built only a few Color Vector
Games from "Space Fury" in 1981 until "Zektor" in 1982. The Uprights
could easily converted from one to another game at "about half of the
cost of a conventional game" as SEGA claimed. The system was called
convert-a-game. Drawback was the lack of an attractive
sideart in most cases. Beside the standard Upright, Cocktail versions
exist for Eliminator (2 and 4 player) and TacScan. A Sitdown exists for
Startrek. Startrek also sold as upgrade kit for a variety of other
classics including Asteroids....
Today all of these are scarce at least here in Europe. One must have
much luck to find such a game on EBAY or locally. Even if you find one,
the prices are very high. Most operators know in the meantime what
specialties they have.
This page and the following will show you all of the information I have
collected over time.