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  1. Here I show you the AudioSonic / Radofin 1292 (1392) Advanced Programmable Video System released around 1979. The same game system was also marketed under several different other brand names, like e.g. Acetronic, Hanimex, Fountain, Prinztronic, Lansay, Grandstand and many more. The technology is based on the German Interton VC 4000 console, which was released in 1978.
  2. I thought it is time to show "The Voice of Odyssey2" in action on video. I now could connect it to my European PAL G7400 thanks to the Voice+ adapter. I also got the C7060 multicart.
  3. Here I show you the Interton VC 4000 video game console from Germany that first came out in 1978: http://youtu.be/RsJQLslLwtE
  4. Will Mrs. VectrexRoli find out that Roland got new Vectrex stuff? Is Tony´s collectors guide really 100% complete? Is the YASI overlay from VectrexMad well made? And how are the new VecAdapt and the game “Sternenkrieger”?... Well, let´s find out! http://youtu.be/VJaycM161ns
  5. Here we will have a look at the good old Commodore VIC-20: And here the same video in 3D:
  6. Just in case you have not seen already the 3D homebrew game Hyper Fighting for the Nintendo Virtual Boy: http://youtu.be/nW8lPCNEFGc
  7. This here is a quite nice add-on for your Sinclair ZX81, ZX80, TS/1000 and TS/1500: http://youtu.be/pjyTaPXhhcc
  8. I wanted to share my video about the Sinclair ZX80 homecomputer from 1980, maybe also interesting for some of you:
  9. Here I would like to share my latest video about the Japanese Bandai Vectrex: If you want to watch it in 3D use this link here:
  10. Let's have a look at flashcarts and multicarts for the Vectrex and also the Sean Kelly repro cartridge shells. You will also see the new homebrew shooter game VecZ.
  11. I know this is AtariAge and not NintendoAge, but maybe some of you still want to check out a nice new homebrew game for the obscure Nintendo Pokémon Mini system:
  12. I thought that maybe some of you would like to see the GCE Arcade-Time Watch from 1982 in action:
  13. Finally got also an AtariVox+ for my 2600 and quite happy with that. If you have not seen that device in action, here is a little video I made: http://youtu.be/4UXBZEg3q_Y
  14. For those who like the Vectrex, that might be interesting for you: http://youtu.be/DkK0Cpo0e5g
  15. Here I show you the pre-release version of the new upcoming Mateos Rewritable Multigame Cartridge for the Atari 7800 gaming console:
  16. Let´s have a look at the very interesting Pong game console ES 2201 from Philips. This came out in several European countries in 1975, the system had even game cartridges and the controllers plugged into those cartridges and not the main unit!
  17. Here I show my Plug & Play collection on video. In case you have a Nintendo "New 3DS" or other 3D equipment there is also a 3D version of that video available. [media]https://youtu.be/UWXY-Vl93wU[/media] 3D version: [media]https://youtu.be/kuiijmFVcVQ[/media]
  18. Here I show the 8 classic Texas Instruments TI-99/4A games Parsec, Alpiner, Star Trek, M*A*S*H, Microsurgeon, Moon Mine, Fathom and Buck Rogers. All those games on cartridge work on unexpanded TI-99 computers, but also support the optional speech synthesizer.
  19. I would like to share my latest Commodore Amiga 500 video:
  20. Here you see the Vectrex homebrew games VeCaves, Spike´s Spree and Vectrexagon in action:
  21. Here I have a look at an early prerelease version of the new Mateos Rewritable Multigame Cartridge:
  22. Here I tell you about Vectrex controllers.
  23. Here I show you 3 electromechanical games: First we will have a look at the tennis game Blip, also called World Tennis, or Blip-o-Matic, then we will have a look at the racing game Formel 1, also called Action Racer, made by Alps Toy. The last game you will see is Tricky Traps from Tomy also known under the name Aaaaghh!
  24. I thought I will show “The Lord of the Rings – Warrior of Middle-Earth” Plug & Play TV game on video as it is pretty unique in my opinion. This was made by Tiger in 2004 and I would say that this is one of the better Plug & Play systems in my collection:
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