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In the late 1970s and early 1980s, the video game market experienced an explosion of products hoping to capitalize on the success of the Odyssey and Atari. From the nigh-infinite Pong clones, to the suspiciously similar consoles, consumers had far more options than they do today. This is a list of those first and second generation machines. Not all of them can be emulated. See also [[Strange Console emulators]], a similar page for 90s and 2000s.
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==Pong Consoles==
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In the late 1970s and early 1980s, the video game market experienced an explosion of products hoping to capitalize on the success of the Odyssey and Atari. From the nigh-infinite Pong clones to the suspiciously similar consoles, consumers had far more options than they do today. This is a list of those first and second generation machines. Not all of them can be emulated or preserved, though some that can't be emulated have simulations instead. See also [[Strange and Forgotten Console emulators]], a similar page for the 90s and 2000s.
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==First Generation (Pong Consoles)==
 
It's Pong. You can play it [http://www.ponggame.org/ anywhere]. Emulating first generation systems like these can be tricky, as the games were heavily tied to their hardware, and most were just variations of Pong.  
 
It's Pong. You can play it [http://www.ponggame.org/ anywhere]. Emulating first generation systems like these can be tricky, as the games were heavily tied to their hardware, and most were just variations of Pong.  
 
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* [http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?c=1009&st=1 APF TV Fun]
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* Binatone TV Master Series
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* Binatone Color TV Game Series
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* [http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?st=1&c=944 BSS 01]
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* [[gametech:Coleco_Telstar|Coleco Telstar]]
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* Coleco Telstar Arcade<ref group=N name="cta">Only 4 cartridges were released for this triangular abomination, but because of the console's design they can't be dumped and "emulated." They're more like activation discs for data already in the console. No known emulators.</ref>
 
* Colorsport VIII
 
* Colorsport VIII
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* [http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?c=676&st=3 Commodore TV Game 2000K/3000H]<ref group=N name="commodoretv">Aesthetically different but same console hardware. Their chip is also the base for other consoles such as the Coleco Telstar Arcade. Allows to play Pong-like & other games such as ''Target shooting'' (optionally playable with the optical gun), ''Tennis, Football'' & ''Squash''.</ref>
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* [[Magnavox Odyssey emulators|Magnavox Odyssey/Series]]<ref group=N name="mo#">Besides the normal Odyssey and Odyssey² consoles released in 1972 and 1978 respectively, Magnavox also produced the [[wikipedia:Magnavox Odyssey series|X00 and X000 series (1975-1977) of home Pong consoles]]. Released models were: 100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 2000, 3000 and 4000. Then owner Philips also released three Odyssey variants in Europe between 1976-1978. They played "Ball and Paddle" games such as ''Hockey'', ''Tennis'', ''Smash'', ''Squash'' and others. No known emulator exists for any of these machines.</ref>
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* PC-50X
 
* Radio Shack TV Scoreboard  
 
* Radio Shack TV Scoreboard  
* [http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?c=1105&st=3 Wonder Wizard]
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* Ricochet
 
* Sears Tele-Games
 
* Sears Tele-Games
* Ricochet
 
 
* TV4 Four Way Video Game
 
* TV4 Four Way Video Game
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* Volley VI
 
* Volley VI
* [[gametech:Magnavox_Odyssey|Magnavox Odyssey /Series]]
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* [http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?c=1105&st=3 Wonder Wizard]
* Binatone TV Master Series
 
* Binatone Color TV Game Series
 
* [http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?c=1009&st=1 APF TV Fun]
 
* [[gametech:Coleco_Telstar|Coleco Telstar]]
 
* [http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?st=1&c=944 BSS 01]
 
 
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* [[gametech:Color_TV_Game|Nintendo Color TV Game]] (5 different versions)
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* [[gametech:Color TV Game|Nintendo Color TV-Game]] (5 different versions)
 
:* Color TV-Game 6
 
:* Color TV-Game 6
 
:* Color TV-Game 15  [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjnfLwUdEjI JPN Commercial]
 
:* Color TV-Game 15  [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjnfLwUdEjI JPN Commercial]
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:* Computer TV Game  
 
:* Computer TV Game  
 
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===Coleco Telstar Arcade===
 
Only 4 cartridges were released for this triangular abomination, but the console's design means that they can't be dumped and "emulated." They're more like activation discs for data already in the console. No known emulators.
 
