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Tele-Play SR

The main feature of this pong is of course its car racing game! Few systems offered this at the time, so it was a strong commercial advantage.

We have not been able to open the system yet, so we don't know which chip it uses. It could be the F4301 from Omnetics or the AY-3-8603 from General Instruments. Can anyone confirm?

We need more info about this pong ! If you designed, used, or have more info about this system, please send us pictures or anything you might find useful.
NAME  Tele-Play SR
ORIGIN  Europe
YEAR  Unknown
BUILT IN GAMES  Football (soccer), Handball, Hockey, Tennis, Car race
CONTROLLERS  2 controllers with joystick and button
CPU  Unknown
BUTTONS  12 to select games
SWITCHES  Ball angle, Paddle size, Ball speed, Power on/off, Reset score, Sound on/off
SCORE  On screen
SOUND  Through TV speaker
I/O PORTS  RF TV video output
PRICE  Unknown

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