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P > PHILIPS  > Videopac C52


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Philips  Videopac C52 pong. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Saturday 21st March 2015
Andres Serrano-Jordan (Spain)

You don''t mention there was a C7420 BASIC module released that allowed you to save your programs to cassette.

Tuesday 19th June 2012
Frederic (France)

There was something interesting with this machine : There were almost no "licenced" (by this I mean official port of famous game) games, but instead they were variations around the concepts, sometimes adding to the original.
By example, in the Pacman-like game the ghosts home portal was moving, and there was a level editor $ in the Space-Invaders-like game ($22) when your ship was destroyed you could trade shelters for a new ship $ the Asteroid-like game had an interesting shield-or-shoot gameplay...
Some other games had very funny animations (catapult).

Friday 16th July 2010
samantha podewski (germany)

thanks for being a little bit in the past with this site.
the videopac g7000 was my first console......

Monday 9th October 2006
andree (Sweden)

Wow, great website.

Myself started of as a 6 year old with the Philips Videopac C52.

That was 23 years ago.....

Amazing how stuff like this can bring sweet memories back to life.

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