We currently have 206 games consoles in our collection. While it isn't a exhaustive list, it is a good approximation of what we have here at the Centre for Computing History. If you have something which you would like to donate to us, please head to our donation page for information.
Entertainment Computer System - NASA NS-90AP
Made in Taiwan
Sands C-2500 UHF Color TV Game Console
A pong type console manufactured by Sands (Taiwan) 1977
It includes 4 games with joysticks Tennis, Football, Squash solo and Squash
Amateur & Professional modes with variable ball speed
Grandstand 5000 Deluxe
"Colour video sports centre with remote control handsets - 10 exciting fun games with electronic console control"
A standard pong-style games console.
TV Boy II
The TV Boy II is an unlicensed clone of the Atari 2600 hardware.
Pandora Game Console
The Pandora is a handheld game console and mobile personal computer designed to take advantage of existing Free and open-source software and to be a target for homebrew development.
RST Television Game
This games console allows you to play Pong-type games onm your television.
Zone Wireless Gaming
This anonymous gaming system is styled after the Nintendo Wii, but is considerably lower-specced - the games are all built-in and clearly 16-bit.
This LCD game is styled to look like a Nintendo GameBoy.
ARGO Ultra 8-bit Video Game
Despite being styled like a Nintendo 64, this console is a clone of the NES.
The N-Joypad is a Nintendo Entertainment System clone manufactured by the Hong Kong-based company ABL, which is different from other clones because it does not use cartridges, instead relying on "compact discs" (which are actually pieces of plastic) of different size.
Adman Grandstand (Fairchild Channel-F) Video Entertainment Computer
The Fairchild Channel F is a game console released by Fairchild Semiconductor in August 1976 at the retail price of $169.
Maplin Sportsman ^Pong^ Games Console with two hand control units.
After Atari launched its famous Pong in 1975, the world was flooded with imitations.
The Nintendo DS (NDS or DS, and the iQue DS in China) is a handheld game console developed and manufactured by Nintendo, Released Worldwide in 2005, the Nintendo DS is distinguishable by its LCD dual screen, with the bottom screen being a touch screen, The Nintendo DS also features a Built-in Microphone and supports wireless IEEE 802.
Nintendo Super Famicom Jr
Sega Master System II
Sega Mega Drive
Originally known at VR-SHOOTER, the Sega Lock-On was a little known laser tag game developed by Sega and originally released in 1992.