|Catalog very similar to the M Network catalogs featuring 18 games for the VCS, including Quest for Quintana Roo and Glacier Patrol (which was never released by Sunrise Software). Notice that Dark Cavern is now called Night Stalker and that Adventures of Tron is now called Adventures on GX-12. The announced BurgerTime was most probably never released by Telegames.
|Only known catalog from Telesys feauturing 6 games for the 2600. Notice the announcement of never released educational and productivity software on the Coming Soon page.|
|This catalog features ten VCS games, including two games that were never released: Intuition and Scraper Caper (a new game in the Bounty Bob series). |
|This catalog features five VCS games, including the extremely rare River Patrol.|
|This catalog features eight VCS games, including the extremely rare River Patrol. |
|This rare German catalog features eight VCS games, of which Springer and River Patrol are announced for Fall 1983. It also invites you to join the Tiger-Club.|
|German Teldec catalog, featuring various games from Tigervision, Carrere Video and SEGA. Also advertized are the Power-Stick and the Joyboard from Amiga. Notice the German interpretations of some of the Carrere Video games: Gopher is called Vorsicht Wühlmaus!|
|This catalog features seven VCS games, including the extremely rare River Patrol.|
|German Teldec catalog, featuring three games from SEGA. Also advertized are the Power-Stick and the Joyboard from Amiga.|
Unimex 1984 catalog, featuring eight Spectravision titles and seven Starpath Corporation titles. It also announces two new Spectravision titles (Gas Hog and Bumper Bash) and five new Starpath titles (including Survival Island and Sword of Saros).
Unimex 1983 catalog, featuring nine Spectravision titles (including the never released Glactic Tactic) and seven Starpath Corporation titles.
|This catalog introduces five new videogames from Video Gems for the VCS.|