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By On 19 Jan, 2012 At 03:58 PM | Categorized As Classic | With No Comments

The TV Boy was a handheld TV game produced by many different companies, including Systema, Akor, and NICS, based upon an unlicensed clone of Atari 2600 hardware. They were widely available across Europe. In the UK they were most visibly available through Argos. Users can play any one of 127 built-in games. In the UK, […]


By On 14 Oct, 2011 At 04:08 PM | Categorized As Classic | With No Comments

Atari Flashback 3 Atari Flashback 3 (60 original Atari game included) The Classic is Back. Atari Flashback 3 is the return of the ever popular Atari games inside a newly designed retro console with two stylish and updated controllers. New features include Game saving and Re-starting functions Product Features 60 Built-In ATARI Games Two ATARI Flashback® 2600 […]


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By On 14 Jun, 2011 At 08:40 PM | Categorized As Classic | With No Comments

Neo Geo Games.  This is a list of games available at Player’s Choice.  Buy, Sell, and Trade Neo Geo Games Products Thumbnail Name Info Price QTY Order Aero Fighters 2 (Neo Geo)  Info $22.49   Notify Me When Stock Is Available Aero Fighters 3 (Neo Geo)  Info $64.49   Notify Me When Stock Is Available […]


By On 27 May, 2011 At 06:25 PM | Categorized As Classic | With 2 Comments

The Telstar is a series of video game consoles produced by Coleco from 1976 to 1978. Starting with Telstar Pong clone based on General Instrument’s AY-3-8500 chip in 1976, there were 14 consoles released in the Telstar branded series. Telstar was a series of video game models made by Coleco which preceded the Colecovision by […]


By On 15 May, 2011 At 01:51 PM | Categorized As Classic | With 4 Comments

After Ralph Baer and Magnavox proved that home video game systems were feasible, Atari’s Al Alcorn was eager to do a home version of Pong. His project was code named “Darlene” after a female coworker that worked with Alcorn at the time.  In the fall of 1974, Alcorn began developing the “Darlene” system. Several months later  Atari […]


By On 14 May, 2011 At 11:26 AM | Categorized As Classic | With 1 Comment

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Nolan Bushnell’s first exposure to video games was a game called “Spacewar.” Programmed by an MIT student named Steve Russell in the early sixties, this game has circulated computer labs across the country by the time Bushnell would play it in a lab at the University of Utah in 1962. He would spend the next seven years of his […]


By On 12 May, 2011 At 10:35 PM | Categorized As Classic | With No Comments

By On 10 May, 2011 At 08:38 PM | Categorized As Classic | With 6 Comments

  Magnavox Odyssey After the rejection by the military of Raplh Baer’s idea, Baer would spend several years covertly trying to obtain the legal rights to commercially reproduce the game machine he helped design at Sanders Associates in 1966.Eventually the Pentagon became disinterested in the “TV Game” project, and Baer was allowed to pursue the […]


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