It also, in the early 1970s, tried its hand at electronic card games. In about the most bizarre way imaginable.
This is Electro Poker, released in 1971. It worked like this: you picked up a light gun (something the company had some experience with) and shot it at the central unit. Once a "hit" was registered, five card faces would spin for a while then come to a stop. The hand you ended up with determined your "score".