Panasonic R.E.A.L 3DO Interactive Multiplayer

Panasonic R.E.A.L 3DO Interactive Multiplayer
1993
The 3DO Interactive Multiplayer (often called simply 3DO) is a video game console originally produced by Panasonic in 1993.

Manufacturer : Panasonic
Type : Game Console

Interstate 1160 Video Games Console

Interstate 1160 Video Games Console
1977
Interstate1160 Video Games Console featuring Tennis, Hockey/Football, Squash, Training and Pistol 1 & 2.

Manufacturer : Interstate
Type : Game Console

Sega Master System II

Sega Master System II
1990
The Master System II, was a relaunch of the 1987 machine, and was a cost reduced version of that, it lacked the composite output, the cartridge slot, so no game cards or 3D glasses could be used, it h...

Manufacturer : Sega
Type : Game Console

Gizmondo

Gizmondo
March 2005
The Gizmondo is a handheld gaming console released by Tiger Telematics in March 2005.

Manufacturer : Tiger Telematics
Type : Game Console

Nintendo Game & Watch - Squish

Nintendo Game & Watch - Squish
1986
In this handheld game players control a little creature who avoids being squished by moving walls controlled by an alien on the top screen.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Videomaster Star Chess

Videomaster Star Chess
1979
A 1979 cross between a TV game and Chess.

Manufacturer : Videomaster
Type : Game Console

Nintendo GameCube - Resident Evil Limited Edition

Nintendo GameCube - Resident Evil Limited Edition
14th September 2001
Originally released in Japan in 2001, the GameCube was Nintendo's successor to the N64, designed to compete with Sony's Playstation 2 and Microsoft's XBOX.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Sega Mega Drive

Sega Mega Drive
20th November 1990
Released by Sega in Japan in 1988, North America in 1989, and the PAL region in 1990.

Manufacturer : Sega
Type : Game Console

Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)

Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
1st September 1986
After the enormous success of the Famicom in Japan, launched in 1983, Nintendo, a company formed nearly 100 years before, manufacturing game cards, began looking for overseas expansion, after perform...

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Super Com 72 - SNES Clone

Super Com 72 - SNES Clone
1992
Super Com Entertainment Computer System 72 Supposedly from Vietnam.

Manufacturer : Super Com
Type : Game Console

Philips Videopac G7000

Philips Videopac G7000
1982
The Videopac G7000 was an 8-bit console manufactured by Philips and launched in 1982.

Manufacturer : Philips
Type : Game Console

Atari Jaguar

Atari Jaguar
1993
The Atari Jaguar was released by Atari Corporation in 1993.

Manufacturer : Atari
Type : Game Console

Nintendo Super Set NES Version

Nintendo Super Set NES Version
1991
The Nintendo Super Set NES Version is a 4 player bundle of the NES system.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Atari PONG

Atari PONG
1974
Atari PONG was released in June 1972 and is the first commercially successful video game and is based on a simple two-dimensional graphical representation of a tennis-like game.

Manufacturer : Atari
Type : Game Console

Nintendo Game Boy

Nintendo Game Boy
1990
The Game Boy is an 8-bit handheld video game console developed and manufactured by Nintendo.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Sega Master System

Sega Master System
1987
After the relative failures of the Sega SG1000 and mark II consoles, Sega launched their Mark III console, which also could not put a dent in Nintendo’s market share in either its native country or t...

Manufacturer : Sega
Type : Game Console

Sony Playstation

Sony Playstation
29th September 1995
The history of the Playstation begins in 1988 when Sony and Nintendo were working together to develop the Super Disc.

Manufacturer : Sony
Type : Game Console

Xbox

Xbox
14th March 2002
The Xbox was a sixth-generation video game console manufactured by Microsoft and released on March 14, 2002 in Europe.

Manufacturer : Microsoft
Type : Game Console

Nintendo Virtual Boy

Nintendo Virtual Boy
14th August 1995
Nintendo’s Virtual boy (also known as the VR-32 during development) was the first portable game console capable of displaying "true” 3D graphics out of the box.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Nintendo DS

Nintendo DS
2005
The Nintendo DS (NDS or DS, and the iQue DS in China) is a handheld game console developed and manufactured by Nintendo, Released Worldwide in 2005, the Nintendo DS is distinguishable by its LCD dual...

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Sony Playstation 2

Sony Playstation 2
2000
After the enormous success of the Playstation, Sony were not going to rest on their laurels, despite its rival Sega launching their Dreamcast a more than a year early than Sony would unleash the Play...

Manufacturer : Sony Corporation
Type : Game Console

Sega Game Gear

Sega Game Gear
1992
The Sega Game Gear is a handheld game console, which was Sega's response to Nintendo's Game Boy.

Manufacturer : Sega Enterprises, Inc
Type : Game Console

Videomaster Superscore

Videomaster Superscore
1976
The Videomaster Superscore (model VM-8) was released in 1976 and sold assembled or in kit form (to be fully assembled).

Manufacturer : Videomaster
Type : Game Console

Adman Grandstand (Fairchild Channel-F) Video Entertainment Computer

Adman Grandstand (Fairchild Channel-F) Video Entertainment Computer
August 1976
The Fairchild Channel F is a game console released by Fairchild Semiconductor in August 1976 at the retail price of $169.

Manufacturer : Fairchild
Type : Game Console

Nintendo Game & Watch - Fire RC-04

Nintendo Game & Watch - Fire RC-04
1980
Nintendo Game & Watch RC-04 Fire 1980 silver LCD 1 player.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Fying Flapjacks

Fying Flapjacks
1982
Flying Flapjacks from Innovator Electronics 1982.

