Little is known about the two systems made by Allied Leisure Industries, then based at Hialeah in Florida. They were released under the names of Name Of The Game (model A-100) and Name Of The Game II (model A-300). Both appeared in 1976 and used Mostek's MCS-7600-001 game chip. This chip was made in white ceramic package, whereas its later version, the MPS-7600-001, was made in a plastic package, hence the thought about the second letter calling for the package type: C for Ceramic and P for Plastic.
Both systems were released in limited quantity and are consequently quite rare (the second model is rarer). What makes them unique is their design, especially for the first model which Darth Vader (Star Wars) could have enjoyed when not in mission...
The first model played four games for two and four players: Tennis, Handball, Hockey and Target and the picture was black and white.
The second model, for two players only, played the same games except for Target, which was replaced by Practice (Sqash in solo).
One intelligent feature of these systems was their integrated switch-box, which also served as power switch. Thus, the TV antenna was directly connected to the system, which then connected to the TV through the antenna terminals. The only backdraw was the need ot keeping the game near the TV, unless an external switch-box was used to allow disconnecting the system.