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H > HANIMEX  > 666


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Hanimex  666 pong. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Wednesday 25th January 2023
Ruben B. (Spain)

I think -p means positive video, France used positive video modulation, I''ve a Pong console made in Honk Kong or the like but designed for the French market and it has a RF modulator circuit that gives positive video too.

Wednesday 14th March 2018
SWEEPER_92 (England)

Just broke out my dad''s old Hanimex 666s-n earlier today. Hasn''t been played in ~50 years. It was sitting in a box in the garage along with other things collecting so much tust and flys and dirt in that open top boxs, I had no idea if it would work. I always misstook it for a power tool. Well let me tell you, it works like a dream! Me and my dad played a couple of rounds of tennis and to tell the truth, I can''t remember having this much fun with my dad ever. Fantastic little relick! I adore it.

Sunday 7th January 2018
Johnathan Rivera (USA)

More like "The Pong of the Anti-Christ".

Monday 6th February 2017
Bartimaus (U.S.A.)


Saturday 24th March 2007
PeriSoft (Ithaca, NY)

Oh no! It's the pong of the beast!

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