Manufacturer : Innovator Electronics
Type : Game Console

Nintendo 64

Nintendo 64
1st March 1997
After the proposed add on systems for the Super Nintendo had come to nothing, Nintendo had the task of trying to keep market share by creating a console with a new partner in Silicon Graphics, who we...

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Amstrad GX4000

Amstrad GX4000
1990
One of only two home consoles to originate from the UK, the other being the BBC bridge companion.

Manufacturer : Amstrad
Type : Game Console

Videomaster Colourscore

Videomaster Colourscore
1977
The ColourScore (model VM-11) is one of the first colour systems released by Videomaster in 1977 along with the ColourShot and VisionScore.

Manufacturer : Videomaster
Type : Game Console

Atari 2600 VCS

Atari 2600 VCS
October 1977
The Atari VCS is a video game console released in October 1977.

Manufacturer : Atari
Type : Game Console

 Atari VCS (Darth Vader)

Atari VCS (Darth Vader)
1982
The Atari 2600 is a video game console released in October 1977.

Manufacturer : Atari
Type : Game Console

Conic TVG-SD-01 Games Console

Conic TVG-SD-01 Games Console
1977
This Conic TVG-SD-01 Games Console dates from 1977 and is for two players with a choice of Hockey, Squash, Handball and Tennis...

Manufacturer : Conic
Type : Game Console

Sega Dreamcast (PAL version)

Sega Dreamcast (PAL version)
9th September 1999
Released less than three years after their previous console, the Saturn, Sega were determined to get a new console to market well ahead of their rivals, particularly Sony.

Manufacturer : Sega
Type : Game Console

Entertainment Computer System - NASA NS-90AP

Entertainment Computer System - NASA NS-90AP
Unknown
Made in Taiwan...

Manufacturer :
Type : Game Console

Bingo TVG-203

Bingo TVG-203
1977
Pong type TV Games System. Serial NO: 203-20913 Tennis Football Squash Practice 1977...

Manufacturer : Bingo
Type : Game Console

Teleng Colourstars TV Game Console

Teleng Colourstars TV Game Console
1979
The history of domestic video games starts in the 70s.

Manufacturer : Teleng
Type : Game Console

Binatone TV Master MK 8 - Model 01/4923

Binatone TV Master MK 8 - Model 01/4923
1977
Binatone TV Game Console from Binatone with 8 games including: Football, Ice Hockey, Gridball, Basket Solo, Tennis, Squash Solo, squash & Basket Ball.

Manufacturer : Binatone
Type : Game Console

Binatone Colour TV Game MK 10 Model 01/4842

Binatone Colour TV Game MK 10 Model 01/4842
1977
This pong is one of the many Binatone systems.

Manufacturer : Binatone
Type : Game Console

Vectrex Model 3000 (Milton Bradley)

Vectrex Model 3000 (Milton Bradley)
1984
In March of 1983, Milton Bradley (MB) decided they wanted to get into the videogame business and purchased GCE, thus acquiring the Vectrex.

Manufacturer : Vectrex
Type : Game Console

Atari 7800

Atari 7800
1986
The Atari 7800 ProSystem, or simply the Atari 7800, is a video game console re-released by Atari Corporation in January 1986.

Manufacturer : Atari
Type : Game Console

Interstate Mini TV Game 1104

Interstate Mini TV Game 1104
1977
These two little controllers played a mean game of PONG on your TV.

Manufacturer : Interstate
Type : Game Console

Sega 16-Bit Mega Drive II

Sega 16-Bit Mega Drive II
1990
The Mega Drive is a fourth-generation video game console released by Sega in Japan in 1988 and Europe, Australia and other PAL regions in 1990.

Manufacturer : Sega
Type : Game Console

Magnavox Odyssey

Magnavox Odyssey
August 1972
The Magnavox Odyssey was the World's first home video game console.

Manufacturer : Magnavox
Type : Game Console

Merlin, the Electronic Wizard

Merlin, the Electronic Wizard
1978
Merlin (sometimes known as Merlin, the Electronic Wizard) was a handheld electronic game first made by Parker Brothers in 1978.

Manufacturer : Parker Brothers
Type : Game Console

Ingersoll XK400 Mini TV Game

Ingersoll XK400 Mini TV Game
1977
Mini TV Game from 1977 featuring 4 electronic action games: Tennis, Practice, Football and Squash.

Manufacturer : Ingersoll
Type : Game Console

Bandai Pippin Atmark

Bandai Pippin Atmark
March 1995
The Pippin, known in Japan as Pippin Atmark, and marketed as Pipp!

Manufacturer : Bandai
Type : Game Console

Sega Mega CD 2 System

Sega Mega CD 2 System
19th April 1993
An add-on device for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis video game console, the Sega Mega CD was designed and produced by Sega.

Manufacturer : Sega
Type : Game Console

Commodore C64 GS Games System

Commodore C64 GS Games System
December 1990
The Commodore 64 Games System (often abbreviated C64GS) was the cartridge-based game console version of the popular Commodore 64 home computer.

Manufacturer : Commodore
Type : Game Console

Interstate 1160 Video Games Console

Interstate 1160 Video Games Console
1977
Interstate1160 Video Games Console featuring Tennis, Hockey/Football, Squash, Training and Pistol 1 & 2.

Manufacturer : Interstate
Type : Game Console

Magnavox Video Sports SG-1000

Magnavox Video Sports SG-1000
1977
Video Sports Model number SG-1000.

Manufacturer : Magnavox
Type : Game Console

Tele-Games Pong Sports IV

Tele-Games Pong Sports IV
1975
Made by Atari for Sears-Roebuck and Co.

