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This one is one the last pong built so it's quite complete and offers everything a player needs to play pong in good conditions.

The use of the Motorola M-588135 chipset makes it possible to choose a different bat size for each player. The system has even an on/off sound switch (quite useful)!

This pong is the same system as the more famous Nintendo Color TV Game-15. The Motorola M-588315 chipset is indeed a clone of the Mitsubishi Electric M58816P chipset used in the Nintendo system. Games are the same.

ORIGIN  Europe
YEAR  1982
BUILT IN GAMES  Hockey, Football, Tennis, Practice, Shoot
CONTROLLERS  2 detachable controllers with knob and button
CPU  Motorola M-588135
SWITCHES  Paddle size left, Paddle size right, Ball angle, Ball speed, Sound on/off, Power on/off
SCORE  On screen
SOUND  Built-in speaker
I/O PORTS  RF TV video output
BATTERIES  6 x 1,5v batteries
GUN  Yes

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