Awesome version of galaxian, I play it more often then the arcade version. 7800 Version is definitely the best.
44'th game is a "Stellar Track" by "Sears" themeselves. I red about it on: http://www.8-bitcentral.com/blog/2014/vgSelectionCenter.html
Wow, this is a really cool cart!
I have this and have photographed the case, manuals and cartridge if you need copies.
Notice what's written on the space shuttle on the label artwork?
Yeah, this pretty much confirms that Suntek and Taiwan Cooper Black are one in the same...
My favorite childhood game :D. I wish someone could update it so one could save the game. It is horribly repetitive and one can't even scratch one's nose without some random bird or goose killing me.
This might just be Bit Corp's "Open Sesame" due to the fact that Hertie's "Sesam Öffne Dich" uses the exact same artwork...
This is one of the best retro pinball games you'll find, a far cry from Atari's earlier Video Pinball. Despite being on what was already obsolete hardware, it looks and plays better than the majority of its 8-bit contemporaries. It does show the limitations of the 2600 in a few respects, the physics (although mostly pretty realistic) have a few obvious shortcuts, such as the way the ball bounces the same way whether you strike it mid-arc or just bounce it off the erected paddle. However, I never felt as though I had lost a ball through no fault of my own, nor did I feel like I was just racking up points with no effort, both of which were problems that plagued a lot of very early pinball video games. Personally, I prefer Midnight Magic to its most direct competitor, Nintendo's Pinball for NES. Although the Nintendo game is technically more advanced, Atari's programmers made clever use of the older console's capabilities as well as a more rewarding bonus system. If you're at all fond of pinball, this is totally worth your time.
Great classic. It does tend to turn a bit too repetitive a bit too quickly, but good fun when you have a few minutes to consume.
Atari 2600 version is the best of the three I tried (C64, Atari 800 and Atari 2600).
Always loved this game, and the computer AI was quite competitive. Disappointed it was never ported to the 8-bit.