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V > VOLTMACE > Database Games-Computer


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Voltmace Database Games-Computer videogame system. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Friday 23rd April 2021
Derek Andrews (Canada)

I am actively working on this system. I have a couple of consoles that I''m trying to get working with modern tv sets here in Canada. I have schematics of the circuit, documentation of the Leapfrog game that I wrote, I''m planning on making pcbs and cases for cartridges, and I''m even working on a new game concept. The purpose of my website is to encourage others to save these consoles and write new software. Check it out and use the contact form to get in touch. Happy to help anyone who needs it.

Friday 13rd November 2020
Colin Day (United Kingdom)

I am currently in the process of repairing one of these. Would really appreciate a picture of the power supply if anyone has one? It runs on +18v and +9v with step downs internally to +6.2v.

Monday 16th April 2018
Richy (Herts)

Awesome. Had this as a nipper in the 80s. Lived near Baldock so might explain why! I remember going to a local games "shop" / voltmace merchant (swear it was someones garage or house extension) and there was always the one shifty database title amongst the vast array of sexier looking atari 2600 games. I wasn''t interested in hearing any "compatibility" nonsence - i just wanted the spiderman game with green goblin on the box (it was packaging perfection ). Were voltmace and all the other UK cart machines 2600 inspired / direct clones anyway?

Tuesday 10th January 2017
Nick Blackburn (Isle of Man, UK)

I Have a fully restored Voltmace that powers on but as I have no games I have no idea if it actually works! Was very grubby when I got it but now it looks great.
Anyone got a few games spare?!! :)

Friday 23rd March 2012
david stokes  (england)

i had a database games computer just found it in my loft any idea how you tune it in on the tv are they worth any money

Tuesday 23rd November 2010
John Bell (UK)

The Database system was actually made in the Philipines. My old company (Circolec in South London) was cotrscted to Videomaster for 3 years, servicing and repairing all of their games. We also sold thousands of obsolete games to market traders and small shops during that period. Our first contract with them was to repair and repack hundreds (maybe thousands!) of Starchess and pin pong games that had been damaged by floods in the Phiiipines. Waddingtons paid for them in advance and didn''t realise they were flood damaged until they arrived in the UK!

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