Infobox CVG system| title = Magnavox Odyssey 200 manufacturer = Magnavox type = Video game console generation = First generation era lifespan = vgrelease|NA= vgy|1975 controllers = Six Paddles successor = Odyssey 300 predecessor = Odyssey 100The… The score is kept manually with a score slider built onto the console; the highest possible score is fifteen. It was same as the Odyssey 100 but with two additional chips from Texas Instruments, which added a third game called SMASH and some on-screen scoring. The winner was obviously the first whose rectangle would reach the rightmost position on the screen (15 points). https://vgamehistory.fandom.com/wiki/Magnavox_Odyssey_200?oldid=3903. Although the scores were not yet digital, the Odyssey 200 remained more advanced than the first home version of Atari PONG because it played three different games for two or four players. The Odyssey 200 could be played by two or four players (first system to offer this feature), and displayed very basic on-screen scoring using small rectangles (it still had the two plastic cursors to record the scores). Codex Gamicus is a Fandom Gaming Community. It had the same chipset as the Odyssey 200 except for one new chip. https://gamicus.gamepedia.com/Magnavox_Odyssey_200?oldid=720908, Articles that use obsolete Hardware spec variables. The Magnavox Odyssey 200 features three games, Hockey, Tennis, and Smash, that can be played by two or four players. The Magnavox Odyssey 200 is a 1975 home Pong console developed by Magnavox. The Magnavox Odyssey 400, released in 1976, is an update of this system with all the same features and games plus a dedicated chip for digital on-screen scoring instead of the sliding manual scoreboard found on the Magnavox Odyssey 200. The Odyssey 500 was also released in 1976. It was same as the Odyssey 100 but with two additional chips from Texas Instruments, which added a third game called SMASH and some on-screen scoring. In 1976 the Odyssey 400 was released. Magnavox Odyssey 200 . Coming Soon This product hasn't been reviewed yet. In 1975, Magnavox released an improved version of the Odyssey 100: the Odyssey 200. The Magnavox Odyssey 200 features three games, Hockey, Tennis, and Smash, that can be played by two or four players. The Magnavox Odyssey 200 features an identical design to the previous system, the Magnavox Odyssey 100, providing the same controls and score slider, but with a silver body. The in-game paddles are controlled by three knobs located on each side of the console; two knobs move the paddles vertically and horizontally, while the third paddle affects the balls direction. Video Game History Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. Philips Odyssey is the brand name that includes the Philips Odyssey series of dedicated home video game consoles. The in-game paddles are controlled by three knobs located on each side of the console; two knobs move the paddles vertically and horizont… The Magnavox Odyssey 200 features an identical design to the previous system, the Magnavox Odyssey 100, providing the same controls and score slider, but with a silver body. It is the successor of the Magnavox Odyssey 100. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. The Magnavox Odyssey 200 only had five functions: auto serve, manual serve, ball speed control, ball angle control and player size control. Magnavox released a few more systems which were identical to the Odyssey 200 save for a few features. Share. Magnavox Odyssey is the general brand name of Magnavox's complete line of home video game consoles released from 1972 through 1978. Reviews / Consoles (home) Magnavox Odyssey 200 . The line includes the original Magnavox Odyssey console, the Magnavox Odyssey series of dedicated home video game consoles, and the Magnavox Odyssey 2 ROM cartridge-based video game console released in 1978. This new chip allowed digital on-screen scoring, the first for an analogue system. This page was last edited on 19 April 2019, at 22:36.