THE EXCALIBUR has the same great features you love in the King Master II, but without the checkers. With 433 level setting combinations and an estimated rating of 1650, THE EXCALIBUR challenges both beginners and advanced players.
THE EXCALIBUR includes five easy-to-follow teach modes to help players of all levels improve their game.
THE EXCALIBUR ELECTRONIC CHESS COMPUTER - picture taken from computer.
MAIN THE EXCALIBUR MODEL 932ED-2 GAME CHARACTERISTICS
Excerpts taken from the EXCALIBUR INNOVATIONS PRODUCT CATALOG.
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In 1996/1997 Ron Nelson completed his new line of 6805 processor games and the manufacturing was bid between Eric White's & David Levy's Hong Kong manufacturing company and another Hong Kong electronics company named Same Time Ltd., established in 1982. Same Time provided Excalibur a fantastic proposal and this launched the severance of Excalibur connections to Eric White and David Levy, thereby making Excalibur Electronics an independent developer of electronic games who contracted the manufacturing directly with Hong Kong production companies.
The Excalibur was contracted for manufacturing by Excalibur Electronics to the EWIG Industries Hong Kong Office in Kowloon which is a subsidiary of EWIG Industries Macao Commercial Offshore Limited in Macau whose electronic manufacturing factory is situated in the Guangdong Province of China.