Mike Harris Posted April 7, 2019 Share Posted April 7, 2019 When I was a young boy, I remember going on a school trip to Ottawa, where we visited some kind of technology museum. It was a long time ago and my memory is fuzzy, but I do remember playing simple video games set up as kiosks, and these games were created specifically for this museum's exhibit. I believe this Energy Quizz game was made for such a kiosk setup, but I'd have to play it to be sure. If it doesn't use the keypad at all, it means you could plug Atari 2600 controllers into a ColecoVision hidden inside the kiosk, or even build a tabletop controller (built into the kiosk) with arcade machine parts. Is this the same KIOSK that was in department stores like Jefferson Wards? 1982 is when I first seen the Colecovision on the KIOSK and next to it was the Intellivision and TI994A. They eventually threw them out and I grabbed the controllers because they broke the whole thing into a hundred pieces. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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