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Desc:c. 1980 ad for an ACTION PACKED GAME that amounts to "Ghetto Pong."
Category:Advertisements, Science & Technology
Tags:tomy, 1980s, blip, old toys
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Comment count is 8
zatojones - 2006-11-30
Not exactly sure where they're getting "digital" from
jim - 2006-11-30
well, uh, the score is a digit
Kapow - 2006-11-30
that font looks pretty digital
Gurlugon - 2006-11-30
You have to press buttons that represent digits. Maybe that's what they meant?
athodyd - 2006-11-30
THis is somehow depressing.
love - 2006-11-30
I remember this commercial. it's "digital" because you play with your fingerrs!
Caminante - 2007-04-15
The Nintendo DS looks upon its ancestors and shudders.
Binro the Heretic - 2007-12-30
I actually had this thing. It was pretty cool, but you could only play it indoors. If you took it out in sunlight, you couldn't see the little red dot, but you could see the mechanism moving inside. I know it looks goofy and dated now, but this shit was awesome in the days before everyone had an Atari 2600.

It still worked when I sold it at a yard sale some time back in the mid-1990s. I was kind of surprised at that. I'd found it buried in a bunch of my old junk, popped in some batteries and it operated just as well as the day my folks had bought it for me.

I got for it.
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