VIDEO GAME FLYERS FOR SALE

I have been collecting Video Game / Arcade Machine Flyers since 1976

I have been collecting Video Games & Arcade Machine Flyers since 1976.  I know just how important it is to grade machine flyers accurately and utilize a shipping method as to prevent damage to the flyer itself.  Being a collector, I have been stung before with poor grading and packaging that could easily be bent and or damaged by the post office.  Here are some of the benefits I will provide you by purchasing Video Arcade Flyers from me.

 

1)      I use only store bought stiff cardboard panels to secure your flyers.  Your order is safely wedged between two 9 x 12" #150 Corrugated Pads 1/8 inch thick sheets of cardboard.  I do not use previously bent or used cardboard for this purpose.  This process insures that your flyers are not bent, creased or dinged in shipment.  You also do not get any stains or color rub off from cardboard printing that may be printed on recycled cardboard.

2)      Accurate grading of flyers as per my Legend.  No surprises!

3)      Quick email turnaround for all your questions. Within 24 hours

4)      Goods to your satisfaction or your money refunded less shipping

5)      Fair pricing, I am not looking to gouge you as I would like to have you as a repeat customer.

 

In closing, I will assure you that by purchasing video arcade flyers from me I will take the utmost care in filling your order promptly and expeditiously. Please note I reserve the right to limit the amount of flyers ordered per item. In some cases I only have one flyer of some items in stock. In that case it will be on a first come basis. I also have a variety of stock per flyer so the photo may not be accurate or reflect the condition of the flyer you receive. Please double check the legend condition of the flyer as that will reflect the most current inventory available for that piece. I will promptly refund your order for any out of stock items unless you are willing to wait for a back order.

 

 

Video Arcade Machine Flyer Condition Legend                                            

C         =         Crease(s)                                            

D          =         Dirt Miscellaneous                      

DS          =         Date Stamped                      

F          =         Folded

FF        =         Folded both Directions

H         =         3 Hole Punch

MD         =         Minor Dings

MP         =         Magazine Pulled

P          =         Distributor Printed On

S          =         Distributor Stamped

SH          =         Staple Hole(s)

T          =         Tear(s)

W        =         Writing

WB        =         Writing on Back

WD        =         Water Damage

X         =         Trimmed on Edge(s)

1-10     =         Condition Scale 10-Mint

 

Please use this guide to calculate your shipping charges. PLEASE NOTE: The shipping cart will not calculate shipping. You need to do that seperately and pay pal the shipping to boardwalk12345@yahoo.com or email me and I will email you a shipping invoice as per the schedule below.

Shipping Charges For 1 Flyer

 

USA                $3.00 +.50 ea. After

Canada            $3.00 +.50 ea. After

International    $4.00 + .50 ea. after

 


INDEX

Atari
Allied
Bally
Centuri
Chicago Coin
Exidy
Gremlin
Kee
MCI
Midway
Nutting
Ramtek
Stern
Universal
US Billards
Williams
Miscellaneous


ATARI VIDEO GAME FLYERS

Bushnell and Ted Dabney left Nutting to form their own engineering firm, Syzygy, and soon hired Al Alcorn as their first design engineer. Initially wanting to start Syzygy off with a driving game, Bushnell had concerns that it might be too complicated for the young Alcorn's first game. In May of 1972, Nolan had seen a demonstration of the Magnavox Odyssey, which included a tennis game. He decided to have Alcorn produce an arcade version of the Odyssey's Tennis game,which would go on to be named Pong. When they went to incorporate their firm that June, they soon found that Syzygy (an astronomical term) already existed in California. Bushnell wrote down several words from the game Go, eventually choosing atari, a term that in the context of the game means a state where a stone or group of stones is imminently in danger of being taken by one's opponent. Atari was incorporated in the state of California on June 27th, 1972. By November of 1972, the first Pong was completed. It consisted of a black and white television from Walgreens, the special game hardware, and a coin mechanism from a laundromat on the side which featured a milk carton inside to catch coins. Placed in a Sunnyvale pub by the name of Andy Capps' to test its viability, it took only one day to realize they had a hit: "Seven quarters later they were having extended volleys, and the constant pong noise was attracting the curiosity of others at the bar. Before closing, everybody in the bar had played the game. The next day people were lined up outside Andy Capp's at 10 A.M. to play Pong. Around ten o'clock that night, the game suddenly died." When they arrived the next morning to fix the machine, they were met by a lineup of people waiting for the bar to open so they could play the game. On examination, the problem turned out to be mundane; the coin collector was filled to overflowing with quarters, and when customers tried to jam them in anyway, the mechanism shorted out. After talks to release Pong through Nutting and several other companies broke down, Bushnell and his partner Ted Dabney decided to release Pong on their own,and Atari Inc. was established as a coin-op design and production company. In 1973, Atari secretly spawned a "competitor" called Kee Games, headed by Nolan's next door neighbor Joe Keenan, to circumvent video distributors' insistence on exclusive distribution deals; both Atari and Kee could market (virtually) the same game to different distributors, with each getting an "exclusive" deal. Though Kee's relationship to Atari was discovered in 1974, Joe Keenan did such a good job managing the subsidiary that he was promoted to president of Atari that same year.

