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Sears Video Arcade II Video Game System
Name: Sears Video Arcade II Video Game System
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Manufacturer Name: Atari
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  • Description
    Sears Video Arcade II system.  Includes system / One Controller / Set of Paddle Controllers / AC Adaptor / RF Unit

    Sears liked the design of the Atari 2600 so much, they opted to sell a version under their Tele-Games label. It was released in the US in 1983 as the Sears Video Arcade II, and was packaged with 2 controllers and Space Invaders

    Atari later used the 2800′s case for the 7800, with some minor changes. This was the first of Atari?s "wedge? designs.


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