Browse products from year '1978' (5 found)

Simon (Milton Bradley)

Simon (Milton Bradley)

Simon is an electronic game of rhythm and memory skill, invented by Ralph H. Baer (also responsible for the first TV game) and Howard J. Morrison, and manufactured and distributed by Milton Bradley. Simon was launched in 1978 at Studio 54 in New York City, and became an immediate success. It beca... (read more)
Milton Bradley, 1978

Merlin (Parker Brothers)

Merlin (Parker Brothers)

Merlin (sometimes known as Merlin, the Electronic Wizard) was a handheld electronic game first made by Parker Brothers in 1978. Offering six games, including tic-tac-toe, blackjack and 'Magic Square', Merlin is notable as one of the earliest and most popular handheld games, selling over 5 million... (read more)
Parker Brothers, 1978

Apple II Europlus

Apple II Europlus

The Europlus was the European release of the original Apple II, released in the US a year earlier. Designed by Apple co-founder Steve 'Woz' Wozniak, the system was a seminal product in the history of personal computing. Using a 1MHz 6502 CPU, shipping with 4K of RAM (expandable to 48K) and incl... (read more)
Apple, 1978

Grandstand Video Entertainment Computer

Grandstand Video Entertainment Computer

This system is the European version of the Fairchild Channel F, which had been released in 1976 and was notable as being the first programmable video game system (i.e. using plug-in cartridges rather than dedicated circuits). An interesting characteristic of the system compared to others of the ... (read more)
Grandstand, 1978

Apple II Reference Manual

Apple II Reference Manual published January 1978. 151 pages. (read more)
Apple, 1978