Manufacturer : Atari
Type : Game Console

Color TV Game 6

Color TV Game 6
1977
The Color TV Game 6 was the first Color TV Game ever released.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Atari XEGS

Atari XEGS
1987
The Atari XE Video Game System (Atari XEGS) sometimes pronounced zegs, is a video game console released by Atari Corporation in 1987.

Manufacturer : Atari
Type : Game Console

Nintendo Famicom

Nintendo Famicom
15th July 1983
The Nintendo Famicom is the Japenese version of the NES.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

NEC TurboGrafx 16

NEC TurboGrafx 16
30th October 1987
TurboGrafx-16, fully titled as TurboGrafx-16 Entertainment SuperSystem and known in Japan as the PC Engine, is a video game console developed by Hudson Soft and NEC, released in Japan on October 30, 1987, and in North America on August 29, 1989.

Manufacturer : NEC
Type : Game Console

Philips CDi 210 Multimedia Console

Philips CDi 210 Multimedia Console
1991
The Philips CD-i (Compact Disc Interactive) is an interactive multimedia CD player developed and marketed by Royal Philips Electronics N.

Manufacturer : Philips
Type : Game Console

Sega Dreamcast (US Version - NTSC)

Sega Dreamcast (US Version - NTSC)
9th September 1999
The Sega Dreamcast is a video game console which was released by Sega in November 1998 in Japan and in late 1999 in other territories.

Manufacturer : Sega
Type : Game Console

SNK Neo Geo CD

SNK Neo Geo CD
1994
The Neo Geo CD game console from SNK was released in 1994, four years after its cartridge-based equivalent, in an effort to reduce manufacturing costs.

Manufacturer : SNK
Type : Game Console

Philips CDi 220/25 Interactive Multimedia CD-I Player

Philips CDi 220/25 Interactive Multimedia CD-I Player
1986
The Philips CD-i (Compact Disc Interactive) is an interactive multimedia CD player developed and marketed by Royal Philips Electronics N.

Manufacturer : Philips
Type : Game Console

Sega Saturn

Sega Saturn
8th July 1990
Sega had enjoyed huge success with it’s previous console the Megadrive, but had tested the patience of its loyal fanbase to the limit with expensive add on consoles in the form of the Mega CD and the...

Manufacturer : Sega
Type : Game Console

Atari Flashback

Atari Flashback
2004
The Atari Flashback was released in 2004.

Manufacturer : Atari
Type : Game Console

Nintendo Game & Watch - Mario Bros

Nintendo Game & Watch - Mario Bros
1986
Mario Bros. is a title for the Game & Watch. Despite its name, it has no similarity to the popular arcade game Mario Bros. Instead of plumbing, Mario and Luigi are working at a bottling factory a...

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Adman Grandstand TVG-2600 Mk II

Adman Grandstand TVG-2600 Mk II
1977
The Grandstand TVG-2600 Mk II is a 1977 Games Console of the Pong variety.

Manufacturer : Adman
Type : Game Console

Sega Lock-On

Sega Lock-On "Laser Tag" Game
1992
Originally known at VR-SHOOTER, the Sega Lock-On was a little known laser tag game developed by Sega and originally released in 1992.

Manufacturer : Sega
Type : Game Console

Binatone Colour TV Game Mk6 01-4761

Binatone Colour TV Game Mk6 01-4761
1976
...

Manufacturer : Binatone
Type : Game Console

Micro Genius IQ-501

Micro Genius IQ-501
1991
There are several models of the Micro Genius, but the Micro Genius IQ-501 was particularly popular until the official introduction of competitors like Sega and Nintendo in the regions where it was sold.

Manufacturer : Micro Genius
Type : Game Console

ColecoVision Games Console

ColecoVision Games Console
1982
The ColecoVision was distributed by CBS Electronics outside of the United States, and was branded the CBS ColecoVision.

Manufacturer : Colecovision
Type : Game Console

Xbox Crystal - Limited Edition

Xbox Crystal - Limited Edition
26th March 2004
The Xbox Crystal was a limited edition version of the standard original xbox console.

Manufacturer : Microsoft
Type : Game Console

ActionMax

ActionMax
1987
Action Max is a games console using VHS tapes for games.

Manufacturer : Words Of Wonder
Type : Game Console

Super Nintendo Entertainment System

Super Nintendo Entertainment System
11th April 1992
The Super Nintendo Entertainment System (also known as the Super NES, SNES or Super Nintendo) is a 16-bit video game console that was released in 1990 by Nintendo in Japan, 1991 in North America, 1992...

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Maplin Sportsman 'Pong' Games Console with two hand control units.

Maplin Sportsman 'Pong' Games Console with two hand control units.
1978
After Atari launched its famous Pong in 1975, the world was flooded with imitations.

Manufacturer : Maplin
Type : Game Console

Chess Companion II

Chess Companion II
1983
The Companion II is a sophisticated chess computer which automatically registers your moves on its built-in sensor chessboard.

Manufacturer : SciSys
Type : Game Console

Sega SG-1000 Mk II

Sega SG-1000 Mk II
July 1984
The Sega SG1000 MK II was released in July 1984.

Manufacturer : Sega
Type : Game Console

Sega SG-1000

Sega SG-1000
1983
The SG-1000 (Sega Game 1000) was Sega's first product for the home video game console.

Manufacturer : Sega
Type : Game Console

Teleng Telestars

Teleng Telestars
1977
Teleng Telestars was a Pong type games console manufactured in Essex .

Manufacturer : Teleng
Type : Game Console

Atari 5200

Atari 5200
1982
The Atari 5200 SuperSystem, commonly known as the Atari 5200, is a video game console that was introduced in 1982 by Atari Inc.

