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                     The Video Game Consoles F.A.Q.
                     Version VGC.01 - November 1999
                        Creators & Maintainers: 
                      Sly D.C. & Olivier Boisseau
                               
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               Welcome to the Video Game Consoles FAQ !!
          
                          TABLE OF CONTENTS
                         -------------------
                         
               1.0) Introduction
               2.0) All Consoles Released by Alphabeticaly Order
               3.0) Unclassified Systems
               4.0) Prototypes & Never Released
               5.0) Credits

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1.0) Introduction:
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Hi there reader, thanks for reading the Video Game Console FAQ. I (Sly)
begin to gather informations of video game consoles for more than 4 years 
now. This FAQ will be THE biggest one i have (and will) ever wrote in 3 
years. Since this FAQ is loaded with info, i couldn't updated all by 
myself, so i proposed to Olivier Boisseau if he would be my co-author on
this FAQ. And since he lives in France (me in Canada), he already posses
a great deal of information about the Europeans Video Game Consoles.

I wanted another co-author, someone who lives in Japan. Since i don't 
understand Japanese myself (just a few words), it would have been great
to have this third co-author. Many games and consoles are not know to us
fellow videogamers, well maybe in a near future someone could assist us
with all video game consoles that have came out in Japan & Asia.

Me and Olivier hope that you'll like this FAQ. Send your comments !!
And send any info that is missing from this FAQ, Thanks !!

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How the FAQ works:
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This is how the information is classified:

     Name         Company      Year   Continent or Country
------------------------------------------------------------    
R-Zone Headgear - Tiger Toys - 1995 - U.S.A & Europe

After we describe the console (color, clone or not, features...)
and if possible we put the specs of the consoles, the accessoires
(if any) and a list of games (cart/tapes/cards/built-in...).

Sometimes you will be refered to a console FAQ for more info, since
some consoles FAQs already exist, we try to put a link for every game
console so you can see what it's like. Any link will be added to the 
credit section too. So enough chit-chat, let's move on the good stuff!

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2.0) All Consoles Released by Alphabeticaly Order:
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* "??? 720" - ?? - 19?? - Europe?
  ---------
  Famicom Clone. 

  Link:
  http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~pinwhiz/famicom.htm

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* ABC-999 - ?? - 19?? - Japan
  -------
  Famicom NTSC Clone   Note:This system is shaped like a car.

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* Acetronic MPU-1000 - ?? - 19?? - Europe
  ------------------ 
  Cart List: 

  #1   Olympics                #21  Draughts
  #2   Grand Prix              #22  Spiders Web
  #3   Blackjack               #23  Chess
  #4   Tank/Plane Battle       #24  Othello
  #5   Air Sea Battle          #25  Electronic Pinball
  #6   Shooting Gallery        #26  Super Knockout
  #7   Basic Math              #27  Invaders  
  #8   Math 2                  #29  Shootout
  #9   Challenge               #30  Space Wars
  #10? Auto Sport              #31  Lazer Attack
  #10? Codebreaker             #32  Backgammon
  #11  Supermaze               #33  Planet Defender
  #12  Horse Racing
  #13  Circus
  #14  Prizefight
  #15  Soccer
  #17  Musical Games
  #18  Treasure Hunt
  #19  Golf
  #20  Head On

  New Zealand Foutain carts are labeled:
  "Suitable for Fountain 1392, Radofin, Hanimex, Acetronic and Priztronic 
  Systems.
             
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* Acetronic MPU-2000 - ?? - 19?? - Europe
  ------------------
  For cart list, check out the section "Acetronic MPU-1000"

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* Action Max - Worlds of Wonder/Sourcing International Ltd - 1987 -
  ----------   U.S.A./Europe

  This is a system that needs Video VHS Tapes to play games. You hook
  up the Action Max to your video and your TV. The only controller you
  have is a Light Gun. When the tapes are playing, there are flashing
  dots that will appear, you shoot at them and you score.

  Known Games: .38 Ambush Alley, Hydrosub:2021, Rescue of Pops Ghostly
  and Sonic Fury.

  Link:
  http://mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/actionm.htm
  http://www.videogamenews.com/HTM/GamePageHistory/
  worlds_of_wonder_wow__action_max.htm

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* Adman Grandstand - Grandstand - 19?? - United Kingdom
  ----------------
  Channel F Clone. Check out Clint Dyer Channel F FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~pinwhiz/weird.htm

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* Advision Home Arcade - Advision - 1983? - France
  --------------------
  Arcadia 2001 clone. Check out Sly D.C. Arcadia 2001 FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www.emuclassics.com/slydc/arc-2001.htm

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* Aiwa CSD-GM1 - Aiwa - 1994 - Europe & Japan
  ------------ 
  Radio/CD Audio/Tape player with Megadrive & Mega CD built-in.

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* Amiga CD32 - Commodore - 1993 - Europe & Canada
  ----------
  Amiga based system with CD-ROM (2X). First 32bit console on the market

  Links:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/CD32.htm
  http://www.atari-computer.de/mjaap/computer/amicd32.htm
  http://members.aol.com/telespiel/cd32.htm
  http://gamma.nic.fi/~mikkohoo/peijoonit/cd32.htm

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* Amstrad GX4000 - Amstrad - 1990 - Europe
  --------------
  Basically a CPC6128+ computer but without a keyboard. No known 
  accessories.

  Specs: 
  ------
  Main Processor : Z80 at 4 MHz
  RAM            : 64k
  ROM            : 512k max. cartridges
  Sounds         : 4-Way Stereo channels
  Graphics       : 160x200 in 16 colors in a palette of 4096
	             320x200 in 4 colors in a palette of 4096
  Interface      : Cart port, 2 ports DB-9 for joysticks, Analog 
                   port for a complimentary joysticks (15 pins), 
                   Auxiliary control plug, Output RGB peritel, 
                   Amstrad Monitor output, output for headphone in 
                   stereo.


  Name of the game           Company                          Year  
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  BARBARIAN 2                PALACE SOFTWARE                   ??    
  BATMAN THE MOVIE           OCEAN                             ??    
  BURNIN RUBBER              OCEAN                            1990  
  CHASE HQ                   OCEAN                             ??    
  COPTER 271                 ????                             1990  
  CRAZY CARS 2               TITUS SOFTWARE                   1990  
  DICK TRACY                 TITUS SOFTWARE                   1991  
  ENFORCER (THE)             TRADING POST / TROJAN            1993  
  FIRE AND FORGET 2          TITUS                            1990  
  GAZZA 2                    EMPIRE                           1991  
  KLAX PLUS                  DOMARK / TENGEN                  1991  
  MEAN STREETS               TITUS SOFTWARE                    ??    
  MYSTICAL                   INFOGRAMES                        ??    
  NAVY SEALS                 OCEAN                            1991  
  NO EXIT                    TOMAHAWK                         1990  
  OPERATION THUNDERBOLT      OCEAN                             ??    
  PANG                       OCEAN                            1991  
  PLOTTING                   OCEAN                            1991  
  PRO TENNIS 2               UBI SOFT                         1993  
  PRO TENNIS TOUR            UBI SOFT                          ??    
  ROBOCOP                    OCEAN                            1993  
  ROBOCOP 2                  OCEAN                            1991  
  SCI / CHASE HQ 2           OCEAN                            1990  
  SKEET SHOOT                TROJAN                           1993  
  SUPER PINBALL MAGIC        LORICIEL                         1991
  SWITCH BLADE               GREMLIN GRAPHICS                 1991  
  TENNIS CUP 2               LORICIEL                         1991  
  TINTIN ON THE MOON         INFOGRAMES                       1991  
  WILD STREETS               TITUS SOFTWARE                   1990 
  WORLD OF SPORTS            US GOLD / EPYX                   1991  


  Links:
  http://www.atari-computer.de/mjaap/computer/gx4000.htm
  http://www.silicium.org/consoles/gx4000.htm
  http://home.ins.de/~martin.gansel/gx4000/gx4000.htm

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* APF-M1000 - APF Electronics - 1977 - U.S.A. & Europe
  ---------
  Check out Sly D.C. APF-M1000 FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www.emuclassics.com/slydc/apf.htm

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* APF-MP1000 - APF Electronics - 1978 - U.S.A. & Europe
  ----------
  Check out Sly D.C. APF-M1000 FAQ for more info.
 
  Link:
  http://www.emuclassics.com/slydc/apf.htm

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* ASB Super Mega III - ?? - 19?? - Europe
  ------------------
  Nes Clone

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* Atari 2600 VCS - Atari - 1977 - U.S.A. & Europe
  --------------
  Check out Andrew K. Heller & Zube Atari 2600/7800 FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www.atarihq.com/2678/index.html
  http://www.atarihq.com/museum/2678/index.html
  http://ccwf.cc.utexas.edu/~bilstein/atari2600nexus/index.html

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* Atari 2600 Junior - Atari - 19?? - U.S.A.  
  -----------------
  Check out Andrew K. Heller & Zube Atari 2600/7800 FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www.atarihq.com/2678/index.html
  http://www.atarihq.com/museum/2678/index.html
  http://ccwf.cc.utexas.edu/~bilstein/atari2600nexus/index.html

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* Atari 2800 - Atari - 1983 - Japan
  ----------
  Check out Andrew K. Heller Zube Atari 2600/7800 FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/a2800.htm
  http://www.ne.jp/asahi/cvs/odyssey/videogames/atari2800/index.html
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/atari2800.html

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* Atari 5200 - Atari - 1982 - U.S.A.
  ----------
  2 port model & 4 port model variation. Check out Keita Lida Atari 
  5200 FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www.atarihq.com/5200/index.html
  http://www.atarihq.com/museum/5200/index.html

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* Atari 7800 - Atari - 1986 - U.S.A. & Europe
  ----------
  Check out Andrew K. Heller & Zube Atari 2600/7800 FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www.atarihq.com/2678/index.html
  http://www.atarihq.com/museum/2678/index.html

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* Atari Jaguar - Atari - 1993 - U.S.A. & Europe
  ------------ 
  Check out Robert A. Jung Atari Jaguar FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www.atarihq.com/jaglynx/index.html
  http://www.atarihq.com/museum/jaglynx/index.html

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* Atari Jaguar CD - Atari - 1994 - U.S.A. & Europe
  ---------------
  Check out Robert A. Jung Atari Jaguar FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www.atarihq.com/jaglynx/index.html
  http://www.atarihq.com/museum/jaglynx/index.html

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* Atari Lynx model 1 - Atari - 1989 - U.S.A. & Europe
  ------------------
  Check out Robert A. Jung Atari Lynx FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www.atarihq.com/jaglynx/index.html
  http://www.atarihq.com/museum/jaglynx/index.html

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* Atari Lynx model 2 - Atari - 1991 - U.S.A. & Europe
  ------------------
  Check out Robert A. Jung Atari Lynx FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www.atarihq.com/jaglynx/index.html
  http://www.atarihq.com/museum/jaglynx/index.html

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* Atari XEGS - Atari - 1987 - U.S.A. & Europe
  ----------
  Game system based on the Atari 65XE Computer, just remodeled.

  Specs:
  CPU: 6502/1.92 MHz - 8-Bit
  ROM: 24 KByte
  RAM: 64 KByte
  Output: TV, RGB
  Graphic Display: 320*192 (2 color) / 160*192 (4 color)
  Color Palette: 256 Colors
  Sound: 4 Channel Mono
  System Bios: XL-OS


  Link:
  http://www.atari-computer.de/mjaap/computer/atari_xegs.htm
  http://www.atarihq.com/atcomp/xegs.html
 
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* Audiosonic MP 1202 (/Prinztronic/Hanimex/Acetronic)
  ------------------
  Code Breaker			3010		Radofin		
  Horse Racing			3012		Radofin		
  Invaders		        	27		Radofin		
  Pro Sport 60			3001 PS     Radofin (keyboard overlay)
  Soccer				3015		Radofin		

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* Bally Astrocade - Bally - 1977 - U.S.A.
  ---------------
  Comes in three variations: WoodGrain, Black or White.

  Check out Lance F. Squire Bally Astrocade FAQ for more info.

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* Bandai Arcadia - Bandai - 19?? - Japan 
   --------------
   Arcadia 2001 clone. Check out Sly D.C. Arcadia 2001 FAQ for more info.

   Link:
   http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/arcadia.htm

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* Bandai Atmark - Bandai - 19?? - Japan
  -------------
  The main unit includes 4x CD-Rom, a 14,400 bps modem/fax, one pad with 
  built-in trackball and four CD with a lot of interesting software.

  Beside the four included CDs a lot of other titles were marketed in 
  Japan. At least 100 titles were available and were mostly multimedia
  titles, anyway many games were available too: some of them were Mac
  games converted to use the basic MacOs system used by Pippin technology 
  but a lot of them were based on popular Bandai toys and products (Dragon 
  Ball Z, Sailormoon, Godzilla, Ultraman, Power Rangers etc.).

