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    Pitfall! - Wata 9.4 A Sealed [1982 Dark Green Box, Early Production], 2600 Activision 1982 USA. This is a fantastic Signature auction for Pitfall!, one of the key games in the Atari 2600 library. The dark green color of the box is an indication this example is from an early production run, so it will be interesting to see which copy brings the biggest sum. The second best-selling video game for the Atari 2600 (after Pac-Man) at more than 4 million copies sold, Pitfall! is credited with creating the side-scrolling platformer genre. While it doesn't truly scroll (the action abruptly shifts from screen to screen), it did pave the way for games like Super Mario Bros. and Sonic the Hedgehog. Designed by David Crane, Pitfall! spawned several sequels, including Pitfall II: Lost Caverns for the 2600.


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    October, 2021
    29th-31st Friday-Sunday
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