Browse products from year '1977' (6 found)

Atari Video Computer System (VCS) AKA 2600

Atari Video Computer System (VCS) AKA 2600

The Atari VCS (later known as the 2600) popularised the use of cartridge-based games as opposed to dedicated TV game hardware with all games built in. Originally shipped with a tank and plane warfare cartridge (Combat), the VCS utiltimatley played host to the hundreds of original games, as well ... (read more)
Atari, 1977

Logic 5 (Milton Bradley)

Logic 5 (Milton Bradley)

A game that requires the player to work out the correct number sequence, using sequences of 3, 4 or 5 digits. After the player's guess, the game would report how many of the numbers were correct and how many were in the correct sequence. (read more)
Milton Bradley, 1977

Binatone TV MASTER MK 6

Binatone TV MASTER MK 6

One of many TV games produced by Binatone, the TV Master series were black & white systems supporting a number of inbuilt games (six in this case, namely squash, squash practice, football, tennis, target, shooting). Alongside the paddle controllers on display here (used to control the four 'pong... (read more)
Binatone, 1977

Electronic Mastermind (Invicta)

Electronic Mastermind (Invicta)

A code-breaking game in which the machine selects a sequence of up to five random numbers and the player then has to work out the correct code. This is done by entering a sequence and then pressing the TRY key in order to reveal how many of the entered digits are within the sequence that the mach... (read more)
Invicta, 1977

VideoCart-8

VideoCart-8

This is for the Fairchild Video Entertainment System the (also known as the Grandstand Video Entertainment Computer). This cartridge contains Magic Numbers, Mind Reader and Nim. (read more)
Fairchild, 1977