Philips Videopac G7000

The Philips Videopac G7000, also known as the Magnavox Odyssey 2 in North America, is a vintage video game console that was released in 1978. It was designed to be connected to a TV and came with two controllers and a set of game cartridges.

Philips Videopac G7000

The game cartridges for the Videopac G7000 were typically simple, with black and white graphics and limited gameplay. However, there were several popular games released for the system, including titles such as "K.C. Munchkin," "Pick Axe Pete," and "Quest for the Rings."

One of the unique features of the Videopac G7000 was its built-in keyboard, which allowed users to type in their own programs and games. This feature helped to make the system more versatile and expandable, and it was used by some early game developers to create their own games for the console.

In addition to its gaming capabilities, the Videopac G7000 also featured a cartridge that allowed users to create and edit music on the console, as well as a cartridge that provided educational games for children.

Overall, the Philips Videopac G7000 was an important part of the early history of home video game consoles, and it helped to pave the way for the more advanced gaming systems that would come in the years and decades that followed. It remains a popular system among retro gaming enthusiasts and collectors today.

Manufacturer: Philips

Release Date: 1978

Model: G. 7000/00

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