List of first generation home video game consoles

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The first generation of video game consoles lasted approximately 12 years. The first console of the generation was the 1972 Magnavox Odyssey, and the final one was the 1978 Elwro Television Game 10 (TVG-10), later sold by PPZ Ameprod from 1981 until 1984. The last new console release of the generation was most likely the Compu-Vision 440 by radio manufacturer Bentley in 1983,[1] although other systems were also released in that year. The first console generation overlaps with the second and third generations, which comprise more advanced consoles than the first generation and lasted from 1976–1992 and 1983–2003.

Due to the sheer number of different consoles produced, it is hard to determine how many were made, however, they outnumber every other video game console, both home and handheld combined, hardware revisions included. For that reason, they've been separated from the rest of the generations.

For a list of home consoles after the first generation, see List of home video game consoles.

For a list of handheld game consoles, see List of handheld game consoles.

Repetition and similarities[edit]

Naming[edit]

Nintendo's first console, the Color TV-Game 6, has one of the most generic names, sharing every element often repeated in other titles.

Possibly due to it being a new technology, unknown by most of the public, manufacturers placed emphasis on what the console was, and what it could do, with little to tell them apart. The most common elements were usually:

  • TV - Indicating it was a device that hooked up to a television.
  • Color - Indicating the machines were capable of outputting color, as color TV adoption wasn't as widespread yet, and many countries still had black and white television.
  • Game - Indicating it was a game that could be played.
  • Sport/s - As most were based on pong related games, which fit in the sports genre.
  • And additionally a number, which usually indicated either the quantity of different games available on the system, or was just a model number to differentiate systems from one another.

This led to many consoles being nearly identical in name, possibly leading to market confusion.

Identical consoles[edit]

A lot of the consoles were either copies of others, had very similar form factors with different inputs, or were just distributed under different names in different regions. An example being the Binatone line, being also released simultaneously under the names "Mentor" and "Tokyo";

Name changes are most commonly exemplified by the Sears Tele-Games line, which consisted of existing Coleco, APF and Atari Consoles, only difference being the Sears branding;

Other examples inclue;

  • Montiverdi TV Sport 825 same as Lloyds TV Sports 812
  • Prinztronic Tournament IV same as Magnavox Atomic TV-Player 1

Clone consoles[edit]

Although most consoles are near identical game play wise, due to the use of the same integrated circuits, some consoles were more blatant on their copying, and tried to mimic specific consoles. An example of what is possibly the first clone video game console is the Spanish Overkal created by Inter Electrónica S. A. in 1974, that cloned the Magnavox Odyssey released two years earlier in the US, and in Europe by ITT as the Odyssee one year earlier, with similar shape, controllers, color scheme, and even all the accessories included, such as the poker chips, paper money, play board, and even the overlays;

Light Gun Functionality[edit]

Light Gun that came included with the APF TV Fun Model 402c.

Some consoles had light gun style games included in the system alongside the other sports games modes. While supported, some consoles included the accessory in the box, while others needed to be purchased separately. The first Light Gun, the shotgun that worked with the Odyssey and came with the game Shooting Gallery was an optional game. Some were later included with the console in a bundle.

Some guns, like the one on the Coleco Telstar Marksman, came with a removable stock and barrel parts to attach to the gun depending on play style.

Light Guns of this era have realistic proportions, shape and color, due to the fact that during the 70's and 80's there were no laws against the depiction of realistic weapons in children's toys. While some manufacturers later chose to use bright colors and more sci-fi designs, the prohibition of such designs in the US only came in 1992.

Market saturation[edit]

The crash of 1977[edit]

The Coleco Telstar Arcade tried to implement Coleco's previous dedicated consoles into one, with little success.

While the crash of 1983 lasted three years without innovation and further stagnation, the crash of 1977 was a more instantaneous event, because what caused it was the existence of cartridge based consoles like the Fairchild Channel F the year before, and the popular Atari 2600, among many others that were available on the market.

Being able to purchase new, better and different games for the same console at a reduced price, instead of several identical consoles that occupied more space and a connection on the TV, lead to the fall of dedicated consoles, in favor of better technologies. The transition was abrupt, so manufacturers scrambled to replace or sell aging tech.

Atari considered creating a second cartridge console to implement their surplus of processors from their dedicated line of consoles, which took the form of the Atari Game Brain to be released in 1978, but the plan ultimately fell through, as it would create confusion with their more successful console, and so it was canceled.

While these consoles mostly disappeared from America in 1978, in other regions of the world, most notably Europe and Japan, these consoles were thriving, as second generation consoles didn't have a strong presence. This led to a family of clone consoles that had their CPUs in individual cartridges.

Permanence in the market[edit]

More than 200 different companies were involved in the first generation, and while more than half only released one console, it's still a large number of companies compared to the 20 that partook on the second generation.

There were only 18 manufacturers to create consoles past the first generation. The rest never entered the video game console market again. When only counting those who took part in the Second Generation, meaning companies that released a new platform after first generation, there's only 12.

Nintendo is the only company that participated in the first generation that still presently manufactures video game consoles.

   Background shading indicates transition to second generation.
Name First console Year Next generation system Year Generation
Acetronic Tele-Sports IV 1978 MPU-1000 1979 Second
APF TV Fun 401 1976 APF-MP 1000 1978 Second
Atari Inc. Home Pong 1975 2600 1977 Second
Audiosonic PP-420 19?? 1292 Advanced Programmable Video System 1978 Second
Bandai TV Jack 1000 1977 Super Vision 8000 1979 Second
Coleco Telstar 1976 ColeCovision 1982 Second
Commodore TV Game 2000K 1975 Commodore 64 Games System 1990 Third
Entex Gameroom Tele-Pong 1976 Select-A-Game Machine 1981 Second
Epoch TV Tennis Electrotennis 1975 Cassette Vision 1981 Second
Grandstand Match of the Day 2000 1977 Light Games 1988 Fourth
Interton Video 2000 1976 VC 4000 1978 Second
Magnavox Odyssey 1972 Odyssey2 1978 Second
Nintendo Color TV-Game 6 1977 Family Computer 1983 Third
Philips Philips Tele-Game ES 2301 1975 Videopac G7000 1983 Third
Radiofin Black & White TV Game 1977 1292 Advanced Programmable Video System 1979 Second
Tandy/Radio Shack TV Scoreboard 1976 Tandy Memorex Video Information System 1992 Fourth
Tomy Color Model 601 1977 Pyuuta Jr. 1983 Third
Unisonic Sportsman T101 1976 Champion 2711 1978 Second

List of systems[edit]

The following is a list in alphabetical order of the manufacturers, followed by the name of the console, release year, integrated chip if it had one, and whether it came with a light gun or the option to buy one separately. This list is in no way complete, as there are hundreds of consoles, some with color/name/hardware variations.

For comparison, there are 93 home platforms starting with the second generation, and 71 handheld consoles, totaling 164[note 1]

Released systems[edit]

There are 875 known first-generation home video game consoles known to exist.

