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Adventure Vision

The Adventure Vision is a cartridge based, electronic handheld video game that was manufactured in 1982 by Entex Industries, Inc. The system measures about 13 1/4" X 10" X 9" and uses one vertical strip of 40 red LEDs and a spinning mirror to produce an apparent screen resolution of 150X40(drawn at 15 frames/sec). While there are only four cartridges for this system, those four games are all arcade classics, Defender, Turtles, Super Cobra, and an Asteroids clone, Space Force.


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Omar  ODOMINGO@prodigy.net  on Tuesday, March 13, 2001 at 17:40:54 
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I dont know about this system but the plastation one can do the same thing well the new modle that is.in storse they sell a screen that attaatches to playstation.therse two lcd screen and a video screen.  it has speakers in the screen like a t.v. you could play it in the car with the battery adapter or on t.v. or with the playstation at home cannected with ac addapter 
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Pumpkito  pumpkito@home.com  on Friday, September 1, 2000 at 14:00:11 
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"Adventure Vision was considered state-of-the-art in 1983 as it was the only tabletop cartrige-based game system (unless you consider the Vectrex as such as well). Entex's machine required no TV hook-up since the screen was built-in, with 6000 light locations to create images with more than 20 times the resolution of any table-top game on the market at the time. It used four "D" batteries (not included) and came with a Defender game cartridge. Adventure Vision also featured a full fidelity speaker that produced unrivaled sound effects." 
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