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 PostPost subject: Anyone heard of this site? (Conserning Atari)        Posted: Sat Mar 29, 2008 12:18 am 
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Hey all,


Well, my friends' mom and dad are big Atari people. I mean BIG. They have over 220 Atari games, along with 4 Atari 2600 and a 7800. 26 Different controllers to add to that. In addition, a NES (Nintendo Entertainment System, or Famicom in Japan) with ~16 controllers and over 100 games. 'nuff said.


Anyway, i remember reading about this site where they bought an Atari Warehouse and sell Atari's and games and accessories new. I believe they are based in San Francisco, USA. But, a Virus deleted my history (strange, along with my cookies) and i can't remember the site, If you have heard of it, could you please post the link? I and my friend would really appreciate it.


BTW they need a 7800 power cable, and want to buy more 7800 games =)

(the 220? oh, only 7 of those are 7800 games!)

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I am not sure, they seem like experts in the field of video games, there is a cart I am looking for, my cousins had a copy it was called 72 in 1 cartridge story, it had 72 unique games from many versions of tetris to Mario brothers to any Nintendo licensed game it was really cool.


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http://www.wolfecity.com/classic-atari/index.php

that is the best I can find of the original site... the domain classicatari.com has since been squatted, but it was owned by O'Shea's which DOES have a site at

http://www.oshealtd.com/atari.htm

good luck.


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wouldn't you just be able to use an universial adaptor? i had to when i was given a 2600


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