Console Manufacturer Year Country Description Image CPU Additional input Games count External reference
Programmable 2003 1977[2] PC-50x serie pong console light gun
Jeu Video JT 321 1977[2] pong console 4
2000 T.V. Game 1978[3] analog Pong console, uses discrete components. Games: Tennis, Football and Squash 3
Ags TVG 101-4 A.G.S. Electronics Ltd. 1977[2] Canada pong console AY-3-8500 4
TV Fun 401 APF Electronics Inc. 1976 United States of America APF pong console
APF TV Fun model 401.jpg
AY-3-8500[4] 4 old-computers.com ID
TV Fun 401A APF Electronics Inc. 1977 United States of America APF pong console
APF TV Fun model 401.jpg
AY-3-8500 4
TV Fun Sportsarama 402 - 402C APF Electronics Inc. 1977 United States of America APF pong console
APF-TV-Fun-402C-Console-01.jpg
MPS-7600-001 light gun
paddle
8
TV Fun Match 405 APF Electronics Inc. 1977 United States of America APF pong console AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
TV Fun 405a APF Electronics Inc. 1977 United States of America APF pong console AY-3-8500 4
TV Fun 406 APF Electronics Inc. 1977 United States of America APF pong console AY-3-8500 4
TV Fun 442 APF Electronics Inc. 1977 United States of America APF pong console
APF TV Fun (model 442) - 1977.jpg
TMS-1955 4
TV Fun 444 APF Electronics Inc. United States of America APF pong console 4
Video Game (D-5654) Academy 1977 United Kingdom pong console. 4 games AY-3-8500 4
Most Exciting Home Video Game (D-5614) Academy 1977 United Kingdom Pong console AY-3-8500 4
Video Game (D-5715) Academy 1977 United Kingdom pong console. 6 games light gun 6
TVG-406-6 Academy 1977 United Kingdom pong console light gun 6
D-5996 Programmable TV Game Console Academy 1977 United Kingdom pc-50x serie
Tele-Sports IV Acetronic 1978 United Kingdom pc-50x Pong console
Acetronic-Telesports-IV.jpg
Colour TV Game Acetronic 1978 United Kingdom Acetronic pong console light gun 10
Sports-Action TV Game 922 Acetronic 1977 United Kingdom Acetronic pong console light gun 6
TV Game T-800 Ajax 1977 United Kingdom Ajax pong console AY-3-8500 4
TVG-621 Ajax United Kingdom Ajax pong console AY-3-8500 4
T-338 Ajax United Kingdom Ajax pong console. = Hanimex T-338 AY-3-8500 4
Color Video Game BM-1000 Ajax 1977 United Kingdom Ajax pong console AY-3-8500
TV Game (TVG-406-6) Ajax 1977 United Kingdom Ajax pong console AY-3-8500 light gun 6
TV Game AU-807 Ajax 1977 United Kingdom Ajax pong console AY-3-8500 4
TVG-SD-01-8 Color Akur 1977 Germany pong console AY-3-8500[5] light gun 6
Video SD-050 Akur 1978[5] Germany pc-50x serie
Visiomatic 101 Alcatel 1975 France pong console produced by Alcatel and sold by Pizon Bros
Visiomatic 101, la première console de jeu française (Pixel Museum, Schiltigheim) (48380052077).jpg
AY-3-8500[5] light gun 7 old-computers.com ID
Video Spiel TG-621 Alex 1977[2] Germany pong console. = Conic TV Sports TG-621 AY-3-8500 old-computers.com ID
Videotronic II (3388) Alfa Electronics PTE. LTD. Australia black case. B&W display. 4
Videotronic II (8550C) Alfa Electronics PTE. LTD. Australia pong console. Color video 4
Videotronic Alfa Electronics PTE. LTD.[6] Australia discrete Pong console. black case. controller with 2 paddles. 3 games 3
TV Spel AU-807 Algemene Bank Nederland (ABN) 1977[2] Netherlands pong console. = Ajax pong console AY-3-8500 4
TV Spel T-338 Algemene Bank Nederland (ABN) 1977[2] Netherlands dutch pong console. = Ajax pong console AY-3-8500 4
Name Of The Game (A-100) Allied's 1976 United States of America alied's console. 2 or 4 players. Games: handball, tennis, hockey, target MPS-7600-001 light gun 4
Name of the Game II (A-300) Allied's 1976 United States of America Allied's pong game. only 2 players: practice, handball, tennis, hockey MPS-7600-001 4
Electronic TV Game Centre Model 15 Alltronic 1977[2] European Union pong console light gun 6
HK 1350 Alltronic 1977[2] European Union pong console light gun 6
7000 Color Alltronic 1978[2] European Union pc-50x serie
Stadium 4002 Ameltone 1977[2] United Kingdom pong console AY-3-8500[5] 4
Stadium BW-11 Ameltone 1977[2] United Kingdom pong console AY-3-8500[5] light gun 6
Stadium Colour C-22 Ameltone 1977[2] United Kingdom pong console light gun 6
TVG-SD-01 Ameltone 1977[2] United Kingdom Ameltone pong console 4
Stadium C-4003 Ameltone 1977[2] United Kingdom pong console AY-3-8500[5]
Most Exciting Home Video Game D-5614 Ameltone 1977[2] United Kingdom pong console AY-3-8500[5]
6 Asaflex 1977 France Asaflex pong console AY-3-8500 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
Video Sports 2000 Asaflex 1977 France Asaflex pong console AY-3-8500 4
Video Sports Asaflex 1977 France Asaflex pong console AY-3-8500 4
TVG-209-4 Asaki Italy pong console. 4 games 4
TVG 200 Asaki Italy pong console. 6 games. (may be the TVG 209 erroneously written?) 6
Ultra Pong Doubles (C-402 D) Atari, Inc. United States of America 4 player
Atari Ultra Pong(2).jpg
C010765 16 old-computers.com ID
Pong (model C-100) Atari, Inc. 1976 United States of America ATARI - 1976
Atari Pong MGP9845.jpg
3659-1C/C2566 1 old-computers.com ID
Super Pong (C-140) Atari, Inc. United States of America video game console model
Atari Super Pong.jpg
C010073-3 4 old-computers.com ID
Super Pong Ten (C-180) Atari, Inc. United States of America video game console model
Atari Super Pong Ten.jpg
C010073-01/C2607[4] 10 MobyGames ID
Stunt Cycle (C-450) Atari, Inc. United States of America ATARI - 1977. Games: stunt cycle, drag race, motocross, enduro
Stuntcycle-cropped.jpg
4 old-computers.com ID
Hockey Pong (C-121) Atari, Inc. United States of America Atari console videogame of first generation
Atari Pong Hockey (C-121).jpg
4
Video Pinball C-380 (woodgrain) Atari, Inc. 1977 United States of America first-generation home video game console manufactured, released and marketed by Atari, Inc.
AtariVideoPinballVer1.jpg
C011500-11/C011512-05[4] 7 old-computers.com ID Gaming-History identifier
Video Pinball C-380 (white) Atari, Inc. 1977 United States of America first-generation home video game console manufactured, released and marketed by Atari, Inc.
Atari Video Pinball C-380.jpg
C011500-11/C011512-05[4] 7
Super Pong PRO-AM (C-200) Atari, Inc. United States of America video game console model C010073-01/C2607[4] 5
Super Pong PRO-AM Ten (C-202) Atari, Inc. United States of America Atari console of first generation 10
Ultra Pong (C-402 S) Atari, Inc. United States of America Atari pong console. 16 pong games 2 player. Identical at Ultra Pong Doubles but for two players only. C010765 16
Pong Doubles (C-160) Atari, Inc. United States of America 1 pong games, 4 players 3659-3 1
TV-Player 1 Atomic 1977[7] Germany pong console manufactured for Car Safety AY-3-8500 4
TV-Player II Atomic 1977 Germany pong console manufactured for Car Safety 4
PP-800 Audiosonic 1977 Netherlands AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Color TV Game PP-160 Audiosonic 1982 Netherlands pong console AY-3-8500[8] 4
Home's TV Set PP-600 Audiosonic 1977 Netherlands pong console AY-3-8500[8] 4
Most Exciting Home Video Game PP-420 Audiosonic 1977 Netherlands pong console AY-3-8500 4
PP-150 Audiosonic 1978 Netherlands pong console 4
PP-790 Audiosonic 1978 Netherlands pc-50x serie
PP-795 Audiosonic 1978 Netherlands 9012 console type (pc-50x serie)
PP-900 Audiosonic 1977 Netherlands pong console light gun 6
Tele-Sports IV Audiosonic 1978 Netherlands pc-50x serie old-computers.com ID
Programmable tele-sports III Audiosonic 1978 Netherlands pc-50x serie
PP-920 (920B) Audiosonic 1978 Netherlands pong console (different case from 920C and 920D) light gun 6
PP-920C Audiosonic 1978 Netherlands pong console (different case from 920, 920B and 920D) light gun 6
PP-920D Audiosonic 1978 Netherlands pong console (different case from 920, 920B and 920C) light gun 6
PP-930 Audiosonic 1978 Netherlands handheld pong console light gun 6
PP-940 Audiosonic 1978 Netherlands pong console light gun 6
Most Exciting Home Video Game TVG-201 (TVG 201-4) Audiosonic 1978 Netherlands pong console 4
TVG-4 Audiosonic 1978 Netherlands pong console 4
TVG-6 Color tv game Audiosonic 1978 Netherlands pong console light gun 6
Tele-Sports Mini Audiosonic 1978 Netherlands handeld. Identical to Coleco, Prinztronic, .... consoles 4
Video Game TVG-8000 Champion 77 BMC 1978 Japan pong console light gun 6
Video Game TVG-5000 BMC 1976 Japan pong console. With 6 games (but exists also the 4 games version) light gun 6
Video Action TVG-9000 Grand Prix 77 BMC 1977 Japan pong console; 2 pong games, 2 race games 4
TV JACK 5000 Bandai Co., Ltd. 1978 Japan PC-50x series Bandai pong console. Beige or blue colored shell
BANDAI TV JACK 5000.jpg
old-computers.com ID
TV JACK 3000 Bandai Co., Ltd. 1977 Japan Bandai pong console: 2 race and 8 pong games 10
TV JACK 2500 Bandai Co., Ltd. 1977 Japan 4 variations of "Space War": Space War, Phantom War, Space Phasor and Phantom Phasor 4
TV JACK 1500 Bandai Co., Ltd. 1977 Japan Bandai pong console
Bandai TV Jack 1500.jpg
AY-3-8600[9] 8
TV JACK 1200 Bandai Co., Ltd. 1977 Japan Bandai pong console. 4 players
Bandai TV Jack 1200.jpg
paddle 4
TV JACK 1000 Bandai Co., Ltd. 1977 Japan Bandai pong console
TV Jack 1000.jpg
TMS-1955[10] 4
TV Master Mark II Bang Bang Electronic Co., Ltd. 1977 European Union pong console
Bang Bang Mark II TV Master.jpg
AY-3-8500[11] 4
Gamatic 7600 Bemor 1977 United States of America pong console. Identical to Otron console TMS-1955[5] 4 old-computers.com ID
Compu-Vision 440 Bentley Industries inc. 1983 United Kingdom pong console
Bentley Compu-Vision 440.jpg
AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Telesport Bianchi SA 1977[2] Spain pong console 4
TV Gaming Unit (01-4990) Binatone 1977 United Kingdom Binatone pong console, probably discrete TTL 1 old-computers.com ID
Cablestar (01-4362) Binatone 1978 United Kingdom pc-50x pong console
TV-Tron (01-4982) Binatone 1976 United Kingdom binatone pong console AY-3-8500 4
TV Master Mk IV (01-4974) Binatone 1977 United Kingdom In red or orange case
Binatone TV Master Mk IV.jpg
AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
TV Master 4 plus 2 (01-4869) Binatone 1977 United Kingdom pong console. lightgun is optional
Binatone TV Master 4 plus 2.jpg
AY-3-8500 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
TV Master MK 6 (01-4907) Binatone 1977 United Kingdom pong console
Binatone TV Master MK 6.jpg
AY-3-8500 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
TV Master MK 8 (01-4823) Binatone 1977 United Kingdom pong console AY-3-8610 8 old-computers.com ID
TV Master MK 10 (01-4834) Binatone 1977 United Kingdom pong console. Shooting games are played directly with the analog joysticks AY-3-8610 10 old-computers.com ID
Colour TV Game (01-4931) Binatone 1978 United Kingdom binatone pong console AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Colour TV Game 4 plus 2 (01-4850) Binatone 1978 United Kingdom pong console. Lightgun is optional AY-3-8500 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
Colour TV Game MK 6 (01-4761) Binatone 1978 United Kingdom pong console
Binatone - Colour TV game MK6.jpg
AY-3-8610 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
Colour TV Game MK 10 (01-4842) Binatone 1978 United Kingdom binatone pong console. Shooting games are played directly with the analog joysticks AY-3-8610 10 old-computers.com ID
Superstar (01-4354) Binatone 1978 United Kingdom pc-50x pong console
Binatone Superstar.jpg
TVG-203 Bingo 1977 France French Bingo pong console AY-3-8500[4] 4
Video Game HI-1012 Bingo 1977 France pong console AY-3-8500[4] 4
TVG-204 Bingo 1977[12] France pong console 3
TVG-205 Bingo 1977[12] France pong console light gun 4
TV Action Color 200 Blaupunkt 1977 Germany pong console usable only with Blaupunkt TV sets (PS19). 8 games 8
TV Action Color 100 Blaupunkt 1977 Germany pong console usable only with Blaupunkt TV sets. 4 games AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Telejuego Blaupunkt 1977 Germany It has Spanish texts. For Argentina market AY-3-8500 4
TG100 Boots Audio 1977 United Kingdom pong console 4
Bang 1000 Bowmar 1977 United States of America pong console. 4 games 4
Colormate de Luxe Boyang Electronic corporation European Union pong console. Manufacturer by Boyan Electronic Corporation, sold in Denmark by ??? 4
Breamcolor C&G Electronic 1977[13] Italy pong console 3
Breamcross C&G Electronic 1977[13] Italy 1° generation console, motorbike games 4
Teleplay (Bream Player Special) C&G Electronic 1977[13] Italy Can be found with "Teleplay" or "Bream Player Special" text 4
TVG 101-4 C.I.C. 1977[2] pong console 4
