Channel F (built-in games Hockey / Tennis)

Fairchild's Channel F console comes with two built-in games. Those two games are: Hockey Hockey is an extended version of the Pong concept. Two players try to get the ball to land in their opponent's goal. The paddles can be moved not only up and...

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Name Channel F (built-in games Hockey / Tennis)
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Channel F (included games)
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Platform Fairchild Channel F
Release Date November 1, 1979
Game Type Released
ESRB
Developers Fairchild Semiconductor
Publishers Fairchild Semiconductor
Genres Action, Sports
Max Players 2
Cooperative No
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Video Link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xc3NOzNj35w
Overview
Fairchild's Channel F console comes with two built-in games. Those two games are: Hockey Hockey is an extended version of the Pong concept. Two players try to get the ball to land in their opponent's goal. The paddles can be moved not only up and down, but all across the playfield. They can even be tilted to have the ball reflect in another direction. In addition to the main paddles, both players also have a special goal keeper paddle that they can move up and down between the poles. There are four ball speeds to choose from. Matches end when either one of the players reaches a score of 15, or after a time limit of 2, 5, 10, or 20 minutes. If the game ends in a tie, the players can decide to play 1 minute of overtime. Tennis Tennis, is a simple Pong variant. Two players compete by passing back and forth a ball with paddles. If a player misses the ball, his opponent gets a point. In Tennis, the players can choose from 4 different game speeds. A round can be configured to end as soon as one player reaches a score of 15, or after a time limit of 2, 5, 10, or 20 minutes.
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