The Electronic Handheld Games Museum

Dedicated handheld/tabletop gaming discussion that have their game(s) built-in and do not accept media

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The Electronic Handheld Games Museum

Postby Zap! » Wed Jan 21, 2009 2:31 am

This is by far the best site for information on virtually any classic handheld. The site's owner is the foremost handheld historian in the world. Check it out!

http://www.handheldmuseum.com/
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Re: The Electronic Handheld Games Museum

Postby MaximumRD » Wed Jan 21, 2009 4:56 am

Very cool. I admit I was never much into handhelds besides some of the classics recently brought up, but form the original Gameboy up I avoided them for years, didn't see a point. Then my Security job had me posted over night, all alone and I could not afford a laptop, got my first GBA SP and a Flashcart, man that hing kept me entertained so many nights. Since then I have had a GP32 (broke DOH!) and currently have 2 PSP's, Nintendo DS, 2 GP2x.
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Re: The Electronic Handheld Games Museum

Postby TwinChargers » Wed Jan 21, 2009 8:45 am

I really enjoy looking at that site from time to time. Its truly amazing how far technology has gone just in the past 10-15 years in handheld games.

I really wish I would have picked up the remake of the old led football game when they came out a few years ago. Wish someone would redo an led Pac-Man game also. Same goes with Frogger.
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Re: The Electronic Handheld Games Museum

Postby Zap! » Wed Jan 21, 2009 2:41 pm

TwinChargers wrote:I really enjoy looking at that site from time to time. Its truly amazing how far technology has gone just in the past 10-15 years in handheld games.

I really wish I would have picked up the remake of the old led football game when they came out a few years ago. Wish someone would redo an led Pac-Man game also. Same goes with Frogger.

Collecting handhelds is quite the hobby. I have around 10 and would love a few more. Burgertime was my childhood favorite.
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