TVG-406-6 C.I.C. 1977[2] C.I.C. pong console light gun 6
Videosport C.V.T. Industries Ltd. 1977[2] New Zealand pong console 4
TVG-872 CAM Italy pc-50x serie
Lem 2000 Cabel Electronic 1977[2] Italy pc-50x serie
Bag-A-Tel Ep-800 Calfax 1977 United States of America pong console. 4 games TMS-1955 4
Video Sports 84-6072 Canadian Tire 1976 Canada pong console. VS-1 clone AY-3-8500 4
SD-081 Carinco 1977[2] European Union pong console AY-3-8610 10
Telstar Arcade Coleco 1977 United States of America 1977 dedicated first-generation home video game console developed by Coleco. It has 4 cartridges
Coleco-Telstar-Arcade-Pongside-L.jpg
MPS-7600-001
MPS-7600-002
MPS-7600-003
MPS-7600-004
light gun
racing wheel
old-computers.com ID MobyGames platform ID
Telstar Marksman Coleco 1978 United States of America dedicated first-generation home video game console released by Coleco in 1978
Coleco Telstar Marksman Tietokonemuseo.JPG
AY-3-8512 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
Telstar Alpha Coleco 1977 United States of America video game console model
Coleco Telstar Alpha.jpg
AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID Gaming-History identifier
Combat! Coleco 1977 United States of America video game console
Telstar Combat.jpg
AY-3-8700 4 old-computers.com ID Gaming-History identifier
Telstar Classic Coleco 1976 United States of America AY-3-8500 3 old-computers.com ID Gaming-History identifier
Telstar Colortron Coleco 1978 United States of America video game console made by Coleco
Coleco-Telstar-Colortron.jpg
AY-3-8510 4 old-computers.com ID Gaming-History identifier
Telstar Ranger Coleco 1977 United States of America Video game Pong console made by Coleco AY-3-8500 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID Gaming-History identifier
Telstar Colormatic Coleco 1977 United States of America Video game Pong console by Coleco
Coleco Telstar Colormatic.jpg
AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID Gaming-History identifier
Telstar Gemini Coleco 1978 United States of America video game console MPS-7600-004 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID Gaming-History identifier MobyGames ID
Telstar Coleco 1976 United States of America video game console model, first of the Coleco Telstar series
Ctelstar.jpg
AY-3-8500 3 old-computers.com ID Gaming-History identifier
Telstar Deluxe Coleco 1977 United States of America Pong video game console by Coleco AY-3-8500 3
Telstar Regent Coleco 1977 United States of America B&W video game Pong console by Coleco AY-3-8500 4
Telstar Sportsman Coleco 1978 United States of America Video game Pong console by Coleco AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Telstar Galaxy Coleco 1977 United States of America Video game Pong console by Coleco. 4 players and againtst the computer modes AY-3-8600 joystick 8 MobyGames ID
Videosport 4000 Comersa 1977 Spain spanish pong console light gun 6
Videosport Junior Comersa 1977[5] Spain spanish pong console
Comersa VIDEOSPORT JUNIOR.jpg
AY-3-8500[5] 4
Videosport 4000 Color Comersa 1977 Spain spanish pong console light gun 6
Commodore TV Game 2000K Commodore International 1975 United States of America MPS-7600-001 light gun 4 old-computers.com ID
Commodore TV Game 3000H Commodore International 1977 United States of America Commodore pong console
Commodore 3000H.jpg
MPS-7600-001 light gun 4
Spectrum 6 (1025) Concept 2000 1977[4] United States of America pong console. 3 games for 1 or 2 player (3x2=6) MM-57105N (PAL)[4] 3 old-computers.com ID
Nose T' Nose, 4-way videogame Concept 2000 1977[14] United States of America pong console 4
TV4+ Four-Way Video Game Concept 2000 1977[14] United States of America pong console. = OPL Optim TV4+ AY-3-8500[4] 4
TVG-205 colour Concord 1977[2] United States of America pong console light gun 6
Telejeu 6000 Concord 1977[2] United States of America pong console AY-3-8500 4
Video Game TVG-203 Concord 1977[2] United States of America pong console 4
Programmable TV Game 501 Concord 1978[2] United States of America pong console AY-3-8500[5]
304 Conic 1977 European Union Conic Pong console. =Audio TG100 AY-3-8500 4
TV Sports TG-621 Conic 1977 European Union conic pong console
Conic TV Sports TG-621.jpg
AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
TV Sports TG-721 Conic 1977 European Union AY-3-8500 3
TVG 101-4 Conic 1977 European Union AY-3-8500 4
TVG 102-4 Conic 1977 European Union AY-3-8500 4
TVG 201-4 Conic 1977 European Union AY-3-8500 4
TVG 202-4 Conic 1977 European Union AY-3-8500 4
TVG 204-4 Conic 1977 European Union AY-3-8500 4
Heroic Tank Conic 1977 European Union 1
TVG 209 Conic 1977 European Union AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
TVG 406-6 Conic 1977 European Union light gun 6
6 game TV game - TVG 4010-6 Conic 1977 European Union pong console AY-3-8500 light gun 6
MPC-862C - Programmable TV Game Conic 1977 European Union pong console. pc-50x serie
TVG-SD-01 Conic 1977 European Union pong console AY-3-8500 4
4A-8 (9015) Conic 1977 European Union 9015 (pc-50x) pong console
DX-702 Conic 1977 European Union pong console light gun 6
Colour Video Game Conic 1977 European Union pong console 8
Convoy 7600 Consolidate Entrerprises - Convoy 1977[2] United Arab Emirates pong console. = Gamatic 7600 4
Convoy 7706 Consolidate Entrerprises - Convoy[15] United Arab Emirates pong console light gun 6
Jeux Video JV-2703 Continental Edison 1977 France pong console AY-3-8500[4] 6
Jeux Video JV-2701 Continental Edison 1977[16] France pong console 5
Jeux Video JV-2705 Continental Edison 1977[16] France pong console 4
Jeux Video JV-2707 Continental Edison 1977[16] France pong console light gun 6
Video Esport Controlmetrics 1977[2] Spain pong console 4
Color TV game 4000c Cosinus 1977 Germany pong console. 4 games in color 4
Bi.Bip 4 Creatronic 1977 France pong console AY-3-8500[4] 4
Bi.Bip 8 Creatronic 1977 France pong console AY-3-8600[4] 8
Bi.Bip 6 Creatronic 1977[17] France pong console light gun 6
Bi.Bip 100 Creatronic 1978[17] France pong console. race and pong games light gun 10
Program 2000 SD-05 Creatronic 1978[17] France serie pc-50x
Color TV sports TVG-406-6 DKS 1977[2] Hong Kong pong console light gun 6
Tele-Action mini GMT513 DMS - Clayton Group Ltd. 1983[4] United States of America pong console AY-3-8500 4
Tele-Sports Mini DMS - Clayton Group Ltd. 1983 United States of America pong console AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
DS-2 DS-2 1977 Spain pong console light gun 6
TV-Sports 77 Daewoo 1977[2] South Korea pong console. Identical to Univox 4IN 4
Video Sport Davitronix 1977[2] Denmark pong console. dava-tronic text presents on the console 4
7N tv game Davitronix 1977[2] Denmark pong console. = WonderWizard 7709 4
Marumé 2000 (VM-90C) Dayya Corp. 1977 United States of America In red or white case MPS-7600-001[4] 4
TV-Games 007 Dazzla 1977 Japan Pong console
Dazzla TV-GAMES 007.jpg
5
Sport TV Game Colour TG-0062 Decca 1977 United Kingdom color pong console. optional light gun AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Sport TV Game monochrome Decca 1977 United Kingdom B&W pong console. optional light gun AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Programmable Video Game System Decca 1977 United Kingdom pc-50x console
Delta III Videogame Delta pong console. (Exists?)
Deportel Deportel 1977[2] Spain pong console 4
Multi Color 777 (777-JS) Derby Master 1977 United Kingdom pong console NTL-600 3
TV Game HVG-220 Diasonic 1977 United States of America pong console AY-3-8500[4] 4
TV Game Y-1170 Diasonic 1977 United States of America pong console AY-3-8500[5]
Y-1170 TV Game Dick Smith 1977[2] Australia pong console. ≃ Temco T800 4
Video Ball Game Kit Dick Smith 1978[2] Australia pong console 11
Programmable TV Game Console Y-1160 Dick Smith 1978[2] Australia pc-50x serie. Similar to Soundic SD-050
TV Game 2001 Digitek 1977 United States of America pong console AY-3-8500[4] 4
Color C4016 Video Games Duette 1979[18] Italy pong console with two chips. 18 games AY-3-8610
AY-3-8760
18
Electronic TV Sport Games EP800 E&P Electronic LTD. 1977 Hong Kong pong console, 4 games. Rebranded by Granada AY-3-8500 4
TV Game EP 460 E&P Electronic LTD. 1976 Hong Kong pong console. Rebranded by Mecca AY-3-8500 4
TV Game EP500 E&P Electronic LTD. 1976 Hong Kong pong console rebranded by Granada, Nobility, Mecca, Windsor AY-3-8500 4
TV-Ping-Pong (DN76) EA 1976[4] Germany Digital pong console. 1 game 1
Hide-Away TV Game EACA 1977 Netherlands pong console TMS-1965N 4
Mod.2 ERS: Electronic Readout Systems inc.[19] Hong Kong pong console 4
TV-Games LU-009 Echo Electronics Corporation 1977[2] Taiwan pong console, identical to Blaupunkt Telejuego AY-3-8500 4
TV Bol Electronic Do Brasil 1978[2] Brazil pong console. Sold also by Nacional Elctrnic? 4
Videosport Electronika 1981 Soviet Union Soviet pong console game.
Russian Videosport Console.jpg
К145ИК17 light gun 6
Videosport 3 Electronika 1983 Soviet Union Soviet pong console game
Elektronika-VideoSport3-7.jpg
К145ИК17 light gun
Eksi-Video 01 Electronika 1978 Soviet Union Russian pong console
Elektronika-Eksi.jpg
К145ИК17 5
Leader Electronika 1993 Soviet Union russian pong console. Can be blue, yellow or black
Teleigra-Elektronika-Leader.jpg
К145ИК17 5
Videosport-M Electronika Soviet Union russian pong console
Видеоспорт-М.jpg
К145ИК17
Eksi-Video 02 Electronika Soviet Union Is the same of Eksi-Video 01 plus the presence of a photogun К145ИК17
Videosport-2 Electronika Soviet Union pong console К145ИК17
Pro-Sports TVG-1001 Electrophonic 1977 United States of America pong console AY-3-8500[4] 4
Colour T.V. Games TV 01 Electrosport 1978 United Kingdom pong console MM-57105N (PAL)[4] 3
Tv-Jogo Canal 14 Eletron 1978[20] Brazil brasilian pong console light gun 6
D-5614 Elftone 1977[2] United Kingdom pong console 4
El-tvg-01 Elftone 1977[2] United Kingdom pong console 4
El-tvg-02c Elftone 1977[2] United Kingdom pong console. Can be blue or white 4
Ameprod Television Game 10 Elwro 1978 People's Republic of Poland dedicated first-generation home video game console. From 1980 sold by PPZ Ameprod
20110416 Ameprod TVG-10 8219.jpg
AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Apollo 2001 Color Home Video Game Enterprex 1977[4] United States of America pong console
Enterprex Apollo 2001.jpg
AY-3-8500 4
Apollo 2004 Color Home Video Game Enterprex 1977 United States of America pong console AY-3-8600[4] 8
Gameroom Tele-Pong (3047) Entex Industries United States of America dedicated first-generation home video game console released by Entex Industries in 1976. Discrete components (Analog+Digital) 1 old-computers.com ID
TV Tennis Electrotennis Epoch Co. 1975-09-12 Japan dedicated first-generation home video game console released by Epoch Co. in 1975; first Japanese video game console
TV Tennis Electrotennis.jpg
1
TV Vader Epoch Co. 1980 Japan dedicated first-generation home video game console released by Epoch Co. in 1980
Epoch-TV-Vader.jpg
4 old-computers.com ID
TV Block Epoch Co. 1979 Japan Pong console by Epoch, clone of Video Pinball (Model C-380) by Atari
TV BLOCK (1979) (38494805046).jpg
7 old-computers.com ID
TV Game System 10 Epoch Co. 1977 Japan pong console, based on NEC μPD770C chip light gun 6
TV Baseball Epoch Co. 1978 Japan Epoch baseball home videogame
Epoch TV Baseball.jpg
1 old-computers.com ID
TVG 102-4 Evadin 1977[2] Brazil pong console 4
FS-Spiel TVG-204 - 4/8 Exclusiv 1977[2] Germany pong console 4
TVG-209 - 4 Exclusiv 1977[2] Germany 4
Color TVG-409 - 4/8 Exclusiv 1977[2] Germany pong console 4
Television Tennis (35) Executive Games 1975 United States of America pong console (Analog+Digital) 2 games 2
Face Off Executive Games 1976 United States of America pong console, 2 games 2
TV-Spiel Color 1 Eximec 1977 Germany pong console 4
TV-Spiel Color 2 Eximec 1977 Germany pong console AY-3-8500[21] light gun 6
TV Games Model 100 TV Spiel FKF 1976 Germany pong console. same of Lasonic 2000 TV Game 3
T.V. Sport / Video Action Farad Electronics PTY LDT. Australia 4
Federal 7620 Federal[2] pong console 4
Video Sports 76 First Dimension 1976 United States of America pong console. black & white AY-3-8500[22] 3
Video Sports 76c First Dimension 1976 United States of America pong console. (identical to model 76) AY-3-8500[22] 3
Video System FD-3000W First Dimension[23] 1975 United States of America pong console.Digital (CMOS). 3 games 3
Sportstron TV-Game (Coca-Cola edition) Fuji Electric 1977 Japan pong console. The dials built-in the system are coke cap shaped AY-3-8500 3 old-computers.com ID
Furtec 4 (TVG-30) Furtec 1977[2] Spain metal compact pong console 4