  Technical specifications:
  
  CPU: PowerPC 603 at 66MHz
  RAM: 6 Mb (1 used as Video RAM), could use memory expansion module of 
       2,4 or 8 Mb.
  CD-ROM UNIT: 4 x
  VIDEO OUTPUT: VGA, NTSC or PAL
  AUDIO OUTPUT: Stereo, CD quality
  EXPANDABILITY: 1 PCI slot (it could be used to home RAM memory)
                 Geoport-compatible serial port
  PAD: With built-in trackball, ADB compatible
  MODEM: 14.400 bps, fax-ready
      
  Games:
  * Racing Days

  Link:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/atmark.htm
  http://www.geocities.com/~compcloset/BandaiPippin.htm
  
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* Bandai Intellivision - Bandai - 19?? - Japan
  --------------------
   Same as the Intellivision released in the U.S.A. and Europe. For more
   information, check out Larry Anderson Intellivision FAQ.

  Links:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/intell.htm
  
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* Bandai Kousokusen - Bandai - 1983 - Japan
  -----------------
  aka as the Vectrex. Check out Gregg Woodcock Vectrex FAQ for more info. 

  Link:
  http://www.ne.jp/asahi/cvs/odyssey/videogames/vectrex/index.html

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* Bandai Pippin - Bandai - 19?? - Japan
  -------------
  There are 2 models Atmark (White, japanese) and @World (black, english)

  * Dragon Ball Z Anime Designer

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/pippin.htm
  http://www.aminfo.net/pippin.html

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* Bandai Playdia BA-X - Bandai - 1994 - Japan
  -------------------
  * Dragon Ball Z Gaiden Chikyuu Hen
  * Dragon Ball Z Gaiden Uchuu Heh
  * Dragon Ball Z Earth Chapter
  * Sailor Moon (comes with a special wand controller)
  * SD Gundam Dai Zukan  
  * "idoru" named mariko kouda... 


  Links:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/play.htm

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* Bandai Supervision 8000 - Bandai - 1978 - Japan
  -----------------------
  Games:
  * Beam Galaxian
  * Gunprofessional
  * Missile Vaders
  * Othello Game
  * Pac Pac Bird
  * Space Fire
  * Submarine

  Link:
  http://www.ne.jp/asahi/cvs/odyssey/videogames/sv8000/index.html

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* Bandai Telebikko - Bandai - 19?? - Japan
  ----------------
  VHS Tape based game system. Need input on this one.

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* Bandai Wonder Swan - Bandai - 1999 - Japan
  ------------------
  Check out Sly D.C. Wonder Swan FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www.silicium.org/consoles/wonderswan.htm

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* Bandai World - Bandai - 19?? - U.S.A. & Canada
  ------------
  Same thing as the Bandai Atmark but comes in black and was released
  for the western market.

  Link:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/atmark.htm

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* Beta-5 - ?? - 19?? - Hong Kong
  ------
  Super Famicom PAL Clone

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* Bharat TV Game - ?? - 19?? - ?? 
  --------------
  Atari 2600 Clone with 128 games in 1 incorporated.     

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* Bit System - Dismac - 1990? - Brazil
  ----------
  NES Clone

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* Binatone Superstar - Binatone?? - 19?? - United Kingdom
  ------------------ 
  
  Carts:   - Superten

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* Bitman 2000 - ?? - 19?? - ??
  -----------
  Game Boy pirate clone

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* Black Point FS1003 - SHG - 19?? - Germany
  ------------------
  Compatible with the Acetronic family. Power is 9-11V, 90ma or (x6)
  1.5V batteries

  Game:                                         Company:
  -------------------------------------------------------
  1000-Treffer-Spiel				      SHG  
  Motorradrennen					      SHG  
  Seekrieg		        			      SHG  
  Zehn elektronische fernsehspiele in Farbe	SHG  

  Link:
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/blackpoint.html

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* Brant Jopac JO7400 - Brandt - 1983 - Europe
  ------------------
  Videopac+ system, Videopac & O2 compatible. Check out Robert Kaiser 
  Odyssey 2 & 3 FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/jopac.htm
  http://www.multimania.com/museumelectronic/philips/modeles/
  JOPAC7400.html

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* Captain Power - Mattel - 1987 - U.S.A. 
  -------------
  Video VHS Tapes based system like the Action Max. 

  Tape Games:
  Future Force Training      Skill Level 1 - Mattel - 1987
  Bio Dread Strike Mission   Skill Level 2 - Mattel - 1987
  Raid on Volcania           Skill Level 3 - Mattel - 1987
  Greatest Hits              10 mins. Interactive play - 1987

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* Casio PV-1000 - Casio - 19?? - Japan
  -------------

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/pv1000.htm

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* Cassette Vision - Epoch - 1981 - Japan
  ---------------
  Games:
  * Yosaku           * Pac Pac Monster     * Monster Block
  * Baseball         * New Basball         * Elevator Panic
  * Galaxian         * Monster Mansion
  * Big Sports 12    * Astro Command
  * Battlevader      * Grand Champion

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/c_vis.htm
  http://www.ne.jp/asahi/cvs/odyssey/videogames/cassettevision/index.html

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* Cassette Vision Jr. - Epoch - 1983 - Japan
  -------------------
  
  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/cv_jr.htm

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* Chaota YF-3000 Television Computer System - ?? - 19?? - China
  -----------------------------------------
  Famicom Clone. Comes with a Light Phaser. No more details is known.

  Link:
  http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~pinwhiz/famicom.htm

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* Coleco Gemini - Coleco - 198? - U.S.A. & Canada
  ------------- 
  Atari 2600 clone with Paddle & Joystick in one controller.

  Link:
  http://www.atari-computer.de/mjaap/computer/coleco_gemini.htm

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* Colorvision - Bazin - 1985 - Europe
  -----------
  This game system is like a Game & Watch Tabletop, you insert carts
  in it to play different games. For now only five games are known:
  Monster Chase(come with the system), Submarine, Horror House, Jungle
  Boy & Beasts Planet.   

  Link:
  http://www.multimania.com/romualdl/colorv.html

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* Colecovision - Coleco/CBS - 1982 - U.S.A./Europe
  ------------
  Check out Joseph M. Huber and James Carter Colecovision FAQ for more 
  info.

  Link:
  http://members.aol.com/telespiel/cbs.htm
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* Columbia Home Arcade - Coleco - 198? - U.S.A.
  --------------------
  Atari 2600 clone which ressemble the Coleco Gemini. Columbia asked
  Coleco to make some for them for their Columbia Video Game Club.

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* Commodore 64GS - Commodore - 1990 - Europe
  --------------
  Basically a Commodore 64 without a keyboard.

  Specifications:
  Main Processor: 6510, 0,90 Mhz
  RAM: 64 KB upgradable to 512 KB
  ROM: 20 KB
  Graphics: 320x200 2 Color, 160x200 4 Color
  Color Palette: 16
  Sound: 3 Channel, mono (Chip: SID)
  Ouputs: Video, HF, Audio, 2 Joystick
    
  For a list of Cartridge available, check out the list made by 

  Links:
  http://www.atari-computer.de/mjaap/computer/c64gs.php3
  http://mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/64gs.htm
  http://www.fortunecity.com/skyscraper/decimal/81/zzap66/thec64gs.html
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/c64gs.html

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* Commodore CDTV - Commodore - 1989 - Europe (only?)
  --------------

  Link:
  http://www.atari-computer.de/mjaap/computer/amicdtv.htm
  http://mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/cdtv.htm

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* Conic M-1200 - ?? - 19?? - ??
  ------------
  No detail at the moment...

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* Cougar Boy - ?? - 19?? - Europe
  ----------
  Gameboy style handheld system, same as Mega Duck by Creatronic

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* Creativision MKII - Video Technology  - 1982 - Australia
  -----------------
  AKA The Dick Smith Wizzard in Australia. For more information, please 
  check out Jack Spenser Jr. & Andrew Davie Creativision FAQ or check
  out the links for informations.

  Links:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/CV.htm
  http://www.comcen.com.au/~adavie/weird/creativision.html
  http://www.atari-computer.de/mjaap/computer/cvision.htm

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* Dactar Game System - ?? - 19?? - ??
  ------------------
  Atari 2600 clone

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* Dendy Junior II - Dendy - 19?? - USSR
  ---------------
  Famicom clone. Claims "10,000,000" Game Built In - there are in fact 
  only about 8 'unique' games and the other numbers are duplicates or 
  level start hacks. 

  Link:
  http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~pinwhiz/famicom.htm

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* Dismac VG-9100 Game System - ?? - 19?? - Brazil
  --------------------------
  Atari 2600 clone

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* Dyna 2-in-1 - Telegames/Bit Corp. - 198? - U.S.A. & Japan
  ----------- 
  Colecovision/Sega SG-1000 clone. Check out Joseph Huber Colecovision 
  FAQ for more info.

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* Dynavision Game System - Dynacom - 19?? - Brazil
  -----------------------------
  Atari 2600 clone

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* Dynavision 2 - Dynacom - 1989 - Brazil
  ------------
  First Brazil Nes clone (60-pins). 

  Link:
  http://atarihq.com/tsr/nes/brazil/dynavision.jpg

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* Dynavision 3 - Dynacom - 1991 - Brazil
  ------------
  Nes clone with both 60-pins & 72-pins slots. Stereo headphone jack 
  with volume control. 

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* Dynavision Action Game System - Dynacom - 19?? - Brazil
  -----------------------------
  NES clone

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* Dynavision Advanced Game System - Dynacom - 19?? - Brazil
  -------------------------------
  NES clone

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* Dynavision Radical Game System - Dynacom - 19?? - Brazil
  ------------------------------
  NES clone

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* Ending Man S-500 Video Game System - ?? - 19?? - Europe
  ----------------------------------
  NES/Famicom Clone 

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* Emerson Arcadia 2001 - Emerson - 1978 - U.S.A.
  --------------------
  Check out Sly D.C. Arcadia 2001 FAQ for more info.

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* Entertainment Computer System - ?? - 19?? - Spain
  -----------------------------
  NES clone

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* Entex Adventurevision - Entex - 1982 - U.S.A.
  ---------------------
  Video Game Handheld system which use carts to play games on a red LED
  display and a spinning mirror to display the game. The cheap graphics 
  are about the same thing as a R-Zone X.P.G. but is a must for all video
  game collectors.

  Games: Defender, Space Force, Super Cobra & Turtles.

  Links:
  http://www.adventurevision.com/
  http://www.atarihq.com/museum/nonatari/advvisn.html

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* EZ Games Video Game System - ?? - 19?? - U.S.A.
  --------------------------
  Basically a Sega Genesis that were available to play in hotels.

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* Fairchild Channel F (model 1) - Fairchild - 1976 - U.S.A.
  -----------------------------
  Check out Clint Dyer Channel F FAQ for mor info.

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* Fairchild Telematch - Fairchild - 19?? - Europe?
  -------------------
  No details at the moment....

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* Family Computer WN-486 - ?? - 19?? - ??
  ----------------------
  Famicom Clone

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* FM Town Marty - Fujitsu - 199? - Japan
  -------------
  System based on FM-Towns computers from Fujitsu
  Has CD-ROM and diskdrive built-in

  Links:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/marty.htm
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/marty.htm

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* Fountain 1392 - ?? - 19?? - New Zealand
  -------------
  Compatible with Audiosonic/Acetronic/Radofin/Prinztronic games.

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* Game Axe - ?? - 19?? - Honk Kong
  --------
  Famicom Portable Color clone with screen.

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* Game Fighter - ?? - 19?? - ?? 
  ------------
  GB pirate clone

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* Game Master - ?? - 19?? - ??
  -----------
  No details at the moment.... [Supervision clone?]

  Link:
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/gamemaster.html

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* Game Zone - ?? - 19?? - ???
  ---------
  Famicom PAL Clone  Note: Looks like a Playstation. Comes with a 
  Light Phaser.

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* Game.Com - Tiger - 199?  - U.S.A.
  --------
  Check out Tony Emerson Game.Com FAQ for more info.

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* Game.Com Pocket Pro - Tiger - 199?  - U.S.A.
  -------------------
  Check out Tony Emerson Game.Com FAQ for more info.

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* Game Link Super Hand Game 2010 - ?? - 19?? - ??
  ------------------------------
  NES clone w/o screen 

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* Gamate - Bit Corp. - 19?? - Worldwide
  ------

  Game List:  
  * 4-in-1(Mini Golf, Cube-up, Brick Master, and Vindicators)
  * Boom
  * Boy Forum 
  * Devil Castle
  * Galaxy Invaders
  * Magic Jigsaw

  Link:
  http://mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/gamate.htm

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* Gametronic - ??? - 198? - found in France
  ----------
  Purple handheld, gameboy style

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* GCE Vectrex - GCE - 1982 - U.S.A.
  -----------
  Check out Gregg Woodcock Vectrex FAQ for more info.

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* General 32 - ?? - 19?? - ??
  ----------
  Atari 2600 Arabian Clone with 32 games incorporated.

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* Geniecom - Genicom - 19?? - Brazil
  --------
  72 pin carts only. Built-in Game Genie function.

  Link:
  http://atarihq.com/tsr/nes/brazil/geniecom.jpg

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* Goldstar 3DO - Goldstar - 19?? - U.S.A. & Europe
  ------------
  3DO System. Check out Daniel Terlecki 3DO FAQ for more info.

  Links :
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/gs3do.htm

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* Goldstar GDI-700M Desktop CD-Interactive Player - Goldstar - 19??
  -----------------------------------------------
  CDI system. Check out [No Name] CD-I FAQ for more info.
 
