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Pong Cartridge Guide
24 Nov 2008
19:16
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Another cartridge guide. I've started to scan some carts and will add more in the future. I've devided the pong carts into families like it was done before with all the Interton and the Arcadia clones.

All the carts from one family are fully compatible with all the carts/systems from the same family.

Right now I've found 23 different families. Most of them are build around standart GI-chips:

9015
Bandai
Binatone
Blackpoint
Coleco
Intel
Interton
Lem
MBO I
MBO II
Novex
Occitel
Orbit
Philips
Polycon
Prinztronic
Programaster
Reel
SD-050
TCR
Teleng
Teletenis
Videomaster

(More infos will follow.)

Notes:

The scan of the Lem cart is from the backside. The only one I have is missing the front lable.

The pictures of the Bandai, Occitel and Reel carts were taken by Adrian Scheel.

9015 (8,7 x 11,8 x 2,2 cm):

Bandai (9,9 x 14 x 2,5 cm):

bandai

Binatone (7,9 x 10,8 x 2,1 cm):

Blackpoint (11 x 9 x 2,3 cm):

Coleco:

Intel (9,1 x 11,5 x 2,3 cm):

Interton (8,5 x 14,9 x 2,5 cm):

Lem (9 x 11,7 x 2,4 cm):

MBO I (8,9 x 11,9 x 2,1 cm):

MBO II (9,1 x 12,5 x 2,2 cm):

Novex (9,4 x 10,9 x 2,3 cm):

Occitel (10,4 x 24,4 x 3,4 cm):

Philips (5,4 x 10,7 x 3,1 cm):

Polycon (9 x 8,8 x 1,9 cm):

Prinztronic (13,5 x 10,4 x 2,2 cm):

Programaster (8 x 13 x 2,3 cm):

Reel (9,2 x 11,9 x 2,1 cm):

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SD-050 (9,5 x 11 x 2,2 cm):

TCR (5,6 x 8 x 1,3 cm):

Teleng (9,1 x 8,9 x 2,7 cm):

Teletenis (8,3 x 14,9 x 2,5 cm):

Videomaster (6,6 x 5,7 x 2 cm):

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24 Nov 2008
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great start jens,

our new big project!!!

make a complete pong carts list with boxes

i think these are more than all vcs 2600 carts ever released ;-)

immer in bewegung bleiben!

24 Nov 2008
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I knew it, you guys are crazy.

Das taugt mir!

Aber mit wenig Ei bitte …

24 Nov 2008
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here are all interton video 2000 carts that were released:

http://www.pong-picture-page.d.....anguage=en

here are all philips tele-spiel carts that were released:

http://www.pong-picture-page.d.....ts_id=1716

immer in bewegung bleiben!

24 Nov 2008
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My pong-cart list has "only" 284 carts of which 260 are confirmed. Nothing beats the VCS 2600… Wink

24 Nov 2008
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we should not talk any longer about boring old atari systems here! ;-)

immer in bewegung bleiben!

25 Nov 2008
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Did an update of the guide, so it's almost done now. Need to ad a few carts and some infos. What do you think of it so far?

25 Nov 2008
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Very nice and for sure helpful, especially when you come home from the flea market with a bunch of carts and you don't know which system they belong to.

Das taugt mir!

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26 Nov 2008
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I've added scans from all the 19 families I have now.

Still missing scans and size from Bandai, Occitel, Orbit and Reel. If anyone has carts for this consoles, scans (and size) would be very helpfull.  I don't want to include “stolen” pics here. I would like to have a front-side scan from a Lem cart too.

26 Nov 2008
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i do my best jens and check what i have. i surely have reel and bandai carts - i find it funny to call the occitel units carts. i surely don´t own orbit carts.

immer in bewegung bleiben!

2 Dec 2008
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Thanks to Adrian I could update the list. It now includes Bandai, Occitel and Reel carts.

2 Dec 2008
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you're welcome jens :-)

by the way couldn't we write: sd-050, sd-070 & sd-090?

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2 Dec 2008
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pongman said:

by the way couldn't we write: sd-050, sd-070 & sd-090?


I've tried to make the names for the families as short as possible. I think it's easier to call them "9015" instead of "9015, Mark IX & 4a8" and "sd-050" instead of "sd-050, sd-070 & sd-090". There will be a short list which carts belong to which family anyway.

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