Video Game Timeline Display

Our ever popular video game timeline display takes you through a journey from the early seventies to modern day gaming. With over 60% of the population considering themselves as gamers this fully interactive exhibition cannot fail to tempt visitors into a me

Magnavox Odyssey

Magnavox Odyssey (1972)

The Magnavox Odyssey was the World's first home video game console. It was first demonstrated on May 24, 1972 and released in August of that year, pre-dating the Atari Pong home consoles by three years.

** This exhibit will be for display only and will not be playable.

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Binatone Tennis Console (1977)

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

Games supplied include : Tennis, Squash, Football ...

Atari 2600 VCS

Atari VCS 2600 (1977)

The Atari game console kick started the console revolution. No longer were we confined to the same variation of tennis but now the cartridge ruled.

Games supplied include : Asteroids, Breakout, Adventure ...

Nintendo Super Set NES Version

Nintendo NES (1986)

The classic Nintendo NES console.

Games supplied include : Super Mario Brothers ...

Sega Megadrive (1990)

One of the most beloved consoles in the UK! The Sega Megadrive brought us games like Sonic the Hedgehog, Streets of rage and many more.

Games supplied include : Sonic the Hedgehog

Super Nintendo Entertainment System

Super Nintendo - SNES (1992)

The Atari game console kick started the console revolution. No longer were we confined to the same variation of tennis but now the cartridge ruled.

Games supplied include : Super Mario ...

 

Sony Playstation

Sony Playstation (1995)

The Atari game console kick started the console revolution. No longer were we confined to the same variation of tennis but now the cartridge ruled.

Games supplied include : WipeOut, 

 

Xbox LAN Gaming Set-Up

Special Features

To make your event that bit more special we can supply some unique gaming features that will bring visitors together and increase the fun!

Xbox LAN

The original Xbox has a LAN gaming feature that allows multiple systems to be connected together for competitive gaming. We can supply 4 Xboxes with 4 32" LCD screens and the networking equipment required to create a 4 player OutRun 2 competition. (Pictured Above)

PacMan Vs.

A great 4 player set-up using two Nintendo GameCubes and a big screen or projector. 3 people play the ghosts, and one person plays PacMan. The PacMan player can see the whole map, whereas the ghost players can only see a small part of the map at any one time. Great co-operative fun!

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