The Odyssey[[superscript:2]] was Magnavox's successor to the [[MagnavoxOdyssey Odyssey]]. Unlike the Odyssey, and like later consoles such as the {{Atari 2600}}, it had a [[UsefulNotes/CentralProcessingUnit CPU]], and was fully programmable. It was released in 1978, after the 2600, and was technically inferior to it. The Odyssey[[superscript:2]] had a couple of unique features, though: a keyboard, making it somewhere between a console and a computer, and a speech synthesis unit.

Known outside the United States as the Philips Videopac G7000 or the Philips Odyssey.



[[folder: Processors ]]

* CPU: Intel 8048, 5.37 [=MHz=]
* Graphics and sound: Intel 8244


[[folder: Memory ]]

* 64 bytes system RAM
* 128 bytes audio/video RAM


[[folder: Display ]]

* 160200 resolution
* 16 colors
* Four sprites


[[folder: Sound ]]

* Noise generator
* Speech synthesis unit available

* ''Atlantis''
* ''Demon Attack''
* ''{{Frogger}}''
* ''K. C. Munchkin!'' -- a game just enough like the original PacMan that Atari sued to get it off the market
* ''K.C.'s Krazy Chase!''
* The ''Master Strategy'' series, board/video game hybrids
** ''Conquest Of The World''
** ''Quest For The Rings!''
** ''The Great Wall Street Fortune Hunt''
* ''{{Popeye}}''
* ''QBert''
* ''[[VideoGame/{{Scramble}} Super Cobra]]''