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Ameprod TVG-10

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Alt-Name Elwro TVG-10
Release Type: Official Release
Developer(s): NA
Publisher(s): NA
Platform: Dedicated Consoles
Genre: Arcade
Rating: None
Item Number: TVG-10
Barcode: None
Release Date: 1981
Description: The only one (in mass production, together with Elwro TVG-10) Polish console. Private company bought the license to produce TVG-10 from the state-owned Elwro. Ameprod TVG-10 offer a virtual-to-head in only two colors: white and black, but use it to be able to take part in as many as four disciplines (and their variations), and two shooting games. There were available: "Tennis" (the classic Pong) "Hockey" (each player has two paddles simultaneously raised symbolizing the attacker and the goalkeeper, to the edges of the screen are partially built, creating a gateway), "Squash" (both players alternately bounce the ball on the same wall) and "Pelota" (the same as the squash, but the game is for one player).
Regardless of discipline has always fought a duel to the 15 points scored by one player. You've also accompanied by sound effects in the form of regular beeps when in contact with the ball discus.
You could adjust the speed ball/puck and the size of the rocket, and the angle of reflection ball was not - as in many competitive products - random and depend on the place where the ball hit the bat (size of the angle of reflection also could be set before the game). The peak of sophistication seems to be an option, through which you could play hockey with help for one of the players - less skilled player got the extra player/paddle and the game went under two out of three.
There was also dedicated light gun - Videotraf. After connecting it to the TVG-10, you could arrange shooting competition in two events: shooting at a moving target (white square moving across the TV screen) or target shooting disappearing (square appears for a moment in a random location of the screen).
There were two variations of the console: with orange knobs (first edition) and black knobs (second edition).
Around 100 000 units were sold.
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03-21-2015 mastafafik Alt-Name Elwro TVG-10
03-18-2015 mastafafik Release Date - Year 1981
03-18-2015 mastafafik Description The only one (in mass production, together with Elwro TVG-10) Polish console. Private company bought the license to produce TVG-10 from the state-owned Elwro. Ameprod TVG-10 offer a virtual-to-head in only two colors: white and black, but use it to be able to take part in as many as four disciplines (and their variations), and two shooting games. There were available: "Tennis" (the classic Pong) "Hockey" (each player has two paddles simultaneously raised symbolizing the attacker and the goalkeeper, to the edges of the screen are partially built, creating a gateway), "Squash" (both players alternately bounce the ball on the same wall) and "Pelota" (the same as the squash, but the game is for one player). Regardless of discipline has always fought a duel to the 15 points scored by one player. You've also accompanied by sound effects in the form of regular beeps when in contact with the ball discus. You could adjust the speed ball/puck and the size of the rocket, and the angle of reflection ball was not - as in many competitive products - random and depend on the place where the ball hit the bat (size of the angle of reflection also could be set before the game). The peak of sophistication seems to be an option, through which you could play hockey with help for one of the players - less skilled player got the extra player/paddle and the game went under two out of three. There was also dedicated light gun - Videotraf. After connecting it to the TVG-10, you could arrange shooting competition in two events: shooting at a moving target (white square moving across the TV screen) or target shooting disappearing (square appears for a moment in a random location of the screen). There were two variations of the console: with orange knobs (first edition) and black knobs (second edition). Around 100 000 units were sold.
03-18-2015 mastafafik Release Date - Year 1981
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