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[[Image:Entex Adventure Vision logo.png|480px|center]]
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''"The state-of-the-art for '82 — and beyond."''
 
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Uh, Adventure what? Indeed, this is a very obscure system. It is a tabletop console (like a mini arcade), made interesting by its unique display: a red LED strip and a spinning mirror projected the image onto the screen, a technology very similar to the [[Virtual Boy]]. It was not a bad hardware for the time, except the picture quality was terrible (wobbly, flickering, and monochrome), and its library consisted of only four games, all arcade ports.
 
Uh, Adventure what? Indeed, this is a very obscure system. It is a tabletop console (like a mini arcade), made interesting by its unique display: a red LED strip and a spinning mirror projected the image onto the screen, a technology very similar to the [[Virtual Boy]]. It was not a bad hardware for the time, except the picture quality was terrible (wobbly, flickering, and monochrome), and its library consisted of only four games, all arcade ports.
   
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