Nice pong system from Slovenia. Little is known about it.
If offers six classic games (4 pong games + 2 shooting games) and thus must be certainly powered by a AY-3-8500 chipset from General Instruments, like mots other pong systems of that time.
All functions are chosen through nice white, green and orange push buttons. Paddle are controlled with two detachable controllers or sliders built-in the console itself. Indeed, the system pictured here use controllers whereas the system shown on the box (More pictures page) has built-in sliders...
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Sunday 11th February 2018
...last week i was at computer museum "Peek $ Poke" at Rijeka, Croatia...my 2nd visit... ...although museum was officially closed i managed to enter $ saw some new exponates...between them Gorenje Geti-3220 in action...it was running pong...! :-D