On this page, you'll learn a little about the people behind the 2600 Connection.
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Scott Stilphen

Scott Stilphen has always been a major contributor to the 2600 Connection almost right from the beginning, starting with issue #2 in 1990, all the way up to the final issue in 2009.  During that time, he wrote the "Atari 2600 Playing Strategies" column, conducted dozens of interviews with former game designers and programmers, and compiled the most comprehensive collection of classic gaming Easter egg information. He's also discovered and archived quite possibly the most previously-unreleased prototypes and demos for the Atari 2600 of anyone - some 30 programs (and counting)! His contributions have also been instrumental to other websites and organizations over the years, such as Arcade-Museum (KLOV), The Arcade Flyer Archive, Atarimania, Emuparadise, CreatiVEmu, and Classic Gaming Expo, to name a few.

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