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The VTech Socrates is an 8-bit educational home video game console manufactured and released in 1988 by VTech. The console features a robot character Socrates, named after the philosopher. The character is visually similar to Johnny Five from the Short Circuit movies. It was discontinued in the early 1990s.
The system features standard wireless controllers that communicated via infrared reception.
Yeno distributed the system in Europe. In Germany, under the name Prof. Weiss-Alles, which translates to “Professor Knows-Everything”. And in France, as the Professeur Saitout; Jeu Educatif Video, where “Saitout” comes from the french phrase “Sais Tout”, meaning “Knows All”.
VTech also distributed the system in Canada, being sold as the Socrates Saitout; Jeu Educatif Video.
The main unit of the Socrates system came with five categories: Math Problems, Word Problems, Word Games, Music Games, and Super Painter. Math Problems and Word Problems tested basic skills regarding mathematics, spelling, definition, and sentence construction. Word Games provided games that resembled hangman, anagrams, and a racing game where players spelled words in order to complete laps around a track. Music Games gave students the opportunity to compose simple melodies, listen to classic folk songs played by the machine, or play Simon Says with different notes. Super Painter allowed students to create on-screen art through the use of different brushes, colors, backgrounds, and clip art. The Super Painter program would be spun off by VTech for their Video Painter line of toys.