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Now this is pretty cool. During this period of time, Atari was deathly
afraid of other companies finding out who their programmers were and stealing
them. Mattel was kind of the same way about the Blue Sky Rangers. However, Activision
didn't give a damn. Really! To the extent of broadcasting this fact. Yessir, Activision
included photographs and biographies of its programmers in its catalogs, each programemr
was featured in the catalog of his/her game with a writeup and photo, and their names
were included on their cart's labels. The above is one of those catalog pages featuring
Featured: Alan Miller, David Crane, Larry Kaplan, Bob Whitehead.
Cut these guys some slack. Hey, they were just recovering from the 70's, ok?
Boxing, Skiing, Fishing Derby, Tennis, Dragster, Freeway, Laser Blast,
Checkers and Bridge. These are among two of the harder to find
Activision titles, IMO.