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Here is a commercial for the Activision video game "Starmaster" for the Atari 2600.
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This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, July 10th 1982.
Here's a commercial for Apple Jacks cereal with a video game theme.
This aired on local Chicago TV in 1982.
Here's a commercial for the Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back video game from Parker Brothers. For use in Atari and Sears home video game systems.
Unlike the many ads for Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back "action figures" from Kenner, this one uses the actual music from John Williams' movie score.
Voiceover by ??
TM / (C) Lucasfilm, Ltd. 1982 / Parker Brothers authorized user
"A great movie - now a great...
Here's a commercial for the handheld VFD (vacuum fluorescent display) video game Alien Attack - by Coleco.
This aired on local Chicago TV in September of 1981.
Here's a commercial for the home video game Laser Blast by Activision, touting itself as "A New Game Cartridge for Your Atari Video Game System" (and contrasting itself to its "dull" predecessors). The purpose is to go after the other side's force fields and dodge their tracking systems. (Ah, remember those good ol' days? ;-) )
"Atari"(R) and "Video Computer System"(TM) are trademarks of Atari, Inc.
With a lower-third super towards the end as to what sto...
Here is a commercial for the Activision video game "Spider Fighter" for the Atari 2600. Game designed by Larry Miller.
Voiceover by William Woodson.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, February 14th 1983.
Here's an animated commercial for Bubblicious bubble gum featuring a video game theme.
"The Ultimate Bubble has the Ultimate Flavors."
This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, July 31st 1982.
Here's a commercial offer in Spanish from Urban General Corp. for a "Video Game Pack" made up of Atari 2600 cartridge winners like Journey - Escape, Space Jockey, Towering Inferno, Space Cavern, Infiltrate, and Space Winnebago (just kidding on that last one).
This aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, June 9th 1985.
Here's a commercial for the game that preceeded the great video game crash - E.T. : The Extra-Terrestrial for the Atari 2600.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, December 11th 1982.