Here you can see what items recently have been added to the collection.
December 10th, 2018
New additions to the collection: Happy Music manual (thanks Freddy!), Atari t-shirt (€ 7 at Primark), Advanced Programming Techniques book and Ghostbusters tape, Ufos/Blitschnell tape, Mr. Robot tape and Invasion tape (thanks Andreas!). The Invasion tape by Argus Press is very rare. Almost no information can be found on the net. We will dump this tape for the a8preservation project.
November 18th, 2018
New additions to the collection: Many thanks to Freddy Offenga who payed a visit yesterday! I received: 2 Atari caps and an Atari jacket. These items were bought by him at the Atari Messe in Germany in 1993. In the second picture: an aftermarket Atari bag and the Silly Venture energy drink 2018.
November 7th, 2018
Airline (German Ariolasoft game), Juggles House, Pengon (original Microdeal tape, not the Dixons release), Dog Daze and Gomoku. Thanks Andreas Koch!
October 27th, 2018
I did a very nice swap with Freddy Offenga 🙂 Thank you very much Freddy! For the Atari 8-bit: Pitstop (cart), Gateway to Apshai (cart), Peanut Butter Panic (cart), Jumpman Junior (cart), Alpha Shield (cart), Pacific Coast Highway (tape), Smash Hits 6 (tape), Monster Smash (tape), Ghostchaser (tape), For Apocalypse (tape), Montezuma’s Revenge (tape), Polar Pierre (tape), Caverns of Khafka (tape)and the Worm in Paradise (tape). Plus a Dutch Club catalogue and the Dutch manual of the home computer version of Ms. Pac Man.
Another big thank you to Andreas Koch! He has donated for the Atari 8-bit: Adventure Creator (cart), Diamonds, Krazy Kopter, Super Zaxxon, laura, Submarine Commander, Spy Hunter, Seeschlacht and Strippoker (cassette tapes).
A big thank you to Nir Dary for donating the Dutch software package of Calamus (Atari ST), a big thank you to Adam Russel for sending me the Dixons pack version of Special Delivery (Atari 8-bit) and a big thank you to Andre Huijts for getting me the Action! Reference Manual (Atari 8-bit).
September 7th, 2018
A very big thank you (again!) to Andreas Koch. Thanks to him, I can add these titles to the collection: Avalanche (APX), Attack of the Mutant Camels (Llamasoft budget release), Basil the great mouse detective (tape), Bug Attack (tape), Knock Out (Anco release), River Rally (Red rat tape) and the cassette tape version of Silicon Dreams.
August 10th, 2018
New additions to the collection (Thanks Vidar!): Conversational German (now the set of all conversational packages is complete!), Strippoker, Mailing list, First steps and Super Huey for the Atari 8-bit. Plus the last 5 issues published by Page 6 (now I only need nrs. 1,2,3,4 and 6).
July 30th, 2018
Another great parcel from Steve Green arrived today! The two 7800 cartridges in the picture I bought myself, but look what Steve sent me: 3 Atari calculators, the SLMC804 interface brand new in box (i had a loose one), a GFA basic book, two great boxed 2600 games and last, but not least, Blue Thunder on cassette tape!!! I was looking for that one for ages! Thank you Steve!
July 10th, 2018
Many thanks to Andreas Koch (again!). What is (o.a.) in this picture: Sun Star German release by Ariolasoft, Mr Dig with the original tape (NOT the Dixons rerelease), Computer Kran a German tape release and Künstler which is the German release of Artist.
July 7th, 2018
Many thanks to Andreas Koch for sending me these great Atari 8-bit cassette tapes including the German release of Richard Petty’s Talladega 🙂
June 29th, 2018
New additions to the collection: 3 French Atari Magazines (thanks Emmanuel!), Spy vs Sy 2 disk, Spindizzy tape and a (really) tiny Atari programming book from the UK 🙂
June 14th, 2018
A very big thank you to my buddy Steve Green for sending me all this stuff! Yars Revenge, Outlaw, Casino and Flag Capture for the 2600, a boxed CX40 joystick, 4 IO Magazines, a Steve Green original joystick clock, Smash Hits 2, Nursery Rhymes and Football Manager on tape for Atari 8-bit. And take a look at the second picture, Steve managed to get the author of Football Manager to sign the tape for me!!!
May 17th, 2018
A very big thank you to Ayo Jagt for donating Synthworks anf F16 Combat Pilot for the Atari ST. Also added to the collection: Centipede PAL ’88, Galaxian red label, Realsports Soccer and Vanguard for the Atari 2600.
May 11th, 2018
Today I received a big envelope from Jan Klaver with these great official Dutch Atari flyers from the eighties! And Abbuc Magazine 132 is in the picture too 🙂
May 2nd, 2018
Pogotron on cassette tape for the Atari 8-bit. And 7 early issues of Page 6 Magazine.
April 14th, 2018
This time no Atari 8-bit additions, but some very nice other stuff to add to the collection of Atarimuseum.nl A Dutch Pac-Man vinyl album, Barnyard Blaster for the 7800, Orbit 2000 for the ST, SLMC804 laser printer interface for the ST, Realsports Tennis for the 5200 and the Independent Service Centre Guide UK booklet
April 12th, 2018
A very big thank you to Aat Dijk! He donated this huge lot of Atari ST games and the PC Speed board and software. Thanks again Aat!
