Vectrex Digital Download

Vectrex Digital Download

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Vectrex Roms - Release Date: 1982

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Vectrex Roms
Release Date 1982
56 Titles Included

3-D Crazy Coaster (1983)
3-D Mine Storm (1983)
3-D Narrow Escape (1983)
All Good Things by John Dondzila (1996)
Animaction (1983)
Armor Attack (1982)
Art Master (1983)
Bedlam (1983)
Berzerk (1982)
Birds of Prey by John Dondzila (1999)
Blitz! - Action Football (1982)
Clean Sweep (1982)
Cosmic Chasm (1982)
Dark Tower (1983)
Engine Analyzer (1983)
Exec Rom Dumper (2000) (Ronen Habot)
Fortress of Narzod (1982)
Gravitrex by John Dondzila (2002)
Heads Up - Action Soccer (1983)
Hyperchase (1982)
Melody Master (1983)
Mine Storm (1982)
Mine Storm II (1983)
Nona3 by Manu (Mar 10) (2003)
Patriots by John Dondzila (1996)
Patriots III - BALListics Busters by John Dondzila (1996-2002)
Patriots Remix by John Dondzila (1999)
Polar Rescue (1983)
Pole Position (1982)
Repulse by John Dondzila (1999)
Rip-Off (1982)
Rockaroids Remix - 3rd Rock by John Dondzila (1996)
Ronen's Game Cart (2000) (Ronen Habot)
Scorefont 3 by Manu (Aug 26) (2002)
Scramble (1982)
Solar Quest (1982)
Space Wars (1982)
Spike (1983)
Spike Hoppin' by John Dondzila (1998)
Spinball (1983)
Star Castle (1983)
Star Fire Spirits by John Dondzila (1999)
Star Hawk (1982)
Star Seige by John Dondzila (1999)
Star Ship (1982)
Star Trek - The Motion Picture (1982)
Tour De France (1983)
VecSports Kingpin Bowling by Manu (2002)
Vector Vaders by John Dondzila (1996)
Vector Vaders Remix by John Dondzila (1999)
Vectrace (2000) (Ronen Habot)
Vectrex BIOS (1982)
VecVoice Demo by Richard Hutchinson (2002)
Verzerk by Alex Herbert (2002)
Vexperience - B.E.T.H. & Vecsports Boxing by Manu (2000)
Web Warp (1983)

The Vectrex is an 8-bit video game console that was developed by Western Technologies/Smith Engineering. It was licensed and distributed first by General Consumer Electric (GCE), and then by Milton Bradley Company after their purchase of GCE. It was released in November 1982 at a retail price of $199 ($430 compensated for inflation; as Milton Bradley took over international marketing the price dropped to $150 and then $100 shortly before the video game crash of 1983. The Vectrex exited the market in early 1984.

Unlike other non-portable video game consoles, which connected to televisions and rendered raster graphics, the Vectrex has an integrated vector monitor which displays vector graphics. The monochrome Vectrex uses plastic screen overlays to generate color and various static graphics and decorations. At the time, many of the most popular arcade games used vector displays, and GCE was looking to set themselves apart from the pack by selling high-quality versions of games such as Space Wars and Armor Attack.

Vectrex comes with a built in game, the Asteroids-like Minestorm. Two peripherals were also available for the Vectrex, a light pen and a 3D imager.

The Vectrex was also released in Japan under the name Bandai Vectrex Kousokusen.

While it is a mainstay of disc-based console systems today, the Vectrex was part of the first generation of console systems to feature a boot screen, which also included the Atari 5200 and Colecovision.

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