atari 2600, c. 1983.

Up'n Down source code printout [2 of 2]

 File — Box: Individual Manuscripts
Identifier: 118.8350
Abstract This is a source code printout for the Sega arcade game Up'n Down, ported for the Atari 2600, c. 1983.