Atari 2600 VCS Catalogs

Publisher
Language
Atari M Network / Mattel Electronics 0007-4290 catalog
M Network / Mattel Electronics
English - 0007-4290 - 1982
This catalog features 11 games, including four to be released titles: International Soccer, Dark Cavern, Tron Deadly Discs and Sea Battle (which was never released).
Atari M Network / Mattel Electronics 0007-4290A catalog
M Network / Mattel Electronics
English - 0007-4290A - 1982
This catalog also features 11 games, including four to be released titles: International Soccer, Dark Cavern, Tron Deadly Discs and Sea Battle (which was never released).
Atari M Network / Mattel Electronics 0151-0050 catalog
M Network / Mattel Electronics
English - 0151-0050 - 1982
Two changes compared to the last edition: the logo color and the screenshot for International Soccer.
Atari M Network / Mattel Electronics 0151-0920 catalog
M Network / Mattel Electronics
English - 0151-0920 - 1982
Most probably M Network's last catalog for the 2600, featuring 14 games. New titles in this catalog are Adventures of Tron, Air Raiders, Burgertime, and Star Strike. Burgertime is listed as Coming Soon on the last page, with a mocked up screenshot.
Atari Mystique / American Multiple Industries  catalog
Mystique / American Multiple Industries
English - 1982
Extremely rare Australian black & white catalog from Mystique, featuring 6 'adult' games for the VCS.
Atari Other  catalog
Other
English
Funny catalog from a company called Garden & Green, presenting the Video Fitness System that lets your body "talk" to computers to control the action on screen. According to the flyer, the VFS offers results and not just glitter.
Atari Other #52 catalog
Other
English - #52 - 1990
1990 catalog from the infamous Pleasant Valley Video, run by Jim Redd in Ohio. Notice the huge amount of never released VCS titles: A-Team, Cave-In, Cubicolor, Donald Duck's Speedboat, Dukes of Hazzard, Dumbo's Flying Circus, Frog Pond, Grover's Music Maker, Incredible Hulk, Kyphus, Ladybug, Lord of the Rings, Meltdown, Off Your Rocker, Pogo Man, S.A.C. Alert, Sinistar, Splendour, Surf's Up, Sweat, Turbo, Wings and Xevious.
Atari Parker Brothers (Canada)  catalog
Parker Brothers (Canada)
English - 1982
Featuring nine Parker games for the VCS. Notice that the picture on the Star Wars - Jedi Arena box differs from the one in the final release.
Atari Parker Brothers (France)  catalog
Parker Brothers (France)
French - 1982
Rare French catalog from Parker Brothers featuring 15 VCS games, including two games that were never released: Star Wars - Return of the Jedi - Ewok Adventure (also called Return of the Jedi II in this catalog) and The Lord of the Rings - Journey to Rivendell. Notice that the picture on the box of Popeye differs completely from the one in the final release and that Star Wars - Return of the Jedi - Death Star Battle is also called Return of the Jedi I in this catalog. Also notice the early presence of The Incredible (hairy) Hulk and secret agent James Bond 007 on the front cover.
Atari Parker Brothers (France)  catalog
Parker Brothers (France)
French
French catalog featuring 17 games for the VCS, including three titles that were never released: The Incredible Hulk, Star Wars - Return of the Jedi - Ewok Adventure and The Lord of the Rings - Journey to Rivendell. Notice that James Bond 007 is still called James Bond 007 - As seen in Octopussy and that the picture on the box of Popeye differs from the one in the final release.
Atari Parker Brothers (Germany)  catalog
Parker Brothers (Germany)
German
German catalog featuring six games for the Atari 2600. Notice that the pictures on the boxes of Spider-Man, Super Cobra and Amidar differ from the ones in the final releases.
Atari Parker Brothers (Germany)  catalog
Parker Brothers (Germany)
German
German catalog featuring seven games for the Atari 2600. Notice that the pictures on the boxes of Super Cobra differs from the ones in the final release.
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