Boing! by Shiralexann Wright
1983 First Star Software, Inc.
22 East 41st Street
New York, New York 10017
Not for resale.
Nice pic of a standard lab loaner for Sinistar (“Prototype Lab Division”).
Landshark! No I’m not, I’m a Dolphin!
Activision proto, AX-024, Copyright 1983.
Easily valued at over $1K… and probably a lot more. By MenAvision (and the only release by that company). This particular item has ball-point pen “Star fighter” written on the label, prob. because whoever had it at one time did not know what it was (since the label has no text). It’s so rare anyway, the pen mark up is not that big of a deal to collectors I would think.
Atari 2600 prototype Dune. Never completed. Here’s a pic of a reproduction cart. I’ve seen various other versions of repro carts for Dune. Not rare, but interesting. Also, if you are a Dune fan/collector, the label art is pretty nice.
Here are a few 2600 carts from Brazil cart maker Tron. These black plastic T-Handle carts should work fine on NTSC systems. Haha, wow, that Mario Bros. label illustration! I have not played “Super” Tennis, but am told it is the Atari title (not Activision).
- Keystone “Kappers” (Kapers)
- Mario Bros.
- “Super” Tennis (Atari)
- Moon Patrol
- Pole Position