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It's a very uncommon french system. It's a very complete AY-3-8500 based sytem: 7 selectors and 2 buttons ! This system inludes a Robot option that allows the player to play against the system and to set its "intelligence". It's very odd looking, I mean, not a clone from another system but an original shape. Each paddle is detachable.

Now, the funiest part: Inside the system is a mother board with SOE OC5000 written on it ! Well, the OC-5000 is a French pong produced by a French company (Société Occitane d'électronique). So, Fil just bought the internal components from SOE and included them inside their case.

One other strange feature: The OC5000 has a 9V battery plug but this one has only a plug for a 9v external PSU. When you look into the system, you can still see the 9V battery wire wich is simply tied up !

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As for being SOE OC5000 motherboard repackaged in different case - please note how the $ion switches, ROBOT dial and buttons, together with the external light-gun din plug share identical layout.

Sunday 6th September 2015
Mef82 (Krakow / Poland)

I actually have one of these, and it still works. I modified it so I could use the battery with it. This is a very hackable pong, you can make gameplay changes with hardware mods.

Friday 18th June 2004
Combat Wombat (LA, California, USA)


NAME  Robot
MANUFACTURER  RIL (Rollet International Limited)
ORIGIN  France
YEAR  1978
BUILT IN GAMES  1 - Entrainement
2 - Squash-Pelote
3 - Football-Hockey
4 - Tennis-Ping pong
5 - Ball-trap
6 - Tir cible
CONTROLLERS  2 paddles with no fire button
CPU  AY-3-8500 (General Instruments)
BUTTONS  Serve, Reset
SWITCHES  Power on/off, Ball speed Pro/Am, Ball angle Pro/Am, Paddle size Pro/Am, Service Manual/Auto, Robot on/off
SCORE  On screen
COLORS  Black & white
SOUND  Built-in speaker
I/O PORTS  RF TV video output, Gun connector (DIN)
GUN  Yes

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