|Not really a catalog, but a presentation of Activision: history, figures, marketing, development, cartridge manufacturing, etc.|
English - AG-940-05 - 1984
|Unusual, almost psychedelic looking catalog featuring various Activision games for several videogame and home computer systems.
English - AG-940-05 - 1983
|Winter/Spring 1984 edition featuring 11 VCS games and four games for the Atari 5200 and the Atari home computer.
|Flyer for the launch of the Atari 5200 in the UK.|
|Atari Club Christmas catalog presenting all kinds of collectible goodies from Atari, including the Astroscan 2001 with Image Erector and the shining 24kt gold electroplate I Love Atari jewelry with the bright red enamel heartthrob right in the middle (the perfect gift for the girl whose heart belongs to Atari).
English - CO 18270 REV. 1 - 1982
English - CO 18270 REV. 2 - 1982
English - CO21776 Rev. A - 1983
|Catalog in poster format featuring various Atari 5200 and Atari 2600 games and presenting both systems together with their controllers. Notice the announcement of the unreleased RealSports Basketball, Donald Duck's Speed Boat and Dumbo's Flying Circus and the Sneak Previews of the also never released Good Luck, Charlie Brown and Miss Piggy's Wedding in the Atari 2600 section.
English - CO24998-001 Rev.A1 - 1984
|1984 Olympic Merchandise Catalog.|
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".|
| Summer 1983 edition, featuring 10 games for the VCS, including the never released Kickman, Targ and Wings. A slightly altered version of Targ was later released as Universal Chaos by Telegames.|