More scenes from the excavation of Atari s E T landfill

More scenes from the excavation of Atari s E T landfill

Landfill dig for Atari's infamous 'E.T.' game set for

Apr 10, 2014 · Landfill dig for Atari's infamous 'E.T.' game set for later this month The Associated Press Published Thursday, April 10, 2014 5:59PM EDT This 1982 file photo shows actor Henry Thomas in a scene

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New Documentary 'Atari: Game Over' Digs Up Video Game

Feb 08, 2015 · Filmmaker Zak Penn, also a lifelong Atari fan, sets out to discover the story of E.T. 's creation and find out just what role it played in causing the video game crash of 1983. While excavating the truth of Atari's past, Penn also pursues a more literal excavation in the vast landfill of Alamogordo, New Mexico, where Atari was rumored to

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Found! Atari's E.T. games dug up from New Mexico landfill

Apr 27, 2014 · Atari's E.T. games dug up from New Mexico landfill. After 31 years hidden in the wake of one of the worst video game failures in history, thousands of E.T. and other Atari games were uncovered

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Video: Ars talks to the experts on Atari's dump at

Apr 27, 2014 · Digging up meaning from the rubble of an excavated Atari landfill. While the excavation crew was digging down into the 1983 layer of the landfill, Ars got a chance to talk to E.T. programmer

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Will E.T. Phone Home? Big Dig for Old Atari Games Set for

Apr 11, 2014 · A scene from the 1982 film 'E.T.: Xbox begins excavating a landfill that's long been rumored to be the burial ground for millions of unsold copies of Atari's "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial," one

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Groshandel Usa Outlet Rare Atari Alamogordo Landfill Dump

Jan 05, 2022 · Why Did Atari Bury E.t. In A New Mexico Landfill? zak penn's documentary team found thousands of atari video games in a landfill. but, why? ign's naomi kyle reports from atari buried in alamogordo nm since the game flop so bad and millions of unsold copy buried there. on april 26 2014 they found city commission in alamogordo, new mexico has approved the …

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The Atari Video Game Burial Excavation | Know Your Meme

Event Status Submission Year 2014 Origin Atari Tags atari, new mexico, burial, e.t., video game, et Overview. The Atari Video Game Burial Excavation refers to the recovery of unsold video game cartridges and other overstocked products that were buried en masse at a landfill site in New Mexico by the video game development company Atari in 1983. Following its commencement …

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New Documentary 'Atari: Game Over' Digs Up Video Game

Feb 08, 2015 · Filmmaker Zak Penn, also a lifelong Atari fan, sets out to discover the story of E.T. 's creation and find out just what role it played in causing the video game crash of 1983. While excavating the truth of Atari's past, Penn also pursues a more literal excavation in the vast landfill of Alamogordo, New Mexico, where Atari was rumored to

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Excavating the Atari E.T. Video Game Burial Site-Game|Life

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The Atari Video Game Burial Excavation | Know Your Meme

Apr 25, 2014 · In 1983 after the critical and commercial failure of Atari's E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial video game, the company allegedly dumped millions of cartridges into a …

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A First Hand Account of the E.T. Landfill | TeeFury Blog

May 09, 2014 · So it goes that 30 years ago, Atari discarded several truckloads of E.T. The Extra Terrestrial game cartridges in a landfill in Alamogordo, New Mexico, after the game failed to sell as expected. The mere idea that Atari would dump millions of game cartridges seemed outlandish to many, and over the course of three decades, speculation grew.

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Archiving the Atari Burial Ground | Indiegogo

In 1983, Atari buried nearly one million video games in a desert landfill in Alamogordo, New Mexico, including copies of E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, said to be the "worst video game of all time." The burial of E.T. by Atari became the stuff of modern mythology until its …

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Will E.T. Phone Home? Big Dig for Old Atari Games Set for

Apr 11, 2014 · A scene from the 1982 film 'E.T.: Xbox begins excavating a landfill that's long been rumored to be the burial ground for millions of unsold copies of Atari's "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial," one

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E.T. Atari Cartridge Landfill Excavation Uncovers Fabled

Apr 26, 2014 · The E.T. Atari cartridges long rumored to be buried in a New Mexico landfill have been found.

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Watch Teaser: Excavating the Atari E.T. Video Game Burial

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Watch Excavating the Atari E.T. Video Game Burial Site

Apr 26, 2014 · And E.T., it's not just Asteroids, but E.T. was there, too. Here we are, I am actually holding. one of the E.T. cartridges that was pulled. out of the landfill. It was a legend in the video game

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Landfill excavation unearths years of crushed Atari

The Atari video game burial was a mass burial of unsold video game cartridges, consoles, and computers in a New Mexico landfill site, undertaken by American video game and home computer company Atari, Inc. in 1983. Up until 2014, the goods buried were rumored to be unsold copies of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, one of the biggest commercial failures in video gaming and often …

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More scenes from the excavation of Atari's E.T. landfill

Apr 27, 2014 · More scenes from the excavation of Atari's E.T. landfill 17 By Owen S. Good Apr 27, 2014, 3:32pm EDT Source Xbox.com Share It was true all along. When the filmmakers at Fuel Entertainment declared

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E.T. Atari Cartridge Landfill Excavation Uncovers Fabled

Apr 26, 2014 · The E.T. Atari cartridges long rumored to be buried in a New Mexico landfill have been found.

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A First Hand Account of the E.T. Landfill | TeeFury Blog

May 09, 2014 · So it goes that 30 years ago, Atari discarded several truckloads of E.T. The Extra Terrestrial game cartridges in a landfill in Alamogordo, New Mexico, after the game failed to sell as expected. The mere idea that Atari would dump millions of game cartridges seemed outlandish to many, and over the course of three decades, speculation grew.

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