Video Game Ads
Letters A to G
(currently there are 63 different ads)

Here is the first group of classic game ads.  I broke them down into three categories due to the amount of ads I have and hope to add in the future.   Click to the left or below to go to the ad you want to see.  I put a brief description of each ad, so you can determine if you want to see it.

Activision -See what the critics think of the first and one of the best third party companies.

Amidar - A cute little ad about a game that was mostly overlooked.  A Pepper II clone at best.

Astrocade - Finally, an ad for the Bally Astrocade!  Not the best ad, but at least it is finally part of our ads!

Astrocade #2 - Another ad for the Bally Astrocade!  Woo Hoo!

Astro Chase - It is mostly words, but there are not alot of ads for Astrocade games, so enjoy it!

Atari 2600 #1 - One guess why the Atari 2600 is #1?  Give you a hint, its not the woodgrain.

Atari 2600 Comparing - Not so much a comparison as it is the games that only Atari has.

Atari 5200 - There was so much text, that I made this one bigger, so be prepared for a load.  But it is a fun read!

Atari Safari - Here was an Atari contest that involved Kangaroo and Jungle Hunt!

Atarian Club - Here is an ad for people wanting to join the Atarian Club.  Don't send money as that club is gone.

Atarisoft - Kids can be so cruel!   Fear not, Atari will save the day!

Battlezone - Want to be a real pro at Battlezone?  Read this ad and take notes!

BC Quest For Tires - Very nice and colorful ad!  If you like the BC comic strip, this would make a nice poster.

Beamrider - This is actually an ad for Beamrider and Dreadnaught Factor.  Really cool ad, I even made it a bit bigger so you can read the type (I am jinxing myself as everytime I say that, it ends up looking terrible).

Bermuda Triangle - A very colorful ad!   If only the game were as good.

Blockade Runner - Looks alot like a scene from an old Flash Gordon serial.  

Blueprint - Another ad with alot of text and small images.  Get the magnifying glass out.

Buck Rogers - Is a pretty nice looking ad.  Gotta give credit where it is due.

Bump n Jump - First you bump, then you jump!  Good old Mattel Electronics and their ads.

Bump n Jump 2 - Much nicer ad than the generic one above.  Gotta like the line that goes with it, very clever!

Burgertime - Very colorful and would make a neat t-shirt.  Peter Pepper in all his glory!

Burgertime 2 - This time we get to see a live action version of Peter Pepper.  Boy did he get old!

Burgertime 3 - Alot like the other ads.

Cardapter - Here is a device to play Atari 2600 games on the Vic 20 computer!  Pretty cool!

CBS - See the lineup of games from CBS for the Atari 5200!  A very (and I do mean very) colorful ad!

Centipede - Atari takes you for a dummy.  Do you get more points for shooting the Centipede head or the body?  Let me think about that one.

China Syndrome - It's gonna blow!  You better hurry up or we will be up to our eyeballs in mutant bugs!

Chopper Command - Inspired by Superman, this is a clever ad from Activision.

Colecovision - You may want to grab a soda while this loads as it is a two pager.  See Coleco hawking more vaporware with the Super Game Module.

Coleco 2600 - Ad for the Coleco games that were ported to the Atari 2600. 

Colecovision Super Action Controller - Nice ad for a controller that was ahead of its time.

Coleco Tabletops - Remember these mini arcade machines?  Well, here is an ad with four of them.

Commavid - Mines of Minos, Room of Doom and more rare carts featured in this ad!

Congo Bongo - He dies and yet he smiles.  What is his secret?   My guess is one too many hits in the head with a coconut.

Cosmic Creeps - Up and away!  Cute little ad that ran along the side of the page.

Crypts of Chaos - Very scary looking dragon adorns this ad for one of my favorite 2600 games.

Data Age - Cool ad for a really bad record (I know, I once owned it).  Maybe one day I will have the record playing as you look at it.

Star Wars Death Star Battle - All the Star Wars ads were nice and this one continued the trend.

Decathalon - Activision's attempt at flashy ads.  This along with Pitfall II try to elevate the video game ad.   Do they succeed?  You be the judge.

Decathalon #2 - How can you not want to play a game that is endorsed by Mr. Wheaties himself, Bruce Jenner?  

Dig Dug - This is a tip I never knew. Of course I was never into the points in Dig Dug, I just wanted to see how many different vegetables there were.

Dig Dug #2 - Another ad for the classic game.  This one is very nice.

Dragonfire - If you can't stand the heat, don't play the game!  Scorch!!!!!

Dungeons & Dragons - A very nice ad with a very ferocious looking dragon!

Enduro - You wouldn't think they were a little proud of this game, would you?

Enduro Pace Car - Play the game, win a car!  Pretty cool indeed!

Fathom - Not just an ad, but also a game!  See how many tridents you can find.

Fire Fighter - See the poor kid who got singed.   His hair looks like someone from Flock of Seagulls.

Frogger #1 -Sure the Frogger ads were simple and to the point, but so was the game.

Frogger #2 - Isn't Frogger cute?   Those big eyes, that innocent smile.  Just makes you want to help the poor bugger home.

Frogger #3 - The basic ad designed that was also used for Q*Bert and Popeye. 

Frogger II - This is one ad I remember vividly from my youth.  It made me want this game like you wouldn't believe!

Frostbite - You may not think Polar Bears look so cuddly after this ad. 

Galaxian - Here is a quick game lesson from Atari.  Pay attention!

Game Cartoon Ad - Remember all these classic game cartoons?  I unfortunately don't.   Anyone have a tape?

Game Club - We all know about the record and movie clubs, but how many of you remember the game club?

Gameline - Know how they made a big deal about the Sega game cable?  Well, Atari had them beat by a long shot!

Game Mate - Remote control joysticks for the Atari?  Here they are!

G.A.M.E.S. - I originally put this ad in so you could see how much a Vectrex cost back then.  You may have to squint to make out the prices.

Game Resale - This ad just makes me want to laugh!  Sad thing is that it probably worked.

Game Selex - Why keep putting carts in and out, when you could spend an ungodly amount of money on this contraption?

GI Joe - Get all the way through and you could win a nifty cap!  Sounds like a plan!

Great Wall Street Fortune Hunt - One of the longest titles for a video game, this unique game has a very eye catching ad.  Sure it looks alot like the box cover, but if its not broke, why fix it?

 

 

 

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