March 24th, 2018
A big thank you to Martijn Caris for donating the packaged version of California Games for the Lynx. Trivial Pursuit for the Atari 8-bit on cassette is also new to the collection.
December 24th, 2017
New additions to the collection: Spiderman and Beer Belly (thanks Fready!), Atari Benelux ST demo disk (thanks Andre!), Koronis Rift Mousemat (thanks Andy!), Springer cartridge (thanks Nir!), the latest Abbuc Magazine and a Dig Dug pin.
December 10th, 2017
Thanks to Steve Green I got some very nice items! Thanks to André Huijts who found an interesting auction on the Dutch Gumtree (Marktplaats), thanks to Andy Barr for finding a nice Ebay auction and thanks to Barbara for sending me the book for free!
December 2nd, 2017
A nice box for my 1020 printer and 3 English books for the Atari 8-bit.
November 30th, 2017
Thanks to Wilfred K. (again!) and Andre Huijts some nice additions to the collection: an Atari pin, a tie pin, some 8-bit parts, the lynx battery pack and the replay 4 cartridge for the Atari ST.
November 22nd, 2017
Only one addition to the collection this week. But it is a special one Thanks to my Swiss friend David for sending me this tape. In the eighties copyright was a mess in Italy. Many Italian companies published “illegal” copies of games. In this case this a copy of Montezuma’s Revenge published by Italian company Laser Load. The label has a stamp on it which translates to “copy give for free, sale prohibited”.
October 11th, 2017
And another nice swap with Steve! A nice 7800 box, Star Wars Jedi Arena and Pac Man in the 400/800 box!
September 13th, 2017
Another nice swap again! This time with Dom. This is the 6 cassette tape collection of Silicia Shop UK.
August 25th, 2017
Thanks to Thark from Atari Sector for Air Rescue by Atlantis. Also new to the Atari 8-bit collection: Pro Golf, Decision in the Desert (2 variations), Football Manager, Pro Golf, Atari User issuecassette vol.1 issue 9, Dreadnaught, Fighter Pilot, Conversational Italian and An Invitation To Programming (c)1987 by Atari UK.
August 8th, 2017
Many thanks to Gert! He sent me these 15 issues of the Dutch ST-magazine, a Dutch manual of the Atari ST and the disks of “The Link”. Other new items are Gridrunner on cassette and River Rescue on cartridge. Both for Atari 8-bit computers.
August 3rd, 2017
Many thanks to Dusty Vesters for donating a huge box full of Atari ST software! 🙂
July 27th, 2017
Many thanks to Dom (beamer320i on Atari Sector forums) for giving the last cassette I was missing from Alternative Software: Who dares wins II! Now the Alternative software collection is complete 🙂
July 18th, 2017
A few new cassettes for the Atari 8-bit. Fruit Machine Simulator (now the codemasters collection is complete), World Soccer, Las Vegas Casino, Laser Hawk and Escape from Doomworld. And ofcourse the latest issue of Abbuc Magazine.
May 24th, 2017
F14 Combat and Video Chess for the 2600. Colossus Chess, Altered Beast, F29 Retaliator, Degas Elite and Fighter Bomber for the Atari ST.
May 16th, 2017
Two Educational games on cassette from Milliken Publishing Co and the Telelink cartridge from Atari.
May 12th, 2017
Thanks to Andy of the Atari Sector Forums I can finally add the first 5 issues of Atari User (UK). Thanks Andy! Also new: Das Schulbuch zu Atari 600XL/800XL.
April 22nd 2017
Some great new additions to the collection thanks to the guys of the Atari Sector forum! Scram, Statistics 1, Mortgage & Loan Analysis, Graph It and Warriors of Ras on cassette for Atari 8-bit. Plus 2 American books: Some common Basic programs and Hands on Basic for Atari 8-it.
April 2nd 2017
Two games for the Atari ST: Football Manager 2 and Striker.
March 30th 2017
Latest additions to the collection: Computer War and Tank Commander by Creative Sparks on cassette, Mountain Shoot and Star Flite by Prism Leisure on cassette, Blue Max 2001 by Synsoft on cassette, Whirlynurd by US Gold on cassette and House of Usher by Midas on cassette. All for Atari 8-bit. Plus the latest Abbuc Magazine (nr. 128) arrived!
March 24th 2017
The brand new book about Atari 8-bit computers. For sale at a.o. Amazon. When I took these pictures, I opened a random page, but saw an error right away! I hope this is just a typing error and not an example of the accuracy of this book (picture 2)
March 9th 2017
This time 2 special additions to the collection: Indus GT drive (broken, I will try to fix it) for the Atari 8-bit and the SuperSALT interface for Atari 8-bit. With this interface and the SALT cartridge you can test and diagnose Atari 8-bit computers.
March 7th 2017
Warlocks quest, Joe Blade, Yogi Bear and friends in the Greed Monster, Ruff and Reddy and the Space adventure for the Atari ST. 3 of those titles were also available for Atari 8-bit (second picture).
March 4th 2017
Maxwell’s Demons / Memory Mania on disk for Atari 8-bit and Software for the Atari XL from Century Communications.
February 2nd 2017
9 Italian Lindasoft titles on cassette for the Atari 8-bit! Bomba contra bomba, Tic Tac Snack, Guerriero Laser, Othello 3D, Puzzle1, Settore Sigma, Shoot Memory, Superscacchi & Atlantis Ultimo Uomo. The last 3 titles aren’t even mentioned on Atarimania! The covers are available in the cover database.