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The Unofficial Atari: a Visual History book is based on the Atari® 8-bit Home Computer. It pays a huge tribute to this incredible home computer, from the product design to its amazing catalogue of third-party software. The book is an unofficial publication created by myself Darren Doyle and it’s my first published book from the Greyfox Books™ label. This is the very first book of its kind to be released for the Atari 8-bit home computer enthusiast in a visual compendium, ever!
We spent many months developing the book and we managed to acquire some incredible content along the way. The amazing amount of support and contributions we have received from private collectors and review contributors has been fantastic, making the Atari: A Visual History book a reality.
Within the Unofficial Atari: a Visual History book the visuals are the main focus, with roughly 210-220 words of text accompanying each game spread. A review of each game has especially been given a lot of research and thought during the writing process from myself and all contributors involved. Within the book, you’ll also find a series of larger features and interviews with developers and software house profiles and much more, ensuring a great mix of visuals and words.
Overall, the book will contain around 50,000 words and hundreds of iconic images; each one is given its own unique flair in presentation and professional preservation which will make it the perfect coffee-table Atari book.
Format: Portrait orientation Dimensions: 229 X 152 mm
Page count: 420 pages
Book Weight: 1.23kg
Cover: 150 gsm Silk coated paper and Anti-scuff Matt lamination cover Hardback Book
Inside Pages: Matt varnish throughout on 130gsm Silk coated paper.
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