  Links:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/gscdi.htm

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* Goldstar GPi-1200M Portable CD-I player - Goldstar - 19??
  ---------------------------------------
  CDI portable system. Check out [No Name] CD-I FAQ for more info.
 
  Links:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/Gdgpi.htm

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* Goliath Game System - ?? - 19?? - U.S.A.??
  -------------------
  Atari 2600 clone

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* Grandstand Database - Grandstand - 19?? - Europe
  -------------------

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* Grandstand Programmable Computer - Grandstand - 19?? - Europe
  --------------------------------
  Same as the Mark III Game System. For cart list, see Mark III G.S.
  
  Link:
  http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~pinwhiz/weird.htm  

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* Grandstand SD-050 - Grandstand - 19?? - UK
  -----------------
  SD-050 system, use PC-5xx carts
  Same thing as the Hanimex SD-050 for example 

  Links:
  http://freespace.virgin.net/tony.brown1/computer/fgrandst.jpg

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* Grandstand Video Sports Centre - 
  ------------------------------
  Cart List:

  Supersportics    (PC-501)

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* Grundig Superplay Computer 4000 - Grunding - 1978 - Europe
  -------------------------------
  Interton VC4000 clone, for cart list check out the Interton VC 4000.

  Link:
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/grundig4000.html

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* Handy Vision - Dynacom - 1993 - Brazil
  ------------
  Handheld NES, attaches to TV set. Accepts 60 and 72 pin carts. 
  Built-in turbo function.

  Link:
  http://atarihq.com/tsr/nes/brazil/handy.jpg

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* Hanimex Fever 1 - Hanimex - 19?? - Europe
  ---------------
  Arcadia 2001 clone, Looks like the Tele-Fever. Check out Sly D.C. 
  Arcadia 2001 FAQ for more info.

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* Hanimex HMG-2650 - Hanimex - 1982 - Germany 
  ----------------
  Arcadia 2001 clone. Check out Sly D.C. Arcadia 2001 FAQ for more info.

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* Hanimex HMG-7900 - Hanimex - 1983 - Europe
  ----------------
  Uses PC-2xx or SD-2xx carts

  cart list:SD-203 Saucer Attack
            SD-205 Mur de briques
            SD-206 Martian
            SD-208 Trésor du Pharaon

  Link:
  http://mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/hmg7900.htm

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* Hanimex Home Arcade Center - Hanimex - 19?? - UK 
  --------------------------
  Arcadia 2001 clone. Check out Sly D.C. Arcadia 2001 FAQ for more info.

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* Hanimex MPT-02 - Hanimex - 19?? - Europe
  --------------
  RCA Studio 2 clone. Check out jack Spencer Jr. RCA Studio II FAQ for 
  more info.

  cart list: MG-202 Concentration Match
             MG-212 Spacewar Intercept


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* Hanimex SD-050 - Hanimex - 19?? - Europe
  --------------
  Uses PC-5xx carts

  Link:
  http://mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/sd050.htm

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* Hanimex SD-050-S - Hanimex - 19?? - Europe
  ----------------
  Uses PC-5xx carts

  Link:

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* Hanimex SD-070 - Hanimex - 19?? - Europe
  --------------
  Use "PC-5xx" type carts

  Cart List: * Bataille Navale
             * Supersportic

  Link:
  http://mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/sd070.htm  

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* Hanimex TVG 070c - Hanimex - 19?? - Europe
  ----------------
  Use "PC-5xx" type carts
  Same as SD-070 system

  Links:
  http://www.uni-hildesheim.de/~khof0046/vidgas/tvg070.htm

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* HGS Telesport - ?? - 19?? - Europe
  -------------
  Compatible with Hanimex TVG-070C.

  Link:
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/telesport.html

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* Hitachi Hi-Saturn - Hitachi - 199? - Japan
  -----------------
  Another Authorized Clone of the Sega Saturn.

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* Hitex UFO A-500 II (Famicom pirate clone)

  Link:
  http://www.silicium.org/consoles/ufo.htm

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* Hi-Top Game - Milar - 1990 - Brazil
  -----------
  NES Clone

  Link:
  http://atarihq.com/tsr/nes/brazil/hitopgame.jpg

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* Home Arcade Center - Hanimex - 198? - United Kingdom
  ------------------
  Arcadia 2001 Clone. 

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* Home Vision Computer System - HomeVision? - 198? - Europe?
  ---------------------------
  No details at the moment....

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* Ideal Projector - ?? - 19?? - Europe
  ---------------
  Project LCD carts on a wall to play games.

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* IMTC MPT-05 - ITMC - 1983 - Europe
  -----------
  Voltmace Database clone ?

  Links:
  http://www.8bit.computingmuseum.com/cadres.html (choose letter "I")

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* ITMC SD-050-s - ITMC - 19?? - Europe
  -------------
  Uses PC-5xx carts

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* ITMC Telejeu SD-90 - ITMC - 19?? - Europe
  ------------------
  Uses PC-5xx carts

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* ITMC SD-290 - ITMC - 19?? - Europe
  -----------
  Use SD-2xx or PC-2xx carts, like the Hanimex HMG-7900

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* Ingersol Strike Command - ?? - 19?? - Europe
  -----------------------
  No details at the moment....

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* Ingersol XK-4000 Programmable Video Console - Ingersol - 19?? - Europe
  -------------------------------------------
  No details at the moment....

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* Intellivision - Mattel - 1979 - U.S.A & Europe
  -------------
  Check out Larry Anderson Intellivision FAQ for more info.

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* Intellivision II - Mattel - 198. - U.S.A.
  ----------------
  Same thing as the Intellivision but remodeled to match the ECS 
  components. Check out Larry Anderson Intellivision FAQ for more info.

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* Intercord XL 2000 System - ?? - 19?? - Europe
  ------------------------
  Arcadia 2001 clone.

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* Interton VC2000 - Interton - 19?? - Europe
  ---------------
  This is a Pong system that takes cartridges.
 
  Link:
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/intertonvc2000.html

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* Interton VC4000 - Interton - 1978 - Europe
  ---------------
  Controllers contain a small,self-centering analogue joystick and a
  keypad with 15 buttons + 2 extra buttons(internally conected) for 
  "fire". One set of controllers(black joystick handle) contains hard 
  plastic keys pressing metal leave feathers down onto a contacted PCB.
  The other,similar looking controller set(silver handle) contains soft 
  plastic keypads pressing down a plastic foil keypad.

  The 2 main processors(?) have 40pin cases made of white ceramic(!).
  Their brown,square label plates say "CT4291 7807" and "CT4281 7805".
  There is also a "7404" logics chip made of the same strange white 
  ceramic on it.

  The games resemble to VCS2600 2KB and 4KB games and are nothing really 
  great,but some games have unique features. The sound system has a single 
  squarewave voice with pitch from 30Hz up to 3.9kHz(?),and it contains an 
  analogue(!) noise generator based on the noise from a transistor with 
  collector pin not connected.

  Cart List:
  Nr.1 Autorennen                        Nr.21 Attacke
  Nr.2 Black Jack                        Nr.22 Schach 2
  Nr.3 Ballspiele                        Nr.23 Pinball
  Nr.4 Panzerschlacht / Luftkampf        Nr.24 Fußball
  Nr.5 Mathematik 1                      Nr.25 Bowling
  Nr.6 Mathematik 2                      Nr.26 Dame
  Nr.7 Luftkampf / Seegefecht            Nr.27 Golf
  Nr.8 Motivsuche                        Nr.28 Cockpit
  Nr.9 Intelligenz 1                     Nr.29 Metropol
  Nr.10 Wintersport                      Nr.30 Solitär
  Nr.11 Hippodrome                       Nr.31 Roulette 
  Nr.12 Jagd                             Nr.32 Weltrauminvasoren
  Nr.13 Schach                           Nr.33 Super Invaders
  Nr.14 Moto Cross                       Nr.34 Space Laser
  Nr.15 Intelligenz II                   Nr.35 Rodeo
  Nr.16 Superhirn                        Nr.36 Backgammon
  Nr.17 Circus                           Nr.37 Monster-Man
  Nr.18 Boxkampf                         Nr.38 Hyperspace
  Nr.19 Krieg im Weltraum                Nr.39 Basket-Ball
  Nr.20 Melodie Simon                    Nr.40 Super Space

  Link:
  http://members.aol.com/telespiel/vc4000.htm
  http://home.ins.de/~martin.gansel/inter/inter.htm

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* Intervision 2001 - ?? 198? - Finland?
  ----------------
  This is the same system as the ITMC MPT-05, which could be a Voltmace 
  Database clone

  Links:
  http://Gamma.nic.fi/~mikkohoo/peijoonit/intervision_2001.htm

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* INTV III - Mattel - 1987 - U.S.A.
  --------
  Check out Larry Anderson Intellivision FAQ for more info.

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* JVC V-Saturn - JVC - 199? - Japan
  ------------
  Authorized Clone of the Sega Saturn with built-in MPEG video card. 

  Link:
  http://www2.ttcn.ne.jp/~shishodo/alb%2004-07.html

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* JVC X'Eye - JVC - 19?? - Canada & U.S.A 
  ---------
  Sega CD/Genesis Authorized Clone with Karaoke feature built-in.

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* Katz Media Pippin - Katz Media - 1996 - Europe
  -----------------
  Pippin system intended only for developers. About the size of a CD 
  player, the Pippin plugs directly into the TV set. Its functions are 
  controlled by a hand held remote. Like a CD player it can play music 
  CDs, but like a computer it can also run CD-ROM titles. It allows you 
  to connect your TV to the Internet to surf the World Wide Web or send 
  electronic mail messages to friends and family around the world.

  Specs:
  Main Processor: PowerPC 603 RISC microprocessor, 66 MHz.
  Memory: 8MB combined system and video memory. Expandable to 14 MB using 
          2MB, 4MB 8MB expansion cards.
  Flash Memory: 128KB SRAM store/restore backup.
  CD ROM: SCSI drive, eight speed.
  Serial I/O: Two high speed serial ports, one of which is Geoport Ready.
  Expansion: PCI-compatible expansion slot.
  I/O: Two ruggedised ADB (Apple Desktop Bus) inputs for ADB Keyboards, 
       mice, controllers, etc. Will support up to four simultaneous players 
       over ADB.
  Video: 8-bit and 16-bit video support Support for NTSC and PAL: composite 
         or S-video. Support for VGA (640x480) monitors Dual Frame Buffers 
         for superior frame-to-frame animation.
  Audio: Stereo 16-bit input/output, with sampling rates up to 44.1 KHz.
         Headphone output jack with volume control. Audio CD compatible.
  Power: Internal universal (switching) power supply, 220V.
  Technology: Apple Computer, Inc.


  Links:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/Katz.htm

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* Kingsway - ?? - 19?? - ??
  --------
  64-in-1 Atari 2600 clone.

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* Leisure-Vision - Leisure-Dynamics - 19?? - Canada
  --------------
  Arcadia 2001 clone

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* Leonardo - GIG Electronics - 19?? - Italy 
  --------
  Arcadia 2001 clone

  Links:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/leo.htm

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* LP-2001 - Modern Design - 19?? - Brazil
  -------
  NES pirate looks like a PSX.

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* Ludotronic Pro screen - ?? - 19?? - Europe
  ---------------------
  Small system wich can project its display on a wall

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* Luxor - ?? - 19?? - Sweden
  ----- 
  Channel-F Clone, PAL system. Check out Clint Dyer Channel F FAQ for 
  more info.

  LX02. Tic-tac./Doodle/Shoot. Gallery/Quadra Doodle
  LX03. Desert Fox/Shooting Gallery                  
  LX04. Video Blackjack                              
  LX05. Red Baron                                    
  LX06. Space War                                    
  LX07. Math Quiz I: Add/Sub                         
  LX08. Math Quiz II: Mult/Div                       
  LX09. Mindreader/Nim                               
  LX10. Dragracing                                  
  LX11. Labyrint                                     
  LX12. Backgammon/Acey-Deucey                       
  LX13. Baseball                                     
  LX14. Robot War/Torpedo Alley                      
  LX15. Sonar Search                                
  LX16. Memory Test 1/2                              
  LX17. Dodge-it                                     
  LX18. Pinball Challenge                           
  LX19. Hangman                                      
  LX20. Bowling                                      


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* Magic Boy - ?? - 19?? - Japan
  ---------
  Famicom NTSC Clone. 

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* Mark Video Game - Mark - 19?? - Finland?
  ---------------
  Clone of the Mark III Game System.

  Link:
  http://gamma.nic.fi/~mikkohoo/peijoonit/mark.htm

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* Mark III Game System - ?? - 19?? - New Zealand
  --------------------
  AKA Grandstand Programmable
  Looks like SD-090 systems, uses PC-5xx carts

  PC-501: Sports / Supersportic 
  PC-502: Motor Cycle 
  PC-503: Battle Tanks? --NEVER RELEASED-- 
  PC-504: Racing Cars / Grand Prix / Race Car GP 
  PC-505: Submarine 
  PC-506: Superb Wipeout 
  PC-507: Shooting Gallery 


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* Master Boy - ?? - 19?? - Germany
  ----------
  TV Boy clone

  Link:
  http://www.fortunecity.com/underworld/goldeneye/717/tvb.htm

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* Matra 3600 - Max'er Technologies - 19?? - ??
  ----------
  Atari 2600 clone.

