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Radofin TV Game
Slightly different machine this time, since it uses the later 1977 GI AY-3-8610 PONG chip that added games like Basketball and Gridball as well as a couple of shooting games. There was also auto or manual serve and the ability to change both player sizes separately, not both together as before.
Usually this chip could be coupled with the AY-3-8615 colour picture generator but looking at the board of this one it uses discrete circuitry to product colour instead. Judging by the corrosion inside I'd also say it was bust, but I haven't checked yet.

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