Atari Video Game Flyers

Video Arcade Game Name

Price

Anti-Aircraft

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8

Asteroids Cocktail

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8

Asteroids

$15.00



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Condition - MD 8

Asteroids

$10.00



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Condition - C T D 6

Avalanche

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8.5

Badlands

$10.00



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Condition - T 6

Baseball

$10.00



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Condition - MD T 7

Baseball

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8.5

Battlezone

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8

Breakout

Sold



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Condition - MD 9

Breakout

$10.00



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Condition - MD H 8

Canyon Bomber

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8

Centipede

Sold



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Condition - MD 8

Cloak & Dagger

$10.00



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Condition - MD S 9

Compugraph Foto

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8

Cops N Robbers

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8

Destroyer

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8

Dig Dug

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8

Drag Race

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8

Escape

$10.00



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Condition - WD 6

F-1

$10.00



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Condition - MD S 7.5

Flyball

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8.5

Football

$10.00



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Condition - MD 9

Goal 4

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8

Gotcha

$10.00



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Condition - C 7

Gotcha

$15.00



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Condition - MD 9

Gran Trak 10

$10.00



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Condition - MD T 9

Gran Trak 20

$10.00



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Condition - MD 9

Hi-Way

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8

Jaws

$10.00



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Condition - MD 9

Jet Fighter

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8

Kangaroo

$15.00



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Condition - MD 9

Klax

$10.00



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Condition - WD 6

Le Mans

$10.00



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Condition - MD 9

Lunar Lander

$10.00



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Condition - MD 7.5

Missile Command

Sold



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Condition - Mint

Monte Carlo

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8

Night Driver

$10.00



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Condition - MD 9

Off the Wall

$10.00



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Condition - F C SH 7

Orbit

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8

Outlaw

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8

Pin Pong

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8

Pong Doubles

$10.00



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Condition - MD H 8

Pong Doubles

$20.00



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Condition - MD 8.5

Poolshark

$10.00



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Condition - MD 9

Quadra Pong

$10.00



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Condition - MD 9

Qwak!

Sold



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Condition - MD SH 7.5

Rebound

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8.5

Red Baron

$10.00



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Condition - C 7.5

Skydiver

$10.00



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Condition - MD 7.5

Smokey Joe

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8

Soccer

$10.00



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Condition - MD 9

Space Duel

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8

Space Race

Sold



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Condition - MD H 8.5

Sprint One

$10.00



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Condition - MD 9

Sprint 4

$10.00



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Condition - MD 9

Sprint 8

$10.00



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Condition - MD 9

Starship 1

$10.00



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Condition - MD 9

Steeplechase!

$10.00



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Condition - MD 8

Street Racer Home Booklet

$10.00



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Condition - Mint

Stunt Cycle

$10.00



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Condition - MD 9

Subs

$10.00



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Condition - MD 7.5

Super Breakout

$10.00



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Condition - MD 7.5

Tempest

Sold



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Condition - MD 9

Touch-Me

$12.00



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Condition - MD 9.5

Tournament Table

$10.00



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Condition - MD 9

Trak 10

$10.00



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Condition - MD 9.5

Trak 10

Sold



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Condition - H 8.5

Triple Hunt

$10.00



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Condition - MD 9

Video Pinball

$10.00



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Condition - MD 9

Warlords

$10.00



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Condition - MD 7.5


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