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* MBO Teleball-Cassetten-System I - ?? - 19?? - Germany
  -------------------------------
  Seems to use "PC-5xx" type carts

  Links:
  http://www.uni-hildesheim.de/~khof0046/vidgas/mbo1.htm

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* MBO Teleball-Cassetten-System II - ?? - 19?? - Germany
  --------------------------------
  Seems to use "PC-5xx" type carts

  Links:
  http://www.uni-hildesheim.de/~khof0046/vidgas/mbo2.htm

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* Mega Boy  - ?? - 19?? - ?? 
  --------
  Need more input.

  Link:
  

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* Mega Boy Compact Game System (WS-11) - ?? - 19?? - Europe?  
  -----------------------------------
  VCS2600 clone, portable without screen. Very similar to the TV-Boy.

  Links:
  http://www.mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/megaboy.htm

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* Mega Duck - Creatronic/Timlex - 19?? - Europe
  ---------
  Same as the Cougar Boy, Gameboy type handheld.

  Cart List:
  - Pile Wonder (CD010)
  - Worm Visitor (MD030)
  - Magic Tower (MD029)
  - The Brick Wall (MD001)

  Link:
  http://www.multimania.com/musepat/j_aut.htm
  
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* Mega Power Neo - ?? - 19?? - Hong Kong
  --------------
  Mega Drive 2 PAL Clone with 888-in-1 built-in Games

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* Megadrive 2 - NIKITA Games - 1998 - Japan
  -----------
  Famicom Pirate NTSC Clone with 8,888,888 games in 1

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* Megatronix Consolle Compatta - Megatronix - 19?? - Italy
  ----------------------------
  NES clone, handheld without built-in screen
  50 built-in games

  Links:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/mtcc.htm

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* Megavision - Dynacom - 19?? - Brazil
  ----------
  Sega Genesis Clone.

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* Memorex MD-2500 VIS - Memorex - 19?? - U.S.A.
  -------------------
  Check out section Tandy VIS for more info.

  Link:
  http://www.videogamenews.net/HTM/GamePageHistory/
  tandy_vis_memorex_vis.htm

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* Micro Genius IQ-501 - Micro Genius - 19?? - ???
  -------------------
  NES pirate clone.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* Micro Genius IQ-701 - Micro Genius - 19?? - ???
  -------------------
  NES pirate clone.

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* Micro Genius IQ-2000 - Micro Genius - 19?? - Hong Kong 
  --------------------
  Famicom clone with Twin Infra-Red Controllers.

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* Milton Bradley Microvision - Milton Bradley - 1979 - U.S.A. & Europe
  --------------------------
  Check out Joseph M. Huber Microvision FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://members.aol.com/telespiel/mb.htm

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* Milton Bradley Vectrex - Milton Bradley - 19?? - Canada & Europe
  ----------------------
  Check out Gregg Woodcock Vectrex FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://members.aol.com/telespiel/mb.htm

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* Mini Famicom - ?? - 19?? - ???
  ------------
  Famicom PAL Clone.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* Modern Mate - ?? - 19?? - ???
  -----------
  Famicom & Mega Drive PAL Clone-in-1  Note: AKA the 24-Bit system.

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* Mr. Altus Tele Brain - H.G.S. - 19?? - Germany
  --------------------
  Arcadia 2001 clone.

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* Mustang 9016 - ?? - 19?? - Europe
  ------------
  RCA Studio II clone.

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* My Vision KH-1000 - Nichibutsu - 1983 - Japan
  -----------------
  
  Carts:
    - Go
    - Mah Jong
    - Mastermind
    - Hanafuda
    - Reversi
    - Shimeshougi
 
  Links:
  http://www.primenet.com/~rworne/nichibutsu.shtml

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* NASA 
  ----
  NES pirate clone. Many model, frontloading, no built in games.

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* NEC PC-Engine - NEC - 1988 - Europe & Japan
  -------------
  Check out John Yu TG16/Duo FAQ for more info.  

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/pc_e.htm
  http://mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/pcengine.htm

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* NEC PC-Engine Core Grafx - NEC - 1989? - Europe & Japan
  ------------------------
  Check out John Yu TG16/Duo FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/core.htm

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* NEC PC-Engine Core Grafx 2 - NEC - 1989? - Europe & Japan
  --------------------------
  Check out John Yu TG16/Duo FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/rom.htm
  

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* NEC PC-Engine DUO
  -----------------
  Check out John Yu TG16/Duo FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/duo.htm  

-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* NEC PC-Engine DUO-R
  -------------------
  Check out John Yu TG16/Duo FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/duor.htm

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* NEC PC-Engine DUO-RX
  --------------------
  Check out John Yu TG16/Duo FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/duorx.htm

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* NEC PC-Engine GT - NEC - 19?? - Japan & Europe
  ----------------
  Check out John Yu TG16/Duo FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/gt.htm

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* NEC PC-Engine LT - NEC - 19?? - Japan
  ----------------
  Check out John Yu TG16/Duo FAQ for more info.
  
  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/lt.htm

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* NEC PC-Engine Shuttle - NEC - 1990 - Japan
  ---------------------
  Check out John Yu TG16/Duo FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/super.htm

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* NEC PC-FX - NEC - 1994 - Japan
  ---------

  For a Detailed game List, check out this link:
  http://pcenginefx.com/PC-FX/game_directory.html

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/pcfx.htm
  http://gamma.nic.fi/~mikkohoo/peijoonit/necpcfx.htm
  http://pcenginefx.com/PC-FX/photo_gallery.html

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* NEC Supergrafx - NEC - 19?? - Japan & Europe?
  --------------
  Check out John Yu TG16/Duo FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/necsg.htm

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* NEC Turbo-Duo - NEC - 199? - U.S.A.
  -------------
  Also an RX version with a multibutton controller. Check out John Yu 
  TG16/Duo FAQ for more info.

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* NEC Turbo Express - NEC - 19?? - U.S.A.
  -----------------
  Portable Turbografx-16 with color screen. Check out John Yu TG16/Duo 
  FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www.geocities.com/~compcloset/NECTurboExpress.htm

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* NEC Turbografx-16 - NEC - 19?? - U.S.A. & Spain
  -----------------
  Check out John Yu Turbografx-16/Duo FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/tev.htm

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* NEC Turbografx CD - NEC - 19?? -  U.S.A.
  -----------------
  Check out John Yu Turbografx-16/Duo FAQ for more info.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* Neo-Geo - SNK - 19?? - Worldwide
  -------
  Check out Chris Mullins Neo-Geo FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/neogeo.htm

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* Neo-Geo CD - SNK - 19   - Worldwide
  ----------
  Check out Chris Mullins Neo-Geo FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/ng_cd.htm

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* Neo-Geo CDZ - SNK - 19   - Wordwide
  -----------
  Check out Chris Mullins Neo-Geo FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/neocdz.htm

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* Neo-Geo Pocket - SNK - 1998 - U.S.A. & Japan
  --------------
  This portable system was released before the Neo-Geo Pocket Color.
  Diplay only in Black & White.

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/ng_p.htm

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* Neo-Geo Pocket Color - SNK - 1999 - Worldwide
  --------------------
  

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* NES - Gradiente - 1995 - Brazil
  ---
  Same as toaster NES. Released during 16-bit fever in Brazil, and 
  disappeared quickly.

  Link:
  http://atarihq.com/tsr/nes/brazil/nesacset.jpg
  
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* Newtendo Super Famicom - Newtendo? - 19?? - Europe
  ----------------------
  Famicom Clone. Look like a Super Famicom.

  Link:
  http://gamma.nic.fi/~mikkohoo/peijoonit/newtendo.htm

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* Nichibutsu My Vision - Nichibutsu - 1983 - Japan
  --------------------
  [Model:KH-1000] All the games for this system are board-types games
  only. The system uses the same graphic processor as the Colecovision
  and has an external port for the Mah Jong expansions cartridges.

  The deck of the system has fourteen buttons numbered, 4 directions 
  buttons and a Select button. Each cart comes with a clear overlay to
  put over the deck when playing a game. These are the only games known 
  for now :

  Games:
  * Go            * Hanafuda
  * Mah Jong      * Reversi
  * Mastermind    * Shimeshougi

  Link:
  http://www.primenet.com/~rworne/nichibutsu.shtml

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* Nintendo 64 - Nintendo - 1996 - Worldwide
  -----------
  

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/64.htm  

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* Nintendo Entertainment System - Nintendo - 1985 - U.S.A. & Europe
  -----------------------------
  Model 1 (Famicom in Japan). Check out Martin Nielsen N.E.S. FAQ for 
  more info.

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* Nintendo Entertainment System - Nintendo - 1994 - U.S.A.  
  -----------------------------
  Model 2 (top loading). Check out Martin Nielsen N.E.S. FAQ for more 
  info.

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* Nintendo Family Computer aka Famicom - Nintendo - 1983 - Japan
  ------------------------------------
  Check out Martin Nielsen N.E.S. FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/fami.htm
  http://www.ne.jp/asahi/cvs/odyssey/videogames/fc/index.html

  Disk System:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/disk.htm

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* Nintendo Famicom 2 - Nintendo - 199? - Japan
  ------------------
  Check out Martin Nielsen N.E.S. FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/av_fami.htm

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* Nintendo Game Boy - Nintendo - 1996 - Worldwide 
  -----------------
  (Different Colors, clear, etc...). Check out Marat Fayzullin Game Boy 
  FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/gb.html

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* Nintendo Game Boy Color - Nintendo - 1998 - Worldwide  
  -----------------------
  (Different Colors, clear, etc...). Check out Marat Fayzullin Game Boy 
  FAQ for more info.

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* Nintendo Game Boy Light - Nintendo - 1998 - Japan
  -----------------------
  Check out Utils Game Boy Color FAQ for more info.
 

  Link:
  
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* Nintendo Game Boy Pocket - Nintendo - 1996 - Worldwide 
  ------------------------
  (Different Colors, clear, etc...)

  Link:
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/gbpocket.html

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* Nintendo Super Famicom - Nintendo - 1990 - Japan
  ----------------------
 
  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/s_fami.htm

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* Nintendo Super Famicom Jr. - Nintendo - 199? - Japan
  --------------------------
  Same as the Super Famicom but remodeled.

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* Nintendo Twin Famicom - Nintendo - 1991 - Japan
  ---------------------

  Specifications:
  Main Processors: 6502 modified at 1.79 MHz
  RAM: 2K & 32K of video memory
  ROM: Game Cartridges  
  Audio: 4 voice, two channels FM, 1 channel PCM & 1 noise channel  
  Graphics: 256x224 sprites, display 16 colors of a palette of 52.
  Interfaces: Disk Drive 3 inch integrated
	        Two joysticks ports 
	        Extension port
	        Output Audio-Video

  Link:
  http://mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/fmctwin.htm

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* Nintendo Virtual Boy - Nintendo - 199? - Worldwide
  --------------------

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* Normende Videoplay - ?? - 19?? - Europe
  ------------------
  Channel F clone.

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* Oceanic - ?? - 19?? - Germany
  -------
  Games: 
  Autorennen
  Ballspiele


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* Odyssey 1 - Magnavox - 1972 - U.S.A. & Europe
  ---------
  The HOLY GRAIL of all VIDEO GAME CONSOLES !!!

  Check out Shaun Gegan Odyssey 1 FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www.geocities.com/~compcloset/MagnavoxOdyssey.htm

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* Odyssey 2 - Magnavox - 1978 - U.S.A.
  ---------
  Check out the Robert D. Kaiser Ultimate Odyssey^2 and Odyssey^3 FAQ  
  for more info. 

  Link:
  

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* Olivetti Envision - Olivetti - 1995 - Italy
  -----------------
  It was a PC and a Multimedia system and it was an absolute failure... 
  One of the last Olivetti project made under Ing. De Benedetti propriety 
  before the company was sold. Basically a PC (Windows 95 was the OS) in 
  a CDTV-like (or CD-I) box, it was produced in two different versions: 
  one based on the Inter 486 processor and one based on the Intel Pentium 
  processor. It can be connected to a TV set (and a VCR and Hi-Fi stereo), 
  can read Audio CDs, CD-Rom, Kodak Photo CDs and Video CDs, can send 
  faxes, and is Internet-ready.

  Major problems: it was overpriced, badly distributed, not completely 
  compatible (something common with a Wintel PC, with many software bugs, 
  not at all expandable and Pentium versions were marketed too late.

  Link: 
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/Envision.htm

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* OMNI Entertainment System - Milton Bradley - 1981 - U.S.A.
  -------------------------
  Made by Milton Bradley. This system was a dead arrival on the market.
  The games came in 8-Track tapes format that you inserted in the game
  system. Supposely they were at least a dozen games made. Users select 
  various answers via their touch pads, and then the score is racked up.
  Obviously giving the linear nature of cassette tapes, the replay value 
  of the Omni is certainly limited to say the least.
  
  Games:
  * Jeopardy! (1981) 
  * Password Plus (1981) 
  * Pat Sommerall's Sports Quiz (1981)
  * Sesame Street (1981)
  * Vincet Price's TV Trivia (1981)
  * Words * Words * Words (1981)

  Link:
  http://www.videogamenews.net/HTM/GamePageHistory/omni.htm

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* Onyx Game System 
  ----------------
  Brezilian 2600 clone. Read the Atari 2600/7800 FAQ for more info.

