ATARIGAMES.COM

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GCC was founded in 1981 during the onset of the video game craze. C.E.O. Kevin Curran and MIT classmates Doug Macrae, John Tylko, Chris Rode, Steve Golson and Mike Horowitz began by developing an enhancement for Atari’s “Missile Command” and went on to create “Ms. Pac Man”, still one of the top-selling coin-operated video games in history. Between 1982 and 1984, GCC developed a total of 58 consumer electronics products that generated over $800 million in revenue for Atari and Bally Manufacturing.

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I finally had a chance to add a web store to the site.   Click on the 'SHOP' Tab, at the top of the page,  to see our selection of reproduction T-Shirts, parts and graphics.

 

 

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Here is a short interview with Greg Rivera, who was one of the programmers on the Star Wars project.  Here he describes the new innovations that went into the game.

 

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I finally dug my SUN Kangaroo prototype out of storage.  This is the game that SUN shipped to Atari for conversion into the American Market.  You can see the hand drawn artwork on the control panel.  This came from an ex-Atari employee who worked on the project.  It's currently not working.

 

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In the 1990's, Atari was trying to branch out into the simulator market.  One of the products they created was this Police Training Simulator.  This unit was marketed under the AGS name.