  
==Cartridge Consoles==
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* [[ColecoVision emulators|ColecoVision]]
 
* [[Vectrex emulators|Vectrex]]
 
* [[Intellivision emulators|Intellivision]]
 
  
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==Second Generation (Cartridge Consoles)==
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Best-selling game consoles:  Atari 2600, Intellivision, Magnavox Odyssey², ColecoVision.
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{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center;"
 
! scope="col"|Name
 
! scope="col"|Name
! scope="col"|[[MESS]] support
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! scope="col"|[[MAME]] support
! scope="col"|[[Need Games?|No-intro collection]]
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! scope="col"|No-intro collection  
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! Internet Archive
 
! scope="col"|Description
 
! scope="col"|Description
 
|-
 
|-
|style="text-align:center;"|APF Imagination Machine/MP1000
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|[[APF MP1000 emulators|APF Imagination Machine/MP1000]]
|style="text-align:center;"|Good
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|[http://www.progettoemma.net/mess/system.php?machine=apfm1000 Good]
|style="text-align:center;"|✗
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|✗
|style="text-align:center;"|A PC with a game console mounted on top of it 32X-style (take that, master race!) Only 15 games were released, one being built-in. ROMs are [http://www.theoldcomputer.com/roms/index.php?folder=APF/Imagination-Machine here].
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|[https://archive.org/details/apfm1000_library ✓]
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|A PC with a game console mounted on top of it 32X-style (take that, master race!) Only 25 games were released (15 cartridges), one being built-in, and a lot of homebrews. ROMs are [http://www.theoldcomputer.com/roms/index.php?folder=APF/Imagination-Machine here].
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|-
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|[[Atari 2600 emulators|Atari 2600]]
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|[http://www.progettoemma.net/mess/system.php?machine=a2600 Good]
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|✓
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|[https://archive.org/details/atari_2600_library ✓]
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|[http://www.atarimania.com/rom_collection_archive_atari_2600_roms.html ROM Hunter v15 Collection]
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|-
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|[[Atari 5200 emulators|Atari 5200]]
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|[http://www.progettoemma.net/mess/system.php?machine=a5200 Good]
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|✓
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|[https://archive.org/details/atari_5200_library ✓]
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|[https://archive.org/details/Atari5200_201602 No-intro]
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|-
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|[[gametech:Bally Astrocade|Bally Astrocade]]<ref group=N name=mame>Emulated by [[MAME]] only.</ref>
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|[http://www.progettoemma.net/mess/results.php?list=astrocde Decent]
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|✗
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|[https://archive.org/details/bally_astrocade_library ✓]
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|[https://ia801700.us.archive.org/zipview.php?zip=/17/items/Bally_Professional_Arcade_and_Astrocade_TOSEC_2012_04_23/Bally_Professional_Arcade_and_Astrocade_TOSEC_2012_04_23.zip TOSEC]
 
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|style="text-align:center;"|[[gametech:Arcadia_2001|Arcadia 2001]]
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|[[wikipedia:Bandai Super Vision 8000|Bandai Super Vision 8000]]<ref group=N name=mame />
|style="text-align:center;"|Decent
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|[http://www.progettoemma.net/mess/system.php?machine=sv8000 Good]
|style="text-align:center;"|
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|
|style="text-align:center;"|
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|[https://archive.org/details/sv8000_library ]
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|Only 7 games.
 
|-
 
|-
|style="text-align:center;"|[[gametech:Bally Astrocade|Bally Astrocade]]
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|[[ColecoVision emulators|ColecoVision]]
|style="text-align:center;"|Good
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|Good
|style="text-align:center;"|✗
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|
|style="text-align:center;"|ROMs are [https://ia801700.us.archive.org/zipview.php?zip=/17/items/Bally_Professional_Arcade_and_Astrocade_TOSEC_2012_04_23/Bally_Professional_Arcade_and_Astrocade_TOSEC_2012_04_23.zip here]
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|[https://archive.org/details/coleco_colecovision_library ✓]
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|[https://archive.org/details/ColecoColecoVision_201602 No-intro]
 
