Bop It is an electronic game of physical skill, marketed by Hasbro in which a single player responds to audible commands with the correct of several actions. This game can be seen as a variation on the hit game, Simon. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bop It"
Electronic Quarterback was a handheld electronic game made by Coleco in 1978. It was powered by a 9 volt battery or an AC adaptor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Electronic Quarterback"
The iQuest is a device used for answering trivia questions developed by Leapfrog Enterprises. The device uses solid state cartridges to save data. ...more on Wikipedia about "IQuest"
Lights Out is an electronic puzzle game, originally created by Hasbro. The game is a 5x5 grid of lights, and when the game starts, a sequence of these lights (random, or one of a set of stored puzzle patterns) are switched on. Pressing one of the lights will toggle it and the four adjacent lights between on and off. The aim of the game is to switch all the lights off. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lights Out (game)"
Merlin (sometimes known as Merlin, the Electronic Wizard) was a handheld electronic game first made by Parker Brothers in 1978. Merlin is notable as one of the earliest and most popular handheld games, selling over 5 million units during its initial run, as well as one of the most long-lived, remaining popular throughout the 1980s. A version of the game has been recently re-released by the Milton Bradley Company. ...more on Wikipedia about "Merlin (game)"
Simon is an electronic game. It was launched in 1978 at Studio 54 in New York and became an immediate success. The brainchild of electronic inventor Ralph Baer (who had developed the first home video game console, the Magnavox Odyssey, in 1972), and manufactured and distributed by Milton Bradley, Simon went on to become a pop culture symbol of the 1980s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Simon (game)"
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