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  1. Cavity (2012) for the Magnavox Odyssey 2 and Videopac consoles Your goal is to navigate your way through the cave while collecting various power-ups for points. As the game gradually increases in both speed and difficulty, you can collect a yellow power-up which temporarily stops the speed from increasing. If you get the special item by picking up the blinking power-up at the right moment, you will be rewarded with a massive boost to your score as well as an instant speed-down! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAVZnIU7gS8 Game Features: - Playable on Videopac and Odyssey2 consoles - High resolution title screen on Videopac+ consoles - Multicolor background and cave - Digitized speech using The voice add-on - Internet highscore uploading - Online rewards system Screenshots: Release Information: This game is available on cartridge with a limited release of 100 copies. The game package contains of a Cartridge, manual and index card only. The plastic case can be offered for an additional fee. For information about how to order this game as well as other Revival Studios Games for the Magnavox Odyssey2 , Videopac and other systems, check out the Revival Studios website at: http://www.revival-studios.com Enjoy!
  2. Mage - The Enchanted Crystals (2012) for the Magnavox Odyssey 2 and Videopac consoles Join Wizzy in his first full fledged adventure game! While working on a powerful spell,Wizzy's father was being watched by others. As a precaution he captured the spell inside a crystal and divided it into 4 pieces, which he buried inside the mines, just south of your village. It is now up to you to collect these pieces and bring them together inside the enchanted chest to ensure the spell doesn�t fall into the wrong hands. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcD6qczYIJY Game Features: - Playable on Videopac and Odyssey2 consoles - High resolution background on Videopac+ consoles - Multicolored backgrounds and sprites - Digitized speech using The voice add-on - Internet highscore uploading - Online rewards system Screenshots: Release Information: This game is available on cartridge with a limited release of 100 copies. The game package contains of a Cartridge, manual and index card only. The plastic case can be offered for an additional fee. For information about how to order this game as well as other Revival Studios Games for the Magnavox Odyssey2 , Videopac and other systems, check out the Revival Studios website at: http://www.revival-studios.com Enjoy!
  3. Here I show you the “C7051 Game Recorder” which is a flashcart for old Magnagvox Odyssey2, Philips Videopac and Jopac gaming consoles: http://youtu.be/NUe_C_bwI-Q
  4. So I have been looking around the forums for quite awhile know and I have found little to nothing about the Odyssey 2 being discussed on here. Doesn't anyone like/play them here often? I've had mine for about 4 years now and i have manages to get around 10-12 CIB Odyssey 2 games. If anyone has memories, or want to shed some light on this subject please do! Thanks, SSG
  5. Today I was playing my currently aquired Odyssey2 when the fire button on the left controller just quit working. Now this one has the 'wired' controllers that you have to pop the console apart to unplug. I knew I had one or two spares in a batch of controllers I saved from a damp basement, so tried them out. Well, the first didn't work at all, but the rusty one works! Thank goodness! Anyways, is there a way to repair these critters? I was looking inside the one that quit on me and... well... it looks like a gutless wonder. Actually, I should pull one of the plug in type units apart and see what the differences are. These self-center where the plug in types I have don't.
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