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* Orbit Electronics Gimini Programmable - ?? - 19?? - New Zealand
  -------------------------------------

  Carts:   - Super Sport
           - Car Race

  Links:
  http://crash.ihug.co.nz/~pinwhiz/carts.htm

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* Othello Multivision FG-1000 - Tsukuda Original - 1983 - Japan
  ---------------------------
  Sega SG-1000 clone with Joysticks. It has pack-in game Othello game.

  Links:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/othello.htm

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* Othello Multivision FG-2000 - Tsukuda Original - 1984 - Japan
  --------------------------- 
  Sega SG-1000 clone with Joypads. It has pack-in game Othello game.

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* Palladium Tele-Cassette - Magnavox - 19?? - Germany 
  -----------------------

  Links:
  http://www.uni-hildesheim.de/~khof0046/vidgas/palla.htm
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/palladiumtelecass.html

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* Palladium Video Computer Game - ?? - 19?? - Europe
  -----------------------------
  No details at the moment...

  Link:
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/palladiumvcg.html

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* Panasonic 3DO FZ-1 - Panasonic - 1991 - U.S.A. & Europe
  ------------------
  Check out Daniel "Alzarius" Terlecki 3DO FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www.geocities.com/~compcloset/PanasonicREAL3DO.htm
  http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Lakes/8403/3do.htm

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* Panasonic 3DO FZ-10 - Panasonic - 199? - U.S.A.
  -------------------
  Check out Daniel "Alzarius" Terlecki 3DO FAQ for more info.

  Link:


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* Phantom System - Gradiente - 1990 - Brazil
  --------------
  NES pirate clone. Genesis type joysticks. Released both licensed games 
  and illegal games under the name Falcon Soft.

  Link:
  http://atarihq.com/tsr/nes/brazil/phantomsystem.jpg

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* Philips 3DO - Philips - 19?? - Europe
  -----------
  Plays same games as the Panasonic FZ-1, FZ-10, Goldstar and Sanyo.

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* Philips C52 - Philips - 1979 - France
  -----------
  Videopac compatible, same as the G7000.

  Link:
  http://mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/c52.htm

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* Philips CD-I 210 - Philips - 199? - U.S.A. & Europe
  ----------------
  Check out [no name] CD-I FAQ for more info.

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* Philips CD-I 220 - Philips - 199? - U.S.A. & Europe
  ----------------
  Check out [no name] CD-I FAQ for more info.

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* Philips CDI 370 Portable System - Philips - 19??
  -------------------------------
  Portable CDI system. Check out [no name] CD-I FAQ for more info.

  Links:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/CD-IPORT.htm

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* Philips CD-I 450 - Philips - 1991 - U.S.A & Europe
  ----------------
  Check out [no name] CD-I FAQ for more info.  

  Link:
  http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Lakes/8403/cdi.htm
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/cdi450.html

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* Philips CD-I 550 - Philips - 1991 - U.S.A & Europe
  ----------------
  Same as the CD-I 450 but came with the Video Card MPEG-1 included.
  Check out [no name] CD-I FAQ for more info.

  
  Link:
  http://www.geocities.com/~compcloset/PhilipsCDi.htm  

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* Philips ES 2201 - Philips - 1976 - Europe
  ---------------
  This is a Pong system that accepts cartridges. 
  
  Game Cartridges:
  Nr.  Name (english)      (german)
  ----+------------------+------------------
  2211 Badminton		  Federball
  2212 Pelota		  Trainingswand
  2213 Skeet Shooting	  Tontaubenschiessen
  2214 Racing		  Autoslalom
  2215 Ghostchaser	  Phantomjagd

  Link:
  

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* Philips N60 - Philips - 1982? - Europe
  -----------
  Videopac compatible with B&W built-in screen.

  Link:
  http://mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/n60.htm
  http://www.multimania.com/museumelectronic/philips/modeles/N60.html

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* Philips Videopac G7000 - Philips - 1978 - Europe
  ----------------------
  Videopac compatible.

  Link:
  http://www.multimania.com/museumelectronic/philips/modeles/G7000.html

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* Philips Videopac G7200 - Philips - 1981 - Europe
  ----------------------
  Videopac with B&W built-in screen

  Link:
  http://mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/g7200.htm
  http://www.multimania.com/museumelectronic/philips/modeles/G7200.html

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* Philips Videopac G7400 - Philips - 1983 - Europe
  ----------------------

  Link:
  http://www.multimania.com/museumelectronic/philips/modeles/G7400.html

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* Philips Videopac G7400+ - Philips - 1983 - Europe
  -----------------------
  Videopac+, Videopac compatible.

  Link:
  http://mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/g7400.htm

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* Philips Videopac G7401+ - Philips - 1984? - Europe
  -----------------------
  Videopac+, Videopac compatible
  Video output is Peritel
  
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* Pioneer Laseractive [CLD-A1000] - Pioneer - 1993 - U.S.A. & Japan
  -------------------------------
  The main system is a laser disc player. By adding the MD unit, you 
  can play Mega Drive & Mega CD games. And if you add a PC-Engine unit,
  you can play PC-Engines hucards and CD games.

  * NEC PC-Engine Pack (PCE-LD1) 1993
  * Pioneer LD-Rom ^2 Pack (PAC-N1) 1993
  * Karaoke (??) 

  Link:
  http://www.geocities.com/~compcloset/PioneerLaseractive.htm

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* Pioneer TV Video Game Pack SD-G5 - Pioneer - 1983 - Japan
  --------------------------------
  Play Sega SG-1000 games if you add the SG Unit.

  Links:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/LA.htm
  http://www.ne.jp/asahi/cvs/odyssey/videogames/seed/index.html

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* Poppy 9015 Telespiel - ?? - 19?? - Europe
  --------------------
  Compatible with the Unimex Mark IX ??
  
  Link:
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/poppy9015.html

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* Poppy MPT-03 - ?? - 19?? - Europe
  ------------
  Arcadia 2001 Clone, MPT-03 type

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* Poppy TVG-10 - ?? - 19?? - Europe
  ------------
  Any info anyone ??

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* Prestige Video Computer Game MPT-03 - ??? - 19?? - France
  -----------------------------------
  Acadia 2001 clone, MPT-03 type

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* Prima - ?? - 19?? - Hong Kong
  -----
  Nintendo 64 PAL Clone.

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* Prinztronic Micro 5500 - ?? - 19?? - Europe
  ----------------------
 
  Links:
  http://crash.ihug.co.nz/~pinwhiz/weird.htm

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* Prinztronic VC 6000 - ?? - 19?? - Europe
  -------------------
  Acetronic MPU-1000 compatible system?

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* R-Zone Headgear - Tiger Toys - 1995 - U.S.A & Europe
  ---------------
  Check out Sly D.C. R-Zone FAQ for more info.

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* R-Zone Super Screen - Tiger Toys - 1996 - U.S.A
  -------------------
  Check out Sly D.C. R-Zone FAQ for more info.

  Links:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/RZ.htm

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* R-Zone XPG - Tiger Toys - 1997 - U.S.A
  ----------
  Check out Sly D.C. R-Zone FAQ for more info.

  Links:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/RZ.htm

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* Radiola Videopac Jet 25 - Radiola - 1978? - Europe
  -----------------------
  Videopac & O2 compatible
  Clone of Philips C52

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* Radiola Videopac Jet 27 - Radiola - 1982? - Europe
  -----------------------
  Videopac & O2 compatible
  Dark blue with B&W built-in screen, clone of the Philips G7200

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* Radiola Jet 47 - Radiola - 1988 - Europe
  --------------
  Videopac+ system. Videopac and O2 compatible

  Link:
  http://www.multimania.com/museumelectronic/philips/modeles/
  RADIOLAJet47.html

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* Radiola Jet 471 - Radiola - 198? - Europe
  ---------------
  Videopac+ system with Peritel video output
  Videopac and O2 compatible

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* Radofin 1292 - Radofin - 19?? - UK?
  ------------
  Acetronic MPU-1000 compatible system?

  Link:
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/radofin1292.html

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* Radofin Advanced Programmable Game System - Radofin - 19?? - Europe
  -----------------------------------------
  
  Acetronic MPU-1000 compatible system

  Carts :  #3001 - Pro Sport 60 
           #3002 - Autosports
           #3004 - Tank/Plane Battle
           #3005 - Air/Sea Battle 
           #3006 - Shooting Gallery
           #3013 - Circus
           #3014 - Prizefight
           #3027 - Invaders

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* Radofin Programmierbares Video-System - Radofin - 19?? - Germany?
  -------------------------------------
  Like the Acetronic MPU-1000?

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* Radofin Programmable Tele-Sports III - Radofin - 19?? - Europe
  ------------------------------------

  Carts :  #1001 - Superstar
           #1002 - Grand prix
           #1003 - Super Wipeout

  Cart Boxes are black with a rainbow
  SD-050 type system (GI chips in carts)?  

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* Radofin Programmable Videogame - Radofin - 19?? - Europe
  ------------------------------
  Like the Acetronic MPU-1000?

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* Rambo 1994 Game System - ?? - 19?? - U.S.A.?
  ----------------------
  Atari 2600 clone.

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* RCA Studio II - RCA - 1977 - U.S.A.
  -------------
  Check out Jack Spenser Jr. RCA Studio II FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www.videogamenews.net/HTM/GamePageHistory/rca_studio_ii.htm

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* RDI Halcyon - RDI Video Systems - 1984 - U.S.A.
  -----------
  RDI Video Systems took a shot in the home video game market with the 
  HALCYON System. The HALCYON System included the main control unit, a 
  laser disc player, a keyboard, and a microphone headset. Though there 
  were initially supposed to be six games for it, only two were released:
  Thayer's Quest and NFL Football. And here's the four that didn't make
  it: Shadow od the Star, The Spirit of the Whittier Mansion, Orpheus &
  Voyage of the New World.

  Link:
  http://www.dragons-lair-project.com/thaypics/halcyon/system.jpg
  http://www.atarihq.com/museum/nonatari/halcyon.html

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* Rollet 4/303 Video Secam System - Rollet - 19?? - France
  -------------------------------
  Uses PC-5xx carts like SD-050 or SD-090 models

  The Rollet 4/303 Video Secam System, is a console of poor graphics 
  quality. Has two analog controllers, two jack plugs (2.5 and 3.5mm)  
  which was for other acessories like a light pistol. It can be powered 
  by (x6) 1.5V batteries.

  Cart List:
  * Combat Naval         (rollet 4/307)
  * Courses Moto         (rollet 4/309)
  * Courses ds Voitures  (rollet 4/306)
  * Jeux de Destruction  (rollet 4/308)
  * Super Sport          (rollet 4/305)
  * Tir a la Cible       (rollet 4/310)  

  Link:
  

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* Rollet Tronic - Rollet - 19?? - Europe
  -------------
  No details at the moment....

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* Rollet Video Color - 1983 - Rollet - Europe
  ------------------
  Use PC-2xx or SD-2xx cartridges like the Hanimex HMG-7900

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* Rollet Video Secam System SD-050 - 198? - Rollet - Europe
  --------------------------------
  Uses PC-5xx carts like SD-050 or SD-090 models

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* Rowtron Video Computer Game - Rowtron - 19?? - Europe
  ---------------------------
  Arcadia 2001 clone, MPT-03 type

  Link:
  http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~pinwhiz/weird.htm

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* Saba Videoplay - Saba? - 1976 - Europe
  --------------
  Channel F clone

  Cart List:
  01.Muehle/Tontauben/Malspiel/Videoscope    11.Robot Jagd
  02.Wuestenfuchs/Tontauben                  12.Solar-Peilung
  03.Black Jack                              13.Memory
  04.Luftkampf                               14.Voelkerball
  05.Kampf im Weltraum                       15.Barriere
  06.Magische Zahlen                         16.Rat mal
  07.Autorennen                              17.Kickball 
  08.Labyrinth                               18.???  
  09.Backgammon                              19.Odyssey im Weltraum
  10.Baseball                                20.Schach  
  
  Link:
  http://members.aol.com/telespiel/saba.htm
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/fairchild.html
  
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* Samsung 3DO Player - Samsung - 1994
  ------------------
  3DO System

  Links:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/sams3do.htm

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* Samsung Gam*Boy - Samsung - 19?? - Korea
  ---------------
  Japanese Sega Master System Clone. Play Sega Mark III games.
  They even made about a dozen pirate game(maybe more). 

  Link:
  http://www.geocities.com/~compcloset/SamsungGAMBOY.htm

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* Sanyo T.R.Y. 3DO player - Sanyo - 19?? - Japan
  -----------------------
  3DO system with cool design

  Links:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/try.htm

  Games Released Only in Japan:
  -----------------------------
  * Graduation 
  * T&E VR Golf
  * Akagi 
  * One Hundred Poems 
  * Sensu No Tensai 
  * Autobahn Tokio 
  * Fire Ball 


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* Schmid TVG-2000 - Schmid - 19?? - Germany 
  ---------------
  Arcadia 2001 clone.

