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Chafitz MGS Modular Game System (1979) Modular Electronic Chess Computer

CONGRATULATIONS: You now have one of the most remarkable microprocessor game systems available, the MODULAR GAME SYSTEM.

The MODULAR GAME SYSTEM (MGS) offers unmatched flexibility and freedom from the problems of becoming updated and obsolete. This flexibility and freedom is accomplished by the use of interchangeable game modules in combination with the basic game system; however it is necessary to have both, the basic game system and one of the game modules before playing a game. With the MODULAR GAME SYSTEM it is possible to play any one of the several games with the same basic game system by changing the game modules, or to update your MODULAR GAME SYSTEM by use of the latest version of the game module as they become available.

Excerpt taken from the Modular Game System User Manual 1979.

The MODULAR GAME SYSTEM has a plastic chess board surface, whereas the GREAT GAME MACHINE has a leather chess board surface.

Information on Chafitz MGS - Modular Game System (1980) Modular Chess Computers
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Chafitz Boris 2.5 (1980) Electronic Chess Computer Game Module

1980

Boris 2.5

Chess Game Module

1981

Sandy Edition Master

Chess Game Module

1979

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1981

Sargon 2.5

Steinitz-4 2 Mhz

Morphy 2 Mhz

Chess Game Module

Chess Game Module

Chess Game Module

Chafitz Sandy Edition Master (1981) Electronic Chess Computer Game Module
Chafitz Morphy (1981) Electronic Chess Computer Game Module
Chafitz Steinitz-4 (1983) Electronic Chess Computer Game Module
Chafitz Sargon 2.5 (1980) Electronic Chess Computer Game Module

1981

Gruenfeld

Chess Openings Module

Chafitz Gruenfeld (1981) Electronic Chess Computer Openings Module

1981

Capablanca

Chafitz Capablanca (1981) Electronic Chess Computer Endgame Module

Chess Endgame Module

Chafitz MGS Modular Game System (1979) Electronic Chess Computer

Technical Specification

Chafitz MGS Modular Game System (1979)

Chafitz MGS Modular Game System (1979) MGS Closed
Chafitz MGS Modular Game System (1979) Chess Board
Chafitz MGS Modular Game System (1979) Display & Controls

MGS Closed

Chess Board

Display & Controls

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MANUFACTURER

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Chafitz Inc. / Applied Concepts

Module Dependent

Module Depend

1979

$375.00

Module Depend

Year:

MFR ELO:

Original Price:

Wiki ELO:

Model #:

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My Serial #:

012919 & 037302

Processor OEM

MOS Tech.

Processor:

6502

Speed:

Type:

8 Bit

2 MHz

ROM:

8 KB

RAM:

2 KB

Battery Type:

Optional

Power Adapter:

10V 60Hz Class 2

Display:

LED 8 Pos 16 Seg

Board Type:

Non Sensory

Overall Size:

Board Size:

8.1/2x8.1/2 in

15.3/4x8.3/4x2

Options Select:

Touch Control

Play Levels:

Game Module

Opening Book:

Game Module

Take Back:

Game Module

Position Setup:

Game Module

Position Verify:

Game Module

Move Analysis:

Display Info:

LED Display

Game Module

Solve Mate:

Game Module

Save Game:

Game Module

Ponder:

Game Module

Search Depth:

Game Module

Provide Hint:

Game Module

Teach Mode:

Game Module

Change Sides:

Game Module

Active Level:

TM Level:

Game Module

Infinite Level:

Game Module

Game Module

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1981

Gruenfeld-S

Chafitz Gruenfeld-S (1981)  Electronic Chess Computer Openings Module

Chess Openings Module

1981

Capablanca-S

Chafitz Capablanca-S (1981) Electronic Chess Computer Endgame Module

Chess Endgame Module

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