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Test Drive... che videogioco pacco!

By Andrew Liszewski I think it's safe to say, without a shadow of a doubt, that the original Test Drive was the greatest 'driving around a mountain' simulator ever developed…

Atari Computer Demonstration Center, circa 1979

Atari Home Computers. I knew they made games, but not home computers. You mean I could've had a home computer way back then and didn't? That thing probably cost more than all the houses on my block!

Somewhere between LPs and CDs, Columbia House was hawking software and video games via a "club". Around 1983 Columbia House was offering Atari 2600 games as a video game club and a software club that offered Atari Home Computers, Colecovision & Adam, Apple, and Commodore 64 games.  Read more: http://www.8-bitcentral.com/blog/2014/columbiaHouse.html#ixzz2xMzcsGCG

Columbia House “Clubs” had everything from LPs & cassettes to video games & a branded Atari 2600 clone

Columbia House was selling software and video games via a club. Around 1983 Columbia House was offering Atari 2600 games as a video game club and a software club that offered Atari Home Computers, Colecovision & Adam, Apple, and Commodore 64 games.

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