Terebikko

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Terebikko
Terebikko-logo.png
Terebikko system.jpg
Also known asSee 'n Say Video Phone (US)
ManufacturerBandai
TypeHome video game console
Lifespan
Introductory price¥5,000 (Japan)
Discontinued1994
MediaVHS
Controller inputPhone

The Terebikko (Japanese: てれびっこ, Hepburn: Terebikko) is an interactive VHS console game system released in Japan by Bandai in 1988.[1] Titles released included a wide variety of known franchises, such as Super Mario World, Dragon Ball Z, and many more. The system was also released in the U.S. as the See 'n Say Video Phone by Mattel in 1989.

Gameplay[edit]

This system has the shape of a toy phone, and is connected to the TV's audio output jack. It has four large main buttons numbered 1 to 4, each with a different color (red, blue, green, yellow).

Throughout the video, the viewer receives calls from characters on-screen, and answers questions using the telephone. The phone uses signals from the video (inaudible through the built-in speaker), to interact with the viewer, as such for giving bad or good answers.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "【懐かしいCM】てれびっこ バンダイ BANDAI(1988)|Japan TV commercial". Retrieved 2017-08-21.
  2. ^ "通販 生産終了品 てれびっこシリーズ(バンダイ) (おもちゃ屋トイショップ メルヘン)". トイショップ メルヘン (in Japanese). Retrieved 2020-04-19.
  3. ^ "てれびっこ専用ビデオテープ NO.7 それいけ! アンパンマン からだのなかの大冒険 中古 その他 VHS 通販ショップの駿河屋" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2017-08-23.
  4. ^ "Fiche de Anpanman OAV 1 (Terebikko)". Emu-France (in French). Retrieved 2017-08-23.
  5. ^ "それいけ! アンパンマン ゆかいなお誕生会 中古 アニメ レンタルアップVHS 通販ショップの駿河屋" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2017-08-23.
  6. ^ "Fiche de Anpanman OAV 2 (Terebikko)". Emu-France (in French). Retrieved 2017-08-23.
  7. ^ "Sailor Moon S - Kotaete Moon Call Commercial". YouTube. Retrieved 2017-09-19.

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