Furtec 5 Furtec 1977[2] Spain pong console with canvas bag light gun 6
Furtec 6 (TVG-10) Furtec 1977[2] Spain metal pong console light gun 6
Tele Pong IV GTE General de telecomunicaciones 1976 Mexico 4 player pong console. 4 games: Tenis, Soccer, Squash, pistola. ≃ Allied's Name of the Game II (A-300) MPS-7600-001 light gun 4
Tele Pong GTE General de telecomunicaciones 1976 Mexico pong console. ≃ Allied's Name Of The Game II MPS-7600-001 4
7640 Gemini 1976[24] United States of America pong console. Same circuit of Heathkit GD-1999 MM-57105N (PAL) 3
Wonder Wizard 7702 General Home Products (GHP) 1976 United States of America Full or partial woodgrain case models. same circuit board than Odyssey 300
GHP Wonder Wizard 7702.jpg
AY-3-8500[4] 3 old-computers.com ID
Wonder Wizard, Bulls Eye (7704) General Home Products (GHP) 1976 United States of America pong console AY-3-8500[4] light gun 6
Wonder Wizard, Sharp Shooter (7705) General Home Products (GHP) 1976 United States of America pong console AY-3-8500[4] light gun 6
Wonder Wizard, Scoreboard (7706) General Home Products (GHP) 1976 United States of America pong console AY-3-8500[4] 4
WonderWizard 7709 General Home Products (GHP) 1977 United States of America May be unreleased. = Davitronix 7N AY-3-8500[25] 4
Electrosport Colour Glendearg 1977 United Kingdom pong console 3
Video Olympiad Glorytone 1976 United States of America USA pong console. Games: tennis, hockey, squash, pratique AY-3-8500 4
Video Olympiad Colorama (7701) Glorytone[26] 1978 United States of America color pong console MM-57105N (PAL) 3
Geti-3220 Gorenje 1977 Slovenia pong console AY-3-8500 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
Color Video Game TVG-432 Gracia 1977[27] European Union pong console 3
TV Game R-1800 Gracia 1977[27] European Union pong console AY-3-8500 4
Colorsport VIII (CS1818) Granada Electronics United States of America dedicated first-generation home video game console released by Granada Electronicsin USA in 1978 MPS-7600-001[4] light gun 4
TV Game EP500 Granada Electronics 1977 United States of America pong console 4
TV Game EP800 Granada Electronics 1977 United States of America Granada pong console manufactuured by E&P Electronic LTD. TMS-1955[28] 4
Video Olympiad Granada Electronics 1976 United States of America pong console AY-3-8500 4
Video Sports Granada Electronics 1976 United States of America pong console AY-3-8500[4] 4
TV game color Adman 3000 Grandstand 1977 New Zealand Grandstand color pong console. electronic board shows "F'GAMATIC-7600"
Grandstand Admam 3000.jpg
TMS-1965N 4 old-computers.com ID
Sports Centre 5000 Colour Grandstand 1979 New Zealand Grandstand pong and motorcycle racing console
GrandStand 5000 Colour 20170413 124245.jpg
AY-3-8500
AY-3-8760
light gun 10
Sports Centre 6000 Grandstand 1980 New Zealand Grandstand pong console AY-3-8610 10
TVG-3600 1/MKII/MKIII Grandstand 1979 New Zealand grandstand pong console. 4 models: base, 1, MKII and MKIII. Different aspect but same games AY-3-8500 light gun 6
adman TVG-2600 MK II Grandstand 1977 New Zealand grandstand pong console AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Match of the Day 2000 Grandstand 1977 New Zealand grandstand pong console AY-3-8500 4
TV Game Adman 2000 Grandstand New Zealand B&W pong console. electronic board shows "F'GAMATIC-7600" TMS-1965N 4 old-computers.com ID
Colour Video Sports Centre 4600 DeLuxe Grandstand 1977 New Zealand pong console light gun 6
Adman Sportsvision TV Game Model 1000 Grandstand 1977 New Zealand pong console 4
Telescore 750 Groupe SEB 1977 France dedicated first-generation home video game console by Groupe SEB. no detachable controllers
Telescore.jpg
TMS-1965N 4 old-computers.com ID
Telescore 751 Groupe SEB 1977 France identical to Telescore 750 but with two detachable game controllers 4
Telescore 752 Groupe SEB 1977 France color display. Like the 750 but with two detachable game controllers and a lightgun AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Tele-Spiel 1 Grundig 1978[4] Germany TV plug-in module. Usable only with Grundig TV AY-3-8500
Tank Battle Grundig 1977 Germany 1 tank game and 4 pong games 5
Triple Challenge 7701 Gulliver 1976 United States of America pong console AY-3-8500[4] 3
Telematch TV Sports Color video game HGS Electronic 1977 Germany pong console AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Telesport Model 4 HGS Electronic 1978 Germany serie pc-50x old-computers.com ID
BSS 01 / RFT TV-Spiel Halbleiterwerk Frankfurt
Kombinat Mikroelektronik Erfurt
1980 German Democratic Republic Pong console released in East Germany by the VEB Halbleiterwerk Frankfurt (Oder) in 1980 or 1981. BSS=BildSchirmSpiel 01, meaning "Screen game". Manufactured with different plastic colors
BSS 01 (Bildschirmspiel 01) pong console.jpg
AY-3-8500 5 old-computers.com ID
SD-070 Coulour (programmable TV-game console) Hanimex 1982 United Kingdom pc-50x family pong console old-computers.com ID
T-338 Hanimex 1979 United Kingdom pong video game console
Hanimex Jeu T.V. T-338.jpg
AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Jeu-Tele Electronique Modèle 7771 Hanimex 1977 United Kingdom home video game console
Hanimex Modèle 7771 Jeu-Tele Electronique.jpg
AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
666 Hanimex 1978 United Kingdom 666s is blue, 666t is green, 666s-p french version, 666s-n english version
Hanimex Jeu Tele Electronique Compact 666s.jpg
AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
677 Hanimex 1978 United Kingdom video game console 677CG or 677CP
Hanimex 677CP Colour TV Game.jpg
AY-3-8500 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
TVG 070C Hanimex United Kingdom pc-50x family pong console
Hanimex TVG-070C (with cartridge and joysticks).jpg
Electronic TV Game 777 Hanimex 1977 United Kingdom pong console 4
7771-P Hanimex 1977 United Kingdom pong console
Hanimex 7771-P Jeu-Tele Electronique.jpg
AY-3-8500
7771-G Hanimex 1977 United Kingdom black model AY-3-8500 light gun 6
888 Hanimex 1977 United Kingdom pong console MPS-7600-001[5] 4
TV Scoreboard 888G Hanimex 1977 United Kingdom pong console MPS-7600-001[5] 4
TVG-801 Hanimex 1977 United Kingdom pong console 3
Programmable TV-game TVG-050C Hanimex 1978 United Kingdom pc-50x family pong console
TVG-8610 Hanimex United Kingdom pong console
Hanimex TVG 8610.jpg
AY-3-8610 10
TVG-8610C Hanimex United Kingdom pong console
Hanimex TVG 8610c (Picture 2).JPG
AY-3-8610 10
TVG-500 Hanimex 1977 United Kingdom pong console 4
TVG 3000 Hanimex 1978 United Kingdom pc-50x serie racing wheel
Colour TV Game 8881 Hanimex 1977 United Kingdom pong console light gun 6
H-5 Mini Color TV Game Harvard 1978 United States of America pong console AY-3-8500 4
Color TV game (H-11) Harvard 1978 United States of America pong console: tennis, football, squash, practice
Harvard Colour TV game.jpg
4
H-1 Harvard 1978 United States of America pong console
Tank Battle TV Game H-7 Harvard 1977 United States of America pong console. 1 tank game and 4 pong games 5
GD-1380 Heathkit 1976 United States of America pong console AY-3-8500[4] light gun 6
GD-1999 Heathkit 1976 United States of America pong console MM-57105N (PAL)[4] 3
VideoSport MK2 Henry's 1974 United Kingdom dedicated first-generation home video game console released in 1974 or 1975
VideoSport MK2.jpg
3
TVG-621 Heru Ellipses 1977 Belgium belgian pong console AY-3-8500 4
TV Sport (T-338) Heru Ellipses 1977 Belgium pong console AY-3-8500 4
TVG-203 Hit-Go 1977 France pong console
Hit-Go TVG-203.jpg
light gun 6
Video Game VG-104 Hitachi 1977 Japan pong console 4
Videoalvo (VD-850 A) Hobbytron 1977 Brazil pong console AY-3-8500[4] light gun 6
Videorama Hobbytron 1978[29] Brazil pong console light gun 6
Telecourt HVG-110 Hometronics 1977 United States of America B&W pong console AY-3-8500 4
Telecourt HVG-220 Hometronics 1977 United States of America Color pong console AY-3-8500 4
Video-Sports Color (Honeybell-55) Honeybell 1977 Germany pong console AY-3-8500 4
TV games Híradástechnikai Szövetkezet Hungary Hungarian pong console
Telecommunication Cooperative TV games.jpg
AY-3-8500[8] light gun 6
Tele-Tainment IEA 1976[4] Canada analog pong console. Videomaster Olympic clone 7
Tele-Tainment II IEA 1976[4] Canada Analog pong console 7
Colorgame IMC (Intercon Marketing Corporation) 1977 United States of America pong console, black or yellow case light gun 3
TV Sport 1004 (D-670/37) INTerELektronik GmbH (Intel) 1977 Germany pong console
Intel TV-Sport 1004.jpg
TMS-1965N 4
TV-Super Sport 1006 INTerELektronik GmbH (Intel) 1977 Germany pong console light gun 6
TV Sport 2004 INTerELektronik GmbH (Intel) 1978 Germany pong console AY-3-8500[4] 4
TV Sport 3006 (D-713/36) INTerELektronik GmbH (Intel) 1977 Germany pong console light gun 6
TV Sport 4010 INTerELektronik GmbH (Intel) 1978 Germany pong console. B&W video AY-3-8610 10
TV Sport 5010 (Art.D759/36) INTerELektronik GmbH (Intel) 1978 Germany color pong console AY-3-8610 10
Super-Telesport (D-688/36) INTerELektronik GmbH (Intel) 1977 Germany pong console AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Monza (D-719/00) INTerELektronik GmbH (Intel) 1978 Germany pong console F-4301 4
Grand Prix (D-731/07) INTerELektronik GmbH (Intel) 1978 Germany pong console F-4301 4
Universal Tele-Play (D-744/34) INTerELektronik GmbH (Intel) 1979 Germany pc-50x pong console
Telejeu SD-043 ITMC 1982 France pong console AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Telejeu 6 jeux SD 017F ITMC 1977 France pong console
IMTC Telejeu SD 017F.jpg
AY-3-8610 light gun 6
SD-040F ITMC France pong console 10
SD-050 ITMC France pc-50x pong family console
SD 90 ITMC France pc-50x pong series console
ITMC tele eu SD 90.jpg
Ideal Computer Tele-Match Cassette 1 ITT Schaub-Lorenz 1977[30] Germany pong module console usable only with ITT TVs
ITT - Ideal computer Telematch cassette 1.jpg
AY-3-8500[30] 4
Ideal Computer Tele-Match Cassette 2 ITT Schaub-Lorenz 1978[30] Germany pong console usable only with ITT TVs
Ideal Computer Tele-match cassette 2.jpg
AY-3-8600 8
Ideal Computer Tele-Match Cassette 3 ITT Schaub-Lorenz 1978[30] Germany 3 tank games. Console usable only with ITT TVs AY-3-8710[30] 3
Ideal Computer Tele-Match Cassette 4 ITT Schaub-Lorenz 1978[30] Germany 4 motorcycle games. Console usable only with ITT TVs AY-3-8760[30] 4
Odyssee ITT Schaub-Lorenz 1973 Germany European version of the Magnavox Odyssey. With cartridges 22
Tele-sports mini TV Game (XK 400) Ingersoll 1978 United Kingdom equals to Radofin mini AY-3-8500 4
XK 600B screenplay Ingersoll 1978 United Kingdom AY-3-8500 light gun 6
TV Game R-1800, Home TV Set Ingersoll 1977 United Kingdom pong console AY-3-8500 4
Colour Match XK-500C Ingersoll 1978 United Kingdom handheld pong console light gun 6
Battle Command XK-1010 Ingersoll 1978 United Kingdom pc-50x serie, equals to Poppy TVG-10
XK 410C, Multi-colour Sport Ingersoll 1977 United Kingdom 10 games. Two shooting games are played with standard controller(joysticks) AY-3-8610 10 old-computers.com ID
Programmable Video Console XK-4000 Ingersoll 1977 United Kingdom pc-50x
GT-10C Inno-Hit Italy pong console with pistol. 10 games 10
GT-16C Inno-Hit Italy pong console. 6 games light gun 6
GT-20C Inno-Hit Italy pong console. 10 games 10
GT-4N (Sportron) Inno-Hit Italy pong console. 6 games 6
GT-66C Inno-Hit Italy pong console. 6 games light gun 6
GT-6N Inno-Hit Italy pong console. 6 games light gun 6
Overkal Inter Electrónica 1973[4] Spain Spanish clone of the Magnavox Odyssey. Digital (Trans) and witthout cartridges: it has 5 button to select the games
Inter Electrónica S. A. - Overkal.jpg
zero[4] 5
TV Games TVS-5 Intercord 1978 Germany pong console
Intercord - AY-3-8500 pong console TV games.jpg
AY-3-8500 4
Telespiel TVS-6 Intercord 1978 Germany pong console AY-3-8500 4
Color Tank-TV-Spiel (CTVS 11) Intercord 1977 Germany first generation game console: 1 tank game and 4 pong games 5
Tele-Computer XL-2000 Intercord 1982 Germany pc-50x family console
TVS-4 Electronic Intercord 1977 Germany pong console 4
Colour Pistol TV Game (1165) Interstate Electronics Ltd. 1977 United Kingdom pong console light gun 6
Mini TV Game (1102) Interstate Electronics Ltd. 1977 United Kingdom pong console
Interstate Multisport TV game 1102.jpg
8
Mini TV Game (1104) Interstate Electronics Ltd. 1977 United Kingdom pong game AY-3-8500 4
Multisport TV Game (1110) Interstate Electronics Ltd. 1977 United Kingdom pong console
Interstate Multisport T.V. game 1110.jpg
AY-3-8610 10
TVG-1199 Interstate Electronics Ltd. 1977 United Kingdom pong console 10
