"Virtual Atari History Museum"
Welcome to the Atari Historical Society's virtual Atari museum.
This site is the culmination of years of research and hardwork by enthusiasts
with the support of numerous former and current Atari employees and is
intended to provide images and information on all areas of Atari.
Our mission is the preservation of all things Atari (Its history, products
and knowledge.) This site provides information, images and personal
stories on all items produced by Atari as well as news and links to further
assist any and all individuals interested in learning more about the company
that helped to pioneer and shape many areas of Video Arcade Entertainment,
Home Consumer Electronics, Personal Computer Systems and much, much more...
Classic Computing & Gaming Events
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Use of images and information from this site is
forbidden without express written permission
from the webmaster and/or cowebmaster.
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