The core collection found in the Video Games Museum started when we were kids buying one game at a time and one console per year.
Over the years, we have reached today, having in our possession hundreds of consoles and with the childhood enthusiasm still active, in the first exclusive Museum of Electronic Games in Greece, with the aim of traveling through time, highlighting at the same time the history and evolution of electronic games. Get to know the museum consoles on the following pages.
The Tiger Electronics 101 Dalmatians was a handheld electronic game produced by Tiger Electronics in 1996. The game was based on the popular Disney movie "101 Dalmatians" and was designed to provide entertainment for fans of the movie, as well as for anyone who enjoyed handheld electronic games.
The Acetronic MPU 1000 console was a home video game system that was released in the late 1970s by a British electronics company called Acetronic. The console was designed to compete with other home video game systems that were popular at the time, such as the Atari 2600 and the Magnavox Odyssey.
The APF TV Fun Model 442 was a game console released in the 1970s by APF Electronics. The console had four built-in games: a soccer game, a tennis game, a rugby game, and a shooting game.
The Enterprex was a video game console released in 1977 by a company called Enterprex Industries, based in California, USA.
The Atari 2600 (or Atari VCS, which stands for Video Computer System) is a video game console that was originally released in 1977 by Atari, Inc.
The Atari 2600, also known as the Atari VCS (Video Computer System), is a home video game console released in 1977 by Atari, Inc.
The Original Atari 2600 is a unique production and literally fits in the palm of one hand.
The Atari 2600 Woody is a version of the Atari 2600 video game console that was released in 1977.
The Atari 2600 Jr., also known as the Atari 2600 "long rainbow" or "rainbow" version, is a redesign of the original Atari 2600 console. It was released in 1986, towards the end of the console's lifespan.
The Atari 2600 Jr., also known as the Atari 2600 "short rainbow" or "small rainbow" version, is a redesign of the original Atari 2600 console. It was released in 1986, towards the end of the console's lifespan.