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Flim Flam by Meadows
Baseball by Ramtek

Video Action by Elecktra Games, Inc., Elk Grove Village, Illinois

You choose between three games and two speeds. You can play Tennis (Pong), Soccer, or Hockey and you can choose between fast or slow speed.

Wheels by Midway
Monaco GP 1980 by Sega Manual (PDF - 3.91Mb)
Flying Fortress 1977 by Electra Manual (PDF 5.07MB)
Gyro Pong 1973 by MLA Electronics, a coversion kit for Atari's Pong that added analoge joysticks instead of spinners for lateral paddle movement, choice of 3 different paddle sizes and ball speed control
Winner by Midway Manual (PDF - 2.19Mb)
Paddle Ball by Williams
Pro Tennis by Williams
Heavy Weight Champ by Sega 1976, the 1st game designed in Japan, no to be confused with Sega's 1987 game of the same name!
Model 474 by Digital Games 1975 Manual (PDF- 2MB)
Demolition Derby by Chicago Coin 1977 Licenced version of Destruction Derby by Exidy Manual (PDF - 1.52MB) (Cab shots are of 'Lo-Boy' cabinet)
The Fonz by Sega 1976 Manual (PDF - 1.26MB)
Pace Car Pro by Allied 1975 Manual (PDF - 3.57MB)
Paddle Battle by Allied 1973 Manual (PDF - 1.87MB)
Tennis Tourney by Allied 1973 Manual (PDF - 1.48MB)
TV Ping Pong by Chicago Coin 1973 Manual (PDF - 670kB)
UFO Chace by Electra 1975 Manual (PDF - 2.03MB)
Video Pool by US Billiards 1975 Manual (PDF - 1.43MB)
Olympic Tennis by See-Fun 1973
Futsball by Allied Leisure
Tennis by Volly Industries
Avenger by Electra / Taito it is unclear who licenced it from who butwe have a date of 1975 for the Electra game and 76 for Taito so Electra being the original seems most likely
Survival by US Billiards
Tournament Time II by National Entertainment Co. (licensed from Atari)
Play Time by Midway 1973
Play Ball by Gremlin - the game was installed about 8 or 9 feet off of the ground (mounted on a wall). Players would take a remote control and press input buttons for whatever action needed to be done such as hit baseball or shoot rifle (Trap Shoot). Since it wasn't video, players would have to follow each image as indicator light lit up each particular image (to mimic movements) of an object. The games would play some of the sound effects such as audience cheers (Play Ball) or a gun shot (Trap Shoot) iirc
Trap Shoot by Gremlin - the game was installed about 8 or 9 feet off of the ground (mounted on a wall). Players would take a remote control and press input buttons for whatever action needed to be done such as hit baseball or shoot rifle (Trap Shoot). Since it wasn't video, players would have to follow each image as indicator light lit up each particular image (to mimic movements) of an object. The games would play some of the sound effects such as audience cheers (Play Ball) or a gun shot (Trap Shoot) iirc
TV Hockey by Chicago Coin 1973
Shark by US Billiards
TV Poker by ? - Any info welcome! Not even sure if it's CPUless - looks old though!
Basketball by Midway 1974
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