  Link:
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/tvg2000.html

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* Schneider Videopac +74 - Schneider - 1983 - Europe
  ----------------------
  Videopac+ system
  O2 and Videopac compatible

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* Schneider Videopac +741 - Schneider - 1983 - Europe
  -----------------------
  Videopac+ system, uses a Peritel video output
  O2 and Videopac compatible

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* Schneider Videopac 7000 - Schneider - 1980? - Europe
  -----------------------
  Videopac and O2 compatible and Philips C52 clone

  Link:
  http://mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/videopac.htm
  http://www.multimania.com/museumelectronic/philips/modeles/VIDEOPAC7000html

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* Schneider Videopac 7200 - Schneider - 1982? - Europe
  -----------------------
  B&W built-in screen, Philips G7200 clone, Videopac and O2 compatible.

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* Score-Zap - ?? - 19?? - ??
  ---------
  NES pirate clone.

  Links:
  http://www.mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/scorezap.htm

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* Sears Super Video Arcade - Sears - 198? - U.S.A.
  ------------------------
  Intellivision Clone.

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* Sears Tele-Games Arcade - Sears (made by Atari) - 198? - U.S.A.
  ----------------------
  Atari 2600 clone. 

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* Sears Tele-Games Arcade II - Sears (made by Atari) - 198? - U.S.A.
  --------------------------
  Same as the Atari 2800 that was sold in Japan.

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* Secam Jeux Video - ?? - 19?? - Europe 
  ----------------
  Rollet 4/303 clone ?

  Link:
  http://mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/secamjv.htm

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* Sega 32X - Sega - 1994 - U.S.A.
  --------
  Check out Sly D.C. Sega 32X FAQ for more info.

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* Sega CD model 1 (front loading) - Sega - 19?? - U.S.A.
  -------------------------------
  Check out Barry Cantin Sega CD FAQ for more info.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* Sega CD model 2 (top loading) - Sega - 19?? - U.S.A.
  -----------------------------
  Check out Barry Cantin Sega CD FAQ for more info.

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* Sega CDX - Sega - 19?? - U.S.A.
  --------
  Aka Sega Mega LD (Japan) or aka the Sega Multimega (Europe). Check out 
  Barry Cantin Sega CD FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www.geocities.com/~compcloset/SegaCDX.htm

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* Sega Dreamcast - Sega - 1998 - Worldwide
  --------------
  64-bit system with 56K modem built-in. Comes with Windows CE.

  Link:
  U.S.A.: 
  Japan: http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/dc.htm
  Japan: http://www2.ttcn.ne.jp/~shishodo/alb%2004-10.html
  Europe: 

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* Sega Game Gear (white, blue..) - Sega - 1990 - Worldwide
  ------------------------------
  Check out Sly D.C. & Eric Hamel Sega Game Gear FAQ for more info.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* Sega Game Gear Coca-Cola - Sega - 19?? - Japan??
  ------------------------
  Check out Sly D.C. & Eric Hamel Sega Game Gear FAQ for more info.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* Sega Genesis model 1 - Sega - 19?? - U.S.A.
  --------------------
  Check out Barry Cantin Sega Genesis FAQ for more info.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------
* Sega Genesis model 2 - Sega - 19?? - U.S.A.
  --------------------
  Check out Barry Cantin Sega Genesis FAQ for more info.

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* Sega-Majesco Genesis 3 - Sega/Majesco - 1998 - U.S.A.
  ----------------------
  Sega Genesis system.

  Links:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/genesis3.htm

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* Sega Kid's Gear - Sega - 19?? - Japan
  ---------------
  Better known as the Game Gear. Check out Sly D.C. & Eric Hamel Sega 
  Game Gear FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  

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* Sega Mark III - Sega - 1985 - Japan
  -------------
  Though it has quite different appearance from the SMS, it has 
  similar funtions. Some peripheral items (FM Sound Unit, Rapid Fire 
  Unit and 3D Glasses Unit) was released for this system.

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/mark3.htm

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* Sega Master System - Sega - 1986/87 - Worldwide
  ------------------
  Released in 1986 in the U.S.A & Europe, this system was released in
  1987 in Japan since it already had a system that was able to play the 
  same games. But the Japanese SMS includes : FM Sound Unit, Rapid Fire 
  Unit and 3D Glasses Unit incorporated in the console.

  Check out Jeff Bogumil Sega Master System FAQ for more info and Clint
  Dyer Sega Master System Foreign FAQ.

  Link:
  U.S.A.: 
  Japan: http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/m_sys.htm 
  Europe: 

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* Sega Master System II - Sega - 1990/92 - U.S.A./Europe
  ---------------------
  Check out Jeff Bogumil Sega Master System FAQ for more info and Clint
  Dyer Sega Master System Foreign FAQ.
  
  Link:
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/segamaster2.html

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* Sega Master System II - Tec Toy - 19?? - Brazil
  ---------------------
  Same as the Sega Master System model 1

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* Sega Master System III - Tec Toy - 19?? - Brazil
  ----------------------
  Same as the Sega Master System model 2 

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* Sega Master System Compact - Tec Toy - 19?? - Brazil
  --------------------------
  Portable SMS without screen.  

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* Sega Master System Girl - Tec Toy - 19?? - Brazil
  -----------------------
  Same as the Sega Master System Compact but in Pink color. Comes with
  game Wonder Momo.

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* Sega Mega 32X - Sega - 1994 - Europe
  -------------
  Check out Sly D.C. Sega 32X FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://gamma.nic.fi/~mikkohoo/peijoonit/32x.htm
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/32x.html

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* Sega Mega CD - Sega - 19?? - Japan & Europe
  ------------
  Check out Barry Cantin Sega CD FAQ for more info.
  
  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/mcd.htm

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* Sega Mega CD II - Sega - 19?? - Japan & Europe
  ---------------
  Check out Barry Cantin Sega CD FAQ for more info.
  
  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/m_dra2cd.htm
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/megacd2.html

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* Sega Mega Jet - Sega - 1993 - Japan
  -------------
  Portable Mega Drive like the Nomad but without any display screen. 
  Used on airlines.

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/megajet.htm

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* Sega Mega LD - Sega - 19?? - Japan
  ------------
  Aka Sega CDX (U.S.A.) or aka the Sega Multi-Mega (Europe)

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* Sega Megadrive - Sega - 1988 - Japan & Europe
  --------------
  Check out Chris Foulger Sega Megadrive FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/m_dra1.htm
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/megadrive.html

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* Sega Megadrive II - Sega - 1993 - Japan & Europe
  -----------------
  Similar to the Megadrive but was remodeled.

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/m_dra2.htm
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/megadrive2.html

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* Sega Multimega - Sega - 199? - Europe
  --------------
  Mega-Drive/Mega-CD handheld system, equivalent to the US CDX.
  
  Links:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/MM.htm
  http://gamma.nic.fi/~mikkohoo/peijoonit/multimega.htm
  http://mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/multimeg.htm

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* Sega Nomad - Sega - 1995 - U.S.A.
  ----------
  Portable Genesis. 

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/nomad.htm
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/nomad.html

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* Sega Saturn - Sega - 1994 - Worldwide
  -----------
  Later in 1996, Sega released another model with round buttons and no
  loading led. Check out Wesley Reiser Sega Saturn FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/ss.htm
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/saturn.html
  http://www2.ttcn.ne.jp/~shishodo/alb%2004-09.html

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* Sega SG-1000 - Sega - 1983 - Japan
  ------------
  Joystick has two buttons on its both side of the body and small stick 
  on the center of the body. With a keyboard (SK-1100) and a BASIC cart, 
  SG-1000 changes a personal computer (similar to SC-3000).

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/sg1000.htm
  http://www.ne.jp/asahi/cvs/odyssey/videogames/scsg/index.html

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* Sega SG-1000 II - Sega - 198 - Japan
  ---------------
  Same as the SG-1000 but remodeled.

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/mark2.htm
  http://www.ne.jp/asahi/cvs/odyssey/videogames/scsg/index.html

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* Sega Super 32X - Sega - 1994 - Japan
  --------------
  Check out Sly D.C. Sega 32X Mars FAQ for more info.

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/32x.htm

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* Sharp Twin Famicom - Sharp - 1986 - Japan
  ------------------
  Famicom system and Disk Drive all in one console. Comes in 2 color
  variations: Black or Red.

  Links:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/t_fami.htm

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* Siera Videopac G7000 - Siera - 19?? - Europe
  --------------------
  Videopac & O2 compatible. Philips G7000 clone

  Link:
  http://www.noord.bart.nl/~hmeun/videopac/siera.htm

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* Silver Star - ?? - 19?? - Australia
  -----------
  2600 clone with 64 built in games (PAL), no cart slot.

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* Sony Net Yaroze - Sony - 1997? - Worldwide
  ---------------
  Black Sony Playstation Developpers system.

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* Sony Playstation - Sony - 1995 - Worldwide
  ----------------
  Who doesn't know this thing ??

  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/ps.htm

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* Soundic MPT-03 - Soundic - 19?? - Asia?
  --------------
  Arcadia 2001 clone, MPT-03 type)

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* Soundic SD-050 - Soundic - 19?? - Europe
  --------------
  Pong with 4 carts.

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* Soundic SD-050S - Soundic - 19?? - Europe
  ---------------
  Pong with 4 carts.

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* Spectravision - Spectravision - 198? - U.S.A.
  -------------
  Atari 5200 hotel clone.

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* Splicevision - Splice?? - 1983 - Brazil 
  ------------
  Colecovision clone.

  Links:
  http://www.geocities.com/TimesSquare/Maze/4081/index.html

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* Sportsmaster SD-050F - ?? - 19?? - Europe
  --------------------
  
  Link:
  http://mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/sd050f.htm

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* Subor DR21R - ?? - 19?? - ??
  -----------
  Famicom Clone. 

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* Subor D25R - ?? - 19?? - ??
  ----------
  Famicom clone with gun.

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* Sunny - ?? - 19?? - ??
  -----
  Game Boy pirate clone.

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* Super Beautiful - ?? - 19?? - ??
  ---------------
  GB pirate clone.

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* Super Cassette Vision - Epoch/Yeno - 1984 - Japan/Europe
  ---------------------                      
  Games:
  * N.01 - Astro Wars
  * N.29 - Sky Kid  
  * N.?? - Pole Position II
  * N.?? - Doeramon
  * N.?? - Mappy
  * N.?? - Boulder Dash
  * N.?? - Dragon Slayer
  * N.?? - Lupin III
  * N.?? - Elevator Fight

  There are 30 games that have came out but i don't understand Japanese,
  here's a link to the list of all 30 games. If someone can translate the
  list, plese send it to us so we can add it in the FAQ, Thanks!

  Complete Cart List: 
  http://member.nifty.ne.jp/code_VR/game/Scv/SCV-list.htm

  Link:
  Epoch: http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/s_ca.htm
  Epoch: http://www.ne.jp/asahi/cvs/odyssey/videogames/scv/index.html
  Epoch: http://www.intercraft.co.jp/aquacastle/takara/scb.html
  Yeno: http://www.multimania.com/romualdl/frscv.html 
  Yeno: http://www.silicium.org/consoles/yeno_scv.htm
  
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* Super Com Action Set - ?? - 19?? - ??
  --------------------
  NES Clone. Comes with Lightgun.


  Link:
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/palladiumtelecass.html

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* Super Design Ending-Man BS-500 AS - ?? - 19?? - ??
  ---------------------------------
  NES Clone (aka Terminator 2)

  Link:
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/endingman.html

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* Super Famicom - Newtendo - 19?? - Europe?
  -------------
  Famicom clone looking like a US SNES

  Links:
  http://Gamma.nic.fi/~mikkohoo/peijoonit/newtendo.htm

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* Super Hand Game 2010 - Game Link - 19?? - Europe
  --------------------
  NES Clone, Handheld system without screen

  Links:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/GLSHG.htm

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* Super Maze - ?? 19?? - ??		 
  ----------
  compatible Audiosonic/Acetronic/Radofin/Prinztronic ??

  11		Radofin


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* Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Nintendo - 1991 - U.S.A. & Europe
  -----------------------------------
  This 16-bit system was released to replace the NES due to the Sega 
  Genesis. 

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* Super Nintendo Entertainment System model 2 - Nintendo - 1991 - U.S.A. & Europe
  -------------------------------------------
  

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* Super TV Boy - SystemA - 19?? - Europe
  ------------
  Atari 2600 clone. 

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* Super UFO LP-6000 - ?? - 199? - ??
  -----------------
  NES clone system strange shaped like a UFO.

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* Supergame Game System - ?? - 199? - ??
  ---------------------
  Atari 2600 clone.

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* Supergame Game System II - ?? - 199? - ??
  ------------------------
  Atari 2600 clone.

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* Supervision - Many Company - 19?? - Worldwide
  -----------
  B&W Handheld system

  Check out [ TO COME ] Supervision FAQ for more info. 

  Links:
  Watara(2): http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/svboxr.jpg
  Hartung: http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/supervision.html

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* Sylvania - GTE - 19?? - U.S.A.
  --------
  Intellivision clone

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* Tandy V.I.S. - Tandy(Radio Shack) - 1992 - U.S.A.
  ------------
  Tandy's Video Information System was launched in the US in November 
  1992. It uses a modular windows operating system, based on Windows 
  3.1. Players cost $700, with discs around $30-80.

