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Finally, the games could also be played in solo: the single player controlled both sides of the games using the same controller.GI also released special color encoders which allowed producing a color picture: the AY-3-8515 for the AY-3-8500 and the AY-3-8615 for the AY-3-8600 and AY-3-8610 chips.Was R 2500.00 Now R 2200.00 poker accessories Automatic Card poker star peru Shuffler Shuffle your playing cards with the touch of a button.They allowed building various games ranging from Ball Paddle variants to complex games like Tank Battle, Helicopter Battle, Gunfight, desserte à roulettes la redoute and Space War.Price: R 249.00, pro Combo 1, for the serious poker players out there.For all thease reasons, the new SN76410N chip was so unsuccessfull that very few systems used it: Tele-Match 3300R, Ricochet Super Pro (model MT-4A and Venture Electronics Video Sports VS-5.Most Atari systems used a different chip because of the different games and features.Fold it up, pop it in the car.When the game was played by two people, each player had break the wall of the opponent while protecting his own wall.
There are still a number of obscure video game chips made by various manufacturers.
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Magnavox used the AY-3-86 in the Odyssey 4000 released in 1977.While the former obviously added a catchy feature which almost no other system had without the use of a more advanced, single chip device, the latter allowed designing his own graphics and therefore, more advanced games for the time.More advanced GI chips: To face this competition, GI improved the AY-3-8500 and released two new chips in 1977: the AY-3-8600 and the AY-3-8610.Obviously, the player has to stay as long as possible without touching the opponent cars.Moreover, two much more advanced microprocessor based systems appeared in 1976 and clearly indicated how the home video game would rapidly change: Fairchild's Channel-F and RCA's Studio.