Manufacturer : Atari
Type : Game Console

Sands C-2500 UHF Color TV Game Console

Sands C-2500 UHF Color TV Game Console
1977
A pong type console manufactured by Sands (Taiwan) 1977 It includes 4 games with joysticks Tennis, Football, Squash solo and Squash Amateur & Professional modes with variable ball speed...

Manufacturer :
Type : Game Console

Mentor Tele-Sports Electronic TV Game Console

Mentor Tele-Sports Electronic TV Game Console
1977
A prolific board builder of the 1970's was Radofin, based in Hong Kong.

Manufacturer : Mentor
Type : Game Console

Sony PlayStation 2 Debugging Station

Sony PlayStation 2 Debugging Station
2000
The Test version of the PlayStation 2, model number DTL-H10000, was used in conjunction with the DTL-T10000 development kit to produce games.

Manufacturer : Sony Corporation
Type : Game Console

Nintendo Famicom Disk System

Nintendo Famicom Disk System
15th July 1983
From Wikipedia: the FDS and the FCD, was released on February 21, 1986 by Nintendo as a peripheral for the Nintendo Family Computer console in Japan .

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

TV Game 2600

TV Game 2600
1980
This appears to be a straight Arabic clone of the Atari 2600.

Manufacturer : TV Game
Type : Game Console

Prinztronic Tournament 5000

Prinztronic Tournament 5000
1977
Prinztronic was the own-brand trade name of the British "Dixons" photographic and electronic goods stores.

Manufacturer : Prinztronic
Type : Game Console

Grandstand 6000 Colour

Grandstand 6000 Colour
1978
One of the early colour TV games but still the same set of PONG like variants!This console used joysticks rather than the rotary paddles which meant the bats could move in two dimensions!!...

Manufacturer : Grandstand
Type : Game Console

Supervision QuickShot

Supervision QuickShot
1992
The Watara Supervision (also known as the QuickShot Supervision in the UK) is a monochrome handheld game console, originating from Asia, and introduced in 1992 as a cut-price competitor for Nintendo's Game Boy.

Manufacturer : Watara
Type : Game Console

Philips CD-i 450

Philips CD-i 450
1992
The Philips CD-i (Compact Disc Interactive) is an interactive multimedia CD player developed and marketed by Royal Philips Electronics N.

Manufacturer : Philips
Type : Game Console

Nintendo Super Famicom

Nintendo Super Famicom
21st November 1990
The Super Famicom is the Japanese release of what was known in the UK as the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES).

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Acetronic Electronic TV Game

Acetronic Electronic TV Game
1979
Manufactured by Radofin in 1979 It has 10 sports action games:Space TargetTable TennisHockeySquashSquash PracticeTarget practiceGridballSoccarBasketballBasketball practice...

Manufacturer : Acetronic
Type : Game Console

Commodore 3000H Games Console

Commodore 3000H Games Console
1977
Following Commodore’s acquistion of MOS technologies (famous for producing the later 6502 chip for the PET), the Pong-like TV Game consoles 2000K and 3000H made their appearance.

Manufacturer : Commodore
Type : Game Console

Intellivision

Intellivision
1979
The Intellivision is a video game console released by Mattel in 1979.

Manufacturer : Mattel
Type : Game Console

Commodore 2000K Games Console

Commodore 2000K Games Console
1977
Following Commodore’s acquistion of MOS technologies (famous for producing the later 6502 chip for the PET), the Pong-like TV Game consoles 2000K and 3000H made their appearance.

Manufacturer : Commodore
Type : Game Console

NEC PC-FX

NEC PC-FX
23rd December 1994
The PC-FX was a video game console released by NEC in Japan.

Manufacturer : NEC
Type : Game Console

Playstation Portable (PSP)

Playstation Portable (PSP)
1st September 2005
The PlayStation Portable (officially abbreviated as PSP) is a handheld game console developed by Sony.

Manufacturer : Sony
Type : Game Console

Rowtron Television Computer System

Rowtron Television Computer System
Unknown
Part of the Interton VC-4000 family of video consoles.

Manufacturer : Rowtron
Type : Game Console

Prinztronic Videosport 800-Colour

Prinztronic Videosport 800-Colour
Unknown
Electronic colour video game. Features: Selectable bat size, ball speed and angle of rebound. Remote controls included. Automatic on screen scoring. Realistic sound effects. Battery or mains operated....

Manufacturer : Prinztronic
Type : Game Console

Famulator

Famulator
Unknown
One of the clones that more closely resembles the Famicom in both colour and it's top loading nature, the Famulator is unusual in respect that it does not have any inbuilt games, so the player needs a ready stream of Famicom games.

Manufacturer :
Type : Game Console

Nintendo 64 Gold Limited Edition

Nintendo 64 Gold Limited Edition
1st March 1997
The Nintendo 64 often abbreviated as N64, is Nintendo's third home video game console for the international market.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Sega Mega Drive (Japanese)

Sega Mega Drive (Japanese)
20th November 1990
The Mega Drive was released in Japan on October 29, 1988, Sega announced a North American release date for the system (under the name of Sega Genesis) on January 9, 1989.

Manufacturer : Sega
Type : Game Console

Grandstand 5000 Deluxe

Grandstand 5000 Deluxe
1977
"Colour video sports centre with remote control handsets - 10 exciting fun games with electronic console control" A standard pong-style games console.

Manufacturer :
Type : Game Console

Acetronic MPU-2000

Acetronic MPU-2000
1979
Manufactured by Radofin. Takes game cartridges; the two paddles are non-detatchable....

Manufacturer : Acetronic
Type : Game Console

Interton Electronic Video 3000

Interton Electronic Video 3000
1978
The Video 3000 was the first Interton console to feature a lightgun port.

