Philips Odyssey 200
The Magnavox Odyssey 200 was first sold in 1975 in the USA. This console played three games for two or four players: Tennis, Hockey and Smash. Because it used early digital electronic circuits, it could not play advanced games, but the technology allowed to display a primitive form of "follow me" on-screen scoring consisting of two small rectangles moving from left to right on the bottom of the screen each time a player marked a point.
Later in 1976, Philips released Odyssey 200 in several european countries including Austria and Germany. It was replaced in 1977 by the Philips Odyssey 2001, followed by the Philips Odyssey 2100. Philips also released another line of games between 1975 and around 1978: Tele-Spiel.