The Odyssey², developed by Magnavox, was a reasonably successful video game console during the late 1970s and early 1980s. Sega did not support the console directly, however Parker Brothers, under license by the company, brought Frogger to the system. Incidentally, Parker Brothers was one of the few publishers to support the Odyssey² (the only other major players being Imagic and Magnavox themselves), so it is a rare sight to see official arcade ports on the system.
The Odyssey² was released under multiple names in different regions. As well as being known as the Odyssey², it is known primarily in Europe as the Videopac G7000 (where it was handled by Philips), though was also sold as the Videopac C52, Radiola Jet 25, Schneider 7000, and Siera G7000. In Brazil it is simply known as the Odyssey (though should not be confused with the original Odyssey, released by Magnavox in 1972).
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