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New Zealand's Emerson Arcadia clones.
Tunix, Grandstand Video Master,
Orbit Electronics UVI Compu-game


At least three different New Zealand companies sold the videogame system
Americans know as the "Emerson Arcadia"




Tunix

Distributed in New Zealand by Monaco Leisure
(who would go on to sell the Atari 2600/7800)
the Tunix is virtuatly the same console as the US Arcadia.
Both long & short style game carts exist.





Grandstand "Video Master"

Sold by Grandstand the "Video Master" has a fairly "built in someones shed" appearance some
of the rariest games in the Arcadia library were released for it.





Grandstand Carts are some of the ugliest ever.




Orbit Electronics - UVI Compu-game

Underneath the skin of the "Video Master" lies an earlier system
The Orbit Electronics "UVI Compu-game" was sold briefly before
Grandstand adopted the system for its own uses.