Bentley Compu-Vision
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  • Magnavox
  • Magnavox
  • Action - Arcade Port (example - Asteroids)
  • 1983
  • 1-2
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  • $25.00
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Gameplay / Overview
Bentley Compu-Vision is an arcade port for the Dedicated Consoles, which can be played by 1-2 people. It was published by Magnavox.

In good condition, the game is worth about $25.00. Bentley Compu-Vision was released in 1983.

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Versions, History, Notes


About the producer:  
(submitted by: MC_Booga ), 1/11/2004 4:49:59 PM (edit)
I am unsure whether or not Magnavox actually produced it, or if Bently did. It may be just that Magnavox owned patents that were used in the product.  

The games  
(submitted by: MC_Booga ), 1/11/2004 4:55:11 PM (edit)
The Bently Compuvision had four games: Tennis (2 players), Soccer (2 players), Squash (2 players) and Solo Handball (1 player) Each game lasts until one person scores fifteen points. The switches control ball angle, ball speed, paddle size, and power. 4AA batteries or a 6v adapter (not included) are required to power the system.  

Glitch: Missing Paddles
MC_Booga , 1/12/2004 4:17:55 PM
This is a problem with most "Pong" systems: turning the knob too far will make them go off the screen. The knob can be turned all the way around, yet it only uses 1/4 of the motion range for the on-screen paddle.
The Bently Compu-Vision - about the same size as a 2600 Jr.
Bently Compu-Vision box
Benly Compu-Vision's shiny manual