Manufacturer : Interton Electronic
Type : Game Console

Prinztronic Tournament 6000

Prinztronic Tournament 6000
Unknown
Prinztronic was the own-brand trade name of the British "Dixons" photographic and electronic goods stores.

Manufacturer : Prinztronic
Type : Game Console

Acetronic Telesports IV

Acetronic Telesports IV
Unknown
This programmable colour TV game easily connects up to most televisions - colour or black and white.

Manufacturer : Acetronic, Radofin
Type : Game Console

Neo Geo Pocket Color

Neo Geo Pocket Color
Unknown
The Pocket Color was the last games console to be release by SNK.

Manufacturer : SNK
Type : Game Console

Videomaster Home TV Game

Videomaster Home TV Game
1975
This pong console was sold in kit form in England, Germany, and France.

Manufacturer : Videomaster
Type : Game Console

Sega 32x

Sega 32x
Unknown
The Sega 32x is an add-on for the Sega Mega Drive.

Manufacturer : Sega
Type : Game Console

Vectrex Model 3000 (Milton Bradley, Boxed)

Vectrex Model 3000 (Milton Bradley, Boxed)
1984
In original box with manual....

Manufacturer : Vectrex
Type : Game Console

Game Boy Color

Game Boy Color
November 1998
Released in 1998, this handheld console was fully backward compatible with older monochrome cartridge.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Binatone TV Master Mk IV 01/4974

Binatone TV Master Mk IV 01/4974
1976
Binatone TV Master Mk IV was a very popular 'tennis' game console from the late seventies.

Manufacturer : Binatone
Type : Game Console

Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP

Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP
February 2003
Released in February 2003, the Game Boy Advance SP is an upgraded version of Nintendo's Game Boy Advance.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Mephisto Chess Challenger

Mephisto Chess Challenger
Unknown
An electronic chess game console, complete in original box with manual and AC adaptor.

Manufacturer : Saitek
Type : Game Console

Sportel Paddle IV

Sportel Paddle IV
1977
A pong-style game console, similar to the Prinztronic series.

Manufacturer : Sportel
Type : Game Console

Grandstand Astro Wars

Grandstand Astro Wars
Unknown
This portable game console requires the player to dodge missiles fired by alien ships, destroy the attackers, and launch and recover their space capsule.

Manufacturer : Grandstand
Type : Game Console

Electron Blaster

Electron Blaster
Unknown
This handheld game console used a vacuum flourescent display to show attacking alien craft and the player's earth defence ship.

Manufacturer : Vantiy Fair
Type : Game Console

Blip - The play anywhere Tennis Game

Blip - The play anywhere Tennis Game
Unknown
Despite billing itself as "Blip - The Digital Game", there are no electronics in the game console at all.

Manufacturer : Tomy
Type : Game Console

Demon Driver

Demon Driver
Unknown
This electronic game console uses two film strips which advance at different speeds to simulate driving on a racetrack.

Manufacturer : Tomy
Type : Game Console

Ouya

Ouya
Unknown
The Ouya is a microconsole running its own version of the Android operating system, developed by Ouya Inc.

Manufacturer : Ouya
Type : Game Console

TV Boy II

TV Boy II
Unknown
The TV Boy II is an unlicensed clone of the Atari 2600 hardware.

Manufacturer :
Type : Game Console

PCMX11 12-in-1 Colour Games Console

PCMX11 12-in-1 Colour Games Console
Unknown
Twelve arcade games in one Fun for all ages 2.

Manufacturer : Premier Portfolio International Ltd
Type : Game Console

Prinztronic Tournament II Deluxe

Prinztronic Tournament II Deluxe
Unknown
A basic Pong clone, based around the ubiquitous General Instruments AY-3-8500 chip.

Manufacturer : Prinztronic
Type : Game Console

Space Laser Fight

Space Laser Fight
Unknown
The world's smallest graphic color display with revolutionary computer-game functions and sounds!

Manufacturer : Bambino
Type : Game Console

Prinztronic Videosport 600

Prinztronic Videosport 600
1978
Electronic TV game. Made in Hong Kong. Mono TV game picture. Amateur or professional ball speed, bat size, and angle of rebound. On screen scoring. Game sound effects. Manual or automatic serve. Twin...

Manufacturer : Prinztronic
Type : Game Console

Magnavox Beta Pong Console

Magnavox Beta Pong Console
1974
An pong console, believed to be an early Magnavox model.

Manufacturer : Magnavox
Type : Game Console

OTRON Video Game Gamatic 7600

OTRON Video Game Gamatic 7600
1977
A classic Pong system powered by the Texas Instruments TMS-1965 chipset.

Manufacturer : OTRON
Type : Game Console

Conic TG-621 Video Games Console

Conic TG-621 Video Games Console
1977
The Conic TG-621 is a "pong" style console that uses the popular GI AY-3-8500 chip and therefore provides the standard four games: Tennis, Hockey, Handball, and Practice.

Manufacturer : Conic
Type : Game Console

Nintendo GameCube - Australian

Nintendo GameCube - Australian
14th September 2001
The Australian Game Cube is identical to the European PAL model, with the exception of it's power supply.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Radofin Programmable Video System tele-sports IV

Radofin Programmable Video System tele-sports IV
1978
As with many early Pong clones, the Tele-Sports IV was designed around the General Instruments AY-3-8500 chipset.

Manufacturer : Radofin
Type : Game Console

Nokia N-Gage

Nokia N-Gage
Unknown
The N-Gage QD was a handheld game console and smartphone released by Nokia in 2004.

