Is Cubicolor the rarest Atari game ever? According to the seller, only 50 were produced, and this one is for #24/50 — it sold for a hefty $1,692.78 on eBay.

In 1982 Imagic programmer Rob Fulop wrote a game based on a 2-player variant of the popular Rubik’s Cube puzzle. His game, Cubicolor, wasn’t approved by Imagic while he was in their employ and years later he set off to make the game available to others that he thought might appreciate the work. In 1993, Fulop offered copies for sale via the “2600 Connection” newsletter, at $100 each.

Is Cubicolor the rarest Atari game ever? According to the seller, only 50 were produced, and this one is for #24/50 — it sold for a hefty $1,692.78 on eBay.

In 1982 Imagic programmer Rob Fulop wrote a game based on a 2-player variant of the popular Rubik’s Cube puzzle. His game, Cubicolor, wasn’t approved by Imagic while he was in their employ and years later he set off to make the game available to others that he thought might appreciate the work. In 1993, Fulop offered copies for sale via the “2600 Connection” newsletter, at $100 each.