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The electronic games "great classics" analyzed in jeux et stratégie:

    Marque Game Year J&S Price Comments
Fidelity Chess Challenger 1978 xxx ? Presented in the magazine hors serie Science et Vie "les jeux de réflexion" (sept 1978). The first and best small machine to play chess. Do not expect to face a champion. We are waiting for new releases announced from Chess Challenger and from its weaker competitor compuchess. We are also waiting for the French import of Boris
Fidelity Rexton Bridge Challenger 1980 N° 1 3000F high price, poor performances
Tryom OMAR II (Backgammon) 1980 N° 1 700F good price; for a beginner or an average player; no possibility to enter a position
Fidelity Rexton Checker Challenger 1980 N° 1 1200F strong player with answers fast enough (as an average 1 mn 30) at the level 4 but the price is a bit to high
Fidelity Rexton Chess Challenger 7 1980 N° 1 1000F our preferred device, due to a good value for the price
Fidelity Rexton Chess Challenger Voice 1980 N° 1 3000F to expensive, the best machine available today on the market, but why are the black squares marbled ?
Chafitz Boris Diplomat 1980 N° 1 1000F Weak player, awful design
Chafitz Boris Master 1980 N° 1 2200F A lot weaker than Chess Challenger, to expensive
Chafitz Sargon 2.5 / Auto-Response Board 1980 N° 2 3000F / 6000F Sargon 2.5 is clearly above any other existing game. The rich players will discover with pleasure the luxury electronic chess game from Chafitz: the Auto Response Board, a luxury wooden machine
Scisys Chess Traveler 1980 N° 4 700F It can not compete with Sargon 2.5 but it seems to be enough for most of the players. Last advantage: the price.
? Electronic Chess 1980 N° 4 ? Not bigger as an electronic calculator, weak game
Fidelity Rexton Chess Challenger 8 1980 N° 5 1600F Similar level as Chess challenger 7 but to move a piece, you push the starting and ending square . Price: 1600F - inside an attaché-case.
Fidelity Rexton Sensory Chess Challenger Voice 1980 N° 5 3500F Similar level as chess challenger Voice. It has 64 great games played by champions in memory. 64 opening lines 18 to 23 moves deep: impressing !
Fidelity Rexton Bridge Challenger 1980 N° 5 0 The Bridges Challenger bought before the 1st of June, 1980 Will be upgraded for free after the 1st October
Applied Concepts Handroid 1980 N° 6 10 000F A robot moving its pieces itself ! Spectaculaire ! It is programmed with the famous Sargon 2.5
Tsukuda / Dujardin Othello 1980 N° 6 800 F This first electronic Othello should give satisfaction to beginners and average players. Good price. To bad that it's not possible to take back a weak move.
Hegener & Glaser Mephisto 1981 N° 7 2000 F This little black devil will take place in the best current machines. With fast levels, Sargon 2.5 is better but with a tournament level, the 2 machines have a similar level. Can find a mate in 4. A good value for the money
Fidelity Rexton Bridge Challenger II 1981 N° 7 ? bridge Challenger II is a lot better than the number 1 but it is still far away from an expert and teacher level: it's an average player with quality and weaknesses.
Tejax Goren Bridgemaster 1981 N° 7 ? It makes some mistakes in bidding and openings. It's a modular concept. I hope the programmer will fix the errors like inappropriate Stayman.
Fidelity Rexton Champion Sensory Chess Challenger 1981 N° 8 et 12 4000F New high level machine. The prototype won the championship in San José and in London. It plays like the Sensory Chess Voice but with a stronger program.
Fidelity Rexton Mini Sensory Chess Challenger 1981 N° 8 et 23 650F Cheap travel game
Applied concepts / Double R Great Game Machine: Odin (othello) / Borcheck (Checkers) / Las vegas (Black Jack) / Kriegspiel 1981 N° 8 et 9 et 12 3000F Each game is presented like an independent device or a module for the great game machine. Except Odin, the 3 other modules are not of high interest. The Othello program is clearly a good one. The price is 3000F With one module and 1000F for each other module. Each dedicated machine costs only 2000F.
Applied concepts / Double R Great Game Machine: Grünfeld / Morphy / Capablanca 1981 N° 8 et 9 3000F The great game machine can also include the Sargon 2.5 successor: Grünfeld (openings), Morphy (middle) and Capablanca (finales) - but today, only Morphy is available - it is clearly batter than Sargon 2.5. Each dedicated machine costs only 2000F. It's a good price for Morphy.
