My Vision emulators

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My Vision
Developer Nichibutsu
Type Home video game console
Generation Third generation
Release date 1983
Emulated ~

The My Vision is a home video game console developed by Nichibutsu and released in Japan in 1983. The system was dedicated solely to playing video versions of popular board games. The console had no controllers; instead, players used a keyboard on the front of the console to input their actions.

Arcade[edit]

五目ならべ 連珠 was an arcade game from 1981, but its GPU (not TMS9928A) seems to be better than My Vision's.

You probably won’t find these in Wikipedia.

CPU: Z80, Video: TMS9928A, Sound: AY8910

My Vision may be based on and modified from Gomoku or later arcade hardware like Atari and Sega.

Emulators[edit]

Name Platform(s) Latest version FLOSS Active Recommended
PC / x86
ares Windows Linux macOS v139
MAME Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD git artifacts[N 1]
0.267
libretro core[N 2]
  1. CI-Windows CI-Linux CI-Macos
  2. As 0.251, 0.139 (2010), 0.78 (2003), 0.37b5 (2000)

There are 6 games in total, but I did not find these two games in the compatibility list and hash/myvision.xml of emulators

  • Mastermind (マスターマインド) - Logitec
  • Reversi (リバーシ) - Logitec

playable games

  • Gomokunarabe, Renju (五目ならべ 連珠) - Nihon Bussan
  • Hanafuda (ハナフダ) - Logitec
  • Mahjong (マージャン) - Nihon Bussan
  • Tsumeshogi (ツメショウギ) - Logitec