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Author Topic: Jopac versus Videopac  (Read 629 times)
Elias
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« on: November 12, 2020, 08:50:31 PM »

Jopac versus Videopac  Tongue
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« Reply #1 on: May 22, 2021, 10:38:38 AM »

Wow....never knew about Jopac before digging into the Videopac Smiley

It's amazing that they invested into redesigning all the artwork....a collector's dream Smiley

Even Demon Attack was licensed from Imagic ??

Is there also Atlantis ?
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Elias
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« Reply #2 on: May 22, 2021, 11:44:20 AM »

Wow....never knew about Jopac before digging into the Videopac Smiley

It's amazing that they invested into redesigning all the artwork....a collector's dream Smiley

Even Demon Attack was licensed from Imagic ??

Is there also Atlantis ?
Hoi, Indeed Demon Attack, but no Atlantis. The Jopac collection on my picture is the whole release. It took years to collect them all. Chiffres et des Lettres is the holy grail, but some others are also difficult to catch.  As you can see not all Jopac games were released as Videopacs. The French company Brandt had the rights to develop their own games. Chez Maxime was also released with the title Restaurant (exact copy/cover, only different title).Unfortunately I do not own that copy.

Have you seen the different consoles JO7400 and JO1450 made by the French companies Brandt and Saba? They are beauties.
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