  The Tandy VIS is one more 'black box' illustrating the convergence of 
  computing and television. It offers users the opportunity to interact 
  with all the media types, thereby claiming to be a  multimedia machine 
  for home entertainment. Aimed principally at the US home market, Tandy 
  placed great emphasis on the VIS's interactive capability in their 
  marketing strategy. Unfortunately the fish didn't bite.

  The Tandy VIS actually trades under the name of the Memorex MD 2500 
  Video Information System. Its technical features are:  
           
  System:

  CPU: Intel 386
  Dimensions: (Height) 9.4 x (Width) 37.8 x (Depth) 34.3 cm
  Weight: 5.44 kg
  Operating Temp: 10°F to 95°F
  Operating Humidity: 20% to 80% non-condensing
  Power Requirement: 120 VAC
  Power Consumption: 40 watts max
  Usable Discs: VIS or CD

  The VIS utilises a wireless hand controller for human-computer 
  interaction. The hand controller provides full control over the VIS, 
  whether or not the machine is playing an audio CD or a VIS CD. An 
  additional feature of the VIS is its capability to save information on 
  a 'Save-It-Cartridge', this can perform a number of functions. For 
  example it can remember particular tracks of audio CDs so that the next 
  time that CD is inserted only those tracks are selected, additionally 
  it can be used by VIS CDs to store information, such as game position or 
  performance etc. If you own a Super VHS video, the VIS offers S-VHS 
  output, for direct connection. In addition the VIS offers separate 
  audio output offering stereo sound capability.

  There are many titles available for the VIS, mostly educational in 
  nature, though games are increasingly appearing for this platform. It 
  has however never been a large success even in its own domestic market. 
  US consumers never reacted to the VIS. This may be due to lack of general 
  appreciation of what it could do, or simply saturation of the US market 
  Whichever, the VIS has not merited ongoing development by Tandy.

  Game List:
  ----------
  The Secrets of Hoses Freeman
  Meeting of Minds
  Great Lives
  Western Art
  Atlas of US President
  The Cask of Amontillado
  
  Links:
  http://www.geocities.com/~compcloset/TandyVIS.htm

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* Tandyvision - Tandy(Radio Shack) - 19?? - U.S.A.
  -----------
  Intellivision clone

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* Tele-Fever - Eduscho - 19?? - Germany
  ----------
  Arcadia 2001 clone.

  Link:
  http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Lakes/8403/fever.htm
  http://www.emuclassics.com/slydc/arc-2001.htm
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/konsolen/telefever.html

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* Telegames Personal Arcade - Telegames - 198? - U.S.A.
  -------------------------
  Colecovision/Sega SG-1000 clone

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* Teleng Colorstars - ?? - 19?? - United Kingdom
  -----------------
  Carts:   #1 - Balls/paddle

  Links:
  http://crash.ihug.co.nz/~pinwhiz/weird.htm

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* Tomy Tutor Jr. [model TP-2001] - Tomy - 1983 - Japan
  ------------------------------
  Carts are compatible with the Tomy Tutor computers. Rumors has maybe 
  the cart are compatible with the SG-1000 or SG-1000 carts are compa-
  tible with the Tutor Jr. (Can anyone confirm this ?)

  Cart List:
  Bermuda Triangle - Japanese 020E
  Bombman- ??
  Car-Azy Racer - 8302 - 1983
  Cave Crawlers - 8100 - 1983
  Deep Six - 8106 - 1983 
  Don Pan - ??
  Frogger - Japanese 005E
  Hyperspace - 8102 - 1983
  Jungler - 8202 (Japanese 015E)
  Loco-Motion - 8203 - 1983 
  Majan - ??
  Marine Adventure - Japanese 008E
  Mission Attack - Japanese 009E
  Monster Inn - Japanese 002E
  Mr. Do - ??
  Mystery Gold - Japanese 011E
  NightFlight - Japanese 007E
  Pooyan - 8200 - 1983 
  Saurusland - ??
  Scramble - 8201 (Japanese 006E) - 1983 
  Torpedo Terror - 8101


  Link:
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/game_ma/pjr.htm

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* Top Game VG8000 - CCE - 1990 - Brazil
  ---------------
  NES Clone with 60-pins slot only.

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* Top Game VG9000 - CCE - 1990 - Brazil
  ---------------
  NES Clone with both 60-pins & 72-pins slots.

  Link:
  http://atarihq.com/tsr/nes/brazil/topgame.jpg

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* Tryom Video Game Center - Tryom - 19?? - U.S.A. ?
  -----------------------
  Arcadia 2001 clone, MPT-03 type

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* Tunix Home Arcade - Monaco Distributors Ltd. - 19?? - New Zealand
  -----------------
  Arcadia 2001 clone?

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* TV Boy 1 - Akor - 19?? - Europe
  --------
  Handheld system with 126 VCS2600 games built-in. 

  Link:
  http://www.silicium.org/consoles/tvboy.htm
  http://mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/tvboy.htm
  http://www.fortunecity.com/underworld/goldeneye/717/tvb.htm

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* TV Boy 1 - Nics/SystemA - 19?? - Worldwide [Red, White or Black]
  --------
  Handheld system with 126 VCS2600 games built-in. Comes in three color
  variation: Red, White or Black. To see the list of all the games, check
  out the link:

  Links:
  http://mykes.webmaster.com/riffraff/tvboy.cgi

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* TV Boy II - Nics/SystemA - 19?? - Worldwide
  ---------
  Handheld system with 126 VCS2600 games built-in. 

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* TV Game 96-in-1 - ?? - 19?? - ??
  ---------------
  Atari 2600 clone. 

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* Unimex Mark IX - ?? - 19?? - Europe
  --------------
  Cart:
  SUPERSTAR          Unimex 901
  Ballspiele         Unimex 9??
  Motorradrennen     Unimex 9??
  Wipeout/Bowling    Unimex 9??

  Compatible with all Poppy-Carts
  Sounds like PC-5xx type carts...

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* Univox Jeux Video Cassette Interchangeables - Univox - 19?? - Europe
  -------------------------------------------
  Use PC-5xx type carts based GI chips ?

  Carts: 1001 - Superstar

  Links:
  http://www.mo5.com/MHI/CONSOLES/uni.htm

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* Vectrex - GCE - 19?? - U.S.A.
  -------
  Check out Gregg Woodcock Vectrex FAQ for more info. 

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* Videocassettey Rock - G-L - 1977 - Japan
  -------------------
  No details at the moment....

  Link:
  http://www.ne.jp/asahi/cvs/odyssey/videogames/rock/index.html

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* Video Computer Multi 100-in-1 - ?? - 19?? - ???
  -----------------------------
  Atari 2600 clone. 

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* Video Computer Multi 127-in-1 - ?? - 19?? - ???
  -----------------------------
  Atari 2600 clone.

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* Video Computer Multi 190-in-1 - ?? - 19?? - ???
  -----------------------------
  Atari 2600 clone.


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* Video Game System LP-2001 - Modern Style - 199? - Europe
  -------------------------
  Nes pirate clone in the shape of a Playstation. 

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* Videogame System DR21R - ?? - 19?? - ??
  ----------------------
  Famicom clone. 

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* Videomaster Database - ?? - 19?? - Europe
  --------------------
  Same as the Voltmace and the Waddingtons "Database" Consoles.
  For Cart List, please check out the Voltmace section.

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* View Master Interactive Vision - ?? - 1989 - USA ?
  ----------------------------
  Enigmatic and rare Tape Video Game System.
  The ViewMaster Interactive Vision was named Toy of the Year, 1989.

  Links:
  http://www.geocities.com/~compcloset/ViewMasterInteractiveVision.htm

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* Voltmace Database Games-Computer - Waddingtons - 19?? - Australia & Europe
  --------------------------------
  
  Cart List:
  ----------
  01 - Air-sea Battle            16 - Alien Invasion
  02 - Blackjack                 17 - Golf
  03 - Bat and Ball              18 - Box Clever
  04 - Road Race                 19 - Treasure Hunt
  05 - Tank and Plane            20 - Arcade
  06 - Mathematics 1             21 - Musical Memory
  07 - Mathematics 2             22 - ???
  08 - Shooting Gallery          23 - ???
  09 - Brain Drain               24 - Munch and Crunch
  10 - Maze                      25 - Leap frog
  11 - Horse Race
  12 - Circus
  13 - Boxing
  14 - Four in a Row 
  15 - Space Battle
  
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* Wonder Mega - JVC - 1992 - Japan
  ----------
  Sega Genesis & CD Authorized Clone and has MIDI terminals.

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* Wonder Mega II - JVC - 1993 - Japan
  --------------
  Same as the Wonder Mega but without the MIDI terminals. Has built-in
  karaoke and has infrared controllers. 

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* Wonderboy  - ?? - 19?? - ??
  ---------
  Game Boy pirate clone

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* Zemmix CPC-50 - Zemmix - 19?? - Korea?
  -------------
  No detail at the moment...

  Links:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/Zemmix.htm

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* Zircon Channel F - Zircon - 19?? - U.S.A.
  ----------------
  AKA as the Channel F II. Please check .............. Channel F FAQ
  for more info




=======================================================================
3.0) Unclassified Systems: (released or not ??)
=======================================================================

If anyone has some infos or picture(s), it will be GREATLY appreciated
since these systems are unknow to us. Some of them might simply not 
exist or was supposed to be released, or a prototype might exist. 

* Aaronix Computer TV-Game AY-9900 (Pong ?)
* Audiosonic Tele-Sport III (Pong ?)
* Bit Amigo (?)
* Bit Corp. Bit-60 (2600/Colecovision clone ?)
* Colour sports - Sovereign (?)
* David Morris International Gold & Diamonds Game Gear (?)
* Epoch TV Game (?)
* Hanimex (Hanimex-Italy) (Arcd 2001 clone ?)
* Home Arcade (Adv. in TV) (Arcd 2001 clone ?)
* Home Vision HVC-2001 (?)
* Master Games MK-X Super Action Set (?)
* Mastergames Game Drive 2 (?)
* Ormatu 2001 (?)
* Palladium Sammlung (?)
* Pearless (NES pirate clone ?)
* Power Pro [Same as Gamate](Halls of Fame System) (?) 
* Prinztronic Micro 5050 (?)
* Romtec Portable System (?)
* Santron Videogames (?)
* Super Gun - Krisskross (?)
* Topstar Tournament 6000 (?)


=======================================================================
4.0) Prototypes & Never Released:
=======================================================================

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* Atari 2600 Jr. - Atari - 19?? - U.S.A.
  --------------
  PROTOTYPE: White model, same thing as the Ordinary Atari 2600 Jr.

  Link:
  http://www.atari-history.com/white2600.html

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* Atari 2700 - Atari - 1981 - U.S.A.
  ----------
  PROTOTYPE: aka RC stella. An Atari 2600 with wireless controllers.

  Link:
  http://www.atari-history.com/a2700.html

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* Atari 2900 - Atari - 198? - U.S.A.
  ----------
  PROTOTYPE:

  Link:
  http://www.atari-history.com/videogames/atari2900console.html

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* Atari 3200 System X - Atari - 198? - U.S.A.
  -------------------
  PROTOTYPE: aka Super Stella/Sylvia) 10-bit system

  Link:
  http://www.atari-history.com/sylvia/sylvia.html

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* Atari 3200 - Atari - 198? - U.S.A.
  ----------
  PROTOTYPE: Sears Super Arcade II. Clone of the System X for Sears.

  Link:
  http://www.atari-history.com/sylvia/sylvia.html
 
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* Atari 3600 - Atari - 198? - U.S.A.
  ----------
  PROTOTYPE:

  Link:
  http://www.atari-history.com/a3600.html

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* Atari 5100 - Atari - 19?? - U.S.A.
  ----------
  PROTOTYPE: aka 5200 Jr. or Little PAM.

  Link:
  http://www.atari.nu/5100.html
  http://www.emuclassics.com/backintime/Atari%20Games/5200/
  Prototypes/Frame5200Proto.html
 
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* Atari 7800 Clear model - Atari - 19?? - U.S.A.
  ----------------------
  PROTOTYPE: Same as the Atari 7800, no difference. 

  Link:
  http://www.atari-history.com/7800specs.html

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* Atari Cosmos Holographic Video Game System - Atari - 1981 - U.S.A.         
  ------------------------------------------
  PROTOTYPE:

  Link:
  http://www.atari-history.com/cosmos/cosmos.html

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* Atari CX-2000 - Atari - 1982 - U.S.A.
  -------------
  Atari 2600 PROTOTYPE

  Link:
  http://www.atari-history.com/a2000.html 

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* Atari CX-3000 - Atari - 198? - U.S.A.
  -------------
  PROTOTYPE:

  Link:
  http://www.atari-history.com/a2000.html 

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* Atari Game Brain (model C-700) - Atari - 19?? - U.S.A.         
  ------------------------------
  PROTOTYPE: Atari's first cartridge based programmable video game 
  console. It's actually was a system with no major CPU or games in it.
  The main "heart" of the system was it's game cartridges. The cartridges 
  were all based on already existing stand-alone game consoles such as :
  Super Pong, Video Pinball, Stunt Cycle, and Video Music.
 
