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GCC : Our Games

Here were the new games Atari was showing off at this show. Most were developed by GCC.

Top row: Millipede (ours), Joust (ours, in fact mine), Dig Dug (ours), Jungle Hunt (don't remember), Moon Patrol (don't remember), Pengo (not us), Crystal Castle (not us), Donkey Kong Junior (don't remember), Mario Brothers (not us), Robotron (ours).

Middle Row: Millipede (ours), Joust (ours), Dig Dug (ours), Mario Brothers (not ours), ??? (not ours), Xevious (ours), Berserk (ours), Baseball (not ours), Pole position (ours), Jungle Hunt (don't remember), moon patrol (don't remember), Choplifter (ours), Pengo (not ours), Robotron (ours).

Bottom Row: Millipede (ours), Xevious (ours), Jungle Hunt (don't remember), Kangaroo (don't remember), Mario Brothers (not ours), Taz (not ours), Dig Dug (ours), moon patrol (don't remember), Pole position (ours), Joust (ours), Battlezone (ours).

Posted by Steven at May 24, 2005 08:46 PM

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5200 games:
1.Millipede (ours)Steve Crandall,
2.Joust (ours),
3.Dig Dug (ours),
4.Mario Brothers (not ours)Bob Merrell,
5.Kangaroo (not ours)***(there is a picture of this one on the wall of GCC,
6.Xevious (ours)***(Are you sure?)Jim Huether,
7.Berserk (ours),
8.Baseball (not ours)Keithen Hayenga,
9.Pole position (ours),
10.Jungle Hunt (don't remember)***Allen Merrell (Atari),
11.Moon Patrol (don't remember)Scott Smith (Programmer), Courtney Granner (Graphics), Robert Vieria (Sound) (Atari),
12.Choplifter (ours)Dan Gorlin,
13.Pengo (not ours)Sean W.Hennessy,
14.Robotron (ours)***Are you sure? Judy Bogart.

Posted by: Allan Bushman at October 6, 2008 06:29 PM

I can clear up some of these:

Millipede for the computer and the 5200 was written by Steve Crandall of Atari. The 2600 version was written by Dave Staugas of Atari. GCC did make a version of Millipede for the 2600, but Atari decided to release their version instead.

Posted by: Ken Van Mersbergen at October 7, 2008 09:36 AM

I know that the 5th one is Kangaroo on the middle row.

Posted by: Alan at October 7, 2008 10:51 AM

Did General Computer program the Pac-man port for the 5200? Just curious.

Posted by: jeremiah black at March 9, 2009 07:03 AM

We did Ms. Pac-Man - I don't recall a port of Pac Man.

Posted by: Steve at March 9, 2009 07:49 AM

I think the bottom row are 2600 carts. Noelie (sp?) Alito and I did Moon Patrol. Didn't Mike Feinstein do Jungle Hunt?

Carlos Smith did a great job on the 7800 Robotron, it was an awesome port.

Posted by: Mark A. at February 3, 2014 10:01 PM