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Monday 15th December 2014
Claus (Germany)

This is a real GEM 8bit console my friends : RARE with FUTURISTIC DESIGN in silver / black color and for sure one of the most SLIM 8 bit video game consoles ever made. If you put this console side by side with a ''''Colecovision'''' or a ''''Fairchild Channel F'''' or a ''''Philps Videopac'''' or an ''''Atari 2600 / wood grain'''', you will understand what I mean. And what to say about he BOX of this console : Maybe the MOST BEAUTIFUL console box ever made : colorful with robots, planets, space / air crafts, space station, war boat and a Pac-man with a running Pac pellet... I don''t think that there is another console box in game history, that has a Pac-man figure on it or such a variety of so many colorful figures. Unbelievable !!! Just remember the dull and boring boxes of the most of 8 bit consoles, showing a family or kids playing a game on a TV - Really AWFUL. About the console capabilities ? Not to expect so much, but who cares - this is a Retro Artwork and not a Playstation 3. Unfortunately the game library of the console is very poor (only 10 games released). Some games like : ''''saucer''s attack / space invaders clone'''', ''''Martian / galaxian clone'''', ''''expedition / Berzerk'''' are good and quite interesting, although extremely difficult to find.
CONCLUSION: STRONGLY RECOMMENDED to buy this console, but ONLY if it is BOXED. Many greetings to all the Retro lovers in whole world.

Thursday 22nd May 2008
Fred (France)

Woooooooooow !
Thanks so much
Where could we get screenshots of the games ?

this one was the 1st video game system I had ever...
I'm 33, it was 25 years ago... I'm getting old !

Thursday 5th October 2006
christian.p (France)

OK. I remember. I still have one in my bedside table. When I moved out, I just took out the drawer and put it back in place. I never could dipose of it. I do not know if it's still functionnal but I promise to every 'old chip' lovers that I'll check and let you know right here as soon as I have time to.

Saturday 4th September 2004
Steve (Adelaide, Australia)

A classmate of mine had one of these and it was a horrible system, the Atari 2600 was primitive system by 1987 and this was significantly worse than the Atari, and had very limited software support.
I'm glad that the guy below was happy but I fear that many kids were given one of these consoles at Christmas, when what they really wanted was an Atari or a Commodore 64.
If the graphics weren't so bad I might have something nicer to say about it.

Monday 30th September 2002
gofo (france)

thank you,thank you!!!!!
i forgot this console, but it was my first one!
it was a shame to tell my friends that it was my only console, but now i'm proud : i found it in my attic after about 10years!and it s still working!!!
thanx again!!

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