The excavation of the “Atari Burial Ground” happened back in April 2014, and the team of archaeologists continues to write about it. Team member Bill Caraher blogged “Objects, Media, and […]
FROM THE EDITOR: A second winning eBay bidder reached out to Archaeogaming to talk about the reasons behind the desire to obtain one of the copies of E.T. excavated from […]
Introduction I received the comments below on Nov. 16, 2014, from an anonymous winning bidder of one of the E.T. games from the excavation in Alamogordo, New Mexico, that were […]
Watch this space! I am still in Alamogordo to continue our archaeological work with the team today, April 27th, but will blog about the real-world excavation of video games when I am home. It’s like Tron, but in reverse. Or LARPing Dig Dug. For science.
I am extraordinarily happy to announce that the Xbox Wire published its press release today about the April 26th excavation of the Atari Landfill (aka Atari Dump Site, E.T. Burial Ground, etc.) in Alamogordo, New Mexico. I’m part of the team of archaeologists referenced in the press release, and will be joined by archaeologists Richard Rothaus, Bill Caraher, and Lindsay […]