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PhillyClassic 5 Photo Gallery

PhillyClassic 5


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Several of the Atari 2600 systems setup for play at AtariAge.
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Indy 500XE and JoustPong. On the left are the pre-printed AtariAge name badges that were made for those who signed up online before the show.
 
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Atari fans try their hand at the new Combat Redux.
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Atari 2600, ColecoVision, and other systems setup for play at the AtariAge booth.
 
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Castle Crisis, a near arcade-perfect port of Warlods by Bryan Edeeward.
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Ron Lloyd gives Castle Crisis a shot.
 
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Mike Stagney playing the new Castle Crisis game for the 5200, using a 5200 paddle controller.
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Another attendee giving Castle Crisis a go.
 
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Playing Climber 5 at the AtariAge booth.
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Splatform by Thomas Jentzsch.
 
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Indy 500 XE
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Splatform, one of Thomas Jentzsch's new 1K games, which will make its debut in cartridge form with two other 1K games in the near future.
 
 
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Sky Jaguar by Eduardo Mello for the ColecoVision.
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Eduardo Mello's Ping-Pong for the ColecoVision.
 
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Space Invaders Collection by Eduardo Mello.
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Two of Eduardo Mello's games in development, Yie Ar Kung-Fu and Ping-Pong, were available for play at the AtariAge booth.
 
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Manuel Rotschkar's new game Seawolf, still in development.
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Ebivision's Power Off was re-released in boxed form at PhillyClassic 5.
 
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Mental Kombat PC5 Edition by Simon Quernhorst.
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Mark DiLuciano of Sunmark, with a wide selection of Atari and Vectrex games and systems.
 
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Some of Sunmark's products available for purchase at the show.
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There was a fantastic selection of arcade machines at this year's show! You'll never find collections like this anywhere outside a game show.
 
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All the arcade machines were in great condition and working order.
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A row of classic Atari coin-ops.
 
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Some of Nintendo's early games, as well as a PlayChoice machine.
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More popular arcade classics.
 
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The arcade was fantastic, and all the games were set to free-play!
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The arcade was an arcade collector's dream.
 
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A rare Race Drivin' Panorama machine!
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More classic coin-ops from Atari, including a rare Quantum machine.
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An extremely rare Blaster cabinet by Williams.
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A row of always popular Williams machines.
 
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Once the show opened, the arcade was always quite busy! Not surprising, considering the great selection onhand!
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The custom-built PhillyClassic 5 MAME cabinet.
 
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Both sides of the PC5 MAME cabinet were autographed by a wide variety of guests.
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The DECO Cassette System that went home with Matt Reichert.
 
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Cassidy Nolen poses with an old Atari Anti-Aircraft arcade machine.
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Cassidy Nolen, shortly after his acquisition of a boxed (and extremely rare) Video Life.
 
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An extremely rare Williams Paddle-Ball machine, copied from Atari's famous Pong.
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Some of the items Cassidy had for sale at the show, including boxed copies of the unreleased Atari game Frog Pond.
    
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Photos taken by Albert Yarusso and Joe Grand.