video games gallery from the last century

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3DGames
AppleII
AtariClone
BarcodeGames
Colecovision
EmersonArcadia2
FairchildChanne
Famiclone
Gamate
GameMaster
IntertonVC4000F
Japan
Kits
LightGun
MagnavoxOdyssey
MattelIntellivi
MattelElectroni
MegaDuckCougarB
MicroprocessorT
MSX1
MSX2
MSX2+
MSXturboR
PC50xFamily
PhilipsMagnavox
RCAStudioII
SD2xxFamily
Simon
SinclairZX8
SinclairZXSpect
SpanishPongs
TankCombat
Tetris
TVPong
VHSVideoGames
VTechCreativisi
WataraSupervisi


TVPong

Pongs:13 Art

Blaupunkt Santiago Color TS

Color Tele-Match Cassette 1

1978

Color Tele-Match Cassette 2

1978


 AY-3-8610

Color Tele-Match Cassette 3

1978


 AY-3-8610

Grundig Tele-Spiele 1

1977


Al contrario de lo que falsamente indicaban algunos vendedores respecto a la Magnavox Odyssey, este pong sí que necesita un televisor específico Grundig para funcionar.


Se conecta directamente al televisor Grundig

Ideal-Computer Tele-Match Cassette

1977


Los fabricantes de televisores ITT Schaub-Lorenz , Graetz y Ingelen crearon un sistema de juegos con casetes conectables al televisor.

Tele-Match Cassette es compatible con los modelos de televisor:

ITT Schaub Lorenz
Ideal color 1922
Ideal color 1941
Ideal color 1943
Ideal color 1946
Ideal color 1947
Ideal color 1948
Ideal color 1949
Ideal color 1963
Ideal color 1968
Ideal color 3968

Graentz
Prafektcolor 2944
Herzog color 2941
Peer color 2943
Peer color 2963
Exzellenz color 2948
Exzellenz color 2968

Ingelen
Weltblick color 6948
Weltblick color 6945
Weltblick color 6944
Weltblick color 6943
Weltblick color 6941

Magnavox Odyssey 4305

1976

Marx TV Tennis

1974


By the early 1970s the Marx Company had fallen on hard times. In 1972, Louis Marx sold his company to the Quaker Oats Company. Having largely ignored industry trends toward electronic toys, Quaker struggled to keep Marx going. In 1972, Marx attempted to capitalize on the success of Pong with a mechanical version called T.V. Tennis. Contrary to its name, T.V. Tennis could not be played on a television. Instead, Marx designed the plastic game to resemble a TV without any electronic components except a battery-powered motor and a glowing light bulb that acted as a tennis ball. Unfortunately for Marx, its mechanical Pong imitator was not a success. In 1976, Quaker sold its Marx division to a British conglomerate, who finally shutdown Marx and liquidated its assets in the early 1980s.

Nordmende Color Teleplay

1980


Se adapta a algunos modelos de televisores Nordmende

Salora Playmaster

Siemens Bildmeister Turnier FZ2001

1977