Atari Inc. Business is Fun (Complete History of Atari - Volume 1)

Marty Goldberg Curt Vendel

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Atari Inc. Business is Fun (Complete History of Atari - Volume 1)

Atari Inc Business is Fun Complete History of Atari Volume Digital COLOR edition Photos and documents that are in color are presented in color in this digital edition Atari Inc Business is Fun the book that goes behind the company that was synonymous with th

  • Title: Atari Inc. Business is Fun (Complete History of Atari - Volume 1)
  • Author: Marty Goldberg Curt Vendel
  • ISBN: 9780985597429
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Digital COLOR edition Photos and documents that are in color are presented in color in this digital edition.Atari Inc Business is Fun, the book that goes behind the company that was synonymous with the popularization of video games.Nearly 8 years in the making, Atari Inc Business is Fun is comprised of thousands of researched documents, hundreds of interviews, Digital COLOR edition Photos and documents that are in color are presented in color in this digital edition.Atari Inc Business is Fun, the book that goes behind the company that was synonymous with the popularization of video games.Nearly 8 years in the making, Atari Inc Business is Fun is comprised of thousands of researched documents, hundreds of interviews, and access to materials never before available An amazing 800 pages, including nearly 300 pages of rare, never before seen photos, memos and court documents, this book details Atari s genesis from an idea between an engineer and a visionary in 1969 to a nearly 2 billion dollar juggernaut, and ending with a 538 million death spiral by June of 1984 Several key and important fully detailed side stories are included, such as The creation of Rick Rats Big Cheese Restaurants which later became Chuck E Cheese s The amazing story of Atari s very own Xerox PARC research facility up in the foothills of the Sierra Mountains The full recounting of Steve Jobs first job working at Atari, with comments from the people he worked with on projects and the detailed story of the creation of Atari Breakout, including input by Steve Wozniak on his development of the prototype, and how it couldn t be used and another Atari engineer would have to make the final production Breakout arcade game instead The dramatic dealings and double dealings between Atari Inc and Amiga Corp for months prior to Jack Tramiel coming into the picture.If you ve ever wanted to learn about the truth behind the creation of this iconic company directly told by the people who made FUN for a living, then this is the book for you.

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    One thought on “Atari Inc. Business is Fun (Complete History of Atari - Volume 1)

    1. Mark Paterson on said:

      The Atari VCS 'woodie' was my first step into a hobby which I still enjoy to this day some thirty (God, I'm old) years later, so I was very much looking forward to reading this. Sadly, it was a massive disappointment.I was expecting great insight into the iconic Atari products and how they were conceived in a time where the company was pretty much a pioneer, trailblazing a whole new form of entertainment with no rivals or equals. Instead it skimped on details, filled reams of text full of confus [...]

    2. Rob on said:

      This book was such a disappointment. - It was very hard to follow. Some parts of the book move at a very slow pace, going into minute detail. Later on, significant events are skipped over and changes not mentioned are referenced in past tense. - Many grammatical errors. Randomly placed periods, poor capitalization, and misspellings. Unfortunately, this was too common and occurred on almost every page.- Finally, the amount of cliches and changes in tone made this very difficult to read.

    3. Jose L. Marra on said:

      Very interesting read for any entrepreneur As an aspiring entrepreneur, this book was a great look at a small group of visionaries who grew a company from a tiny seed into s huge tree. Read this if you like stories of people who changed the world as we know it.

    4. Brian Bennett on said:

      Damn near unreadable but has a lot of interesting (for a game geek) facts.

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