Toys of the Seventies, 2XL

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An 8 track player shaped like a desktop robot. The "robot" would ask questions & you'd press a button (change tracks) with your answer. Right or wrong, the "game" would continue on a different track.
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Rob Lambert - February 19, 2018 - Report this comment
Mego Toys made the 2XL 8-track player in 1978. Box describes it as the "Robot With Personality." Along with the ability to play music carts, several pre-programmed game, musical and story carts were sold separately. A game extension, Tri X, provided additional games. 2XL ran only on an AC adaptor, no batteries for portability. It retailed originally at $45, which was comparable to the hand-held Mattel games of the time.

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