Glitchfinder - 01/07/2018
Oh my... this confirms my fears, and opens up a whole host of possible conspiracies between Atari and the Chinese.
All of these games are the same as on this http://atariboxed.com/index.php?go=detail&modul_refnumber=1627 and even the title font is the same. What this likely means is that Atari, in their transition from producing Game Cartridges in El Paso to Hong Kong, made a deal with the devil: they would let this Chinese printer clone/steal all of its games with impunity (and sell then anywhere but North America) in return for producing cartridges for quite cheap. 2600 Compatible and Silver cartridges could have been molded from the same plastic in the same factory! I bet that if you melted it down and chemically analyzed it, it would be a perfect match! This isn't so outlandish when you consider how Tax Avoiders was created to dupe investors. Or how the makers of the Dendy, a Russian "Clone" of the Famicom, became the official distributors of the SNES in Russia.
It's a real box alright. The cart itself is common, I saw hundreds of those at Atari, Slough, UK, the box is a different matter, pretty rare.
MarkTheMorose - 25/03/2016
I think this is a PAL-only release. From memory, it was supplied as a bundle with some 2600 Jr's. I don't know if it ever was boxed, or if the scanned box shown is a mock-up. The artwork shows Mario Bros characters, but that game isn't on the cart.
Glitchfinder - 24/03/2013
$!#%#\?! How did nobody notice this box features Cooper Black Font lettering?
It even has the cheap crappy mishmash artwork typical of bootlegs!
The origin of this cart is very mysterious. <_<