Digital Press banner
Video Game Guide w/ Rarity & Some Other Info

Welcome to the Digital Press "Virtual" Collector's Guide

From here you have access to our database of over 40,000 titles from the original Odyssey right up through the Nintendo DS. Note that this ever-expanding database of information is updated DAILY, so if you spot something missing or strange, let us know! You can also add games to your own personal collection list, want list, or "for trade" list by checking off the appropriate column on the next screen.

Online Guide FAQ

Game information for "Philly Flasher/Cathouse Blues" - DP Online Rarity Guide

Game ID: 23265

Console / System: Atari 2600

Title: Philly Flasher/Cathouse Blues

Scarcity (loose): 7

Value in USD (loose): 60

Scarcity (complete): 0

Value in USD (complete): 0

Publisher: PlayAround

Section: 1

Designer: Joel H. Martin

Developer: Video Soft

Style: Adult

Description: Philly Flasher is a female version of Beat 'Em & Eat 'Em while Cathouse Blues is a male version of Gigolo. Cathouse Blues is an original game by Video Soft (designer and programmer unknown). The music is a song called "Blues in the Night", written by Harold Arlen in 1941 for a movie by the same name. The movie required a blues song to be sung in a jail cell.

Landmark: Former AMI (Mystique) president Stewart Kesten's partner, Joel Martin, formed PlayAround after AMI sold the rights to its games to a company called Game Source, who then sold them to PlayAround. Stewart Kesten was the former president of AMI and Martin's partner while there. PlayAround is noted for being the 1st company to create "2 in 1" cartridges (later used by XONOX).

Release date (MM/DD/YYYY): 1982

Country / region: USA

Part #: 201

Screenshot: Screenshot



Comment on the Retrogaming Roundtable forum.

Software was written by Nz17.
Software is copyrighted © 2011 – 2017 by Nz17.
Guide contents are copyright © 1991 – 2017 Digital Press. All rights reserved.

Digital Press HQ
Return to DP HQ