Novag Micro chess 1981 N° 8 et 11 790F travel game - errors in the program
Novag Mychess (24K) 1981 N° 8 ? Very good program
Novag Savant 1981 N° 8 et 12 4000F High technology: unusual sensor LCD screen: you just have to touch the starting and the ending square on the screen. The opening library is big and well made. It can solve the mate in 7. Some weaknesses in finales.
Novag Robot adversary 1981 N° 8 ? Superb. A full automat clearly better than the Handroid in gameplay and aesthetic.
Mattel Backgammon, Echecs et Rami 1981 N° 8 et 13 500F 3 little pretty devices. The backgammon Computer is the best of its category. To have fun, not to have a sparing partner.
? Skat Champion 1981 N° 9 ? This computer have many qualities. The user manual is only in German. It is not distributed in France. We like it a lot.
Novag Partner 2000 1981 10 900F A semi Sensory system with 8 levels - weak.
SciSys Super System V 1981 12 4000F A great amount of technical possibilities. The best for tactical analysis but the opening library is not sufficient and it's to weak in finales. A sensitive chessboard is available as an option for 2000F. Without it, it's necessary to use the keyboard to indicate the moves.
Fidelity Rexton Dame Challenger 1981 12 1700F French Dames. For the tactical aspects, the machine plays well. It also has an opening library. On the strategic aspects and for finales, this program has some weaknesses. An interesting product.
Fidelity Rexton Reversi Challenger (Othello) 1981 12 1800F Compared to Odin, we preferred a little bit Reversi Challenger, nice to use and with a better level
Fidelity Rexton Chess Challenger Sensory 9 1982 16 2500F He is clearly better than the Champion and any other chess computer available on the market except the Elite. It has a slower but similar program than the Elite. A real player, and a good one !
Fidelity Rexton Elite 1982 16 8000F The best
? Bridge Duplicate 1982 18 2950F Use a little portable terminal where the cards are displayed. Better game quality as the Bridge Challenger III. Good bidder but not so good for the card playing level. Sold 2950F with one terminal and 650F for each other terminal.
Hegener & Glaser Mephisto 2S 1982 N° 18 et 23 2650 F Faster processor as the Mephisto 2. Level similar to the Sensory 9. Not so good tactically but better position principles and a good opening library that seems to be build to win against the Sensory 9
Hegener & Glaser Mephisto Junior 1982 N° 18 et 23 1000 F For the less strong and less fortunate players. Program level similar to the Mephisto I and the Chess Challenger 6. Best program for that price
Conchess Escorter / Amabassador / Monarch 1982 N° 18 et 23 2400F / 2990F / 4000F Swedish program - 2nd in the 1981 world Championship after the Elite. Escorter is made of plastic, Ambassador is in wood 38x38cm and Monarch in marquetry 53x53cm. Very good user comfort, without equivalent for that price. Weak in opening
Fidelity Rexton Opening module for SC9 1982 18 1000F An opening module for the Chess Challenger 9: 1345 beginnings with an average deep of 20 moves. Better than any kind of book !
Fidelity Rexton Prestige 1983 N° 19 et 23 14 000F The best program available on the market: the Elite in the "Auto Response Board" device. A dream machine: The most beautiful, the stronger, the most expensive
Milton Bradley MB Electronic Grand Master 1983 19 5000F The machine that moves its pieces alone. The robotic fans will not resist. The program is not one of the best.
Novag Micro Chess II 1983 23 700F Small and beautiful.
Applied Concepts prodigy 1983 23 1950F For travelling. program Morphy out of date, especially in finales
SciSys Chess Traveller (LCD) 1983 23 900F To expensive for a weak level.
SciSys Junior Chess 1983 23 350F Cheap - that's all.
SciSys Travel Mate 1983 23 495F Small but weak level.
SciSys Travel Sensory Chess 1983 23 750F Small but weak level.
SciSys Chess Companion 1983 23 990F Correct for the price. Sensory board nice to use
SciSys President 1983 23 2990F Interesting; but the sensory board is not working well.
SciSys Philidor 1983 23 5900F Good in problems solving. Good opening library (enhanced Super System V)
Mattel Computer Chess 1981 23 600F small and nice device. The programming of positions is to complex.
Novag Constellation 1983 23 1990F Very strong. Nice. Very good value for the price
France Double R Régence 1983 23 3900F Auto response board nice, easy to use, but the program has some weaknesses.