Manufacturer : Nokia
Type : Game Console

Nintendo Wii

Nintendo Wii
8th December 2006
Boxed with controller....

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

FM Towns Marty

FM Towns Marty
1991
The FM Towns Marty is a fifth-generation home video game console released in 1991 by Fujitsu, exclusively for the Japanese market.

Manufacturer : Fujitsu
Type : Game Console

Atari 2600 (Junior)

Atari 2600 (Junior)
October 1984
The Atari 2600 is a video game console released in October 1977.

Manufacturer : Atari
Type : Game Console

XBox One

XBox One
22nd November 2013
Kindly donated by Microsoft Research.

Manufacturer : Microsoft
Type : Game Console

Sega Nomad

Sega Nomad
October 1995
The Nomad was the third version of the Sega Genesis to be released.

Manufacturer : Sega
Type : Game Console

Sega Dreamcast (Japanese Version)

Sega Dreamcast (Japanese Version)
9th September 1999
The Sega Dreamcast is a video game console which was released by Sega in November 1998 in Japan and in late 1999 in other territories.

Manufacturer : Sega
Type : Game Console

Cue Ball

Cue Ball
Unknown
This electronic LED game offers three different varieties of pool: straight pool, poison pool, and trick shots.

Manufacturer : Palectronics
Type : Game Console

Radofin Colour TV Game

Radofin Colour TV Game
Unknown
Hooks up easily to most televisions.

Manufacturer : Radofin
Type : Game Console

Star Force Electronic Space Battle

Star Force Electronic Space Battle
Unknown
Multi-coloured flourescent display.

Manufacturer : Grandstand
Type : Game Console

Nintendo  Game & Watch - Donkey Kong II

Nintendo Game & Watch - Donkey Kong II
1983
Donkey Kong II is the sequel to Donkey Kong.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Nintendo GameCube - US Limited  Edition Platinum

Nintendo GameCube - US Limited Edition Platinum
2001
Originally released in Japan in 2001, the GameCube was Nintendo's successor to the N64, designed to compete with Sony's Playstation 2 and Microsoft's XBOX.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Nintendo GameCube - US

Nintendo GameCube - US
2001
Originally released in Japan in 2001, the GameCube was Nintendo's successor to the N64, designed to compete with Sony's Playstation 2 and Microsoft's XBOX.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Nintendo GameCube - European

Nintendo GameCube - European
2001
With diminishing returns from every console released since the NES, Nintendo aimed to try and get lost customers back with a simpler, but powerful machine, the Gamecube was released in May 2002, a cou...

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Bambino UFO Master Blaster

Bambino UFO Master Blaster
1979
One of the first VFD games to be produced, and also one of Bambino's first games consoles to be released.

Manufacturer : Bambino
Type : Game Console

NEC PC Engine

NEC PC Engine
30th October 1987
The PC Engine is the first games console from NEC, and was a collaboration with the software company Hudsonsoft.

Manufacturer : NEC
Type : Game Console

Atari Lynx (Boxed)

Atari Lynx (Boxed)
1989
The Atari Lynx was a handheld game console released by Atari in 1989.

Manufacturer : Atari
Type : Game Console

Zeon T-800C Colour TV Game

Zeon T-800C Colour TV Game
Unknown
This pong console was licensed from Magnavox and offers the standard four games: tennis, hockey, handball, and practice.

Manufacturer : Magnavox
Type : Game Console

Videomaster Chess Champion

Videomaster Chess Champion
Unknown
Play chess against a computer. Programmed for six different levels of ability. Chess champion provides a partner for any chess player, at any time. It will play complete games or accept any chess prob...

Manufacturer : Videomaster
Type : Game Console

Sharp Twin Famicom

Sharp Twin Famicom
1st July 1986
Officially licenced console, that sees Sharp manufacture an all in one Famicom and Famicom Disk System.

Manufacturer : Sharp Corporation
Type : Game Console

Xbox 360 Slim - Prototype

Xbox 360 Slim - Prototype
2010
This is a prototype casing and selective internals for the Xbox 360 slim.

Manufacturer : Microsoft
Type : Game Console

Commodore CDTV

Commodore CDTV
March 1991
Launched in March 1991, the Commodore CDTV was a multimedia platform developed by Commodore International.

Manufacturer : Commodore
Type : Game Console

Xbox 360

Xbox 360
12th May 2005
Released on May 12th, 2005 the Xbox 360 was Microsoft's seventh-generation home video game console designed to compete against Sony's PlayStation 3 and Nintendo's Wii.

Manufacturer : Microsoft
Type : Game Console

MP5 GamePlayer

MP5 GamePlayer
Unknown
This "VideoPlayer"-brand handheld gaming console plays NES and MegaDrive/Genesis ROMs, as well as playing video files and music.

Manufacturer : Unknown
Type : Game Console

Sega Pico

Sega Pico
June 1993
The Sega Pico, known in Japan as the Kids Computer Pico, is a video game console made by Sega and designed for children between the ages of 2 and 8.

Manufacturer : Sega
Type : Game Console

Pioneer LaserActive CLD-A100

Pioneer LaserActive CLD-A100
1993
The LaserActive (model number CLD-A100) is a specialist LaserDisc player designed and manufactured by Pioneer.

Manufacturer : Pioneer
Type : Game Console

Sharp Twin Famicom (Red)

Sharp Twin Famicom (Red)
1st July 1986
Officially licenced console, that sees Sharp manufacture an all in one Famicom and Famicom Disk System.

Manufacturer : Sharp Corporation
Type : Game Console

Sega Multi-Mega

Sega Multi-Mega
April 1984
Released by Sega in the early 1990's, the Sega Multi-Mega is a Sega Mega Drive, Sega Mega-CD, and personal CD player combined.