Pistol TV Game-1160 Interstate Electronics Ltd. 1977 United Kingdom Black and white display light gun 6
Programaster 1125 Interstate Electronics Ltd. 1977 United Kingdom PC-50x series of consoles. Same of Sportron Programaster
Video 2000 Interton 1975 Germany first-generation console. Done with 14 CMOS chip. Uses cartridges; 5 have been sold (5 games) 5 MobyGames platform ID
Video 2400 Interton 1977 Germany Interton pong console
Interton video 2400.jpg
AY-3-8500 5 old-computers.com ID
Video 2501 Interton 1977 Germany Interton pong console MM-57105N (PAL) 3
Video 3000 Interton 1977 Germany Interton pong console. B&W
Konsola Interton Electronic Video 3000 w zasobach muzeum Gry i Komputery Minionej Ery we Wrocławiu.jpg
AY-3-8500 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
Video 3001 Interton 1977 Germany Interton pong console. Adds video color to the Video 3000 AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Video 2800 Interton 1977 Germany Interton pong console F-4301 4
Club Exclusiv 2000 Interton 1977 Germany Interton pong console. = Interton Video 3000 AY-3-8500 light gun 6
TVG-888 Irradio 1978 Italy pc-50x serie
Video Sports - Electronic 4-in-1 J. C. Penney 1983[2] United States of America pong console 4
T.V. Game Jet Signal Industries CO. Taiwan taiwan pong console 4
Multi-TV-Game HF344 JostyKit 1979 Denmark pong console sold as a kit AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Video Computer Games - TV 003 Kind 4 1977 France yellow pong console. 4 games 4
Color Video Attack S-560C Kiyo-Seiwa 1977 Japan pong console 5
Color Video Game (CS? 700) Kiyo-Seiwa 1977 Japan pong console 3
Electronic Action TV Game Model 200 Kiyo-Seiwa 1977 Japan pong console light gun 6
Kodak Color Film Kiyo-Seiwa 1977 Japan yellow pong console, Identical to Video Attack TG-7800 4
Video Attack 7 Kiyo-Seiwa 1977 Japan pong console light gun 7
Video Attack TG-7800 Kiyo-Seiwa 1977 Japan red pong console, identifcal to Kodak Color Film 4
Video Sports (SG-1000) Kiyo-Seiwa 1977[2] Japan yellow pong console. 7 games: 1,2 hockey, squash, tennis, shooting, rifle 1,2 light gun 7
TVG-621 Klervox 1978 France French pong console AY-3-8500 4
Jeu TV - TVG-6 Klervox 1978 France pong console. 6 games AY-3-8500[4] light gun 6
TV Sports - TVG SD-04 Klervox 1978 France pong console, 10 games 10
SD-050S color Klervox 1978 France pc-50x serie
Tele-Multiplay 6000 (825-328) Körting Radio Werke 1977 Germany pong console
Körting Tele multiplay 6000.jpg
TMS-1965N[31] light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
Tele-Multiplay 4000 (825-301) Körting Radio Werke 1977 Germany 4
Tele-Multiplay 8000 (825-336) Körting Radio Werke 1978 Germany pong console AY-3-8600[32] 8 old-computers.com ID
Tele-Multi Play (825/042) Körting Radio Werke 1977 Germany pong console AY-3-8500[4] 4
Tele-Multiplay L (825-050) Körting Radio Werke 1977 Germany pong console 4
Programmable TV Game - TVG-868 Lark 1978[2] Australia pc-50x serie
TG-621 Lark 1977[2] Australia australian pong console AY-3-8500[5] 4
TV Sport Lark 1978[2] Australia pong console 10
Tele-Jeux TJ-140 Leaphon 1977 France pong console 4
TV-Sports 801 (mod.E801) Lloyd's 1976 United States of America pong console AY-3-8500 4
TV-Sports 802 (mod.802) Lloyd's 1977 United States of America pong console
LLoyds' TV-Sports 802.jpg
AY-3-8500 light gun 6
TV-Sports 813 (mod.813) Lloyd's 1977 United States of America pong console light gun 6
TV Sports 812 Lloyd's United States of America pong console light gun 6
Color TV Game CT-7600CG Logitec 1978[2] Japan pong console 4
Sportsman 2001 Luxor Systems Sweden color pong console MM-57105N (PAL) 3 old-computers.com ID
Tele-Ball V MBO 1977 Germany pong console TMS-1965N[4] light gun 6
Tele-Ball VIII (0443) MBO 1978 Germany pong console. 8 games: 4 pong games + 2 shooting games + 2 car racing games AY-3-8500[4]
F-4301[4]
8 old-computers.com ID
Teleball-Cassetten-System MBO 1977 Germany pc-50x serie old-computers.com ID
TG-621 MBO 1977 Germany pong console. Same of Conic TG 621 AY-3-8500 4
Tele-ball MBO 1977 Germany pong console AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Tele-Ball II MBO 1977 Germany pong console AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Tele-Ball III MBO 1977 Germany B&W pong console AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Tele-Ball IV MBO 1977 Germany color pong console TMS-1955[33] 4 old-computers.com ID
Tele-Ball VI MBO 1977 Germany pong console 8
Tele-Ball VII MBO 1977 Germany pong console AY-3-8500 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
Tele-Ball IX MBO 1978 Germany color 10 games pong console AY-3-8610 10 old-computers.com ID
Teleball-Cassetten-System II MBO 1978 Germany pc-50x serie
SD-05 Mach 1978[2] Sweden pc-50x serie
Teleclick Magiclick 1979 Argentina 2 versions and 2 cases: one for Argentinian market and one fot Spanish market. Use AY-3-8500-7 cpu AY-3-8500 5 old-computers.com ID
Odyssey Magnavox 1972-09
1973
1974
United States of America first commercial home video game console. With cartridges
Magnavox-Odyssey-Console-Set.png
light gun 22 GameFAQs platform ID GameFAQs platform ID old-computers.com ID MobyGames platform ID IGDB platform ID Gaming-History identifier
Odyssey 100 Magnavox 1975 United States of America home video game console. Digital (TI). Hockey and tennis 2 old-computers.com ID
Odyssey 200 Magnavox 1975 United States of America home video game console. Digital (TI). Tennis, Hockey, Smash 3 old-computers.com ID
Odyssey 300 Magnavox 1976 United States of America home video game console
Odyssey-300.jpg
AY-3-8500 3 MobyGames ID old-computers.com ID
Odyssey 400 Magnavox 1976 United States of America home video game console. Digital (TI) 3 old-computers.com ID
Odyssey 500 Magnavox 1976 United States of America home video game console. Digital (TI). 3 games. The soccer 4° game is a combination of the "hockey" playfield and "smash" player graphics 3 old-computers.com ID
Odyssey 2000 Magnavox 1977 United States of America home video game console
Magnavox-Odyssey-2000-FL.jpg
AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Odyssey 3000 Magnavox 1977 United States of America home video game console
Magnavox Odyssey 3000.jpg
AY-3-8500 4
Odyssey 4000 Magnavox 1977 United States of America home video game console
Magnavox Odyssey 4000.jpg
AY-3-8600 8
TV Jogo 10 Malitron 1978[2] Brazil pong console 10
Video Pinball Maree Electrónica[34] 1977 Spain Spanish pong videogame
Video pinball.jpg
4
Video Pinball-10 Maree Electrónica[34] 1978 Spain 10 games 10
TV Sport 2002 Markint 1977 France It exists French and English version
Tv Sport-TVG-2002.jpg
AY-3-8500[4] 4
304 Video Game Markint 1977 France pong console 4
T1 Tank Heroique Markint 1977 France tank game console 1
TV-Sport 2001 Markint 1977 France pong console 4
TV-Sport 6002 Markint[35] 1977 France pong console light gun 6
Tele-Sports Markint 1977 France Markint pong console AY-3-8500[4] 4
4a Video Game Markint 1977 France pong console AY-3-8500 4
6 (96) Markint 1977 France pong console
Spectrum 6, Color-fernsehspiel Match 1977 Germany pong console MM-57105N (PAL) 3
SD-01 Match 1977 Germany pong console. White or woodgrain case AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Match Color (AY-3-8610) Match 1978 Germany pong console AY-3-8610[4] 10
Match Color (NTL 600) Match 1977 Germany pong console NTL-600[4] 3
EP-460 Mecca 1976 United States of America pong console AY-3-8500[4] 4
EP-500 Mecca 1976 United States of America pong console 4
Colour TV Game Mentor 1977 European Union pong console,
Mentor Colour TV Game.jpg
AY-3-8500 4
Sport TG 20 Mentor 1977 European Union pong console, the same system as the Binatone TV Master MK IV AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Tele-Sports Mentor 1977 European Union Mentor pong console AY-3-8500 4
Colour 6 TV Game Mentor 1977 European Union pong console light gun 6
Colour 10 TV Game Mentor 1977 European Union pong console
Commander Mercury 1977 United Kingdom pc-50x serie
Commander Mark III Mercury 1978 United Kingdom pc-50x serie
Mec TV Games TVG 1000 Mestron 1976 Germany pong console. 3 games 3
Fernseh Spiel TVG 2006 Mestron 1976 Germany pong console. 6 games. Analog (TTL/Transistor) 6
Color Game GMC-802 Miragame 1982 European Union pong console. 8 games. identical to Nintendo Color TV Game-15 M-588315 light gun 8 old-computers.com ID
GM-402 Miragame 1977 European Union pong console. The same of Samdo GM-402 AY-3-8500 4
Video Sporter GXL-4 Monarch 1978 Netherlands pong console 4
Video Sporter XTL-4 Monarch 1978 Netherlands pong console 4
Video Sporter CTX-4 Color Monarch 1978 Netherlands pong console 4
CTX-2000 programmable video computer Monarch 1978 Netherlands pc-50x serie
Video Sporter Monarch 1978 Netherlands pong console 4
TV Sport 825 Monteverdi United States of America pong console. same as Lloyds TV Sports 812
Monteverdi TV Sports 825.jpg
light gun 6
Video World Of Sports Montgomery Ward 1977 United States of America Coleco Telstar Deluxe sold by Montgomery Ward for canadian market. AY-3-8500 3
Multi-Play 3300 Music Leader 1977 European Union pong console 4
9012 Color video game Mustang 1977 Germany pong console AY-3-8500 light gun 6
9009 Video game Mustang 1977 Germany pong console AY-3-8500 4
9008 Mustang 1977 Germany pong console AY-3-8500 4
9014 Panzerschlacht Mustang 1977 Germany first gen console. 1 tank game and 4 pong games 5
9015 Mustang 1977 Germany pc-50x serie
Adversary 370 National Semiconductor 1976 United States of America pong console MM-57105N (PAL) 3
NV1001 Neutron 1977 pong console. 10 games 10
NV404 video game Neutron 1977 pong console. 4 games 4
Color TV-Game 15 Nintendo 1977 Japan home dedicated console by Nintendo. 8 games, and only 7 for one or two player: 7 x 2 + 1 = 15.
Color TV-Game 15 (Cut out).jpg
8
Color TV-Game 6 Nintendo 1977 Japan home dedicated console by Nintendo. 3 games for 1 or 2 player: 3 x 2 = 6
Nintendo Color TV game 6 (Cut out).jpg
3 old-computers.com ID
Color TV Game Block Breaker Nintendo 1979 Japan breakout home dedicated console by Nintendo
Nintendo-Color-TV-Game-Blockbreaker-FL.png
6
Color TV Game Racing 112 Nintendo 1978 Japan home dedicated console by Nintendo. 112 combinations of games, not 112 games
Nintendo - Color TV Racing 112.jpg
112 old-computers.com ID
Computer TVgame Nintendo 1980 Japan Othello/Reversi home dedicated console by Nintendo
Nintendo-TV-Game-Computer.jpg
Micro 14 14NT320 Noblex Argentina Argentina 14 TV and pong console by Noblex
Noblex micro14.png
AY-3-8500 3
Colour TV Game H-906 Norda 1977 European Union pong console light gun 6
TV Game H-915 Norda 1977 European Union pong console 4
TV Game H-925 Norda 1977 European Union pong console light gun 6
TV Game TG-621 Norda 1977 European Union pong console 4
Color TelePlay Nordmende 1980 Germany Pong console linkable only to some models of Nordmende televisions light gun 6
Nesa Pong Novedades Electronicas S.A.[2] Mexico color pong console. Case can be white or black, in plastic or metal 3
Colour Video Sports Game TV 9006 Novex 1977 Netherlands pong console NTL-600 3
TV-9005 Novex 1977 Netherlands pong console 4
TV game TV-9010-C Novex 1977 Netherlands portable pong console, the same of Ultrasound AY-3-8500 4
Computerized Electronic Programmable Video Game 1010 Novex 1978 Netherlands pc-50x serie (9015 cartridge format)
video sports (TJ-142) Novoton 1977 France pong console AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
TJ-141 Novoton 1977 France same pong as the Alex Video Spiel TG-621 or the Conic TV Sports TG-621. AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Optim Sport T-338 OPL United Kingdom pong console 4
Optim Sport (Mark I) OPL 1977 United Kingdom pong console AY-3-8500[36] 4
Optim TV Sport TVG-203 OPL 1977 United Kingdom handheld pong console AY-3-8500[36] light gun 6
Optim TV4+ Four-Way Video Game OPL 1977[14] United Kingdom pong console. Equal to Concept 2000 TV4+ AY-3-8500[36] 4
Optim 600 colour OPL[5] 1978 United Kingdom pc-50x serie
Gamatic 7706 Olympos Electronic 1978 United States of America pong console. Equals to Otron Gamatic 7706 AY-3-8500[4] light gun 6
Gamatic 7600 Olympos Electronic 1978 United States of America pong console. similar to Otron Gamatic 7600 AY-3-8500[5] 4
PP-2000 Orelec 1976[37] France pong console. Analog (TTL) 2
Gamatic 7706 Otron 1977 Korea pong console
Gamatic 7706 pong console.jpg
TMS-1955[5] light gun 6
Gamatic 7600 Otron 1977 Korea pong console. Beige, red, white, blue box TMS-1955[5] 4
Gamatic 7704 Otron 1977 Korea pong console 4
Gamatic 8600 Programmable Video Game Otron Korea pc-50x serie
