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Interstate Programaster 1125

This is badged as an Ajax machine, but is soley an Interstate machine sold in the Netherlands.

The box has Licensed from Magnavox, every pong console had to pay a license to the American company who very robustly protected their IP.

The game takes cartridges, and has some novel uses for the pong formula, such as car racing, firing at warships, and even one close to Missile Command. 




1978

Manufacturer: Ajax
Date: 1978

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH56589. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 
Interstate Programaster 1125


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