video games gallery from the last century

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Videomaster

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Videomaster Colour Cartridge

1979

Videomaster Colourscore II

1978

Videomaster Colourscore VM11

1977

Videomaster Colourshot

1977

Videomaster Grand Master

1979


Variante de Videomaster Star Chess.

Videomaster Home TV Game MKII VM577

1975


Still sold as model VM 577, this second version of the 1974 Videomaster Home T.V Game uses the same electronic board, but housed into a nicely redesigned metal case with bronze finish (a more robust solution the original and fragile plastic case).
The power switch has been moved from the top side to the front side where the controllers plug. The system was hand assembled like the initial version. It is unknown if it was available as a kit. Moreover, the serial sticker did not stick well to the bottom side and is almost always lost.
One of our specimens indicates 10 095, wich gives an interesting idea of how many specimens of the first model were made: up to 10 000.


 Carcasa en color bronce

Videomaster Home TV Game MKIII VM3

1975


Tercera version

Videomaster Home TV Game VM577

1974


Videomaster es unos de los primeros fabricantes de videojuegos en Europa, posiblemente el primero.

Esta compañía establecida en Londres comenzó en 1974 y entre 1974 hasta 1979 saco mas de 15 sistemas, algunos de estos sistemas iban en modo de kit de montaje, para los aficionados de electrónica y ahorrar algo de dinero

Videomaster Olympic Home TV Game

1975

Videomaster Rally Home TV Game

1975

Videomaster Sportsworld

1978

Videomaster Strika

1977

Videomaster Strika 2

1977

Videomaster Superscore

1976

Videomaster Superscore Kit

1976

Videomaster Superscore carry case

1976

Videomaster Superscore export

1976

Videomaster Visionscore

1977