TV Sport Packet Instrument 1976 Australia Australian pong console AY-3-8500 4
Tele-Match 4000 (825-131) Palladium 1977 Germany pong console AY-3-8500[4] 4
Tele-Match 6000 (825-166) Palladium 1977 Germany pong console, 6 games light gun 6
Tele-Cassetten-Game Color (825-530) Palladium 1978 Germany pc-50x serie old-computers.com ID
Tele-Cassetten-Game Color (825-581) Palladium 1978 Germany pc-50x serie old-computers.com ID
Tele-Match (825-182) Palladium 1977 Germany pong console, 6 games in B&W light gun 6
Tele-Match (825-425) Palladium 1977 Germany pong console, 6 color games light gun 6
Tele-Match (825-468) Palladium 1977 Germany pong console. 4 games B&W AY-3-8500 4
Tele-Match Color (825-344) Palladium 1977 Germany pong console. 6 color games light gun 6
Tele-Match Color (825-452) Palladium 1977 Germany pong console, Rifle and Pistol included light gun
Tele-Match Color (825-484) Palladium 1977 Germany pong game. 4 color game 4
Tele-Multiplay SR (825-417) Palladium 1977 Germany 12 games pong console 12 old-computers.com ID
Polygame Tele-Match Palladium 1977 Germany 6 color pong game console 6
Tele-Match Color R (825-352) Palladium 1977 Germany pong game
Tele-Match R (825-387) Palladium 1977 Germany pong game
CX-302 Palson 1977[38] Spain in different colors. Also Marie Claire and Mister Kler Promotional Edition
Palson CX-302.jpg
4
CX-303 Palson 1977[38] Spain spanish pong console. in different colors 3
CX-306 Super 10 Color Palson 1977[38] Spain 10 games. In different colors 10
CX-340 Palson 1977[38] Spain in different colors 4
CX-336 Game Cassette System Palson Spain serie pc-50x console
Telematch Panoramic 1977 Argentina Argentinian pong console. Clone of Magnavox Odyssey but without cartridges. 5 games, selectable with buttons 5
Telematch Junior Panoramic 1977 Argentina pong console 5
Telematch Nuclear Panoramic 1977 Argentina pong console light gun 6
Telejogo Philco 1977 United States of America dedicated first-generation home video game console released by Philco and Ford in 1977
Telejogo.jpg
MM-57105N (PAL) 3
Telejogo II Philco 1978 United States of America Philco/Ford pong console
TELEJOGO2.jpg
AY-3-8610 10
Odyssey 2100 Philips 1978 Netherlands home video game console
Philips Odyssey 2100.jpg
MM-57186 6 old-computers.com ID MobyGames ID
Odyssey 200 Philips 1976 Netherlands Philips console identical to the Magnavox Odssesy 200
Philips Odyssey 200.jpg
3
Odyssey 2001 Philips 1977 Netherlands color philips pong console
Philips Odyssey 2001.png
MM-57105N (PAL) 3 old-computers.com ID
Tele-Spiel ES-2201 Philips 1975 Netherlands Philips pong console. Discrete components and 5 cartridges: Tennis, Pelota, Skeet shooting, Racing, Ghostchaser
Philips tele-spiel es2201.jpg
5 old-computers.com ID MobyGames platform ID
Tele-Spiel ES 2203 Las Vegas Philips 1977 Netherlands Philips pong console
Philips tele-spiel ES-2203.jpg
AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Tele-Spiel ES 2204 Philips 1977 Netherlands Philips pong console
Philips Tele-Spiel ES 2204 Color.jpg
AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Tele-Spiel ES 2207 Travemünde Philips 1977 Netherlands philips pong console
Philips Tele-Spiel ES-2207 Travemunde.jpg
AY-3-8500 4
Tele-Spiel ES 2208 Las Vegas super color Philips 1978 Netherlands Philips pong console
Philips Tele-Spiel ES-2208 Las Vegas Supercolor.jpg
AY-3-8550 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
Tele-Spiel ES 2218 Las Vegas Philips 1978 Netherlands Philips pong console
Philips Tele-spiel ES-2218 Las Vegas Supercolor.jpg
AY-3-8600 8
Videojeu N20 Philips 1977 Netherlands Philips pong console
Philips Videojeu N20.jpg
AY-3-8500 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
Videojeu N30 Philips 1977 Netherlands Philips pong console. Games: jeu de quilles, pelote basque, billard electronique, foot ball, tennis, hand ball
Philips videojeu N30.jpg
MM-57186 6
Zonk Phone-Mate inc. 1977 United States of America pong console 4
Teleflipper Phonola 1978 Italy pong console. Rebranded version of Philips Odyssey 2001. MM-57105N (PAL) 3
Telesport TV Games Playtech 1976[4] Australia pong console AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Video Games V.G.2 Polistil 1978 Italy Italian pong console
Polistil Video Games.jpg
TMS-1965N[4] 4 old-computers.com ID
PG-7 Programmable TV Games Polycon 1978 European Union Polycon pong game of pc-50x family
Polycon PG-7 Tietokonemuseo.JPG
old-computers.com ID
4003 Polycon 1977 European Union Polycon pong console light gun 6
4002 Polycon 1977 European Union Polycon pong console 4
C-4016 Polycon 1979 European Union 10 pong and 8 motor-cycle games console AY-3-8610
AY-3-8760
16
C-4010 Polycon 1978 European Union polycon pong console 10
Tele-spiel 9009 Poppy 1977 Germany Poppy pong console
Poppy 9009 Pong Clone.jpg
AY-3-8500 4
Colour Video Game 9012 Poppy 1982 Germany German Poppy console AY-3-8500 light gun 6
TVG-10 Poppy Germany German Poppy pong console. pc-50x serie
Poppy TVG 10.jpg
9017 Colour TV Game Poppy Germany German Poppy pong console. 10 games: pong + race AY-3-8512
AY-3-8760
10 old-computers.com ID
TVG-3 Poppy Germany German Poppy pong console. ≈ Conic TG-721 3
TV-Game Fernseh Spiel TVG-4 Poppy 1978 Germany German Poppy pong console
Poppy TVG-4.jpg
AY-3-8500 4
Poppy 9015 Poppy Germany German Poppy pong console. pc-50x family old-computers.com ID
Jeux TV Prim 6 Video 1977 France pong console AY-3-8500[5] 7 old-computers.com ID
Tournament TV Game Electronic (VM8) Prinztronic 1976 United Kingdom pong console AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Micro 10 ("Micro Ten" on box) Prinztronic 1977 United Kingdom pong console without cartridge. 10 games
Prinztronic Micro Ten Deluxe colour TV game.jpg
10
Videosport 600 - Electronic TV Game Prinztronic 1978 United Kingdom black & white pong console AY-3-8500 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
Videosport 800 - colour electronic tv game Prinztronic 1978 United Kingdom colour pong console AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Tournament IV Prinztronic United Kingdom pong console. 2 models: 6 games with lightgun or 4 games
Tournament IV (1978) (26775298619).jpg
light gun 6
Tournament Colour Programmable TV Game 2000 Prinztronic 1977 United Kingdom pc-50x pong console
Prinztronic-tournament-colour-programmable-2000.jpg
Micro 5500 Prinztronic 1978 United Kingdom pc-50x console old-computers.com ID
Grandprix Prinztronic 1978 United Kingdom pc-50x console. Identical to Micro 5500. Same console?
Tournament 6 Colour TV Game Prinztronic 1977 United Kingdom pong console light gun 6
Tournament Colour Programmable 5000 Prinztronic 1978 United Kingdom pc-50x console
Tournament II De Luxe Prinztronic 1977 United Kingdom Pong console. 2 variants: white with 6 games and lightgun or black with 4 games AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Tournament III (de luxe) - colour electronic TV game Prinztronic 1977 United Kingdom pong console light gun 6
Tournament Mini Prinztronic 1977 United Kingdom Portable AY-3-8500 4
Tournament Ten - Colour de luxe video TV game Prinztronic 1979 United Kingdom pong console AY-3-8610 10
Electronic Color TV Game Q-376 QuadTronics 1977 United States of America pong console 4
Electronic Color TV Game Q-476 QuadTronics 1977 United States of America pong console 4
Telespiel 9010 R10 1977 Germany Pong console, 4 games. Black or gray case AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
9012 R10 1977 Germany german pong console light gun 6
TV Scoreboard 60-3051 RadioShack 1976 United States of America Tandy/RadioShack pong console AY-3-8500 4
TV Scoreboard 60-3052 RadioShack 1976 United States of America Tandy/RadioShack pong console AY-3-8500 4
TV Scoreboard 60-3055 RadioShack 1977 United States of America Tandy/RadioShack pong console MM-57105N (PAL) 3
TV Scoreboard 60-3056 RadioShack 1977 United States of America Tandy/RadioShack pong console AY-3-8500 4
TV Scoreboard 60-3057 RadioShack 1977 United States of America Tandy/RadioShack pong console. Games: Tennis, Hockey, target, squash MPS-7600-001 light gun 4
TV Scoreboard 60-3060 RadioShack 1977 United States of America Tandy/RadioShack pong console AY-3-8500 4
TV Scoreboard 60-3061 RadioShack 1977 United States of America Tandy/RadioShack portable pong console AY-3-8500 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
Jeu electronic televise T-02 Radiola 1977 France French Pong console. Rebranded Philips N20
Radiola Jeu electronic televise T-02.jpg
AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Jeu electronic televise T-03 Radiola 1977 France French pong console. Rebranded Philips Videojeu N30
Radiola Jeu electronic televise T-03.jpg
MM-57186 6
TV games Rado Sonic Australia pong console. Identical to Conic console
Rado Sonic.jpg
AY-3-8500 4
Most Exciting Home Video Game Rado Sonic Australia Identical to Conic TVG-102-4 AY-3-8500
tele-sports III Radofin 1978 United Kingdom Radofin pong console of PC-50x family
Radofin Tele-Sports III Tietokonemuseo.JPG
Tele-sports IV Radofin 1981 United Kingdom Radofin pong console of PC-50x family
Tele-sports mini Radofin 1977 United Kingdom Radofin pong console AY-3-8500 4
K-Mart SC Eight Thousand (SC8000) Radofin 1977 United Kingdom Radofin pong console, sold by K-Mart MPS-7600-001 light gun 4
Tele-Sports (Black and White) Radofin 1977 United Kingdom Radofin pong console. 2 versions: black case and fake wooden
Radofin Tele Sports.jpg
AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Colour TV Game (Telesports) Radofin 1981 United Kingdom Radofin pong console. 10 pong games AY-3-8610 10
K-Mart TV Electronic S Four Thousand S4000 Radofin 1977 United Kingdom Radofin pong console, sold by K-Mart
Radofin K-Mart TV Electronic S Four Thousand S4000.jpg
4
Electronic TV Game Tele-sport 10 (color) Radofin United Kingdom Radofin pong console. 10 pong games 10
Jeux video 3011 Radofin United Kingdom Radofin pong console AY-3-8500 4
Sport-Action TV Game Radofin United Kingdom Radofin pong console light gun 6
Giochi TV6 403 Re-El 1977 Italy 6 games. Color screen
Re-El Giochi TV.jpg
light gun 6
Giochi TV4 401 Re-El 1977 Italy 4 games. Console can be green or black. Black and white video 4
Giochi TV 402 Re-El 1977 Italy 6 games. 2 with rifle. B&W light gun 6
Giochi TV 400 Re-El 1977 Italy pc-50x family
TV game (t-338/au-807) Regent 1977 European Union pong console AY-3-8500[5]
8 Electronic TV Game (MT-1A8) Ricochet Electronics 1977 United States of America pong console AY-3-8600 8
Electronic Color TV Game Center (MT-1A) Ricochet Electronics 1976 United States of America pong console
Color TV Game System (MT-1A) by Ricochet Electronic.jpg
AY-3-8500 4
Formula 500 (MT-5A) Ricochet Electronics 1976 United States of America pong console F-4301 4
Super Pro (MT-4A) Ricochet Electronics 1977 United States of America 6 games pong console SN76410N 6
Gamatic 7600 Ridgewood 1977 United States of America pong console. The same of Otron Gamatic 7600 SN76410N[39] 4
T-800 Riva 1977 United Kingdom pong console AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Paddle IV Roberts 1976 Korea pong console
Roberts Paddle IV.jpg
AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Paddle VI Roberts 1976 Korea pong console light gun 6
Rally IV Roberts 1977 Korea pong console
Roberts Rally IV.jpg
AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Rally X Roberts 1977 Korea pong console MPS-7600-001[4] 8
Volley VI Roberts 1977 Korea pong console
Volley VI.jpg
light gun 6
Sportrama 8 (36) Roberts 1977 Korea pong console AY-3-8600 8
Super Color Volley X Roberts 1977 Korea pong console light gun 4
Super Color Video X Roberts 1977 Korea pong console light gun 4
Robot or Robot OC 5000 Rollet 1978 France pong console by RIL (Rollet International Limited) AY-3-8500 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
Robot 4302 Rollet 1978 France pong console AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Video Secam System 4-303 Rollet 1977 France pc-50x serie old-computers.com ID
TV Game Centre (15) Ronex 1977 pong console light gun 6
TV-Spill - 2 pistols Colour Ronex 1977 pong console light gun 6
Multicolor FS 1001 S.H.G. (Black Point) 1978 Germany pong console. 4 games 4
10 - Tele Sports FS 1002 S.H.G. (Black Point) 1978 Germany pong console. 10 games AY-3-8610 10
FS 1003 S.H.G. (Black Point) 1978 Germany pc-50x serie as the FS 2000 old-computers.com ID
FS 2000 S.H.G. (Black Point) 1978 Germany pc-50x serie as the FS-1003 old-computers.com ID
TV8 Sports Saft Groupe S.A. 1978 France pong console. 8 games AY-3-8610 8 old-computers.com ID
Playmaster Salora Finland TV and pong console by Salora
