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Re: Videoway device
« on: July 16, 2016, 06:49:27 am »
This must have been an interesting device to have in the mid-90s...
This thing looks a bit like a VCR :

Like i said in another thread, plgDavid disassembled it and found a 6809 processor.
So it really is an 8-bit computer/console...
My guess is that the games would simply be load up entirely in the RAM.
A Colecovision game can be up to 32kb so i'm guessing the videoway has around 64k of RAM or something.

Do you guys still have it though ?
Apparently, they are pretty rare now because it was only available for rentals.

I doubt you can do much with it now other than stealing the 6809 processor to put it in a CoCo...

Still, that's some kickass retro games there !
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