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Victory MPT-02

The Soundic Victory MPT-02 is a clone of one of the first home videogame systems, the RCA Studio II (see this entry for more info).

In opposition to the Studio II, the Victory MPT-02 has detachable controllers. Those controllers are composed of 10 buttons labeled from 0 to 9. More surprising, the Victory MPT-02 is the only Studio II clone system to offer alternative joysticks: real ones, with a stick and a fire button... more practical for action games.

It is interesting to notice that MPT-02 systems are Studio RCA 2 software-compatible, MPT-03 are Emerson Arcadia 2001 software-compatible and MPT-04/05 systems are Interton VC-4000 software-compatible systems... It is not clear yet who is at the origin of the MPT systems (help welcome), but it might be well Soundic.

If you want to learn more about the RCA Studio II and its clones, click here.

We need more info about this computer ! If you designed, used, or have more info about this system, please send us pictures or anything you might find useful.



@rabih, The MPT-02 usually sell VERY cheap, as they are regarded as an undesirable system. Untested they go for about $10, working with spacewar intercept go for around $20, that''s including the box. They pop up every now and again in garage sales.

Monday 5th December 2011
demonoidtentacle (Australia)

can anyone tell me what my victory Soundic Victory MPT-02 system complete with sapcewar intercept is worth,
i havent actually tested it yet

Saturday 20th November 2010
rabih (australia)

We got this back in 1978 too, and we thought it was the best thing ever! On a trip to Singapore a year later we managed to buy most of the cartridges (e.g. Baseball, Speedway/Tag, Pinball, etc.). We played the 4 built in games over and over again - especially the Bowling, and loved making patterns and doodles with ''Patterns'' and ''Doodle''! I remember being able to get simple colour screens too? My friend at the time had the same machine but it wasn''t a ''Victory'' it was a ''Sheen''.

Anyway we sold it in the early 80s (and ''upgraded'' to a Dick Smith Wizzard which I still have), but I recently managed to buy one again, which still works well (but with only a few cartridges - wish I had kept my original ones).

Tuesday 13rd April 2010
Laurie (Melbourne, Australia)


NAME  Victory MPT-02
ORIGIN  Hong Kong
YEAR  ? 1978
KEYBOARD  Two built-in keypads (10 keys: numbers from O to 9) + two joysticks
CPU  RCA 1802
SPEED  1.78 MHz
CO-PROCESSOR  CDP1861 video display chipset
RAM  512 bytes (normally 256 bytes display RAM, 256 bytes program RAM)
GRAPHIC MODES  64 x 32 (theoretical maximum of 64 x 128 is possible)
COLORS  yes (at least 4)
SOUND  Single channel buzzer
SIZE / WEIGHT  Unknown
I/O PORTS  Cartridge slot, video output & power in
OS  at least 13 cartridges planned (confirmed?)
POWER SUPPLY  external power supply (6v DC, 600 mA - -(o- +)
PRICE  Unknown

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