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In , Ultravision was promoting a product that was supposed to be a TV, game console, and personal computer in one hybrid device. While there continues to be a battle going on between Coke and Pepsi now, the s and 80s were filled with a promotional war between the soda giants. His kids played it a couple times over the years, but it had been sitting among a collection of other boxes Atari games for a couple decades in storage. Air Raid was long considered to be a pirate cartridge from South America because of its unusual case and scanline count. In the letter he mentions being flattered that anybody would pay attention to these games anymore.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} He was also in contact with the original developer and was open to sharing royalties. Some were later convinced it was indeed a US release from a small LA-based operation. He hinted that he might have units in storage, but it would be hard to dig out. There has only been one or two boxes copies showing up. There are no solid publication estimates, but there about 23 known copies with about 10 found in the last five years including all five known boxed units circulating compared to the one or two of Birthday Mania or Red Sea Crossing mentioned below. This was due to the excitement over the title at the time and its relative rarity compared to other games on this list. Even in the early days of the console business, there were times that a game got pushed aside by a publisher and developers go indie to sell their creations. Instead, the plot follows Sir Robert Whittenbottom as he runs the gauntlet of an ancient tribe in an attempt to prove his manhood and join the tribe. Gammation, headed up by programmer, Robert L. Instead of waves of aliens being fended off, the player must shoot invading letters that say PEPSI, as well as a flying Pepsi logo that replaced the flying saucer at the top of the screen. It is the rarest of the Sears Telegames variants and the cartridge alone can fetch a few thousand dollars. Also, in , Mr. You can read more about how we value Gamma Attack and other super-rare titles in this extra guide. Even though it was supposedly designed with the help of black belt Joseph Amelio, it is considered one of the worst games in the Atari library. In this special release, the gameplay is much faster, the scoring system has been slightly altered from the original, and enemy ships are worth far less points than the original version. He produced it with colorful, original artwork to prevent confusion and potential fraud. Classifications of some of the games on this list can be tricky, but the Ultravision Karate release might be the rarest and most valuable licensed retail cartridge on the Atari While Nintendo eventually created some valuable game collectibles via tournament cartridges see the NES and SNES Rare and Valuable guides , Atari publisher, Imagic was an early innovator in providing their gamer community with a special tournament version of the port of their popular shooter, Atlantis. The Loch Ness Monster can also be found hiding in various undersea caves, and will hunt the player down if disturbed. It was distributed to the executive levels of Coca-Cola at a sales conversion, so there are believed to have only ever been of these games, at most. This previously-unknown cartridge was first discovered in October of All four of the known, confirmed copies including the one prototype are either in the possession of the Personal Computer Museum of Canada or in the hands of the original programmer, Herman Quast. It is often difficult to define the most valuable video games in the collecting community when most of the top candidates have a bit of mystery to their production numbers and methods. The point of the game is to grab as many diamonds as possible without letting the shark get you. The game software remains consistent through all the Ultravision and Froggo Games releases. There have been a number of fan-made labels designed for the cartridges over the years. If the shark does get you, he eats you, just as he eats any diamonds he comes into contact with. Partnering with Good Deal Games, the Museum produced authorized but limited edition reproductions that were shipped in December of The funds were used to support the Personal Computer Museum. One is a more traditional black square cartridge case while another has a T-shaped handle. Esken rebooted the Gammation brand to work on selling official re-releases of the game in limited quantities. The company lost significant money on the game and no resources were kept. The player must fly around in their aircraft, launching missiles at enemy ships. Be sure to study this list and keep it handy as you might be encounter one in your collection or in your game hunting routines. Both of these variations are roughly worth the same, and of course, the Ultravision box holds significant value as well if you ever find one. In the early days pinball, arcades, and video games had associations with gambling and corrupting children see the pinball ban in NYC in the s. Does anyone remember the Pepsi Challenge? Years after the game was discovered but before the game was sold it was discovered that Red Sea Crossing was advertised in the October 7, issue of Christianity Today. Since , Gamma Attack has gone from mysterious legend to something that has become much more substantial and obtainable. Because of the rarity of certain games, only a few elite collectors are able to even get close to building a complete collection for the iconic Atari console. In the game, two children must collect the Fruits of the Spirit that fall from the Music Machine in a basket, then grab a heart to move to the next level. You can watch them dig it back out right here. The cartridge was sold with a three-folded manual