With 6 games (but exists also the 4 games version), PC-50x series Bandai Pong console. The soccer 4° game is a combination of the "hockey" playfield and "smash" player graphics, color TV and Pong console in the same unit, Pong console, the same system as the Binatone TV Master MK IV, Pong console. 8 games: 4 Pong games + 2 shooting games + 2 car racing games, 2 versions and 2 cases: one for Argentinian market and one for Spanish market. Rebranded Atari Ultra Pong (C-402 S), Atari Ultra Pong Doubles (C-402 D) licensed to Sears, Atari console licensed to Sears. 4 games, It has Spanish texts. 5 games, Pong console. Canceled American release of the Bandai TV-Jack 2500. Digital (TI). Console usable only with ITT TVs, European version of the Magnavox Odyssey. 4 stunt cycle + 4 pong games, Pong console. first gen console. Two shooting games are played with standard controller(joysticks), Spanish clone of the Magnavox Odyssey. same as Lloyds TV Sports 812. optional light gun, Pong console, 4 games. ), ATARI - 1977. While these consoles mostly disappeared from America in 1978, in other regions of the world, most notably Europe and Japan, these consoles were thriving, as second generation consoles did not have a strong presence. The device, known as the Brown Box, was essentially a rectangular brown wooden box with two attached controllers. Handheld consoles bore out from electro-mechanical games that had used mechanical controls and light-emitting diodes (LED) as visual indicators. Only the 4 race games are presents on the Atari Stunt Cycle (C-450), developed by Atari and licensed to Sears. The first generation of video game consoles lasted from 1972 until 1977. When only counting those who took part in the Second Generation, meaning companies that released a new platform after first generation, there's only 12. 2 versions: black case and fake wooden, K-Mart TV Electronic S Four Thousand S4000, 4 games. same of Lasonic 2000 TV Game, Pong console. This list is in no way complete, as there are hundreds of consoles, some with color, name, or hardware variations. While some manufacturers later chose to use bright colors and more sci-fi designs, the prohibition of such designs in the US only came in 1992. Tennis hockey and soccer games, Universal Research Pong console. The first generation of video game consoles began in 1972 with the Magnavox Odyssey (which began development in 1968 by Ralph Baer under the code name "The Brown Box"), until 1977, when "pong"-style console manufacturers left the market en masse due to the video game crash of 1977 and when microprocessor-based consoles were introduced. Granada Pong console manufactuured by E&P Electronic LTD. Grandstand color Pong console. 1 tank game and 4 pong games, dedicated first-generation home video game console released in 1974 or 1975, analog Pong console. Games: Tennis, Football and Squash, Pong console. Rebranded APF TV Fun Match 405, APF Pong console licensed to Sears. "C" stands for Color model, Pong console. Pong console. electronic board shows "F'GAMATIC-7600", Grandstand Pong and motorcycle racing console, grandstand Pong console. It was invented by Ralph H. Baer, “the Father of the Video Games”. 10 games (Enduro, Cross, Stunt cycle, drag, race, target, skeet target, tennis, foot, squash, practice), european Pong console. For comparison, there are Expression error: Missing operand for +.' = Zeon T-800, color Pong console. 2 versions: with and without scoring add-on, 2 versions: Horiz. Rebranded APF TV Fun Match 406, Atari Pong console licensed to Sears. First Generation (1972 – 1980) Magnavox launches the first-generation of home video game consoles with the Odyssey. Generation One 1972. Atari considered creating a second cartridge console to implement their surplus of processors from their dedicated line of consoles, which took the form of the Atari Game Brain to be released in 1978, but the plan ultimately fell through, as it would create confusion with their more successful console, and so it was canceled. Two games with balls and paddles and two games of car racing, 7 games (example: Pinball, Basketball and Breakout). Same circuit of Heathkit GD-1999, Full or partial woodgrain case models. Coleco Telstar Deluxe sold by Montgomery Ward for canadian market. 8 games, and only 7 for one or two player: 7 x 2 + 1 = 15. home dedicated console by Nintendo. 2. Can be black, blue or green, First Russian Pong console. Console usable only with ITT TVs, 4 motorcycle games. It was only released in Japan, but it was Nintendo’s step into the market. 3 games. Shooting games are played directly with the analog joysticks, Binatone Pong console. Digital (TI). Pong console. Most consoles of this generation were simple ‘pong’-style consoles that played simple built-in games, but the Odyssey used removable printed circuit boards to select the chosen game. Components Console unit. Identical to Temco T-800. Console can be green or black. Usable only with Grundig TV, dedicated home video game console released in East Germany by the VEB Halbleiterwerk Frankfurt (Oder) in 1980 or 1981, SD-070 Coulour (programmable TV-game console), 666s is blue, 666t is green, 666s-p french version, 666s-n english version, Pong console: tennis, football, squash, practice, Pong console. rebranded Atari Super Pong (C-140), Tele-Games Motocross Sports Center IV (99729), 20 games: 16 Pong + 4 race. Analog (TTL/Transistor), Pong console. Beige or blue colored shell, Bandai Pong console: 2 race and 8 pong games, 4 variations of "Space War": Space War, Phantom War, Space Phasor and Phantom Phasor, Binatone Pong console, probably discrete TTL, Pong console. 1 tank game and 4 pong games, Pong console linkable only to some models of Nordmende televisions, color Pong console. 5 games, selectable with buttons, dedicated first-generation home video game console released by Philco and Ford in 1977, MM-57100 (NTSC, but using a 3.575611 MHz crystal to get color on some Brazilian PAL-M Television sets), Philips console identical to the Magnavox Odssesy 200, Philips Pong console. Use AY-3-8500-7 cpu, home video game console. The first console generation overlaps with the second and third generations, which comprise more advanced consoles than the first generation and lasted from 1976–1992 and 1983–2003. Dedicated consoles were common in the first generation of home consoles, such as the Magnavox Odyssey and the home console version of Pong, and more recently have been used for retro-consoles such as the NES Classic Edition and Sega Genesis Mini. home platforms starting with the second generation, and ' handheld consoles, totaling Expression error: Missing operand for +..[note 1].