Atari Joystick With Classic Games Is Ideal Christmas Stocking Stuffer

Posted: Nov 11 2003, 10:40pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:48am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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Atari Joystick with Classic Games is ideal Christmas Stocking Stuffer
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The Atari Joystick with built-in Games is in solid supply now. We reported about it several times over the last month and it was always hard to get. With $19.99 this is a great low-cost and fun Gadget for Christmas.

Get The Atari Joystick with Classic 10 Games for $19.99 At Amazon.com.

Atari 10-In-1 TV Games, is a plug and play 8-bit gaming system that contains 10 classic and beloved Atari videogames in one Atari 2600 authentic joystick replica. Just plug the joystick into your TV and play. This is really cool, especially for 25USD. Jakks Pacific manufactures those nostalgic devices.

For more info visit the manufacturer site:
JakksTVGames.com

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