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Saturday 4th April 2020
Jeff Knight (Australia)

I still have one, unused but still in one piece, and yes it was powered by C batteries.


Monday 2nd October 2006
Jeff Grubbs (USA)

We had this in the early 80's. I think we purchased it at radio shack. Yes all it was, was a glorified pong game, but the family spent hours playing it.I don't believe that it took batteries.





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