Fidelity Chess super 9 1983 23 3500F very good, not far from the bests
Fidelity Elite A/S 1983 24 5700F Very good and expensive, so the name Elite was well chosen. A nice wooden board of 40x40 cm. Processor slower than the prestige.
Fidelity Electronics New Chess Challenger Sensory 9 1984 26 2400F New program and faster processor (2MHz instead of 1,5 MHz). The external design remains the same.
Hegener & Glaser Mephisto 3 1984 26 3100F Programmer Thomas Nitsche. Similar to the 2S. Disappointing. Correct with higher levels but does mistakes at faster levels Price in modular: 3500F, in Exclusive 4300F, in "ESB 6000" 6000F
SciSys Superstar 1984 26 2500F Replace the President. Good results but weak in finales. Programmed by the former junior World chess champion Julio Kaplan
CXG Chess 2001 1984 26 2600F Program from the team of David Levy. Plastic auto response board. Good opening library and mid game level but weak in finales
Conchess Opening module 1984 26 550F Fix the biggest weakness of the Conchess
Fidelity Electronics Elite A/S 2/B> 1984 27 8700F New program and faster processor (3,58MHz instead of 3MHz). The external design looks similar. Unjustified price increase
Fidelity Electronics Chess super 9 de luxe 1984 27 4500F Same program as the Elite A/S.
Fidelity Electronics Chess Challenger 12 1984 29 4450F Nice design with wooden frame but price to expensive. Program similar to the Elite A/S 2 with a slower processor (3MHz)
Novag Constellation 3.6 1984 29 2250F best value for the price on the market. Minor enhancements of the Constellation program and 80% faster. Very good in mid game combinations.
Fidelity Electronics Bridge Challenger III 1984 29 ? Major progress compared to the Bridge Challenger II. But we could have expected more after 3 years.
? Multi bridge 1984 29 ? Small and cheap electronic game delivered with a series of 24 card deals.
Novag Super Constellation 1984 30 4250F It takes the first rank to the Elite A/S 2. But the design is disappointing: no auto-response board. It's possible to add in the memory 2000 openings move to the 20000 already included. Very good work made by the programmer David Kittinger
Fidelity Elegance Chess Challenger 1985 31 5600F The answer from Cate et Dan Spracklen to the Super Constellation: nice Elite A/S design without LCD screen in 26x26cm. But it is weaker as the Super Constellation.
Conchess modules P, C, H 1985 32 1250, 2200, 4000F H - very fast 4MHz, C: new program and new processor, P: new program using the old processor. Very strong tactically and for Blitz games
SciSys Turbostar 1985 32 2990F Programmed by the former junior World chess champion Julio Kaplan. Very strong tactically. Interesting for good players who find the super constellation to expensive
Fidelity Electronics Elite A/S 3/B> 1985 33 7500F Best opening library. New program and faster processor (4 MHz instead of 3,58 MHz). The external design is the same. It's a bit expensive !
Hegener & Glaser Mephisto Mobil 1985 33 1650F The nice pocket chess computer. Similar to the 2S 30% faster in a device with a useful size. A respectable player but it does not make miracles.
Hegener & Glaser Mephisto Blitz 1985 34 3500F/4500F The Conchess program from the Swedish Olf Rathsman in the modular auto-response board (plastic) or exclusive (wood). One of the best program available in the market. 3,7 MHz Processor. A last question: is there still a plan for the Mephisto 4 following the Mephisto 3 with strategic ideas and a tactical strength ?
Fidelity Electronics Elite A/S 5 MHz 1985 35 7500F Faster processor
Fidelity Electronics Excellence 1985 35 2500F Successor of the Sensory 9. Stronger program similar to the Elite A/S. 3MHz clock. But there is no more one led per square.
Hegener & Glaser Mephisto Exclusive 16 bits 1985 36 12500F Program from the English Richard Lang - new world number 1
Hegener & Glaser Mephisto Exclusive 2 1985 36 4500F program from the Swedish Ulf Rathmann (Blitz program variant). Available as modular chessboard for 3000F.
Hegener & Glaser Mephisto mondial 1985 36 1900F Program from F. Morsch - level similar to the Sensory 9 and constellation. A good value for the price. Weak in finales.
Hegener & Glaser Mephisto Amsterdam 16 bits 1986 37 12500F Program from the English Richard Lang - new world number 1 - estimated: 1950 ELO The Rolls Royce of the chess computers.
