In a move very similar to the Action Max, View-Master made the Interactive Vision, a system which required a external VHS player to even work and came with a bizarre joystick with five colored buttons. All you ever did in the "games" was basically pick up choices made by the characters on the video, who would address the player directly. Only seven "games" were ever made for this thing, all of them based on Sesame Street and Muppets.
|Consoles||Action Max - Atari 7800 - Amstrad GX4000 - RDI Halcyon - View-Master Interactive Vision - Sega Master System - Nintendo Entertainment System - Casio PV-1000 - VTech Socrates - Epoch Super Cassete Vision|
|Computers||Mattel Aquarius - Acorn Archimedes - Commodore 64 - Amstrad CPC - Fujitsu FM-7 - Apple Lisa - Apple Macintosh - Microsoft MS-DOS - ASCII MSX - ASCII MSX2 - IBM OS-2 - NEC PC-88 - NEC PC-98 - Amstrad PCW - Sinclair QL - Commodore VIC-20 - Sharp X1 - Sinclair ZX Spectrum|