Salora Playmaster.jpg
5
GM-402 Samdo 1977 Netherlands pong console AY-3-8500[4] 4
Color TV Game C-2600 Sands TM 1978 United States of America pong console. 6 games with rifle AY-3-8500[4] light gun 6
TV Game C-2200 Sands TM 1977 United States of America pong console, 4 games 4 old-computers.com ID
Colour TV Game C-2300 Sands TM 1977 United States of America pong console, 4 games 4
Color TV Game C-2500 UHF Sands TM 1977 United States of America color pong console 4
TV Game C-3000 Sands TM 1977 United States of America 4 old-computers.com ID
Home T.V. Game TG-101 Santron 1977 United States of America pong console AY-3-8500 4
9015 Color-Cassetten Sanwa 1977 Germany pc-50x family (9015 cartrige format) old-computers.com ID
9012 Color Video Game Sanwa 1977 Germany pong console light gun 6
Tele-spiel 9009 Sanwa 1977 Germany pong console
Sanwa 9009.jpg
4
Télélude Schneider Electric 1978 France Rebranded Philips N20
Shneider Télélude.jpg
AY-3-8500 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
Telelude NB2 Schneider Electric 1978 France pong console. Rebranded Philips N30 6
4 Sports Tele Scomark 1978 France pong console. 4 games TMS-1965N[4] 4
8 Sports Tele Scomark 1978 France pong console. 8 games 8
10 Sports Tele Scomark 1978 France pong console. 10 games 10
jeu tv TVG-6 Scomark 1978 France pong console light gun 6
Tele-Games Pong (model 25796) Sears 1975 United States of America Sears - 1975. = Atari Pong (C-100)
TeleGames-Atari-Pong.jpg
3659-1C/C2566 1 old-computers.com ID
Tele-Games Pinball Breakaway (99713) Sears 1977 United States of America Atari Video Pinball C-380 licensed to Sears
Sears Pinball Breakaway.jpg
C011500-11/C011512-05 7 old-computers.com ID
Tele-Games Super Pong (99736) Sears United States of America Sears pong console developed by Atari. rebranded Atari Super Pong (C-140)
Sears super pong tele games.jpg
C010073-3 4
Tele-Games Motocross Sports Center IV (99729) Sears 1977 United States of America 20 games: 16 pong + 4 race. Only the 4 race games are presents on the Atari Stunt Cycle (C-450)
2013 E3 - VHM Motocross (9099201356).jpg
AY-3-8760
C010765
20
Tele-Games Gunslinger II Sears 1978 United States of America Developed by Coleco, licensed to Sears light gun 6
Tele-Games 80007 Sears 1978 United States of America pong console 4
Tele-Games Hockey-Jokari Sears 1977 United States of America pong console licensed to Sears by APF 4
Tele-Games Hockey-Pong (99721) Sears 1976 United States of America developed by Atari and licensed to Sears. Rebranded Atari Hockey Pong (C-121) AY-3-8500[4] 4
Tele-Games Hockey-Tennis (99722) Sears 1977 United States of America APF pong console licensed to Sears. = APF TV Fun 442 AY-3-8500[4] 4
Tele-Games Hockey-Tennis II (99733) Sears 1977 United States of America APF pong console licensed to Sears. Rebranded APF TV Fun Match 405 AY-3-8500[4] 4
Tele-Games Hockey-Tennis III (99734) Sears 1977 United States of America APF pong console licensed to Sears. Rebranded APF TV Fun Match 406 AY-3-8500[4] 4
Tele-Games Speedway S-100 (99747) Sears 1978 United States of America pong console F-4301[4] 4
Tele-Games Speedway (80017) Sears 1978 United States of America pong console: 2 pong + 2 race games F-4301[4] 4
Tele-Games Speedway IV (99748) Sears 1978 United States of America Atari console licensed to Sears. F-4301[4] 4
Tele-Games Pong Sports II (99707) Sears 1977 United States of America Atari pong console licensed to Sears. Rebranded Atari Ultra Pong (C-402 S) C010765 16
Tele-Games Pong Sports IV (99708) Sears 1977 United States of America Atari Ultra Pong Doubles (C-402 D) licensed to Sears C010765 16
Tele-Games Pong IV (99717) Sears 1975 United States of America Atari console licensed to Sears. = Pong Doubles (C-160) 3659-3 1
Tele-Games Super Pong IV (99737) Sears 1976 United States of America Atari console licensed to Sears (pedestral case) C010073-01/C2607 10
Tele-Games Super Pong IV (99789) Sears 1977 United States of America Atari console licensed to Sears (flat case). Rebranded Super Pong PRO-AM Ten (C-202) C010073-01/C2607 10
TV Game TVG-96 Coleur Sennheiser 1977 Germany pong console AY-3-8500 light gun[4] 6
4711 Most Exciting Tank Battle Sheen 1977 Australia 1 tank game and 4 pong games 5
Video Sport 104 Sheen 1977 Australia pong console AY-3-8500[4] 4
Colour Video Sport 106C Sheen 1977 Australia pong console AY-3-8500[4] light gun 6
Color TV Sports TVG-406-6 Sheen 1977 Australia 6 games pong console AY-3-8500[4] light gun 6
TVG-201 Sheen 1977 Australia light gray pong console AY-3-8500 4
Video Game TVG-202 Sheen 1977 Australia black pong console AY-3-8500 4
TVG-468-10 Sheen 1977 Australia 10 games pong console 10
Video-Sport 100 Sheen 1977 Australia pong game light gun 6
9015 Sheen 1978 Australia pc-50x serie (9015 cartridges)
Bildmeister Turnier FZ 2001 Siemens 1977 Germany pong console. Similar to Blaupunkt TV Action Color xxx. AV module included to be installed into the TV AY-3-8500 4
Telegioco Silcom 1977 Italy italian pong console, identical to Re-El Giochi TV4 401 4
Telegame 2001 Silora 1977 pong console with wood case light gun 6
IC VG-8-C Single 1977 Spain spanish pong console
Single IC VG-8-C.jpg
8
T.V. Game Sinoca 1978 United States of America pong console AY-3-8500 4
C-2600 Colour Sipo Germany pong console light gun 6
TV Spiel Color SD-050 Sipo 1978 Germany pc-50x serie
Sixplay Sixplay 1979 France pong console AY-3-8500 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
Video Sport 124 Skylark 1977 Germany pong console AY-3-8500[4] 4
Occitel Société occitane d'électronique 1975 France Société Occitane d'Electronique (SOE) pong console
SOE Occitel - Pong console 1975.jpg
AY-3-8500 4
OC 5000 Société occitane d'électronique 1978 France Société Occitane d'Electronique (SOE) pong console AY-3-8500 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
OC4 Société occitane d'électronique 1976 France Société Occitane d'Electronique (SOE) pong console AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Match Junior/Robot - Occitel 2 Société occitane d'électronique 1977 France Société Occitane d'Electronique (SOE) pong console TMS-1965N 4
Occitel 003 Modular TV Game Société occitane d'électronique 1977 France pc-50x series pong console
OC 6000 Société occitane d'électronique 1978 France Société Occitane d'Electronique (SOE) pong console AY-3-8600 8 old-computers.com ID
OC 7000 Société occitane d'électronique 1978 France Société Occitane d'Electronique (SOE) tank console AY-3-8700 4
Hide-away TV Game Sonesta 1977 Germany pong console TMS-1965N[4] light gun 6
406-6 Color TV Sports Video Game Sonico 1977 Germany pong console AY-3-8512 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
Telematch Sonolor 1977 France Black & white pong console. Score displayed on the screen BUT equipped with sliders marked from 0 to 10 to keep the general score AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Video game SD-01 (TV sport) Soundic 1977 Hong Kong Hong Kong Soundic pong console. Blue and white or blue and white
Soundic Video Game TV-Sport.jpg
6
SD-04 TV Sports colour Soundic 1977 Hong Kong 10 games: 8 pong + 2 rifle
Soundic TV Sports.jpg
AY-3-8610 10
Programmable TV-Game Console SD-050 / SD-05 / SD-050S Soundic 1978 Hong Kong PC-50x serie pong console
Soundic - Programmable TV-game (SD 050).jpg
SD-61 Soundic 1978 Hong Kong Soundic pong console
Soundic SD-61.jpg
AY-3-8500 10
Programmable TV-Game Console SD-090 Soundic 1978 Hong Kong pc-50x serie console
Soundic SD 90 Programmable game.jpg
SD-062 TV-18 Soundic 1978 Hong Kong 14 games: 10 pong and 4 bike AY-3-8610
AY-3-8760
14
SD-023C Tank Battle Soundic 1978 Hong Kong tank game 1
Video Raceway Soundic 1977 Hong Kong 6 motorbike and car games 6
SD-04 TV Sports B&W Soundic 1977 Hong Kong 8 pong games. Black and white display AY-3-8600 8
TV-game programmable SD-070C Sport Soundic 1978 Hong Kong pc-50x console
Турнир Soviet Union 1978 Soviet Union dedicated first-generation home video game console released in the Soviet Union in 1978
Турнир-Game-Console.jpg
AY-3-8500 4
Eureka (Эврика) Soviet Union 1978 Soviet Union mid-90s soviet union pong console. Built somewhere in Ukraine
Эврика 1.2.jpg
К145ИК17[40] 7
BTSTI + Rubin Ts1-205 Soviet Union 1981 Soviet Union TV plus integrated block to play pong games К145ИК17[40]
NTL-600 Video TV Game (Pong Soccer?) Sportel 1977 United Kingdom Sportel UK Pong-console based on NTL-600 chip. It has tree games
Sportel.jpg
NTL-600 Video TV Game (Pong Soccer?) 3
XY-4 Sportel 1977 United Kingdom Sportel pong console 4
Paddle IV Sportel United Kingdom Sportel pong console AY-3-8500 4
101 Sportron 1977 France French pong console. 4 games. White case AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
105 Sportron 1977 France French pong console. 6 games AY-3-8500 light gun 6
201 Sportron 1977 France French pong console. 3 games 3
Programaster Sportron 1978 France pc-50x serie. the same of Interstate Programaster 1125
108 Sportron 1978 France pong console 8
jeux video 502 Starex 1978 France pong console. 6 games TMS-1965N light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
jeux video 501 Starex 1978 France pong console. 4 games TMS-1965N 4
TVG-621 Super Raf 1977 France pong console 4
TV Challenger Series 3000 (TVC-3000) Superlectron 1977 European Union pong console. 4 games AY-3-8500[4] 4 old-computers.com ID
TV Challenger Series 2000 Superlectron 1976[4] European Union pong console. Analog, 3 games 3
Videoshoot Syrelec 1977 France pong console 4
Videoshoot 2 Syrelec 1977 France color pong console AY-3-8500[4] 4
Varius-Play TAE (Técnicas Avanzadas Electrónicas) 1977 Spain pong console
Tae Varius-Play.jpg
4
Video Sport 600 TCR 1977 United States of America pong console. 4 games TMS-1965N 4
Video Sport 7705 TCR 1978 United States of America pong console. 6 games AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Video Sport 7801 (104) TCR 1978 United States of America pong console. 4 games AY-3-8500 4
Video Sport 900 Programmable Cartridge game in color TCR 1978 United States of America pc-50x serie. 90x cartridge format
Video Sport 7701 TCR 1977 United States of America pong console. 4 games 4
Video Volley TD Manufacturing Co. United States of America pong console. 3 games, tennis, hockey and handball 3
FS4 Fernsehspiel TEC 1977 Germany pong console AY-3-8500[5] 4
FS-404 TEC 1977 Germany pong console AY-3-8500[5]
FS-204 Fernsehspiel TEC 1977 Germany pong console AY-3-8500[5] 4
Tele Juego - B/N 4 TRQ - Talleres Radioeléctricos Querol S.L. 1977 Spain pong console AY-3-8500[41] 4
Tele-Juego Color-4 TRQ - Talleres Radioeléctricos Querol S.L. 1977 Spain color pong console AY-3-8500[41] 4
Tele-Juego Color-10 TRQ - Talleres Radioeléctricos Querol S.L. 1980 Spain pong console AY-3-8610 10
TV 18 Color (C-4016) TV18 (TV 2018) 1978 Germany pong console AY-3-8610
AY-3-8760
18
TV 2018 Color (20 441/2) TV18 (TV 2018) 1978 Germany pong console AY-3-8610
AY-3-8760
18
Video Cassette Rock Takatoku Toys 1977 Japan Pong console game. pc-50x serie
TAKATOKU Video Cassetty Lock.jpg
T.U.G. Takatoku Toys 1977[42] Japan Japan pong console 6
TV Scoreboard 60-3060 Tandy Corporation 1977 United States of America portable pong console. 4 games AY-3-8500[4] 4
TV Scoreboard 60-3061 Tandy Corporation 1977 United States of America portable pong console. 6 games (4 pong + 2 rifle) AY-3-8500 light gun 6
TV Scoreboard 60-9001 Tandy Corporation 1977 United States of America pong console.4 games AY-3-8500[4] 4
TV Scoreboard 60-9005 Tandy Corporation 1977 United States of America pong console. 10 games (Enduro, Cross, Stunt cycle, drag, race, target, skeet target, tennis, foot, squash, practice) AY-3-8500
AY-3-8760
light gun[4] 10
TV Sport Technigraph 1977 European Union european pong console. White or woodgrain case AY-3-8500[5] 4
TV Sport mark I Technigraph 1977 European Union pong console. same look of "TV Sport" AY-3-8500[5] 4
TVG SD-1 Technigraph 1977 European Union pong console AY-3-8500[5] 4
Tele Match 4 (model 7700) Tele-Match inc. 1977 United States of America pong console model
Tele Match 4 - Concert Hall IV model 7700.jpg
AY-3-8500 4
Tele-Match 4 (model 4400) Tele-Match inc. 1976 United States of America pong console AY-3-8500 4
Tele-Match Concert Hall IV (model 8800) Tele-Match inc. 1976 United States of America Pong console
Tele-Match Concert Hall IV (model 8800).jpg
AY-3-8500 4
Tele-Match 4 (6600) Tele-Match inc. 1977 United States of America pong console 4
Television Computer Game 3300R Tele-Match inc. 1977 United States of America pong game SN76410N 5
Giochi Televisivi (Mod. G) Tele-Partner 1977 Italy italian pong console. 10 games: pong + race. Same of Poppy 9017 AY-3-8512
