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Platform: Atari 2600
Tags: Action
Developer: Activision


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Barnstorming review

Reviewed January 01, 2004

ddsilver says: "Steve Cartwright, of Activision brings us the focus of our discussion today, Barnstorming. This was Cartwright's freshman effort for Activision, and it turned out pretty well for him. Steve Cartwright went on to have an incredible career in video game programming, and this game was a brilliant start. Cartwright really knew how to coax maximum performance from the Atari 2600. "
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