|-
 
|-
|style="text-align:center;"|Bandai Super Vision 8000
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|[[wikipedia:Commodore MAX Machine|Commodore MAX Machine]]
|style="text-align:center;"|Good
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|[http://www.progettoemma.net/mess/system.php?machine=vic10 Good]
|style="text-align:center;"|✗
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|
|style="text-align:center;"|Only 7 games. ROMs can be played on archive.org
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|✗
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|Also known as Ultimax (USA) and VC-10 (DEU), though it was only briefly sold in Japan. It's a cut-down console version of the C64 hardware family (Later used in C64) with limited computing capability & a membrane keyboard. TOSEC: ([https://archive.org/details/Commodore_Max_Machine_and_Vic_10_TOSEC_2012_04_23 2012]), ([https://archive.org/details/tosec-20161111-commodore-max-machine-vic-10 2016]).
 
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|style="text-align:center;"|[[gametech:Entex_Adventure_Vision|Entex Adventure Vision]]
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|[[Emerson Arcadia 2001 emulators|Emerson Arcadia 2001]]<ref group=N name=arcadia2001>Clones and variants: Advision Home Arcade, Arcadia, Cosmos, Dynavision, Ekusera, Hanimex MPT-03, HMG-2650, Home Arcade Centre, Intelligent Game MPT-03, Intercord XL 2000 System, Intervision 2001, ITMC MPT-03, Leisure-Vision, Leonardo, Ormatu 2001, Palladium Video-Computer-Game, Polybrain Video Computer Game, Poppy MPT-03 Tele Computer Spiel, Prestige Video Computer Game MPT-03, Robdajet MPT-03, Rowtron 2000, Schmid TVG-2000, Sheen Home Video Centre 2001, Soundic MPT-03, Tele Brain, Tele-Fever, Tempest MPT-03,Tobby MPT-03, Trakton Computer Video Game, Tryom Video Game Center, Tunix Home Arcade, UVI Compu-Game, Video Master.</ref>
|style="text-align:center;"|Decent
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|Decent
|style="text-align:center;"|
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|style="text-align:center;"|Like the Vectrex, this console had it's own screen and operated like a miniature arcade cabinet. Only four games were released for it.
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|[https://archive.org/details/emerson_arcadia_library ]
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|[https://archive.org/details/Emerson_Arcadia_2001_TOSEC_2012_04_23 TOSEC]
 
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|style="text-align:center;"|Epoch Cassette Vision
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|[[gametech:Entex_Adventure_Vision|Entex Adventure Vision]]
|style="text-align:center;"|None
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|[http://www.progettoemma.net/mess/system.php?machine=advision Decent]
|style="text-align:center;"|✗
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|style="text-align:center;"|Only 11 games exist for this console, and none have been dumped because of the cartridge design. Apparently the BIOS for the console is inside each cart. It's on MESS's [http://www.mess.org/dumping/have to-do] list.
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|[https://archive.org/details/adventurevision_library ✓]
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|Like the Vectrex, this console had its own screen and operated like a miniature arcade cabinet. Only four games were released for it. [https://archive.org/details/Entex_Adventure_Vision_TOSEC_2012_04_23 TOSEC]
 
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|style="text-align:center;"|Super Cassette Vision
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|[[wikipedia:Cassette Vision|Epoch Cassette Vision]]
|style="text-align:center;"|Decent
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|None
|style="text-align:center;"|✓
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|style="text-align:center;"|1984 successor to the original Cassette Vision. Much easier to emulate as the hardware is similar to some other obscure systems. The graphical quality is some where between the ColecoVision and NES. Was actually fairly successful in Japan until the Famicom came along and kicked it's ass. Then [http://static.giantbomb.com/uploads/original/11/117006/1757950-ladycassettevision.jpg this] happened.
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|
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|Only 11 games exist for this console, and some have been dumped. Seanriddle has succeded to dump the graphic sprites of Kikori no Yosaku. Apparently, the BIOS for the console is inside each cart. Latest MAME forum [http://forums.bannister.org//ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=102087&page=4 thread].
 
