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Sunday 7th October 2012
paul (ireland)

pdillon82@yahoo.com G7000 for sale with lots games


Sunday 7th October 2012
Paul (Ireland)

Have G7000 with lots games for sale e-mail myself.Paul


Saturday 22nd November 2008
Andy MacLarty (UK)

The Philips G7000 also provided assembly programming via the purchase of a program card although the actual input of your own code was rather long-winded and often ended in a complete reset being required.

It came complete with two extremely hard-wearing (self centring) joysticks.

I owned one of the first ones and loved it for its excellent defender and asteroids gamepacks.
The game $ion was very limited, but the prices were reasonable and the unit itself was reliable.
Audio was via the television speaker not an internal speaker.


Thursday 31st January 2008
robert (mr_yeahman) (Earth)

The system lacks of ports, the two joysticks and the tv-output is stuck on the system.
Also, the system don´t have any powerswitch, I use to unplug the jacket everytime I´m not playing this console.
My console is manufactured 1981, I think..


Tuesday 18th April 2006
Adam (Neo-Tokyo)

The Videopac system also had a music-composer cartridge, where you could compose music and see notes on the screen. The music-composer cartridge was mostly sold with an extra organ-keyboard, so you could make music with the Videopac System! (and that in 1979...)


Thursday 30th June 2005
Morten Slott Hansen (Earth)

I remeber having one when I was about 7-8 years old (I was born 1975). There were lots of fun games such as a pacman ripoff where you had to eat a work :-) But worth mentioning is the chess game which cast almost twice as much as the console itself due to a onboard CPU (or something like that) in the chess game cartridge - talk about early dual cpu :-) Then there was the infamouse games of "lord of the rings" and "world war" where a keyboard overlay was used to further enhance the gaming experience - that was pretty cool for someone my age!!!





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