The Classic TV Game electronic construction kit will take you back to the birth of video gaming. Featuring one or two player modes and four difficulty levels provide hours of family entertainment. This is very similar to the first TV video game on the market. A lot of fun for someone who remembers these games, as well as a great kit to learn about video interfacing to the TV. Definitely the most fun we have had in a while.
This kit contains a pre-printed circuit board and 39 various resistors, diodes, and capacitors. Solder everything together and plug the audio and video into any standard TV (PAL only) for instant Pong Video Game action. You can play against another human or challenge the computer at four different skill levels.
Product Features & Specifications
Mini-kit for PAL Video Output
One or two players (play against another human or the computer)
Four difficulty levels
Kit contains all components required including printed circuit board
Video and audio output - Auto power off to preserve battery life
Adjustable video brightness
Build time: About 1 to 2 hours depending on skill level
Requires 3 AA batteries
Dimensions: 2.9 x 5.5 inches (7.3 x 14 cm)
To select a level hold one of the move buttons then press RESTART.
Two player mode: press RESTART.
Press both move buttons to "Smash" or to start serve.
Only the server can score points.
Please keep in mind
You'll need to provide your own soldering iron, solder, philips head screwdriver and batteries
Connects to PAL Television only using standard RCA style Video Cables (not included)
Kit contains all components required including the game chip
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Prices for one TV Game construction kit:
USA: 40 US$ + 15 US$ shipping = 55 US$
Europe: 35 Euro + 10 Euro shipping = 45 Euro
Germany: 35 Euro + 7 Euro shipping = 42 Euro
If you live in the USA you can pay with paypal.com
If you live in Europe you can pay via IBAN/SWIFT or paypal.com
We deliver from Germany, taxes are not included
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