Good condition Fun With Numbers (1977) for the RCA Studio II. Game is Complete In Box (CIB) and comes with original box and manual.
The RCA Studio II is an uncommon oddball console that only a true Retro Gamer could love. It had rudimentary graphics and very primitive sound capabilities. The system was quickly made obsolete shortly after it debuted as the Atari 2600 was far superior.
The RCA Studio II was released in 1977 and was one of the first commercially available game consoles to have interchangeable cartridges. It wasn't the first system to have true cartridge capabilities though; that honor goes to the 1976 Fairchild Channel F.
The RCA Studio II used a switchbox that combined RF video with DC power like the original model Atari 5200; a funky and potentially disastrous combination indeed. Also the system had no joystick jacks as the controllers were built in the console.
Game has been thoroughly cleaned plus tested and is guaranteed to be working. If you have any questions about this item then please don't hesitate to ask.
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Console: RCA Studio II
Part #: 18V401
Controller: Standard Controller
Media Format: Cartridge