Okay, either you've seen enough or you haven't found what you'relooking for. Well, that's possible since we don't want to spoil bandwith withtelling and showing things that others already have, which would also be prettyrespectless. So here's some major 2600 linkage to classic videogame sites youmight like.
If you have an URL to add, beam it right thru..
- VGR's Homepage
- Featuring the Giant 2600/7800 list- now intwo versions!
- Atari 2600 CollectorsNetwork UK
- Something like the PAL*Division, andindeed they were on-line first.
Check this out if you wanna know what's goingon in the UK.
- The Atari Gaming Headquarters
- This is the most rocking ATARI page on the face of the earth,whichis run by my buddies Keita and John Hardie. They are actually hosting this site as well.. Be there and do it if you haven't!
- The Eye of the HSW hurricane
- Howard Scott Warshaw's site, the programmer of some of the best selling 2600 games.
- Curt Vendel'sAtari Historical Society
- No, not Hysterical.. Formaly known as the "Prototype and Vaporware Site"The site features a Virtual Museum which still showcases a lot of prototypes for the Atari systems
- DrDemento's History of Home Video Games Homepage
- Don't forget to look at his Atari 2600 Information pages!
- Classic Home Video Games Museum
- Another Classic Vid. Museum which recently revamped it's look. SomethingI ought to do as well. Do the "Guess The System" Quiz, and check out the screenshots!
- 2600 Connection
- Home of The only newsletter that covers the Atari 2600 Videogame ComputerSystem - - 100%
With articles and good info compiled by Tim Duarte.
- The Atari 2600 Collectors Homepage
- Let's hope John'll update his list soon, but nevertheless the "Home of the Atari 2600 Label Variations List and Image Archive" still is a mighty fineresource.
- SnapSnare's Atari Home Page
- Wanna Dive into the deepest inside Atari Inc. stuff? Be sure to check outGrant's site!
- Kalla's Classic Gaming Dimension
- Do you lack the Waterworld Comic ? You lack all the SQ comics ?!
Jack into the SwordQuest Comic Book Archive and some other stuff.
- Stella, A Multi-Platform Atari 2600 Emulator
- If a good, clean and easy-to-use Atari 2600 emulator for any platform is what youare looking for, this is still the place to be. Good design as well. Now part of the ultimate classicemulator gaming place on the web: www.classicgaming.com
- Roberto's Page
- Rubbertoe's page with Lotsa Links..
- Atari 2600 Home Page
- Home of the "Let's TradePhotocopies of Atari 2600 manuals!" -Archive.
Lotsa pictures too.
- Sean Kelly's Home Page
- Nice new lay-out! Sean makes Multi-Carts and has a lot for sale, along withthe Digital Press CD-ROM. Also info and pics.
- The Saltine's Web/Home Page
- Program an Atari Game! The Official Okie-Dokie Site! All here.
- Remembering the Atari 2600
- An Atari logo that will make you hallucinate, Scott's personal VCS stories, animage archive and more!
- Classic Atari Commercials
- I really laughed my ass of on this one! The Classic Commercials are in QuickTime format.They are courtesy of Tony Ramos. Be sure to check it out if you can afford a little download time.
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