Novag Constellation Expert 1986 37 5750F Very nice auto-response board manufactured in the same factory as the Mephisto Exclusive. without display. tactically good and aggressive. A lot less expensive and a bit weaker than the Mephisto Amsterdam.
Fidelity Electronics Elite Avant-Garde 1986 38 8500F Level in progress. A bit weaker than the Mephisto Amsterdam. Elite A/S design with two displays. So it's possible to play a "double clock blitz".
Novag Constellation Quattro 1986 41 2000F Successor of the Constellation 3.6. Mid market device.
Fidelity Electronics Par Excellence 1986 42 3000F A lot stronger than the Excellence. 32K program better as the Elite Avant Garde for a low cost. 5MHz clock. Opening library of 6000 moves. The absolute weapon in the chess computers !
Novag Constellation Forte 1986 43 3500F Very fast 5MHz clock, 64K ROM (2x the par excellence). 20000 moves in the opening library. Tactically strong and major progress in finales. program adjusted by David Kittinger. level similar to the Fidelity Par Excellence.
Hegener & Glaser Mephisto Mobil Rebell 5.0 1987 44 3000F A good surprise: the Danish program Rebell in the Mephisto Mobil design is a good idea from H&G. Very good level in a pocket design, probably better as 1800 ELO. Interesting opening library, strong tactical force but weak in finales. Programmer Ed Schröder. Expensive price for a pocket chess computer.
Hegener & Glaser Mephisto Exclusive Dallas 16 bits 1987 45 10000F Very similar to the Mephisto Amsterdam.
Hegener & Glaser Mephisto Super mondial 1987 45 3000F Program from F. Morsch - 4MHz clock. Good level except in finales
Hegener & Glaser Mephisto München Dallas 32 bits 1987 46 18000F Processor Motorola 68020 / 14 MHz : 2,2 time faster as the 16 bits. program not far from 2000 Elo. For very rich collectors
SciSys Leonardo 1987 46 4000F A tribute to Leonardo Di Bona. Weak basic module. Maestro module stronger and available as 4 and 6 MHz. Nice wooden auto-response board 52x52 cm. But without display and without one led per square. Programmer: Julio Kaplan. It may be connected to a PC. Average price for a very nice device. 4000F but the Maestro module cost is 1200F as 6MHz and 1000F as 4 MHz.
Novag Constellation Forte B 1987 47 3500F Significant progress in mid game. David Kittinger worked well ! The Forte B should be evaluated around 1900 Elo (50 more as the Forte)
Fidelity Electronics Excel 68000 and Mach 2 1987 48 4000F / 5500F The price is a good surprise but the design is old (similar to the Sensory 9 with one Led display). Level similar to the "par excellence". Better in finales thanks to the use of Hash Tables. The Excel Mach II is similar with more Hash Tables.
Hegener & Glaser Mephisto Exclusive MM IV 1987 48 5000F Programmer Ed Shröder. Very good tactically in mid game. The Rebel weaknesses in finales were fixed. The opening library was rebuild. Its's a good 8 bit program not far from the 16 bits Mephisto Dallas.
Saitek Pro-Bridge 100 1987 48 800F Cheap but weak.
Saitek Pocket Chess 1987 48 290F Really cheap. Nice, practical, but weak.
Saitek Kasparov plus 1987 48 480F Same program as the pocket chess with 8 pre-programmed positions. Curious idea to give the name of a World Champion to a low level program.
SciSys MK 10 1987 48 675F Same program as the pocket chess. What is the reason to pay more ?
Saitek MK 12 1987 48 750F Same program as the Kasparov plus. Level to weak for the price
Saitek Express 16K 1987 48 920F Travel game. A success. A nice device that plays properly.
Saitek Kasparov Companion 3 1987 48 1100F The Express 16K pas table top.
Saitek Kasparov Turbo 16K 1987 48 1400F Express 16K with a 50% faster processor.
Saitek Astral 1987 48 1600F Turbo 16K with a nice wooden frame in a plastic auto-response board.
Saitek Kasparov turbo S 24K 1987 48 1950F Same as Turbo 16K. The 8K extra are for the "take back" function and to program his own opening library on top the 5000 already existing ones. Nice but weak for the price.
Novag Piccolo 1987 48 450F Travel game. Weak level, but correct for 450F. It can solve only mate in 2
Novag Octo 1987 48 600F Same as Piccolo with a semi-sensory board.
