The logo features Motter Tektura and all other on-console text is in Univers. The logo adds a swish around the tittle, reinterpreting it as the Pong ball from the game. The box also uses Univers for all body text and features the same logo, but with the addition of a tagline (“Electronic, color, TV game center”) in Cut-In. The tagline is repeated in Futura Bold in a green field on the box. The manual adds the company name under the logo, in what appears to be Eurostile Extended.
Well, this is excessive. Instead of two controllers, let’s have two consoles! Aside from the clunky design, the game works okay, except the right controller’s a little jittery. That’s what happens – the thing about these Pong consoles, and one of the things that make them so fun to play, is that the paddles move so fluently. It’s like an analog control that doesn’t exist in games today. The downside is that they break easily, and sometimes you get this jittery movement. — The Angry Video Game Nerd
Box detail with better view of Cut-In and Motter Tektura, as well as of the illustration. The final C in “ELECTRONIC” and the E in “GAME” show the alternates with elongated bottom parts. CT, EN and ER are spaced so tightly that the letterforms touch.
Owner’s manual, featuring text in Univers and a model number in Futura Bold. The logo featured here, and in the warranty booklet, has the company name in Eurostile under the logo. The illustration from the box is repeated, but in a black-and-white version.