The Creativision was a console produced by VTech in the early 80s. It was their only system made for regular games, rather than educational titles. Its controllers had enough buttons so that, when put together, they formed an absolutely terrible keyboard, and it was compatible with a number of add-ons (such as parallel I/O, cassette, and printer interfaces) to make it a full-fledged home computer. VTech eventually released the Laser 2001, an actual computer based on its hardware and almost fully compatible.
This system was sold mainly in Europe, South Africa, Israel (as Educat 2002), Australia and New Zealand (as Dick Smith Wizzard), and Japan. It was also sold as FunVision and Hanimex Rameses. Only 18 games were released for it, mostly ripoffs of popular arcades at the time.
|Consoles||Emerson Arcadia 2001 - Atari 2600 - Atari 5200 - Epoch Cassete Vision - ColecoVision - Fairchild Channel F - Mattel Intellivision - Magnavox Odyssey² - Bally Professional Arcade - Sega SG-1000 - RCA Studio II - Interton VC 4000 - Milton Bradley Vectrex|
|Handhelds||Entex Adventure Vision - Nintendo Game & Watch - Milton Bradley Microvision|
|Computers||Apple I - Apple II - Apple III - Atari 8-bit - Acorn BBC Micro - Commodore PET - Tandy TRS-80 - Tandy TRS-80 CoCo|