Manufacturer Atari

Color Vector Monitor Extension Cable

Original Atari WG 6100 video extension cable

Original color vector monitor extension cable. These were used in some Atari color vector games, we believe they are part of the original wiring harness, used to extend the video connection from the main harness to the monitor. Used in Wells Gardner 6100 color vector monitors.  Extension cord measures 24" and has been tested and works fine. Would work well on a test bench as well. Original Atari Part Number A038593-01.

Year 1980
Genre Shooter
Related Game Title Tempest
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Quick Game Facts

In Tempest, you control a "shooter" that is moved around the outside of a fixed track. In many cases, this looks like a "tube" drawn in three dimensions. Enemies come up the tube, and you have to destroy them, and (hopefully) avoiding them if they make it all the way up to the top. You control your shooter with a spinner, shoot with a fire button, and you're given a "super-zapper" to use once on each level.

Coin-Op Overview

Tempest is one of the most collectible games. By many accounts, it is collected even more than games like Dragon's Lair and Pac-Man.

Later, a software (ROM change) was created that has new levels. It's called Tempest Tubes, and can be played by changing a few programmed ROMs.

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Coin-Op Technical Details
Year: 1980
Manufacturer: Atari
Genre: Shooter
Players: 2P
Conversion Class: unique
Monitor Type: Vector
Orientation: Vertical