Hello, today I am showing a copy of Bachelor Party for the 2600 that I believe MAY BE a prototype. To tell the truth I am not sure since I have never seen a pic of the board inside a copy since to get a pic of the board one would have to destroy the label on the front to unscrew the case. If it is not a prototype it may be a reproduction, but I believe that to be unlikely, because the seller I acquired it from at a flea market had a few dozen 2600 games that were all original with their label fully intact. What puzzles me about this game is that it is the only game in the lot that did not have its original label, and it appeared to never have one, because there was/is no evidence of sticker residue on it. ( I have never cleaned the case) and unless the original owner some reason completely took off the label and cleaned it well I believe it never had the label. Also the board inside the case has an EPROM, which is unusual since I have never seen/heard of a regular run of the mill game cart having one since they are more delicate than regular rom chips. Also the 2 chips on the board are not soldered in, but instead appear to be removable, because they are placed into small holes similar to a socket, but they are glued in.
Bachelor Party Board
Cover of Bachelor Party cart
Genuine 2600 dev board I have for comparison
Standard 2600 game with metal shield that used to cover rom chip
2600 reproduction board for comparison