It’s a prototype.
It’s a prototype.According to Atari, Peek-A-Boo was to be a revolutionary new video activity based on the familiar concepts of Peek-a-Boo and Hide ‘n’ Seek. It was supposed to teach important concepts such as spatial orientation, direction, and memory that build a child’s self-esteem and teach them to have fun on the Atari 2600. The … Read more
Grover’s Music Maker was originally called Monkey Music and featured a dancing monkey instead of Grover. Grover’s Music Maker was an attempt by Atari to introduce children to the music through some well known (and some not so well known) children’s tunes. The game was shown at the Winter 1983 Winter CES. It’s unknown why … Read more