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Atari 2600 - Parker Brothers - Standard Label Variation

Parker Brothers - Standard Label Variation
Of all the manufacturers, Parker Brothers seems to have been the most consistent with their cartridges across platforms. Their 5200 cartridges are similar in style to carts they made for every other system, although they're a bit larger and have storage space for overlays on the back (the only Parker Brothers game to actually include overlays, and cheap paper ones at that, was Frogger). Parker Brothers carts are angled at the end, displaying the game title (in a similar manner to Activision carts on the 5200). It's not uncommon to find the end of the label peeled off from the plastic. Labels for the 5200 were a blue-green color and usually just have the name of the title in stylized form (there are a few with graphics, like Popeye and Q*bert).
TitleModel # Label NotesYearCartRarity TV 
Star Wars: The Arcade Game9040 1984
Star Wars: Return of the Jedi Death Star Battle9060 1983
Gyruss9080 1984
Frogger II: Threeedeep!9090 
James Bond 0079100 1983
Mr. Do!'s Castle9420 1984
Montezuma's Revenge9460 1984
Q*bert9500 1983
Popeye9510 1984
Frogger9530 1983
Super Cobra9550 1983
Astrochase9560 1983