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E.T. Book Cart
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System: Atari 2600
Company: Self-Published
Model #: n/a
Year of Release: 2006
Media Type: Cartridge
Number of Players: 1
Controller: Atari Joystick
 
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   Charles F. Gray (Programmer)
Michael Rideout (Programmer)
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 North America
 NTSC
 
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E.T. Book Cart - Cartridge

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AtariAge, in conjunction with Gray Games, brings you one of the most revolutionary modern technologies-- known as the e-book--retrograded for the Atari 2600, simply and concisely known as the E.T. Book Cart.

E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial for the Atari 2600-- the game that some say brought down an industry--is looked at through various means, and is immortalized even further by a cartridge book focused on the game that helped bring about the video game crash.

Use your joystick to choose from the chapters you wish to read or the game you wish to play. Go from page to page with ease as you learn more and more about what the world of E.T. is all about.

Table of Contents
  1. The Wisdom of E.T.
  2. 2nd Interview with HSW
  3. Ode to HSW
  4. Secrets of E.T.
  5. E.T. Signal
  6. Alamogordo Landfill
Hear the Ancient Wisdom of E.T. through various philosophers both past and present from around the world. Read how Howard Scott Warshaw explains E.T. Pit Theory in the follow-up interview to his infamous 1st interview (featured on BeepBopBoop.com). Read the poem that almost won an E.T. Sweater. E.T. Historian Random Terrain reveals Secrets of the E.T. game and describes how E.T. transcends the Adventure Template. Listen to the actual E.T. signal that E.T. used to call the mothership. Play the highly addictive game Alamogordo Landfill and help send buried E.T. cartridges back to the future to AtariAge Headquarters.

What are the secrets of E.T.?

And is there really an E.T. Prototype in Paris, France?

The E.T. Book Cart can be purchased in cartridge form from the AtariAge Store.


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