Bit Museum #2: TV-Less Gaming in the Early 1980’s

You’re a kid in the early 80’s and you are ready to settle down in your plaid sofa with a bowl of Count Chocula in your favorite Dukes of Hazard bowl. But wouldn’t you know it…Dad’s beat you to the TV is already into Barney Miller. You could never pry him away from anything with Abe Vigoda.
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What’s a Neomaxizoomdweebie like you to do? Thankfully electronics engineer Jay Smith’s wacky TV-Less consoles were around to help you get through the misery. Jason Cirillo gives you the dirty low-down on these weird game consoles.

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3 Responses to Bit Museum #2: TV-Less Gaming in the Early 1980’s

  1. pr0vidence says:

    Thank god. I thought I was the only one that used to set up a TV and an NES to play while I was in the crapper. This pretty much validates my entire life.

    Nice ‘hawk.

  2. Debbus says:

    That’s one crazy office! Love the show.

  3. floyd says:

    so wait, you guys just play games all day….
    you finally have some friends over besides the cauliflower guy. (he looks a lot like this drummer in this band i saw once.)
    what?

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