AY-3-8760
light gun 10 old-computers.com ID
TV Game Programmable (CL-2002) Tele-Partner 1978 Italy pc-50x serie
Video Game Tank-Battle - SD-02-3 Tele-Partner 1977 Italy first generation console. Tank battle games 1
TVG-SD-04 Tele-Partner 1977 Italy pong console. 10 games AY-3-8610 10
Giochi Televisivi (BN-606P) Tele-Partner 1977 Italy pong console. 4 games 4
Paris Video Sport FY-707 Teleflip 1977 France pong console
Teleflip Paris Video Sport FY-707.jpg
AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Paris Video Coleur CB-812 Teleflip France pong console 3
Match I Telegioca 1977 Italy italian pong console. Can be black, blue or green 4
Palestra 02 Teleigra 1977 Soviet Union First Russian pong console. Made on several dozen discrete IC-TTL. 5 games
Teleigra-Palestra-02.jpg
5
Colourstars Teleng 1977 United Kingdom pc-50x serie. Teleng cartridge format old-computers.com ID
Colourstars TV game Teleng 1977 United Kingdom pong console. 6 games. U.K. flag on the case AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Telestars Teleng 1977 United Kingdom pong console 4
Multijuegos Teletenis[43] 1976 Spain hybrid (analog + digital) pong console built with discrete components. It uses cartridges 6
T-800 Temco 1979 United Kingdom Black & white display pong console. = Zeon T-800
Temco T-800.jpg
AY-3-8500 4
T-800C Temco 1979 United Kingdom Colour pong console AY-3-8500 4
T106C Temco 1977 United Kingdom pong console
Temco T-106.jpg
light gun 6
T900 Temco 1979 United Kingdom portable pong console 4
T-802C Temco 1977 United Kingdom color pong console. "C" stands for Color model 4
T-802 Temco 1977 United Kingdom black and white model
Temco T-802.jpg
4
Programmable TVGame SD-050C Tempest 1978 Australia pc-50x serie
TV Game (PP-150 Giocattolo) Tenko Italy pong console AY-3-8500 3
Video Game TVG-204 Termbray 1977 United Kingdom pong console AY-3-8500 4
TV Game Termbray 1977 United Kingdom handheld pong console 4
JV 1002 Thomson 1977 France pong console. Games: Bataille aerienne(2 target games), hockey sur glace, football, labyrinthe(gridball), basket(2), tennis, squash, pelote
Thomson JV 1002.jpg
AY-3-8610 10
Jeu Video - JV 402T Thomson 1977 France pong console 4
Jeu Video JV 1T Thomson 1977 France pong console. Interton 2400 rebranded for French market AY-3-8500[4] 5 old-computers.com ID
Colour 4 Tokyo 1977 European Union pong console.
Tokyo Colour TV Game-colour 4.jpg
4 old-computers.com ID
Colour 10 Tokyo European Union pong console
Tokyo Colour TV Game-colour 10.jpg
10
TV Fun Color Model 601 Tomy 1977 Japan Tomy pong console. white or brown case AY-3-8500[5] 3
TV Fun Color Model 902 Tomy 1978 Japan pong console. 4 stunt cycle and 1 car race games 5
TV Fun 301 Tomy 1977 Japan pong console 4
TV Fun 401 Tomy 1977 Japan pong console AY-3-8500[5] 4
TV Fun Color Model 501 Tomy 1977 Japan pong console AY-3-8500[5] 3
TV Fun Color Model 602 Tomy 1977 Japan pong console AY-3-8500[5] 3
TV Fun Color Model 701 Tomy 1977 Japan pong console 8
TV Fun 801 Tomy 1978 Japan pong console light gun 4
Tv Fun 901 Tomy 1978 Japan pong console. 4 stunt cycle + 4 pong games 8
Video Game TVG-610 Toshiba 1977 Japan pong console light gun 6
Color TV Sport 406-6 Trevi s.r.l. Italy clone of the Conic TV Sports 406-6 light gun 6
TV-9010 Ultrasound 1977 Germany B&W pong console AY-3-8500[5] 4 old-computers.com ID
TV-9010-C Ultrasound 1977 Germany color pong console AY-3-8500[44] 4
Tele-Sports Ultrasound 1977 Germany pong console. With yellow or orange buttons. Identical to Radofin Tele-Sports AY-3-8500[44] 4 old-computers.com ID
F-8 (703 SE) Uni-Vid 1978 France pong console, 8 games, manufactured by Korean Sunny Emi Company Ltd. and rebranded by French Uni-Vid AY-3-8600 8
TV-10 Color (Mark IX) Unimex 1978 Germany pc-50x serie. Sold also as "Mark IX" with no clear cosmetic/hardware differences old-computers.com ID
Mark V Unimex 1977 Germany Mark V-B: black & white, Mark V-C: color AY-3-8500[4] light gun 6
Mark IV Unimex 1977 Germany pong console. 6 games light gun 6
Mark III Unimex 1977 Germany pong console. 4 games 4
Mark VI Unimex 1977 Germany pc-50x serie. Identical to Unimex TV-10 Color?
Mark VII Unimex 1977 Germany pong console light gun 6
Mark VIII Unimex 1977 Germany Handheld pong console light gun 8
TELE-SET GTV 881 (Unitra) Unimor 1978[2] Poland pong console. Only one cartridge known: Kometka(badminton). The paddles connect in the rear of cartridge 1
Tournament 2000 Unisonic Products Corporation 1977 United States of America Unisonic pong console
Unisonic Tournament 2000 Game System.jpg
AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Tournament 100 Unisonic Products Corporation 1976 United States of America Unisonic pong console AY-3-8500 4
Sportsman T101 Unisonic Products Corporation 1976 United States of America Unisonic pong console AY-3-8500 4
Tournament 102 Unisonic Products Corporation 1976 United States of America Unisonic pong console 3
Tournament 150 Unisonic Products Corporation 1976 United States of America Unisonic pong console AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Tournament 200 Unisonic Products Corporation 1976 United States of America Unisonic pong console AY-3-8500 4
Tournament 1000 Unisonic Products Corporation 1977 United States of America Unisonic pong console AY-3-8500 4
Tournament 2501 Unisonic Products Corporation 1977 United States of America Unisonic pong console AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Olympian 2600 Unisonic Products Corporation 1977 United States of America Unisonic color pong console
Unisonic Olympian 2600.jpg
AY-3-8610 10
Video Action Unitrex 1977 United States of America pong console 4
Video-Pro Unitrex 1977 United States of America pong console 4
Video-Pro II Unitrex 1977 United States of America pong console 4
Video Action VA-II Universal Research Laboratories, Inc. 1975 United States of America Universal Research pong console. Digital (TTL) implementation. Tennis hockey and soccer games 3
Video Action VA-III Universal Research Laboratories, Inc. 1976 United States of America Universal Research pong console. Digital (CMOS) implementation 2
Video Action TV Game 1000 Universal Research Laboratories, Inc. 1976 United States of America Universal Research pong console. 6 games light gun 6
Video Action IV Indy 500 (S-100) Universal Research Laboratories, Inc. 1976 United States of America two Ball & Paddle variants and two car racing games
Universal Research Labs - Video Action IV Indy 500.jpg
F-4301 4
TV-Multi-Speil 4014 Universum 1980 Germany Universum pong console. 2 shooting games are played with the joysticks
TV-Multi-Speil4014.jpg
AY-3-8610
AY-3-8760
14 old-computers.com ID
TV-Multi-spiel 2006 Universum 1978 Germany Universum pong console
Universum TV Multispiel 2006.jpg
AY-3-8500 light gun 6 old-computers.com ID
TV-Multi Spiel 2004 Universum 1977 Germany Universum pong console AY-3-8500 4
Color-Multi-Spiel 4004 Universum 1977 Germany universum pong console AY-3-8500 4
Color-Multi-Spiel 4010 Universum 1979 Germany universum pong console. shooting games played with the joysticks AY-3-8610 10 old-computers.com ID
Color Multi-Spiel 4106 Universum 1981 Germany universum pong console AY-3-8500 light gun 6
TV-Spiel 1004 Universum Germany universum pong console AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
Multi-Spiel Color Universum 1976 Germany handheld universum pong console AY-3-8500 4
TV-Multi-Spiel Universum 1976 Germany B&W pong console. handhleld AY-3-8500 4 old-computers.com ID
41N (4IN?) Univox 1977 France pong console, identical to Gamatic 7600 TMS-1965N 4 old-computers.com ID
4200n Univox 1977 France pong console 4
6IN Univox 1978 France pong console AY-3-8500[4] light gun 6
Tele-Sports 6 Univox 1981 France pong console. Games: cible mobile, cible mouvante, football, pelote, mur, tennis AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Telesport 10 Univox 1981 France pong console
Univox Telesport 10.jpg
10
Jeu Video Cassette Interchangeables Tele-sports III Univox 1977 France pong console. PC-50X serie
TV game AU-708 Vanica 1977 Austria pong console 4
Video Sports VS-1 Venture Electronics 1976 United States of America pong console. 4 games AY-3-8500[4] 4
Video Sports VS-5 Venture Electronics 1977 United States of America pong console. 5 games SN76410N[4] 5
Video Sports VS-7 Venture Electronics 1977 United States of America pong console. 8 games MPS-7600-001[4] light gun 8
TV Spel T-338 Verco[45] pong console 4
DX-503 Video 4000-EX 1977 European Union pong console 4
5 Jeux - 2002 Video Stellar 1977 France pong console TMS-1965N[4] 5
Combat Lunaire Video Stellar 1978 France 1° generation console, combat tank games. 2 games variant: normal and lazeroïde AY-3-8710 2 old-computers.com ID
Rally (VM4 MK1) Videomaster 1975 United Kingdom Analog (CMOS). pong console
Videomaster-Rally.jpg
2
All Star (VMV9) Videomaster 1978 United Kingdom 2 version: with and without with inners AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Colourscore (VM11) Videomaster 1977 United Kingdom pong console
Videomaster Colourscore.jpg
MM-57105N (PAL) 3
Colourscore 2 (VMV6) Videomaster 1979 United Kingdom pong console based on AY-3-8500-7 AY-3-8500 light gun 6
Colourshot (VMV2) Videomaster 1977 United Kingdom pong console MM-57105N (PAL) 3
Home TV Game (VM 577) Videomaster 1974 United Kingdom Analog (TTL). Plastic case 3
Home TV Game MK2 (VM 577) Videomaster 1975 United Kingdom Analog (TTL). Bronze metal 3
Home TV Game MK3 (VM3) Videomaster 1975 United Kingdom Analog. 2 versions: with and without scoring add-on 3
Olympic (VM3 MK2) Videomaster 1975 United Kingdom analog pong console 7
Sportsworld (VMV5) Videomaster 1978 United Kingdom 2 versions: Horiz. & Vert. knobs OR Joysticks AY-3-8610 10
Strika (VM-13) Videomaster 1977 United Kingdom pong console AY-3-8500 4
Strika 2 (VMV8) Videomaster 1977 United Kingdom pong console AY-3-8500 4
Superscore (VM-8) Videomaster 1976 United Kingdom 2 versions: normal and carry case AY-3-8500 3
Visionscore (VMV1) Videomaster 1977 United Kingdom pong console MM-57105N (PAL) 3
Colour Cartridge (VMV12) Videomaster 1979 United Kingdom pc-50x family console, but cartrige with different shape
Elektronikus TV játék Videoton 1976 Hungary pong console
Videoton Elektronikus TV Jatek.jpg
AY-3-8500 4
Sportron 101 Videoton 1977 Hungary pong console. It's the Sporton 101 but with hungarian texts AY-3-8500[46] 4
W TV-4 Waltham 1977 Germany pong console. Orange or white case AY-3-8500[4] 4
WG-015 Weiner 1977 Austria pong console AY-3-8500[5] 4
TV Game EP460 Windsor 1977 United States of America pong console AY-3-8500 4
TV Game EP500 Windsor 1976 United States of America USA pong console AY-3-8500[4] 4
Video Game D-5614 Winthronics 1977 United Kingdom pong console AY-3-8500[4] 4
Sportfun TV game Yoko 1977 European Union pong console 4
Ping-O-Tronic Zanussi 1974 Italy Analog (TTL/Trans) dedicated first-generation home video game console released under the Séleco brand in 1974 in Italy. Model from PP-1 to PP-10; starting from PP-5 available a light gun game.
Zanussi - Ping-o-tronic.jpg
light gun 4
Play-O-Tronic Zanussi 1977 Italy Dedicated first-generation home video game console released under the Séleco brandin Italy
Zanussi - Play-o-tronic.jpg
AY-3-8500 light gun 6
T-338 Zeon 1977 United Kingdom Pong console. Identical to Hanimex T-338 and Ajax T-338 AY-3-8500 4
T-800 Zeon 1977 United Kingdom Black & white display pong console. Identical to Temco T-800 AY-3-8500 4
t-800c Zeon 1977 United Kingdom Color pong console AY-3-8500 4
Zoushi TV Zhoushi Electronic Enterprise Co., Ltd. 1977 Taiwan

∑ 875 items.

Canceled Systems[edit]

A lot of systems were released, but some were cancelled during development or never made it to market, with some prototypes existing.

There are 4 known first-generation home video game consoles that were never released.

Canceled First Generation Consoles
Company Name Intended release year Integrated Chip Cartridge Based Light Gun Image Fate
APF TV Fun (Model 500) 1978 No No Canceled American release of the Bandai TV-Jack 2500.
Atari Tank II 1977 No No Controller design reporpused for the Atari VCS (2600) console.
Game Brain 1978 Yes No Atari Game Brain.jpg Canceled to avoid confusion and competition with Atari's own VCS (2600) console.
Magnavox Odyssey 5000 1978 MM571068

MUGS-1

No No Design of the console and controllers was reworked into the Magnavox Odyssey2.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ This number is always up to date by this script.

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