First thing: I wish everyone of you a happy New Year 2019 and health all year long! Oh and also a late Merry Xmas too! (oups!) ;)
Since the Halloween game (Jack-O-Lantern Odyssey), i haven't time to code anything because of the Xmas season rush but now, this period is ending today (joy!). Does anyone of you remember what i wrote back on June 13, 2016, especially this paragraph ?
"Oh and i will also talk about an unknown "clone" that almost nobody knows about it. Even M.Baer didn't know about that specific clone. But that will be another story for another time. ;)"
Well today is THE day that i will talk about this unknown clone!
The name of this clone is the "Videojuel" which was released in Argentina (year still unknown) and was made by the company "Laboratorio Electronico Hiroshima" in the town of "La Plata" and even today, the company (or store) still exists ? Yes it's true, still does exists after all these year. They are on Facebook if you don't believe me!
Here's a picture of the company/store taken from Map Google:
Now for some pictures:
The only known owner of this beautiful clone is "Ricardo Saucedo" which he lent to the "Museo de Informatica" ( http://museodeinformatica.org.ar/ ) and i think it's still there. So again, here's some pictures from a video:
and here's the link to the video on Youtube:
Check the video starting at: 01:29 ... Heh!
I have written to Ricardo 2-3 times (between November 28 to December 03, 2013) and the last time, he never answered back. I would have love to see the overlays as some has different colors or even maybe some different designs, and also the interior of this beast!
He also uploaded a scan of the Videojuel manual for a certain time and now the link has gone to oblivion...but fear not folks as i have a copy in PDF in my database. I will upload it very soon on Archive.org
And before the final words for today, they were an article in the "Replay Number 13" (October 2018 - Special 2nd Anniversary edition) which is published in Argentina:
And Here is the article in question on page 42 & 43:
But the scan is not in the best quality when zoomed, so here's the part of the article zoomed:
So happy New Year folks and the Videojuel manual scan will be available soon! =)