Manufacturer : Sega Enterprises, Inc
Type : Game Console

Adman Grandstand 3600 Mk II TV Game

Adman Grandstand 3600 Mk II TV Game
Unknown
A four-game Pong console from Adman Grandstand.

Manufacturer : Adman
Type : Game Console

Radica Mega Drive v2

Radica Mega Drive v2
2004
The second version of the Radica Mega Drive was released by Radica Games Ltd (now owned by Mattel) in 2004.

Manufacturer : Radica Games Ltd
Type : Game Console

Pandora Game Console

Pandora Game Console
May 2008
The Pandora is a handheld game console and mobile personal computer designed to take advantage of existing Free and open-source software and to be a target for homebrew development.

Manufacturer :
Type : Game Console

Game Wave Family Entertainment System

Game Wave Family Entertainment System
October 2005
The Game Wave Family Entertainment System is a hybrid DVD player and video game console.

Manufacturer : ZAPiT Games
Type : Game Console

BBC Bridge Companion

BBC Bridge Companion
1985
The BBC Bridge Companion is an 8-bit video game console for teaching bridge.

Manufacturer : BBC
Type : Game Console

Sony PSX

Sony PSX
13th December 2003
The PSX was a Sony digital video recorder with a fully integrated PlayStation 2 video game console.

Manufacturer : Sony Corporation
Type : Game Console

Prinztronic Tournament 6 Colour TV Game

Prinztronic Tournament 6 Colour TV Game
Unknown
This Prinztronic-brand pong console offers the standard six games in colour.

Manufacturer : Prinztronic
Type : Game Console

NVIDIA Shield P2571

NVIDIA Shield P2571
May 2015
The NVIDIA Shield Android TV (originally known as Shield Console) is an Android TV based set-top box aimed at both home entertainment and gaming in the living-room.

Manufacturer : NVIDIA
Type : Game Console

Nintendo DS Lite

Nintendo DS Lite
2nd March 2006
The Nintendo DS Lite is a dual-screen handheld game console developed and manufactured by Nintendo.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Radica Mega Drive v1

Radica Mega Drive v1
2003
The Radica Mega Drive was released by Radica Games Ltd (now owned by Mattel) in 2003.

Manufacturer : Radica Games Ltd
Type : Game Console

Radica Mega Drive Sensible Soccer Plus

Radica Mega Drive Sensible Soccer Plus
2004
This version of the Radica Mega Drive was released by Radica Games Ltd (now owned by Mattel) in 2004.

Manufacturer : Radica Games Ltd
Type : Game Console

Prinztronic Tournament IV

Prinztronic Tournament IV
Unknown
This Prinztronic game console offers the usual Pong-type games: squash, tennis, football, target practice.

Manufacturer : Prinztronic
Type : Game Console

RST Television Game

RST Television Game
Unknown
This games console allows you to play Pong-type games onm your television.

Manufacturer :
Type : Game Console

Super Nintendo Entertainment System (US)

Super Nintendo Entertainment System (US)
21st November 1990
This US variant of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) outputs NTSC and ran at 60Hz instead of the 50Hz of the European machines (17.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

OnLive Game System

OnLive Game System
November 2010
OnLive was a Mountain View, California-based provider of cloud visualization technologies.

Manufacturer : OnLive
Type : Game Console

Blaze Gear LCD 20 in 1

Blaze Gear LCD 20 in 1
Unknown
30 Classic Sega Licensed Titles Built In Fully Portable Hand Held Gaming Console Built in Colour LCD Screen with Built in Speakers TV Format: PAL complete in box.

Manufacturer : Blaze
Type : Game Console

Grandstand Gauntlet

Grandstand Gauntlet
1988
LCD game of heros battling it out with monsters.

Manufacturer : Grandstand
Type : Game Console

Grandstand Double Dragon

Grandstand Double Dragon
1988
This LCD game features the Double Dragon fighting game.

Manufacturer : Grandstand
Type : Game Console

Sony PSone

Sony PSone
Unknown
The Sony PSone was released on July 7, 2000 by Sony.

Manufacturer : Sony Corporation
Type : Game Console

Game Boy Advance

Game Boy Advance
2000
Released in 2001, the Game Boy Advance was Nintendo's first handheld game console in a landscape form-factor.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Sony Playstation 3 Slim

Sony Playstation 3 Slim
2006
Released by Sony in 2006, the Playstation 3 Slim is a cut-down version of the original Playstation 3.

Manufacturer : Sony Corporation
Type : Game Console

Grandstand Firefox F-7

Grandstand Firefox F-7
1983
This Grandstand games console was introduced in 1983.

Manufacturer : Grandstand
Type : Game Console

Binatone Superstar Model 01/4354

Binatone Superstar Model 01/4354
Unknown
This Binatone TV game console is is a mor eadvanced version of the early 'pong' games.

Manufacturer : Binatone
Type : Game Console

NASA - Entertainment Computer System

NASA - Entertainment Computer System
Unknown
Made in Taiwan...

Manufacturer : NASA
Type : Game Console

Sega Saturn (Japanese)

Sega Saturn (Japanese)
8th July 1990
Japanese version of the Sega Saturn.

Manufacturer : Sega
Type : Game Console

Novex Computerized Electronic Video Game

Novex Computerized Electronic Video Game
Unknown
This game console by Novex is similar to other advanced Pong consoles.

Manufacturer : Novex
Type : Game Console

Nintendo Game Boy Pocket

Nintendo Game Boy Pocket
1996
The Game Boy Pocket is a redesigned version of the original Nintendo Game Boy.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Zone Wireless Gaming

Zone Wireless Gaming
2009
This anonymous gaming system is styled after the Nintendo Wii, but is considerably lower-specced - the games are all built-in and clearly 16-bit.