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|style="text-align:center;"|[[gametech:Fairchild_Channel_F|Fairchild Channel F]]
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|[[Fairchild Channel F emulators|Fairchild Channel F]]
|style="text-align:center;"|Good
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|Good
|style="text-align:center;"|
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|
|style="text-align:center;"|
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|[https://archive.org/details/channelf_library ]
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|[https://archive.org/details/FairchildChannelF No-intro]
 
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|style="text-align:center;"|[[gametech:Fairchild_Channel_F|Fairchild Channel F II]]
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|[[gametech:Fairchild_Channel_F|Fairchild Channel F II]]
|style="text-align:center;"|Good
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|Good
|style="text-align:center;"|NA
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|NA
|style="text-align:center;"|An update to the Channel F, with no exclusive games.
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|
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|An update to the Channel F, with no exclusive games.
 
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|style="text-align:center;"|[[gametech:Intellivision#Intellivision_II|Intellivision II]]
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|[[gametech:Interton_VC_4000|Interton VC 4000]]<ref group=N name="vc4000">Clones: Radofin 1292 Advanced Programmable Video System, Jeu Video TV, Super Play Computer 4000, etc.</ref>
|style="text-align:center;"|Good
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|[http://www.progettoemma.net/mess/system.php?machine=vc4000 Decent]
|style="text-align:center;"|NA
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|
|style="text-align:center;"|An update to the Intellivision, with no exclusive games.
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|
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|Has 40 games. ROMs are [http://www.theoldcomputer.com/roms/index.php?folder=Interton/VC-4000/Various here]
 
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|style="text-align:center;"|[[gametech:Magnavox_Odyssey_2|Magnavox Odyssey²]]
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|[[Magnavox Odyssey² emulators|Magnavox Odyssey²/Videopac]]
|style="text-align:center;"|Good
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|Good
|style="text-align:center;"|
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|
|style="text-align:center;"|
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|[https://archive.org/details/library_magnavox_odyssey2 ]
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|[https://archive.org/details/MagnavoxOdyssey2 No-intro]
 
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|style="text-align:center;"|[[gametech:RCA_Studio_II|RCA Studio II]]
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|[[Intellivision emulators|Mattel Intellivision]]
|style="text-align:center;"|Decent
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|Good
|style="text-align:center;"|
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|
|style="text-align:center;"|
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|[https://archive.org/details/intellivision ]
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|[https://archive.org/details/Mattel_Intellivision_TOSEC_2012_04_23 TOSEC]
 
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|style="text-align:center;"|[[gametech:Interton_VC_4000|VC 4000]]
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|[[gametech:Intellivision#Intellivision_II|Mattel Intellivision II]]
|style="text-align:center;"|Decent
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|Good
|style="text-align:center;"|✗
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|NA
|style="text-align:center;"|Has 40 games. ROMs are [http://www.theoldcomputer.com/roms/index.php?folder=Interton/VC-4000/Various here]
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|
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|An update to the Intellivision, with no exclusive games.
 
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|style="text-align:center;"|VTech CreatiVision
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|[[gametech:RCA_Studio_II|RCA Studio II]]
|style="text-align:center;"|Good
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|[http://www.progettoemma.net/mess/system.php?machine=studio2 Decent]
|style="text-align:center;"|✓
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|✓
|style="text-align:center;"|
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|
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|[https://archive.org/details/RCA_Studio_2_TOSEC_2012_04_23 TOSEC]. [https://github.com/ajavamind/rca-studio2 rca-studio2 programmer emulator]. [https://www.emma02.hobby-site.com/studio.html EMMA 0.2].
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|[[Vectrex emulators|Vectrex]]
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|Good
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|
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|[https://archive.org/details/vectrex ✓]
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|[https://archive.org/details/GCEVectrex No-intro]
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|[[wikipedia:VTech CreatiVision|VTech CreatiVision]]<ref group=N name="vtech">Clones and variants: Educat 2002 (Israel), Dick Smith Wizzard (Australia/New Zealand), FunVision Computer Video Games System (Oceania), Hanimex Rameses (Oceania), VZ 2000 (Oceania), etc.<br />Computers: Laser 2001, Salora Manager (Finland).</ref>
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|[http://www.progettoemma.net/mess/system.php?machine=crvision Good]
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|✓
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|[https://archive.org/details/vtech_creativision_library ✓]
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|This [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VTech_CreatiVision hybrid computer and console] were [https://computer.wikia.com/wiki/VTech_CreatiVision distributed to many different countries around the world and some variants were rebadged units with different names]. [http://www.madrigaldesign.it/creativemu/emulators.php Emulators list]. [https://archive.org/details/VTech_Laser_2001_and_CreatiVision_TOSEC_2012_04_23 TOSEC].
 
