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Database Games Computer

By Videomaster, this is an early and running on an S2650 processor.

Distributed by Voltmace, who were more famed in the UK for producing joysticks and other peripherals for Acorn machines, this could be considered part of the Interton VC 4000 group of consoles, and although using different carts, hardware wise it would be compatible with Radofin and Prinztronic machines, there apparently was an adaptor to be able to use interton cartridges.

The game cartridges include Duck hunting, horse racing, car Racing and of course card games.

Manufacturer: Voltmace
Date: 1979

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH50430. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Database Games Computer

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