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M > MAGNAVOX > Odyssey 200  > Software list > Software detail


MAGNAVOX
Odyssey 200

Tennis  

Nearly the same as Odyssey 100's Tennis, but here you can play with 4 paddles (4 players if you want).

Another improvement is the onscreen scoring, quite rudimentary: 2 small rectangles (at the bottom of the screen) are moving from left to right each time a player win a point. They disappear off-screen when they reach 15 points.

Of course there is still the "English" knob reminiscent of the first Odyssey. The English is used to curve the Ball Spot to fake out your opponent, adding fun to simple pong games.



 SOFTWARE RELATIONS:

    Tennis is the sequel of Tennis (Odyssey 100)
    Tennis is the prequel of Tennis (Magnavox Odyssey 400)


SCREENSHOTS

2 player game

4 player game




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year of release 1975
companies Magnavox
type game
media built-in system
systems Odyssey 200
number of players 2 - 4 players (versus)
staff unknown
tags ball and paddle, sport, tennis



 
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