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    Donkey Kong [Early Production] Wata 7.0 NS Atari 2600 Coleco 1982. It is important to note that with a lot of early Atari games there was never a plastic seal, such as with this game. The box lid was glued down instead, which allowed for the use of the cardboard hangtab. A blast from the past back when Mario and Donkey Kong were definitely not pals, and Peach wasn't even in the picture! This video game for the Atari 2600 is from one of the earliest production runs of the title, which was ported from the iconic 1981 Nintendo arcade game. Later copies were produced by Atari, rather than Coleco. Even though Mario and DK seem to be on much better terms these days, it's hard not to love an arcade coin-op classic like this one.

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