Andrew Davie

2003 AtariAge Holiday Cart

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2003

The 2003 Holiday GreetingCart was part of a promotion in the AtariAge Store during the 2003 holiday sale. The Holiday GreetingCart is an Atari 2600 cartridge with a unique, holiday-themed label created by artist Dave Exton. When plugged into an Atari 2600, the cartridge displays a rendition of the same image, courtesy of Interleaved ChronoColour(tm) technology. These carts were individually numbered and there were only two ways of getting one: By placing an order of $50 or more in the AtariAge Store, or by participating in the 2003 AtariAge Holiday GreetingCart Contest and winning one for...

Bop'n Rumble

Bop'n Rumble

Commodore 64 - 1987

You, the Underwear Man, just really want to go home unhurriedly from your boxing training . But obviously, everyone wants to beat you up today. This goes from people with bats over gorillas gone wild, dogs in need of love, bomb dropping midgets, 4 meter basket ball players, beer belly guys, karate fighters to crazy motorcyclists. You cannot put up with that and as you have just trained your square-shouldered, athletically built, brown(pink)-tanned body, you will show the inhabitants of Melbourne (that is where everything takes place). And you also have your special tricks up your sleeve....

Boulder Dash

Boulder Dash

Atari 2600 - Homebrew - 2012

Following the recent release of their amazing Boulder Dash® playable demo, programmers Andrew Davie and Thomas Jentzsch, in association with publishers AtariAge and First Star Software, Inc, are very excited to announce that the original game in the Boulder Dash® series, Boulder Dash® Volume 1, will be available for purchase, exclusively from the AtariAge Store, in time for Christmas 2011! Andrew Davie and Thomas Jentzsch have been working on this Atari 2600 port of Boulder Dash® for almost a decade. Together these two Atari 2600 veterans have used their insight and sophisticated knowledge...

Street Hassle

Street Hassle

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

The player plays the character Duke Davis, who goes from stage to stage beating up gangsters that get in his way, dressed in a yellow tank top, sunglasses, and yellow pants. He is described as a former punk rocker and the "world's coolest" martial artist. Before the start of the next stage, quotes are introduced to entertain the player (such as "Never trouble trouble until trouble troubles you"). The player fights a variety of enemies, such as gorillas and old ladies who throw pocketbooks at the player (resembling weightlifter dwarves who throw dumbbells at the player). Moves include the...

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