Novag Solo 1987 48 900F The world record for small size in chess computers. Same program as the Piccolo. Expensive for a weak program... but it is so cute
Novag Accord 1987 48 1150F Bad value for the price.
Novag VIP 1987 48 1300F Very nice calculator that plays well. Good value for the price
Novag Primo 1987 48 1400F Same as VIP with a semi-sensory board.
CXG Advanced Star Chess / Star Mini 1987 48 850F strong for the price
CXG Computachess III ou Stratčge 1987 48 950F Not interesting - weak level
CXG Crown 1987 48 980F Same as Computachess. 2 other functions: Hint and Multi Move
CXG Super Crown 1987 48 1350F Same program as the Advanced Star Chess in a brown Crown design. Good for the price.
CXG Super Enterprise / Harmony 1987 48 1500F Same as Super Crown with a replay function and 2 clocks. Around 1700 ELO and not 2100 as written in the user manual. Not so bad for 1500F.
Hegener & Glaser Mephisto Europa / Monaco / Marco Polo 1988 49 1000F Mephisto made in Hong Kong. Same program and same price. Monaco and Marco Polo are 2 travel games with pieces to small. Europa has a better design.
Hegener & Glaser Mephisto München Rome 16 et 32 bits 1988 49 13000F / 20000F Richard Lang is missing ideas to improve the program. Very small ELO differences between 1986 and 1987.But more functions: handicap levels for weak players. Mate in 10 11 and 12 (Amsterdam was limited to the mate in 9). Analyse depth up to 20 moves
Novag Constellation Super Expert 1988 50 6500F The nice auto-response board of the Constellation expert. 6502 / 5 MHz processor. 96Kb ROM (compared to 64 for the Forte A and B). A good third of the extra 32Kb are used for the opening library improved from 20000 to 32000 moves. Programmer David Kittinger. The program is getting old compared to the Mephisto from Richard Lang and the hashtables in the Excel 68000 of Cathe et Dan Spracklen. Good in combinations. Good price for its possibilities
Saitek Stratos 1988 51 3000F A nice wooden frame around a semi-sensory board. 64Kb ROM and 16Kb RAM. 6502C / 6MHz processor. Very good program derived from the Leonardo Maestro 6 MHz (around 1850 Elo) inside a nice design. Still a bit weak in finales.
Saitek Turbo King 1988 51 2200F Stratos program on a slower processor (5MHz). Level similar to the Par Excellence and the Constellation Forte
Saitek Module Analyst pour Leonardo 1988 51 2300F New program from Julio Kaplan for the Leonardo. The module costs 1200F in 4MHz, 1500F in 6MHz and 2300F in 8MHz. Real progress in finales. It's not able to beat the Mephisto 16 or 32 bits but it's not so far and it shows that game modularity is not only a concept. The modules are affordable.
Fidelity Electronics Excel 68000 Los Angeles 1988 52 5500F the Best Chess Computer of a machines / players turnier in Los Angeles. With a US rating of 2200 Elo. In any game aspect, it's better than the Excel Mach 2. the first Fidelity Electronics Computer Chess above 1900 Swedish ELO.
Novag Super Forte 1988 52 3600F David Kittinger added some improvements to the Super Expert. It's not far from 1900 Elo. A faster release (6MHz instead of 5) is available for around 4000F.
Hegener & Glaser Mephisto Mega IV 1988 53 3900F Sold everywhere except Germany. Similar design as the Super Mondial. program from Ed Schröder. A bit better than the MM IV. Good price for the market of performance.
Fidelity Electronics Excel Mach III 1988 N° 53 55 56 6000F Limited availability of 2500 numbered devices. A tiger in a soap box. The Chess Challenger letters are of gold colour (instead of red). 16 bits / 16 MHz processor. More than 2000 Elo. 64Ko of Hash Tables. A good price for such a powerful computer chess.
Saitek Electronic Dames 1988 54 800F French Dames 10x10. Nice design. It's not the level of a good club player but it helps to progress. Blind program in the long term view. Good tactical level. Good price.
Novag Escort 1988 54 300F Novag Solo integrated in a travel chess. A success for the design and the small size. But the program is very weak.
Novag Alto 1988 54 1100F Nice design. Rated around 1600 Elo. Wooden colour not very nice.
Novag Supremo 1988 54 1750F Nice semi-sensory board black and silver. A program not easy to beat. A good success for a correct price. program derived from the Super Constellation with less opening and finales algorithms. One of the best value for the money in the market.
