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We used to marvel at the resiliency of my friend Matt's Odyssey 2 system. I don't remember how many games he had, but it wasn't many. What I do remember, though, was that we had a good bit of fun dragging a screwdriver across the underside of the motherboard while the system was on to see what popped up on the TV.

Some time back I picked up one of these inspired by those fond memories, and have enjoyed the system. Unfortunately, there are some problems with the sound or RF unit it seems. It's been awhile, but I recall modding the system so it had a mono sound output accessible via a standard RCA plug. Unfortunately, it seems a bit loud and somewhat distorted. Need to do something about that.

There are a few nice games for the system. Also, the voice synthesis unit, aptly called "The Voice" sounds good, and the aesthetic blends well with the base system. However, unlike the IntelliVoice, the voice games for Odyssey2 are still fully playable without The Voice.

Or, should I say, The Voice! What was the deal with the exclamation points! For the name of every game! Even! Parts! Of! Games!



Title Item No. Manual Vendor Rarity Notes
Atlantis Box Atlantis IO 2203 Yes

Imagic

U2Black box; still shrinkwrapped; perfect condition
Demon Attack Box Demon Attack I0 2200 Yes

Imagic

U2Very nice shape; black box
Popeye Box Popeye 06 AV 9484 Yes

Parker Brothers

U2Brazilian version; has Philips logo in addition to Parker Brothers; rather than a cardboard box, game is in plastic flip-up container
Super Cobra Box Super Cobra 06 AV 9486 Yes

Parker Brothers

C1Brazilian version; has Philips logo in addition to Parker Brothers; rather than a cardboard box, game is in plastic flip-up container
Alien Invaders–Plus! Box Alien Invaders–Plus! AA9428 Yes

Magnavox

C3A twist on the classic Space Invaders
Football! Cartridge (no box) Football! AJ9402 Yes

Magnavox

C2Looks better than Atari VCS' Football, but pales compared to Intellivision's
Invaders from Hyperspace! Box Invaders from Hyperspace! AK9414 Yes

Magnavox

C3Two players compete to defeat the invaders from hyperspace
K.C. Munchkin! Box K.C. Munchkin! AC9435 Yes

Magnavox

C3One of the stars of the platform, a great Pac-Man style game, but Atari sued to snuff it (were they thatembarrassed by how bad their Pac-Man port looked in comparison; orange copyright text on label
K.C.'s Krazy Chase! Box K.C.'s Krazy Chase! AC9442 Yes

Magnavox

C2Sequel of sorts to K.C. Munchkin! with a Centipede, er, Dratapillar twist; voice enhanced; pretty nice shape
Smithereens! Box Smithereens! AC9441 Yes

Magnavox

C1Voice enhanced game; box is pretty loosey-goosey; catapult type game
Speedway! / Spin-Out! / Crypto-Logic! Box Speedway! / Spin-Out! / Crypto-Logic! AC9400 Yes

Magnavox

C3Two racing games and ... a puzzler; odd combination; excellent condition
The Quest for the Rings Box The Quest for the Rings AC9429 Yes

Magnavox

C1Absolutely love the intent behind this game, exploiting the keyboard and bringing board game elements into videogames; haven't played enough, but the packaging and concept are wonderful; complete as far as I can tell, but the box does have some wear
UFO! Box UFO! AB9430 Yes

Magnavox

C2Pretty fun little shooter; box corners are taped