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Videomaster Colourscore

The ColourScore (model VM-11) is one of the first colour systems released by Videomaster in 1977 along with the ColourShot and VisionScore. This model was the most successfull of all the systems released by the company, and was sold in several european countries. This system uses the National Semiconductor MM-57105 game chip and plays three games for one or two players (single player games are played with one controller moving both paddles at the same time).

Model No: VM11

This was kindly donated by Tony Allen

Manufacturer: Videomaster
Date: 1977

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH8396. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Videomaster Colourscore

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