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VOLTMACE DATABASE

 

Another obscure console from Europe, part of the Interton VC 4000 group of consoles. Internally compatible with the Interton, Radofin, and other 1292 consoles but they are not exactly "clones" of each other. Apparently each company bought the hardware and made slight modifications to the insides and outsides, so some of the games work on other systems and some don't. There were "converters" made so that games from affiliated machines could be played on each other. There at least exists a converter to play Interton games on this machine.The company Voltmace was rather small (only about 12 employees) and got started making Joysticks form British computers, notably the BBC Micro. Games were written in 2650 assembly language. The games seem to have mostly been programmed by one person. Pretty rare, although I have seen a few up on Ebay from time to time

See also:

Interton VC 4000

Radofin 1292

Grunding Superplay Computer

Haminex HMG 7900

 

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Name:

Voltmace Database

Company:

Voltmace:

Year:

1978

Games:

At least 40 compatible

Media:

Cartridge ROM

CPU:

8-bit Signetics 2650AN at 4.43MHz *

Audiovisual co-processor :

Signetics 2636N at 3.58MHz,

Sprites:

4 single colour sprites (1 can be 8 colors)