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That sounds like a slightly later (revised asic) version of the 1980/1981 one, probably released immediately before the 1982 ?holiday season? version which used the cop420 and had the red programming book.

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I uploaded the Radio Shack Pocket Repeat info: http://www.seanriddle.com/tms1000.html#pktrpt

It has a TMS1700, with 1/2 the ROM and RAM of the TMS1000, but still in a 28-pin package.

I wonder what needed to be revised in the Battleship ASIC? I'm always bugged by the fact that if you press the same letter or number a 2nd time, it doesn't make a sound. So if I fire at A1 and then at A2, the 2nd A doesn't beep. It seems like that would have to be intentional, but I don't see how it is useful. It just makes me think the button isn't working.

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http://www.handheldmuseum.com/Tandy/PocketRepeat.htm

Pff, there are so many. The newest one is from 1995/6(!)
Pocket Repeat model 60-2152 = Tiger Ditto
Pocket Repeat model 60-2468A = ?
Pocket Repeat model 60-2482 = Tiger Copycat Jr?

BTW I wonder what MCU is in Tiger Lights Out. The 1st version is from 1995, it takes 4.5V batteries.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lights_Out_(game)
http://www.jaapsch.net/puzzles/lights.htm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6asRQPpnHA

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I've got Pocket Repeat 60-2482; it's got a Z8.

I've got a Tiger Lite 3 (7-575) from 1996. It takes 3 AA batteries. It has a glob, and I haven't tried to remove it yet.

BTW- gotta love Jaap's Puzzle Page!

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I posted the LJN Electronic Concentration info:
http://www.seanriddle.com/tms1000.html#elecconc

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We've *got* to emulate I Took A Lickin From a Chicken. The name practically demands it.

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I uploaded Coleco H2H boxing info:
www.seanriddle.com/tms1100.html#h2hboxing

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Could you make PCB photos of LJN Electronic Concentration?

Speaking of LJN, here's a failed product that we don't emulate yet in MAME: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-zEhhTqdvg
There's a bare console one for $20 right now on ebay, if anyone wants to dump it. Or we could do the future generation a favour by making them forget this ever existed? wink

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@Rik if you're reading, do you know the MCU label of LJN Computer Impulse?

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