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S > SOUNDIC > Victory MPT-02


 

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Monday 5th December 2011
demonoidtentacle (Australia)

@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.


Saturday 20th November 2010
rabih (australia)

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


Tuesday 13rd April 2010
Laurie (Melbourne, 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).


Monday 19th March 2007
Mark (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)

WoW!
when dad bought one of these in 1978 we thought we were in heaven! Pretty blue screen on some games!!.Those joysticks were paethietic though!!!...I recall playing 'blackjack' for hours....that was the best game on there!!!
And it was actually programable, to an extent;..you could get it to draw some incredible, albeit uncontrollable, graphics!!
Mark.





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