List of Videopac games

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The Magnavox Odyssey2

Magnavox games[edit]

In the United States the following games were released by Magnavox.[1]

Philips games[edit]

Promotional poster for Videopac games released by Philips.

In the European market, each game released by Philips was clearly assigned a number from 1 to 47.[3]

  1. Race / Spin-Out / Cryptogram
  2. Pairs / Space Rendezvous / Logic
  3. American Football
  4. Air-Sea War / Battle
  5. Blackjack
  6. Tenpin Bowling / Basketball
  7. Mathematician / Echo
  8. Baseball
  9. Computer Programmer
  10. Golf
  11. Cosmic Conflict
  12. Take the Money and Run
  13. Playschool Maths
  14. Gunfighter
  15. Samurai
  16. Depth Charge / Marksman
  17. Chinese Logic
  18. Laser War
  19. Catch The Ball / Noughts and Crosses
  20. Stone Sling
  21. Secret of the Pharaohs
  22. Space Monster
  23. Las Vegas Gambling
  24. Flipper Game
  25. Skiing
  26. Basket Game
  27. Electronic Table Football
  28. Electronic Volleyball
  29. Dam Buster
  30. Battlefield
  31. Musician
    (with musical keyboard)
  32. A Lab. Ga. / Superm.
  33. Jumping Acrobats
  34. Satellite Attack
  35. Electronic Billiards
  36. Electronic Soccer / Electronic Ice Hockey
  37. Monkeyshines
  38. Munchkin
  39. Freedom Fighters
  40. 4 in 1 Row
  41. Conquest of the World
    (with accompanying board game)
  42. Quest of the Rings
    (with accompanying board game)
  43. Pickaxe Pete
  44. Crazy Chase
  45. Morse
  46. The Great Wall Street Fortune Hunt
    (with accompanying booklet and playing cards)
  47. The Mousing Cat

After the launch of the G7400 console in 1983, the games' packaging design changed to a red masthead:

  1. Backgammon
  2. Turtles
  3. Super Bee
  4. Terrahawks
  5. Killer Bees
  6. Nightmare
  7. Loony Balloon
  8. Neutron Star
  9. Norseman
  10. Blobbers
  11. Air Battle
  12. Helicopter Rescue
  13. Trans American Rally

Expansion modules[edit]

Third-party games[edit]

Parker[edit]

Imagic[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.videopac.com/mago2.html
  2. ^ "The Players Guide to Fantasy Games". Electronic Games. June 1983. p. 47. Retrieved 6 January 2015. 
  3. ^ http://www.videopac.com/standard.html