MaximumRD Posted January 24, 2015 Report Share Posted January 24, 2015 Here is one for you all! I sold one of those a few years back for $15 on GameGavel and I still kept one for myself. Here is some interesting info as well a s a link to the MP3 ! Description from their archives: Mindscape by Data Age was a cardboard record that could be obtained directly from the company (who in turn is fairly notorious for a bunch of crummy Atari 2600 games). Their earliest games are particularly bad, and this dramatization of them only amplifies that. "Got... to.... find... the... HATCH KEY!" It's campy fun! The record was created by Craig Hundley, who wrote the electronic music for the movies Star Trek II, The Black Hole, Firefox, and MegaForce. Hundley also created audio effects for Bruce Springsteen and John Lennon. A picture of Hundley can be found in the Nov. 1983 issue of Electronic Fun with Computers & Games magazine. Publisher: Data Age Scarcity: 7 $25 (L)oose or ©omplete: L Description: A seriously psychedelic videogame record that was available through Data Age. Plugging their products with hammy actors and actresses, you might get an idea of what the games were about, but certainly not their poor quality. Classic line from this record: "The hatch key....got...to...find...the hatch key". Collector's: don't go looking in the 45 RPM section for this one - it's on a flexi-disc with cardboard backing, like the kinds you used to get in cereal boxes in the 70's. From the Digital Press "Classic" Guide. http://www.digitpress.com/dpsoundz/mp3.htm http://www.digitpress.com/dpsoundz/mp3/mindscape.mp3 Data Age Info FROM ATARIAGE: http://www.atariage.com/company_page.html?CompanyID=5 Videogame critic reviews: http://www.videogamecritic.net/2600uz.htm#Warplock http://www.videogamecritic.net/2600aa.htm#Airlock http://www.videogamecritic.net/2600ss.htm#Sssnake http://www.videogamecritic.net/2600bb.htm#Bugs http://www.videogamecritic.net/2600de.htm#Encounter_at_L5 I am Rob aka MaximumRD aka OldSchoolRetroGamer and THIS is my world http://about.me/maximumrd "For you, the day Bison graced your village was the most important day of your life. But for me, it was Tuesday." - M. Bison Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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