Manufacturer :
Type : Game Console

Prinztronic Micro 10

Prinztronic Micro 10
Unknown
This Prinztronic-brand games console features the standard paddle-and-ball games found in most Pong clones, as well as two game modes designed for use with a lightgun (sold separately).

Manufacturer : Prinztronic
Type : Game Console

Color TV Game 15

Color TV Game 15
8th June 1977
Nintendo released the Color TV Game 15 on June 8th 1977, just a week after the TV Game 6.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Nintendo Game Boy Pocket

Nintendo Game Boy Pocket
1996
The Game Boy Pocket is a redesigned version of the original Nintendo Game Boy.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

WonderSwan Color

WonderSwan Color
2000
Released in 2000 by Bandai, the WonderSwan Color was backward-compatible with the original WonderSwan but incorporated a color screen.

Manufacturer : Bandai
Type : Game Console

Radofin Tele-Sports Mini

Radofin Tele-Sports Mini
Unknown
This minature Pong console uses sliders instead of knobs to controlk the player's paddles.

Manufacturer : Radofin
Type : Game Console

Nintendo Wii U

Nintendo Wii U
30th November 2012
For their successor to the enormous selling Wii, Nintendo seemed to want to tap into the new craze for tablets, so the Wii U console has an enormous game pad, with a touch screen, with standard contro...

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Game Child

Game Child
Unknown
This LCD game is styled to look like a Nintendo GameBoy.

Manufacturer :
Type : Game Console

Mega Drive 3

Mega Drive 3
2000
The Mega Drive 3 is a "console on a chip" manufactured by Lite Star/UMC in 2000.

Manufacturer : UMC
Type : Game Console

AtGames Reactor

AtGames Reactor
2010
The Reactor is a plug-in-and-play video game console first released in 2010.

Manufacturer : AtGames
Type : Game Console

Atari Flashback 3

Atari Flashback 3
2011
In 2011, Atari licensed out Legacy Engineering's Flashback concept and name to AtGames for the "Flashback 3".

Manufacturer : Atari
Type : Game Console

ARGO Ultra 8-bit Video Game

ARGO Ultra 8-bit Video Game
Unknown
Despite being styled like a Nintendo 64, this console is a clone of the NES.

Manufacturer :
Type : Game Console

Color TV-Game Block Breaker

Color TV-Game Block Breaker
23rd April 1979
The "Color TV-Game Block Breaker" was released on April 23rd, 1979; the 1-player console runs a ported version of "Block Breaker", one of Nintendo's arcade games based on Atari's Breakout.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

N-Joypad

N-Joypad
Unknown
The N-Joypad is a Nintendo Entertainment System clone manufactured by the Hong Kong-based company ABL, which is different from other clones because it does not use cartridges, instead relying on "comp...

Manufacturer : ABL
Type : Game Console

Nintendo Super Famicom Jr

Nintendo Super Famicom Jr
20th October 1997
The model SNS-101 known as the SNES Mini in America, and the Super Famicom Jr in Japan, was a compact redesign of the original machine, designed by Lance Burr, who was responsible for the American and European NES, and American Super Nintendo.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Pocket Pikachu

Pocket Pikachu
1998
Pokémon Pikachu, known as Pocket Pikachu in Japan, was a series of portable Pokémon digital pets (similar to Tamagotchi) featuring the yellow electric Pokémon, Pikachu.

Manufacturer : Nintendo
Type : Game Console

Sony PS4 Pro

Sony PS4 Pro
10th November 2016
Sony launched the PS4 Pro in late 2016.

Manufacturer : Sony
Type : Game Console

Xbox 360 Core

Xbox 360 Core
12th May 2005
The Xbox 360 Core was a cut-down version of Microsoft's Xbox 360 game console.

Manufacturer : Microsoft
Type : Game Console

Sony Playstation 3

Sony Playstation 3
2006
Second revision Playstation 3 with two USB sockets (reduced from four) and a 40GB hard disk drive.

Manufacturer : Sony Corporation
Type : Game Console

Sega Mega Drive (Japanese, Modded)

Sega Mega Drive (Japanese, Modded)
20th November 1990
This Japanese Sega Megadrive has been modified to add a hard-wired RF modulator (the original Japanese Megadrive only supported RGB output), and a switch added at the rear to allow the use of 50Hz mode.

Manufacturer : Sega
Type : Game Console

Mattel Hyper Scan

Mattel Hyper Scan
23rd October 2006
Mattel released the Hyper Scan video game console in October 2006.

Manufacturer : Mattel
Type : Game Console

Xbox 360 Elite

Xbox 360 Elite
27th August 2007
Released on May 12th, 2005 the Xbox 360 was Microsoft's seventh-generation home video game console designed to compete against Sony's PlayStation 3 and Nintendo's Wii.

Manufacturer : Microsoft
Type : Game Console

Retroad HM-5 Classic NES

Retroad HM-5 Classic NES
Unknown
This modern NES-on-a-chip allows you to run NES game cartridges.

Manufacturer : Retroad
Type : Game Console

Tiger Game.Com

Tiger Game.Com
Unknown
The Game.com is a handheld game console released by Tiger Electronics in August 1997. It features a resistive touchscreen and stylus. The first version of the Game.com includes two slots for game car...

Manufacturer : Tiger Electronics
Type : Game Console

Casio Loopy

Casio Loopy
October 1995
The Casio Loopy, subtitled My Seal Computer SV-100, was a 32-bit home video game console.

Manufacturer : Casio
Type : Game Console

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