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The Philips N20 is a classic pong system offering the 6 games of the widely used General Instruments AY-3-8500 dedicated chip. The black & white games are: Tennis, Football (soccer), Pelote Basque (squash), Exercice (squash practice), Tir au pigeon (skeet) and Tir de cible (shooting on moving target). The two last games are only playable with the optional light gun.

The most particular feature of the N20 is its typical 70's cosmetic design, especially the controllers. They don't look like any other controllers but play surprisingly well!

The Radiola JET T02M and the Schneider Telelude are exactly the same systems (except for the case color) sold under different brands beloging to Philips. The N20 will be followed by the N30, offering different games (no more shooting games).



I have a Phillips n 20 but cannot get it to tune into my 'modern' tv

any one have a clue

please help i must play PONG NOW!!!!!!

Friday 21st January 2005
oldoldold (france)


ORIGIN  Netherlands
YEAR  1978
BUILT IN GAMES  Tennis, Football (soccer), Pelote Basque (squash), Exercice (squash practice), Tir au pigeon (skeet), Tir de cible (shooting on moving target)
CONTROLLERS  2 strange paddles with one fire button each
CPU  General Instruments AY-3-8500
SWITCHES  Game selection, TV channel switch, Bat size big/small, Service auto/manual, Power on/off, Bounce angle, Ball speed
SCORE  On screen
COLORS  Black & white
SOUND  Built-in beeper
I/O PORTS  RF TV video output
BATTERIES  6 x LR6 battery cells
POWER SUPPLY  9v - 80 mA
GUN  Yes



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