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Jeux TV

This is another "pong-in-a-case" system. You can easily carry this one away to play pong anywhere you want ;-) The design is very sober, only metallic and wooden parts. It looks like it has been made by hand in very limited quantities.

The system offers the classic games of the General Instrument AY-3-8500 chipset. The game selection is made through a big knob in the middle of the system. There are also some holes made in the metalic case, to let the sound of the speaker pass through.

ORIGIN  France
YEAR  1977
BUILT IN GAMES  Tennis, Football (soccer), Hockey, Practice, Shoot
CONTROLLERS  Two paddles with a knob and a button
CPU  General Instruments AY-3-8500F
SWITCHES  Ball angle, Paddle size, Ball speed, Power on/off
SCORE  On screen
COLORS  Black & white
SOUND  Built-in speaker
I/O PORTS  RF TV video output
BATTERIES  6 x 1,5v
GUN  Yes

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