7800

Atari 7800 Catalogs

Publisher
Language
Atari Activision (USA)  catalog
Activision (USA)
English - 1982
Not really a catalog, but a presentation of Activision: history, figures, marketing, development, cartridge manufacturing, etc.
Atari Activision (USA) AZ-940-00 catalog
Activision (USA)
English - AZ-940-00 - 1984
Black & white catalog, featuring 12 VCS and Atari 7800 games and announcing Kung-Fu Master for a Summer 1984 release.
Atari Atari (Italy)  catalog
Atari (Italy)
Italian
Italian catalog, featuring 12 titles for the VCS and many titles for several other Atari systems.
Atari Atari (UK) Games Catalogue catalog
Atari (UK)
English - Games Catalogue - 1989
Atari Atari (USA)  catalog
Atari (USA)
English - 1989
This catalog opens like a poster. It features 16 Atari 2600, 21 Atari 7800 games and 16 games for the Atari XE. Also included is an Atari Club membership coupon.
Atari Atari (USA)  catalog
Atari (USA)
English - 1986
Brochure presenting the Atari 520 ST, the Atari 65XE, the Atari 65XE, the Atari 7800 and the Atari 2600.
Atari Atari (USA)  catalog
Atari (USA)
Spanish - 1991
Spanish pricelist from 1991, featuring 36 games for the Atari 2600.
Atari Atari (USA) C026326 Rev. A catalog
Atari (USA)
English - C026326 Rev. A - 1986
Flyer presenting 4 Atari 2600 games and 12 Atari 7800 games.
Atari Atari (USA) C034003 Rev. A catalog
Atari (USA)
English - C034003 Rev. A - 1987
This catalog opens like a poster. Three systems are showcased (2600, 7800 and XE) with matching games. It also lists titles available from third-party publishers for the XE.
Atari Atari (USA) CO25618-001 Rev. A catalog
Atari (USA)
English - CO25618-001 Rev. A - 1984
This catalog opens like a poster. Three systems are showcased (2600, 5200 and 7800) with matching games. Most of the Coming Soon titles never saw the light of day, such as Dr. Salk's "Peek-A-Boo", Elevator Action, Garfield, The Last Starfighter for the 2600 and Rescue on Fractalus! for the 7800. The last page of the catalog features a description and a picture of the unreleased MindLink accessory for the 2600 and 7800 that would allow you to control games by sending "electronic impulses from your brain to the game console".
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