German Videogame Books

in no particular order right now, mostly paperbacks...

Computer Spiele
Christa-Maria Sopart

(c) 1984 by Knaur. This excellent German book provides a broad overview over various home consoles and computers as well as electronic board games and handhelds. Many b/w phtos showing ultra-rare collectibles (Atari VCS cartridge copiers, games by Tigervision and Dynamics, Creativsion console, Lindy tabletops etc.).
4.5 x 7", ca. 140 pages, ca. 50 b/w photos and illustrations, ER++.

Video Spiele
Peer & Ulrich Blumenschein

(c) 1982 by Knaur. Another excellent book from Knaur, this one presents winning strategies for the 13 most popular arcade games and gives a nice overview over the most popular (at that time) home consoles (Atari VCS, Intellivision, Philips Videopac G7000, Interton VC 4000). It has a two page color ad from Atari, a four page color ad from Intellivision and a really cool four page color ad from Philips Videopac.
4.5 x 7", ca. 160 pages, ca. 30 b/w photos and illustrations, 10 color pages with video game ads, ER+.

Spaß auf der Mattscheibe
Helfe Andersen

(c) 1983 by Bastei Lübbe. Presents popular home consoles: Atari VCS, Colecovision, Hanimex HMG 2650, Interton VC 4000, Intellivision, Philips Videopac G7000 and Vectrex. Contains hundreds of b/w screen shots
4.5 x 7", ca. 240 pages, hundreds of b/w photos and illustrations, ER+.

So gewinnt man gegen Video- and Computer-Spiele
Christine Kerler

(c) 1982 by Falken Verlag. Shows winning strategies for games for home consoles, home computers, handhelds, tabletops and electronic board games. Has a lot of  b/w photos of rare stuff like Casio game calculators and watches, Otto Maier electronic board games, Tomy Mini Arcades and others.
4.5 x 7", ca. 160 pages, ca. 35 b/w photos and illustrations, ERo.

Das grosse Handbuch des Video-Spiele
Hartmut Huff

(c) 1983 Wilhelm Heyne Verlag. Presents the following home consoles: Atari VCS, Atari 5200, Colecovision, Intellivision, Hanimex HMG 2650, Interton VC 4000, Palladium, Philips Videopac G7000, Unimex Mark X.
4.5 x 7", ca. 220 pages, 16 color screen shots, ca. 50 of b/w photos and illustrations, ER+.