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Atari Vector Game Page

Vector Screenshots

Whats Up?

Basically this page only covers the 13 games that Atari manufactured using vector monitors (duh!).
On this page you will find Pinouts, DIP Switch Settings, Promo Flyer Scans, Monitor Schematics, Self Test info, Selected Operator's Manuals, Background History, Trivia, Other Links, Memory Maps, Serial Number info, Game Hacks, and ROM Images. Enjoy!!

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So anyway thanks for visiting and for all the comments, tell your friends.....
Questions, Comments, Images and problems can be sent to -->Jess Askey

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Lunar Lander Asteroids Battlezone
Red Baron Asteroids Deluxe Tempest
Space Duel Gravitar Black Widow
Quantum Star Wars Major Havoc
Empire Strikes Back Prototype Games

Need Parts?

Well Since the WMS buyout of Atari things are sort of messy right now. Apparently Technical Questions are still being answered by Atari in CA for now...the nuber there is (408)434-3700. Ask for customer service.
Parts questions and availability should be directed to the Williams Parts Dept. The number there is (773)961-1544.

Where can I get myself one of these??!!

Well there are many places to find them, mostly it depends on timing and luck. Some of these games were not produced in large numbers so naturally they will be harder to find. The first thing to do is to read all the relevant FAQ's at GameArchive: Video Game FAQ's. Microsoft's Arcade includes close versions of Asteroids, Battlezone, and Tempest. It is available at just about any software store. Many emulators exists for running these classics on your PC or MAC. Checkout MAME, the Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator. Happy Hunting!!

 
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