Video Montage of Art Made for the First Videogame Console (Fairchild VES/Channel F)

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Bill Loguidice
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Well done stuff for the 1976 console:

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Great original 1970's

Great original 1970's Fairchild ads/articles: http://www.fndcollectables.com/CHANNEL_F_INFO/U_S_/Adds___Offers/NEWS_AD...

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Here is the info on his

Here is the info on his multi-cart: http://www.atariage.com/forums/topic/149932-fs-fairchild-system-channel-...

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Modern day art on the system

No, this is not from 1976, just the system. This video was posted from the same guy who released the amazing Pac-Man cartridge (which I still have to review) and now is offering a nice multi-cart. This is apparently from five or so different "artists". The eagle one is my favorite, though most are quite good.

Ironically, back in the day, even a slide show of this stuff on cartridge would have been a better demo for the system than the mediocre games. The first mainstream color home computer, the Apple II, wouldn't make an appearance until the following year.

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Like this. But this art isn't from 77 is it?

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