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H > HANIMEX  > SD 070 Colour (programmable TV-game console)  > Software list > Software detail


Supersportic  
also known as Supersportif

The PC-501 cartridge is based on the AY-3-8610 chipset from General Instruments, thus offering 8 pong-style games (squash, squash practice, tennis, hockey, basketball, basketball practice, football, gridball) and 2 target games.



 SOFTWARE RELATIONS:

    Supersportic was inspired by Pong (*multiple ports*)
    Supersportic is related to Big Sports 12 (Epoch Cassette Vision)


SCREENSHOTS

Pelote / Squash

Hockey

Tennis

Tir à deux / Target II

entrainement tir / Target I

Basketball

football / soccer

grille / gridball

entrainement basketball / basketball practice

mur d'entrainement / practice


MEDIA

french cartridge

inside cartridge


MISC DOCUMENTATION

french documentation

french doc - recto

french doc - verso


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year of release 1977
companies Hanimex
type game
media cartridge
systems Hanimex SD-050/SD-070/SD-090 systems
number of players 1 - 2 players (versus)
staff unknown
tags ball and paddle, basketball, football, hockey, sport, squash, tennis



 
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