  Link:
  http://www.atari-history.com/gamebrain.html

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* Atari Jaguar-Duo - Atari - 19?? - U.S.A.
  ----------------

  Link:
  http://www.emuclassics.com/backintime/Atari%20Games/Jaguar/Prototypes/
  FrameJagProto.html.
  

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* Atari Jaguar VR - Atari - 19?? - U.S.A.
  ---------------

  Link:
  

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* Atari Panther - Atari - 19?? - U.S.A.
  -------------
  PROTOTYPE: 32-bit system on which the Atari Jaguar was based on. 

  Link:
  http://www.homecomputer.de/pages/f_panther.html
  
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* Atari Spector Holoptic  - Atari - 19?? - U.S.A.
  ----------------------
  PROTOTYPE:
 
  Link:
  http://www.atari-history.com/cosmos/spector.html

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* Atari Video System X - Atari - 19?? - U.S.A.
  --------------------
  PROTOTYPE: aka the VS-X.

  Link:
  http://www.atari.nu/vsx.html 

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* Bandai Portable Super Famicom - Bandai - 19?? - Japan 
  -----------------------------
  PROTOTYPE:  AKA Home Entertainment Terminal

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* Car Marty - Fujitsu - 19?? - Japan
  ---------
  FM Town portable. No more detail at the moment.
  
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* Express, The - ?? - 19?? - ??
  ------------
  NES Portable System.

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* Hasbro VR - hasbro - 19?? - Europe
  ---------
  No known detail at the moment...

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* Konix Multi-System - Nonix - 1990 - Europe
  ------------------
  PROTOTYPE: The Konix Multi System started life at the beginning of 
  1988 as a product of co-operation between two companies Konix, 
  joystick manufacturers, and Flare Technology. Flare had a finished 
  prototype of their Flare One computer, they got in contact with Konix 
  who had an idea for a games console. They saw in the Flare One the 
  ideal computer to put in their console design. Thus the Multi System 
  was born.... and it died sometime in 1990 after numerous delays and
  changes.

  Specifications:
  On-board memory: 256K (in later versions upgraded to 512K).
  Processor: 16-bit 8086 chip plus a custom 12 Mhz ASIC chip (includes 
             video generator, colour palette, disk controller, Blitter, 
             ROM, fast RAM, 12 MIP Arithmetic and Logic Unit, RISC 
             Digital Signal Processor, stereo compact disk DACs and digital 
             and analogue ports.
  Graphics: maximum resolution of 512x200 pixels and 16 colors.
  Color palette: 4,096 colors.
  Sound: 25 (?) channel stereo CD quality sound.
  Display output: Standard TV or RGB composite video.
  Sound output: Via TV or through stereo headphone socket.
  Software format: Customised 880K 3.5" disks and expansion cartridge.

  Links:
  http://www.noord.bart.nl/~hmeun/konix/konix-menu.htm
  http://www.atari-computer.de/mjaap/computer/konix.htm
  
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* Matsushita Goldstar M2 - Matsushita - 19?? - Japan
  ----------------------
  PROTOTYPE: 

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* Magnavox Brown Box - Magnavox - 1967 - U.S.A.
  ------------------
  Designed by Ralf Baer, this is the prototype on which the Odyssey 1
  was the insparation. On this day, Ralf Baer still owns the Bron Box 
  and he last shown at the CGE of 1999.
   
  Link:
  http://www.ne.jp/asahi/cvs/odyssey/videogames/brown/index.html

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* NEC Iron Man - NEC - 1992 - Japan
  ------------
  PROTOTYPE: AKA Hudson 32-Bit or Project Tetsujin. This is the proto
  that was based to developed the PC-FX.

  Link:
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/IronMan.htm   

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* NTG Opera - ?? -19?? - ??
  ---------
  PROTOTYPE: No known detail at the moment...

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* Odyssey 3 - Magnavox - 19?? - U.S.A.
  ---------
  Check out the Robert D. Kaiser Ultimate Odyssey^2 and Odyssey^3 FAQ  
  for more info. 

  Link:
  http://www.atarihq.com/museum/nonatari/hardware/o3.jpg

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* Panasonic M2 - Panasonic - 19?? - Japan
  ------------
  PROTOTYPE:

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* Sega Neptune - Sega - 1995 - U.S.A.
  ------------
  PROTOTYPE: Genesis/32X hybrid. For more info check out Sly D.C. Sega
  32X FAQ and for a picture, check out the following link:

  Link:
  http://www.emuclassics.com/slydc/sega/32x.htm

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* Sega Jupiter - Sega - 19?? - U.S.A.?
  ------------
  NEVER RELEASED: 32X/Saturn hybrid. No known prototype exist.

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* Sega VR - Sega - 19?? - U.S.A.
  -------
  PROTOTYPE:

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* SNK Neo-Sallista - SNK - 19?? - Japan
  ----------------
  No known detail at the moment...

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* Sony Portable CD-I player - Sony - 19?? - ??
  -------------------------
  No known detail at the moment...

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* Super N.E.S. CD - Nintendo - 19?? - U.S.A.
  ------------
  PROTOTYPE: 

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* TXE Multisystem - MVS Company - 19?? - Japan
  ---------------
  PROTOTYPE: CD-Rom based system. No more detail at the moment.

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* Top Guy - ?? - 19?? - ??
  -------
  PROTOTYPE: Nes Portable

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* Ultravision Arcade System - Ultravision - 1983 - U.S.A. 
  -------------------------
  PROTOTYPE:Sometimes referred to as "Video Arcade System" was actually a 
  television, a videogame unit, and a computer. The eighty-four channel 
  color television was to have a ten inch diagonal screen and input/output 
  jacks to allow hook ups with a video recorder and camera.

  The basic videogame component accepts only Ultravision's own line of 
  cartridges. But the owner was to have the option of purchasing two 
  add-on modules seperately, one that will allow him/her to play 
  Colecovision games on the Ultravision, and the other for games of the 
  Atari VCS persuasion. The unit was to come complete with two sixteen 
  position joysticks with top-mounted fire buttons.

  The Ultravision computer contained 64K of memory, expandable to 
  128K. It uses Microsoft Basic with four other languages accessible.  
  512 characters are displayable and sixteen colors are possible. The 
  typewriter-style keyboard contained sixty keys, eight programmable 
  keys, and upper and lower case alphabet set.The optional disk drive 
  requires either five and a quarter or eight inch floppy disks, both 
  single side, double density.

  The unit was to be compatible with Applesoft and CP/M software. So 
  the purchaser was to be walking into a ready-made library. In addition 
  to its own videogames, Ultravision was to release its own line of 
  computer software. By covering all the bases, Ultravision ultimately 
  hoped that its system would be the most software-compatible, the most 
  versatile unit available. Weighing in at under ten pounds, the machine 
  ran on AC or DC current. A car lighter adapter cord was to be available 
  so the obsessed user can program in a car or on a boat.

  Cartridges Announced for the Ultravision VAS:

  * Baseball Top                * Karate II
  * B-52 Bomber                 * Quest for the Idol II
  * Condor Attack II            * Space War
  * Dare Devil Driver           * Spider Kong II
  * Emergency I                 * Swimming Contest
  * Football                    * Unexpected Dangers

  Links:
  http://www.atarihq.com/museum/nonatari/ultravis.html

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* World Book Tutorvision -   - 19?? - U.S.A.
  ----------------------
  PROTOTYPE: Intv educational clone, only one known exist.

  Link:
  
 
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* WOWOW Videogame System - Taito/JSB/ASCII - 19?? - Japan?
  ----------------------
  No known detail at the moment...

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5.0) Credits:
=======================================================================

* The Strange (and Rare) Videogame Pics Page 
  http://members.tripod.com/~faberp/
  Webmaster: Fabrizio Pedrazinni (brizio@sisinfo.it)

* The Initiative List of the Club 8-Bit
  http://perso.club-internet.fr/sap1/initiative.txt
  Maintainer: Nicolas Sapin (sap1@club-internet.fr)

* Chronological Table of Sega Related Consoles in Japan
  YONE (fwik0826@mb.infoweb.ne.jp)

* Classic Videogame Station ODYSSEY (in Japanese)
  http://www.ne.jp/asahi/cvs/odyssey/history/index.htm

* Toragiku? (jkubota@mo.okidata.co.jp)
  http://www3.wind.ne.jp/toragiku/index_e.htm

* Atari Gaming Headquarters
  http://www.atarihq.com/
  Webmasters: Keita Lida & John Hardie (editor@atarihq.com)

* La Page a Romu (Romu's Page)
  http://www.multimania.com/romualdl/zesite.html
  Webmaster: Romuald Line (romualdl@multimania.com)

* Robert's Classic Video Games Collecting site.
  http://www.primenet.com/~rworne/test.shtml
  Webmaster: Robert Worne (rworne@primenet.com)

* Die Geschichte der Heimcomputer
  http://www.atari-computer.de/mjaap/computer/hc_index.htm
  Webmaster: Dirk Ingensiep (dingensiep@aol.com)

* Dirk´s Telespiel-Klassiker
  http://members.aol.com/telespiel/go.html

* HCM: The Home Computer Museum
  http://www.homecomputer.de/
  Webmasters: Kerstin & Stefan (Stefan@HomeComputer.de)

* Ian's game page
  http://www.gyruss.demon.co.uk/ian/games/index.html
  Webmaster: Ian Pleasance (ian@planetbuilders.co.uk)

* Silicium: Le musée de l'informatique
  http:/www.silicium.org/
  Webmaster: (webmaster@silicium.org)

* Pelikonepeijoonit: The Artic Computer & Console Museum
  http://zap.to/peijoonit
  Webmasters: Manu Pärssinen (man@sci.fi)

* The Atari Historical Society
  http://www.atari-history.com/
  Webmaster: Curt Vendel (webmaster@atari-history.com) 

* Back in time
  http://www.emuclassics.com/backintime/
  Webmaster: Mike Stulir (backintime@emuclassics.com)

* The Computer Closet - Classic Computers & Video Games
  http://www.geocities.com/~compcloset/index.html
  Webmaster: K.C.(kccomp@ix.netcom.com)

* Marcus Garrett's The Trading Post
  http://www.geocities.com/TimesSquare/Maze/4081/
  Webmaster: Marcus Garrett (garrett@mandic.com.br)

* Martin's Videogame Klassiker
  http://home.ins.de/~martin.gansel/mindex.htm
  Webmaster: Martin Gansel (martin.gansel@home.ins.de)

* Philippe Dubois's Musée d'Histoire Informatique
  http://mo5.com/MHI/index.htm
  Webmaster: Philippe Dibois (samurai@mo5.com)

* A.M.I. Le Musee Informatique
  http://www.aminfo.net/
  Webmaster: (ph.fernandez@aminfo.net)

* Museos Informaticos
  http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Lakes/8403/index.html?
  Webmaster: Miguel Duran Una (miguelduran@geocities.com)

* MUSEUM ELECTRONICAE
  http://www.multimania.com/museumelectronic/MuseumIndex.html
  Webmaster: (tempest-tal@wanadoo.fr)

* Obscure Pixels
  http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~pinwhiz/console.htm
  Webmaster: Micheal Davidson (pinwhiz@ihug.co.nz)

* Classic Computers & Videogames
  http://www.noord.bart.nl/~hmeun/index.html
  Webmaster: Hessel Meun (hmeun@noord.bart.nl)

* Welt der Heimcomputer, Telespiele und Videospielsysteme
  http://www.heimcomputer.de/
  Webmaster: Gregor Bubek? (webmaster@heimcomputer.de)

* TELEGAMEZ.DE - Der Videospielkonsolen-Experte
  http://www.fortunecity.com/underworld/goldeneye/717/
  Webmaster: (Compie@telegamez.de)

* TSR's NES archive
  http://atarihq.com/tsr/index.html
  Webmaster: (tsr@atarihq.com)

* PC-FX Station 32
  http://pcenginefx.com/PC-FX/
  Webmaster: Aaron Nanto (pcefx@pcenginefx.com)

* TempesT's Wicked Classic Video Game Page
  http://www.videogamenews.net/HTM/GamePageHistory/museum.htm
  Webmaster: Tempest (Editor@videogamenews.net)

* Atari 2600 Nexus
  http://ccwf.cc.utexas.edu/~bilstein/atari2600nexus/index.html
  Webmaster: Alexander R. Bilstein (bilstein@mail.utexas.edu)

* Teflon (tspigp@rbkc.gov.uk)
* ??? (Quetzalcoatl@voerde.globvill.de)
* Christian Oliver (windle_c@informatik.fh-hamburg.de)
* Patrice Le Bihan (musepat@club-internet.fr)
* Stephen C. Cooper (steve@stokesay.demon.co.uk)
* Jeff Kinder (jkinder@eclipse.net)


Thanks and see you in the next version !!!
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Copyright(c)1999, Sylvain De Chantal, "sylvaindc@videotron.ca"
or come visit my homepage at "http://www.emuclassics.com/slydc/"
or my mirror at: "http://www.chez.com/slydc/"

And Olivier Boisseau, "oboissea@club-internet.fr"
8-Bits Rendez-Vous: "http://www.8bit.computingmuseum.com/"
Le Club 8-bit : "http://clubs.yahoo.com/clubs/club8bit/"
Patrimoine Gironde: "http://www.multimania.com/gironde/"







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