|Designer||Nintendo R&D2, Mitsubishi|
|Added to Museum|
The Color TV-Game (カラーテレビゲーム, Karā Terebi-Gēmu) series were the first home video game systems released by Nintendo.
Each device contains a number of dedicated games, as none of the consoles used programmable media.
The Color TV-Game consoles were succeeded by the Nintendo Entertainment System.
The first three systems were developed jointly by Nintendo and Mitsubishi Electronics, and manufactured by Mitsubishi. The final two releases were based on Nintendo arcade games, and were developed and manufactured by Nintendo.
Color TV-Game consoles
|Image||Title||Release||Added to Museum||Notes|
|Color TV-Game 6
Karā Terebi-Gēmu 6)
|1977||Not yet.||Contains tennis, hockey and volleyball, in single and doubles mode. Its two controllers are connected to the unit.|
|Color TV-Game 15
Karā Terebi-Gēmu 15)
|1977||Not yet.||Contains two variants of tennis, hockey and volleyball, and two ping pong games, in single and doubles mode. It contains two wired controllers, rather than controllers that connected to the unit.|
|Color TV-Game Racing 112
Karā Terebi-Gēmu 112)
|1978||Not yet.||Contains a driving game with switches on the side that allows play of 112 variants of the game. It's playable either with the steering wheel or with two wired controllers for two player games.|
|Color TV-Game Block Breaker
Karā Terebi-Gēmu Burokku Kuzushi)
|1979||May 26, 2018||A home port of Nintendo's arcade game Block Fever, based on Breakout by Atari.|
|1980||Not yet.||A home port of Nintendo's arcade game Computer Othello.|