This is a Macromedia Flash simulator for a brilliant elelctronic children's toy from 1978. It engeniously switched tracks on standard 8-track audio track tapes to create the illusion of an intelligent questioner.
I had a 2-XL when i was a young kid and I have very fond memories of it; it was the humour of it that most stays with ...
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Welcome to the 2-XL Toy Robot Simulator
Instructions for Use
- Click "Start" to begin.
- Now plug in power cord (outlet in lower left).
- Select a cartridge and insert it.
- Then turn on 2-XL's power switch (red button on lower right).
- Push the buttons when he says you should..