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<references group=N />
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'''Further info:'''
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* [http://www.progettoemma.net/mess/sysset.php www.progettoemma.net's Systems list] (ProjectMESS' list of computer & console systems & their overall emulation status in MAME/MESS)
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* [http://www.progettoemma.net/mess/lsset.php www.progettoemma.net's Software list] (ProjectMESS' list of computer & console systems & their emulation levels of all games in MAME/MESS)
  
 
==Handhelds==
 
==Handhelds==
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{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center;"
 
! scope="col"|Name
 
! scope="col"|Name
! scope="col"|[[MESS]] support
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! scope="col"|[[MAME]] support
 
! scope="col"|No intro collection
 
! scope="col"|No intro collection
 
! scope="col"|Description
 
! scope="col"|Description
 
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|style="text-align:center;"|[[Game & Watch]]
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||[[wikipedia:MicroVision|Milton Bradley MicroVision]]
|style="text-align:center;"|None
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|Preliminary
|style="text-align:center;"|✗
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|✗
|style="text-align:center;"|Many of the 60 Game and Watch games can be played in the various [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Game_%26_Watch_Collection_2 Game and Watch collections.] Just emulate those. If you do not mind playing online, many Game and Watch games, including some not found in the collections, can be played [http://www.pica-pic.com/ here]. Another option would be running simulators through the gw-libretro core in [[Libretro]].
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|12 games were made. A Windows emulator that is front-end friendly can be found [https://www.raphkoster.com/2017/05/07/microvision-emulator-release/ here], with all known games included.
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||[[wikipedia:OMNI Entertainment System|Milton Bradley OMNI]]
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|None
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|
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|Released in 1980, The OMNI was a weird hybrid of a portable console, Mono 8-track player and a Tabletop game, graphics were limited to four 2-character seven segment displays, 8-track tapes were used to store the games instead of cartridges and because of its massive limitations, most of the games for it were trivia games, it's unknown how many units were sold or when it was discontinued, only 13 games are known to be released for it.
 
|-
 
|-
|style="text-align:center;"|Milton Bradley MicroVision
 
|style="text-align:center;"|Preliminary
 
|style="text-align:center;"|✗
 
|style="text-align:center;"|12 games were made. They're dumped, but uploads are not available.
 
 
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[[Category:Consoles]]
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[[Category:Consoles|*]]
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[[Category:First-generation consoles|*]]
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[[Category:Second-generation consoles|*]]

Latest revision as of 00:54, 17 May 2019

In the late 1970s and early 1980s, the video game market experienced an explosion of products hoping to capitalize on the success of the Odyssey and Atari. From the nigh-infinite Pong clones to the suspiciously similar consoles, consumers had far more options than they do today. This is a list of those first and second generation machines. Not all of them can be emulated or preserved, though some that can't be emulated have simulations instead. See also Strange and Forgotten Console emulators, a similar page for the 90s and 2000s.

First Generation (Pong Consoles)[edit]

It's Pong. You can play it anywhere. Emulating first generation systems like these can be tricky, as the games were heavily tied to their hardware, and most were just variations of Pong.

  1. Only 4 cartridges were released for this triangular abomination, but because of the console's design they can't be dumped and "emulated." They're more like activation discs for data already in the console. No known emulators.
  2. Aesthetically different but same console hardware. Their chip is also the base for other consoles such as the Coleco Telstar Arcade. Allows to play Pong-like & other games such as Target shooting (optionally playable with the optical gun), Tennis, Football & Squash.
  3. Besides the normal Odyssey and Odyssey² consoles released in 1972 and 1978 respectively, Magnavox also produced the X00 and X000 series (1975-1977) of home Pong consoles. Released models were: 100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 2000, 3000 and 4000. Then owner Philips also released three Odyssey variants in Europe between 1976-1978. They played "Ball and Paddle" games such as Hockey, Tennis, Smash, Squash and others. No known emulator exists for any of these machines.

