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Tuesday 28th May 2019
Klaus Ruthmann (Germany)

The console was my favourite christmas wish 1979 / 1980. The whole family stuck together in front of a tube-colour-tv and tried to jump with the motorcycle above the busses or trying to hit a coloured box before it vanishes in the shooting game. Marvellous! For me this console stand for simple joy and pleasure and made me wish to create my very own video games. So I bought a Sharp PC-1211 and afterwards a Commodore VC-20. Many hours of joy and faszinating work are connected with this machines!


Saturday 12th June 2010
Jochen (Germany)

My multispiel 4014 still has a pricetag saying: 168,00 DM (Deutschmark) which nowadays would be about 86 EURO.





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