sheet, but no box is known. This game was the only video game release by Sparrow and a Music Machine LP was released at the same time which contained several inspirational songs which could be listened to at the same time. The museum contacted Mr. This title has nothing to do with the later action RPG series Atari would release. Waves are continuous, though scores are tabulated so players can compete against themselves. With more copies of Air Raid surfacing these last 5 years, Gauntlet stands as rarer than Air Raid in both loose and boxed form. The game was mail-order only from Answer Software and was not contained in a box, instead coming in a foam case. Cubicolor was developed by Rob Fulop during his days at Imagic. Quast who donated one of his personal copies to the Museum for dumping of the ROM and for presentation. DeNardo picked it up in a large lot of games from somebody his brother knew. We based this quote at Mr. With more recent sales of Air Raid and the rise of collecting over the last decade, Birthday Mania could possibly fetch 2 to 3 times the amount of that offer. Another museum volunteer knew somebody that also had a copy and it was arranged to be donated to the museum and not sold. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Due to its vintage and the bizarre state of the video game industry in the late s and early s, the Atari library boasts some of the most common and affordable cartridges, as well as some of the rarest and most valuable games ever released. There are some nicely-designed ones showing up frequently as reproductions on eBay , etsy, etc. The player could run around or leap over various obstacles, and could survive multiple hits before finally succumbing to wounds. He initially thought it may have been a random homebrew game, but he asked about it over at AtariAge Forums to get more information. The game also includes a three-minute timer to test player skill. If more units would surface and go up for sale, we might see these valuations rise. There was only a handful of cartridges produced and sales failed to materialize. Much like Red Sea Crossing, The Music Machine was a religious-themed title, but instead of mail-order, it was only available through Christian bookstores. We have been building out this guide over the last ten years and have recently been talking with some of these elite collectors to refine the ranking of the games and trying to provide the most accurate pricing possible. Read our guide on how to tell the difference between an original Atlantis cartridge and a rare Atlantis II cartridge It is unknown who won the competition, but some of the original contestants still have the Atlantis II cartridge. Of course, now you can also occasionally find unauthorized reproductions of the game on eBay. Without the lone known original copy changing hands or other mystery copies surfacing, it is hard to place a value on it. Some Lochjaw games still lingered at places like Kay-Bee in their bargain bins as late as — even after Shark Attack was already in the hand of gamers. The addition of the box to complete the collectors piece is where the true rarity and value lays. The dilemma is made especially evident in the case of Gamma Attack for the The game was published in by Gammation, a company that had previously developed a couple of rapid-fire adapters for the Atari system. Some factors in the higher value include having a better condition of the label and a bit more mainstream press. Despite the challenges in tracking down some of the gems contained in this list, it is entirely possible to stumble on treasures yourself by chance. Easily the rarest educational game ever made, as well as one of the rarest cartridges for the Atari The players are challenged with math questions in order to help Eli climb a ladder back to his ship so he can fly to the moon. The true rarity that belongs on this list is the original Ultravision releases. Each cartridge was signed and numbered by Rob. Others argue that the suspicious re-use of code from Space Jockey, absence of advertising, and lacking grammar and punctuation point to it being a Taiwanese hack sold in the States. It stated in an awkward way, but you can read more about this interesting development in our full backstory of Gamma Attack. Esken, Jr. This is the original release of the game Shark Attack, put out before Apollo changed the name due to a pending lawsuit of copyright infringement for the film Jaws. According the the magazine advertisements, the game was supposed to come with a coloring book and an audio tape, but we have yet to see any of those items surface. It is estimated that there were about of the Birthday Mania units produced, with only 10 sold and possibly only a couple surviving the intervening decades that the community is aware of. While working in the video game department of a drug store in California in the early 80s, he was given a copy Air Raid to sell by a visiting sales rep. See artwork. For the record, it would be interesting to see Gamma Attack or Birthday Mania or even a boxed Ultravision Karate change hands just so we can see how they compare. Not to be confused with the notorious E. To this day, there have only been the two cartridges of Red Sea Crossing that have surfaced. In fact, many of the the games in this list were discovered in unlikely places and without unusual effort. It should be noted, prices vary based on condition and completeness of the title. The first cartridge found and donated to the museum was actually a prototype. However, due to this lower sale price, we are lowering our price range for this game. He offered the cartridge back to the sales rep, but he simply told him to keep it. On a side note, it is interesting to see this AtariAge thread from earlier in where Atari fans had a hard time wanting to pay even a small premium for a text color variation.