Saitek Cavalier 1988 54 950F Travel game. Replaced the Express 16K with similar design. A good product.
Saitek Team Mate 1988 54 1200F Same product as the Cavalier inside a table top chessboard.
Saitek Conquistador 1988 54 1500F
Fidelity Electronics Designer 1500 1988 54 1500F Nice design but with the Chess Challenger 8 program. We do not understand why Fidelity did not chose a better program for such a low price computer chess.
Fidelity Electronics Designer 2000 1988 54 2150F Fidelity Excellence program. It's still a good program.
Fidelity Electronics Designer 2100 1988 54 2800F Fidelity Par Excellence program. For that price, it's possible to find wooden chessboard with a similar level.
Saitek Kasparov Simultano 1989 55 2500F It's possible to play simultaneous game (8 max). To the right is a LCD display showing the current position. A very nice function. It can also display the evaluated function, the search depth, the time, the next positions evaluated. Very useful. program derived from the Turbo King with 1800 ELO. A good value for the money.
CXG Sphinx Junior 1989 56 500F Nice but oldies. The moves are entered via the keyboard.
Hegener & Glaser Mephisto München Almeria 16 et 32 bits 1989 57 13000F / 18000F New program of Richard Lang. Significant progress. Openings: 60000 moves instead of 40000 on the Rome. A lot of diversity and original strategies. Mate in 16. Finales with Hash Tables (1024Kb on the 32 bits and 512 Kb on the 16). The best chess computers in the world and it has a price. Bad value for the money.
CXG Sphinx Dominator 1989 58 2500F Strong and nice. Good in tactics, average in finales. Rated around 1900 ELO. Very good program from Franz Mors (who made the Mephisto Mondial and Super Mondial).
Yeno Yeno 532 XL 1989 59 1200F French trademark. Very good level, around 1850 Elo. program from Ulf Rathman that was inside the Conchess and the Mephisto MM II. 32K of program running at 4MHz. 1200F, it's nothing for such a quality.
Gakken Backgammon 1989 59 1600F Very weak level.

   The last article on Computer Chess was published in the N°59, short before the end of the magazine.

   The story of the chess computers is almost written.

      - The Excel Mach III is one of the last Fidelity models.
      - Mephisto will continue during some time 3 main series:
         The world champion programs, very expensive, sometime available in a cheaper design (like the Mephisto milano pro)
         the mid class serie MM IV (Polgar, MM V, MM VI) inside auto-response boards Exclusive.
         cheaper models made in Hong Kong.
      - Saitek will lead the market mainly with weak and low cost chess computers and then will buy Mephisto for the higher level with the Mephisto Chess Challenger, master chess and Exclusive Kasparov
      - Novag will maintain a very high level program in the calculator package of the VIP: the Ruby, Saphhire and Saphhire II, replaced recently by a pocket PC design: the Star Sapphire. Novag is still today proposing high level programs for an average price with the Star Diamond (and the Obsidian as mid level).

   After 1990, The PC power increased and the best players slowly left the dedicated machines.

the electronic boardgames in the magazine jeux et stratégie:

    Trademark Game Year J&S Price Comments
Ideal Electronic detective 1980 N° 3 400F An electronic "cluedo". The electronic gives a real added value to the game. For young players interested in logical and electronic aspects. To expensive.
Miro Anti Gang 1980 N° 4 400F the players try to find the thief with the help of sounds. Nice design. To expensive
Ideal The generals 1980 N° 6 ? Electronic variant of the Stratego - No player knows exactly the level of the fighting force. - We liked it a lot
Nathan mega 10000 1981 N° 7 ? The electronic should be better use in game design. It's here only to answer "yes or no" to questions - we don't like it at all
Mattel Electronic Labyrinth Donjons et Dragons 1981 N° 12 ? This labyrinth game only took the name of Dungeons et Dragons and is not at all a Role Playing game. I did have real difficulty to to get my first treasure out of the Dragon's hands ! A nice game but we were not convinced. We liked it a little bit.
Mattel Donjons et Dragons Computer Fantasy Game 1982 N° 18 ? A 24x36 mm LCD screen and three keys: direction, movement, attack. A nice game. But the Role Playing Gamers will not appreciate it compared to the real one.
Miro Sector 1983 N° 22 ? The best computer specialized in submarine fighting.