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2004 Midwest Gaming Classic Photo Gallery

 

Photos by Albert Yarusso

Midwest Gaming ClassicAtariAge attended the 2004 Midwest Gaming Classic in full force! The 2004 show, held on the weekend of May 22nd and 23rd in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was the first we attended as a vendor, where we shared a spacious room along with AtariProtos.com and Sunmark. There was something to offer gaming fans of all types, whether your interests lie in classic game systems, modern consoles, classic computers, or arcade and pinball machines. Over 1,300 gaming fans attended the show over its two days, a substantial increase from last year's event, and we met many AtariAge members for the first time! We look forward to another successful Midwest Gaming Classic in 2005!

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We had a spacious room shared with Sunmark and AtariProtos.com. About half of the room was full of game systems to play, the other half merchandise to buy.
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A shot showing the majority of games we were selling at the show, and an example of the many posters we had hanging up.
 
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We setup three 5200 systems, six 2600 systems, and two ColecoVision systems.

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A shot of the same systems from the reverse angle.

 
 
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One corner of the AtariAge booth, where you can see Seawolf and JoustPong running.
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Eduardo Mello's Space Invaders Collection and Sky Jaguar setup for play.
 
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Various boxed homebrew and reproduction games for the 2600, 5200, and ColecoVision.
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Games galore!
 
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2600 Homebrews, reproductions, and hacks!
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More games for the 2600, 5200, and ColecoVision.
 
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Atari 5200 and 8-bit Reproductions.
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Some New Old Stock as well as Ocean Depths and Painter for the Jaguar.
 
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We had a lot of people come in and enjoy the various games we had setup to play.
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Nice t-shirt!
 
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The Adventure II demo is running on the left, and Castle Crisis on the right.
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Indy 500 XE
 
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We had a nearly complete version of Seawolf at the show for people to play.
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Eduardo Mello's Space Invaders Collection for the ColecoVision.
 
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Climber 5 proved to be a popular choice.
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One of the many Indy 500 XE levels submitted by AtariAge members.
 
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We had two AtariAge kiosks setup outside in the hallway. Two video game fans go head to head in Combat Redux.
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Sky Jaguar running in one of the kiosks on Sunday.
 
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Kirk Israel's JoustPong.
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A book describing all the homebrew games available for purchase from AtariAge.
   
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