Category Archives: ATARI

Four Atari Adverts

Made for the UK market: three comic strip style Atari ads and a competition to win Atari consoles with Colgate toothpaste.


UK. Eagle. 1984.

UK. Eagle. 1984.


UK. Eagle. 1984.

UK. Eagle. 1984.


UK. ROTJ Weekly. 1983.

UK. ROTJ Weekly. 1983.


UK. Eagle. 1983.


 

 

ATARI

Classic video game brand Atari was founded in 1972 by Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney.  Atari is recognised as an industry pioneer of arcade games, video game consoles, and home computers. TVTA is pleased to present a selection of international adverts for Atari products.


US. Firestorm 81. 1989.

US. Firestorm 81. 1989.


US. Firestorm 24. 1984.

US. Firestorm 24. 1984.


UK. Eagle. 1983.

UK. Eagle. 1983.


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France. Pif Gadget. 1983.

France. Pif Gadget. 1983.


France. Pif Gadget. 1983.

France. Pif Gadget. 1983.


France. Pif Gadget. 1983.

France. Pif Gadget. 1983.


US. House of Mystery. 1983.

US. House of Mystery. 1983. Classic arcade game from 1982 developed by Warren Davis and Jeff Lee. Can you help Q*bert to alter the colours of the pyramid by making him hop from square to square and avoiding enemies along the way?


US. Weird War Tales. 1982.

US. Weird War Tales. 1982. “Frogger’s first challenge is to cross a highway where reckless hot rods hurtle by, and huge trucks go thundering in his path. Every safe jump in this maze of motor and metal is a crucial step home.”


US. The Defenders. 1983.

US. The Defenders. 1983.


USA. The Defenders 119. 1983.

USA. The Defenders 119. 1983.


USA. Power Man and Iron Fist 86. 1982.

USA. Power Man and Iron Fist 86. 1982.


US. The Warlord. 1983.

US. The Warlord. 1983. Tron arcade game based on the 1982 sci-fi film written and directed by Steven Lisberger, starring Jeff Bridges who plays a computer programmer trapped inside the software of a mainframe computer.


US. NightForce. 1983.

US. NightForce. 1983.


US. The Defenders. 1983.

US. The Defenders. 1983. This MATTELL ELECTRONICS arcade game was originally titled “Hamburger” and was renamed Burger Time for the USA market. The game featured PETER PEPPER as the busy chef, and was available to play on systems such as the ATARI 2600, COMMODORE 64, INTELLIVISION and others.


USA. Amethysts. 1984.

USA. Amethysts. 1984.


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France. Pif Gadget. 1984.


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France. Pif Gadget.


USA. Marvel Alpha Flight. 1984.

USA. Marvel Alpha Flight. 1984.


USA. The Defenders 1983.

USA. The Defenders 1983.


US. Legion of Superheros. 1984.

US. Legion of Superheros. 1984.


US. Legion of Superheroes. 1983.

US. Legion of Superheroes. 1983.


France. Pif Gadget. 1984.

France. Pif Gadget. 1984.


Brazil. Cebolinha. 1984.

Brazil. Cebolinha. 1984.


US. Starlog. 1983.

US. Starlog. 1983.