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Tax Avoiders

Tax Avoiders

Genre: Action, Plate-forme

Tax Avoiders is a single-player video game for the Atari 2600 released in 1982. It was conceived by Darrell Wagner at Dunhill Electronics; he was billed on the packaging as a "Licensed Tax Consultant and former IRS Revenue Agent". The game was developed by Todd Clark Holm, "an independant (sic) investment advisor, registered with the S.E.C.". Game designed by John Simonds and published by American Videogame.

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Release date 1982
Developer Dunhill Electronics
Genre Action, Plate-forme
Publisher American Videogame
Platforms Atari 2600


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