APF Imagination Machine

APF Imagination Machine

The APF Imagination Machine is a combination home video game console and computer system released by APF Electronics Inc. in late 1979. It was composed of two separate components, the APF-M1000 game system, and an add on docking bay with full sized...

Catena

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APF Imagination Machine - 1978

A game of skill and challenge designed for the whole family to play. Play ends when every square is occupied. The winner is the one with the majority of squares in his color. The game board is constructed of 64 squares. After the board is laid out, each player than takes a turn, making one move for each turn.

Hangman / Tic-Tac-Toe / Doodle

Hangman / Tic-Tac-Toe / Doodle

APF Imagination Machine - 1978

This cartridge offers 3 games: Hangman Classic Hangman videogame, though this one might be the first of its genre on a console along with Hangman for the Atari VCS 2600, and Hangman for the Channel F released the same year (1978). Maybe there was even earlier versions on computer systems, but no proof has been found yet. This version for the APF M1000 offers many options and a has built-in vocabulary! Options include: from 1 to 4 player games, 3 to 6 letter words, 7 to 10 letter words or 3 to 10 letter words; and you can of course enter your own words. Tic Tac...

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