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PhillyClassic 5 Photo Gallery

PhillyClassic 5

PhillyClassic 5 was a huge success and we're glad we were able to be a part of it! Over 2,500 video game fans from all over the US (as well as some foreign guests!) packed the hall Saturday and Sunday, with a wide assortment of vendors, exhibitors and guests to keep everyone busy and having a great time. We took over 400 pictures during the event, and have posted a selection of the best pictures here. A large number of these pictures were taken outside of show hours, as we had a tough time breaking away from the booth during the show (especially Saturday, when it was busiest!) Enough talking, let's look at the pictures! Enjoy!

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The cargo van is packed, awaiting a long journey up to Philadelphia! I don't think we could have fit anything else into this van if we tried!
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We arrive early Friday to an empty hall waiting to be populated and dressed by vendors and exhibitors. This shot was taken from the AtariAge booth, facing the main entrance.
 
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Arcade machines are wheeled into the hall.
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A shot from the corner opposite the AtariAge booth.
 
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The AtariAge booth early in the day on Friday before the show.
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Ed Siegler arrives with a cart full of Hardware Hacking boxes!
 
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Ahhh, nothing like getting a group of your friends together to do some last minute Atari 2600 cartridge assembly the night before the show!
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Food and drinks arrive for everyone slaving away on Friday night in one of our hotel rooms.
 
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The main entrance into the show.
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The AtariAge banner hangs high.
 
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A shot of the many games available for purchase at the AtariAge booth.
 
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Some ColecoVision titles, as well as some other new releases.
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More new releases on the left, and additional homebrew and repro games to the right.
 
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A large assortment of games was available for purchase.
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..and more!
 
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More homebrew games and hacks for the Atari 2600.
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Atari 5200 and 8-bit games.
 
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A new demo of Adventure II was available for showgoers to play. Author Ron Lloyd was onhand to talk with fans about the game, which will see release later this year.
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An Adventure II poster hanging above the Adventure II kiosk.
 
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Demoing Adventure II.
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Howard Scott Warshaw's Saboteur running in its own kiosk at the AtariAge booth.
 
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Paul Slocum's Homestar Runner RPG running on a large television at the AtariAge booth.
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A selection of the posters hanging in the AtariAge booth.
 
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More posters hanging in the AtariAge booth.
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And yet more posters...
 
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This shot and the next two give a good sense of the scale of the AtariAge booth. They pictures were taken up on a stepladder from the same position.
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A selection of Jaguar and Lynx games from Songbird Productions at the AtariAge booth.
 
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Howard Scott Warshaw poses with Saboteur, the last game he wrote at Atari. Saboteur was released at PhillyClassic 5 in boxed form at the AtariAge booth.
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Joe Grand and Howard Scott Warshaw.
 
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Albert Yarusso, Howard Scott Warshaw, and Aimee Dingman pose after Howard is given a painting of a Yar from Yars' Revenge.
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Alan "Pitfall Harry" Houston poses with Howard Scott Warshaw.
 
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Alan Hewston poses with a signed copy of Saboteur.
 
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Howard Scott Warshaw autographs a copy of Saboteur for a fan.
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A shot of the many games avaialble at the AtariAge booth, with Albert Yarusso and Steve Juon staring blindly at the camera.
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A package destined for Leonard Tramiel at Atari.
 
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Joe Grand signs a copy of Hardware Hacking: Having Fun While voiding Your Warranty.
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Albert Yarusso signs a copy of Hardware Hacking: Having Fun While Voiding Your Warranty.
   
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Photos taken by Albert Yarusso and Joe Grand.