Second Generation (Cartridge Consoles)[edit]

Best-selling game consoles: Atari 2600, Intellivision, Magnavox Odyssey², ColecoVision.

Name MAME support No-intro collection Internet Archive Description
APF Imagination Machine/MP1000 Good A PC with a game console mounted on top of it 32X-style (take that, master race!) Only 25 games were released (15 cartridges), one being built-in, and a lot of homebrews. ROMs are here.
Atari 2600 Good ROM Hunter v15 Collection
Atari 5200 Good No-intro
Bally Astrocade[N 1] Decent TOSEC
Bandai Super Vision 8000[N 1] Good Only 7 games.
ColecoVision Good No-intro
Commodore MAX Machine Good Also known as Ultimax (USA) and VC-10 (DEU), though it was only briefly sold in Japan. It's a cut-down console version of the C64 hardware family (Later used in C64) with limited computing capability & a membrane keyboard. TOSEC: (2012), (2016).
Emerson Arcadia 2001[N 2] Decent TOSEC
Entex Adventure Vision Decent Like the Vectrex, this console had its own screen and operated like a miniature arcade cabinet. Only four games were released for it. TOSEC
Epoch Cassette Vision None Only 11 games exist for this console, and some have been dumped. Seanriddle has succeded to dump the graphic sprites of Kikori no Yosaku. Apparently, the BIOS for the console is inside each cart. Latest MAME forum thread.
Fairchild Channel F Good No-intro
Fairchild Channel F II Good NA An update to the Channel F, with no exclusive games.
Interton VC 4000[N 3] Decent Has 40 games. ROMs are here
Magnavox Odyssey²/Videopac Good No-intro
Mattel Intellivision Good TOSEC
Mattel Intellivision II Good NA An update to the Intellivision, with no exclusive games.
RCA Studio II Decent TOSEC. rca-studio2 programmer emulator. EMMA 0.2.
Vectrex Good No-intro
VTech CreatiVision[N 4] Good This hybrid computer and console were distributed to many different countries around the world and some variants were rebadged units with different names. Emulators list. TOSEC.
  1. 1.0 1.1 Emulated by MAME only.
  2. Clones and variants: Advision Home Arcade, Arcadia, Cosmos, Dynavision, Ekusera, Hanimex MPT-03, HMG-2650, Home Arcade Centre, Intelligent Game MPT-03, Intercord XL 2000 System, Intervision 2001, ITMC MPT-03, Leisure-Vision, Leonardo, Ormatu 2001, Palladium Video-Computer-Game, Polybrain Video Computer Game, Poppy MPT-03 Tele Computer Spiel, Prestige Video Computer Game MPT-03, Robdajet MPT-03, Rowtron 2000, Schmid TVG-2000, Sheen Home Video Centre 2001, Soundic MPT-03, Tele Brain, Tele-Fever, Tempest MPT-03,Tobby MPT-03, Trakton Computer Video Game, Tryom Video Game Center, Tunix Home Arcade, UVI Compu-Game, Video Master.
  3. Clones: Radofin 1292 Advanced Programmable Video System, Jeu Video TV, Super Play Computer 4000, etc.
  4. Clones and variants: Educat 2002 (Israel), Dick Smith Wizzard (Australia/New Zealand), FunVision Computer Video Games System (Oceania), Hanimex Rameses (Oceania), VZ 2000 (Oceania), etc.
    Computers: Laser 2001, Salora Manager (Finland).

Further info:

Handhelds[edit]

Name MAME support No intro collection Description
Milton Bradley MicroVision Preliminary 12 games were made. A Windows emulator that is front-end friendly can be found here, with all known games included.
Milton Bradley OMNI None Released in 1980, The OMNI was a weird hybrid of a portable console, Mono 8-track player and a Tabletop game, graphics were limited to four 2-character seven segment displays, 8-track tapes were used to store the games instead of cartridges and because of its massive limitations, most of the games for it were trivia games, it's unknown how many units were sold or when it was discontinued, only 13 games are known to be released for it.