The Sega Game Gear (ゲームギア, Gēmu Gia) is an 8-bit handheld game console released by Sega on October 6, 1990 in Japan, 1991 in North America and Europe, and Australia in 1992. As part of the fourth generation of gaming, the Game Gear primarily competed with Nintendo's Game Boy, the Atari Lynx and NEC's TurboExpress. read more at WikiPedia

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    Bomberman  (also known as Dynablaster or Dyna Blaster in Europe) is a strategic, maze-based video game franchise originally developed by Hudson Soft. The original game was published in 1983. Purpose of the game is to complete the levels by strategically placing bombs in order to kill enemies and destroy obstacles. Exploding bombs can set off other bombs, kill or injure enemies, and destroy obstacles. However, they can also kill or injure the player character, destroy power ups, and sometimes "anger" the exit, causing it to generate more enemies. Most Bomberman games also feature a multiplayer mode (up to 8 opponents), where other Bomberman  act as opponents.

    Bombermine is a Bomberman massively multiplayer - place bombs in order to blow up other players and get bonuses hidden in blocks. Up to 1000 friends on a single map! It is written in HTML5/JS using Angular, Canvas and async.js

    Don’t forget also to visit the Bomberman Wiki

  • This game console is part of my growing collection of vintage gaming system, so don’t forget to visit the tag vintagegaming to not miss any items. I don’t sell anything but you can contact me for donating/selling me missing items. This page will be continually edited if I add new items to my collection.


    Price paid: 10€
    K xxxxxxx  with box, without notices, 5 games




    The Sega Game Gear (ゲームギア Gēmu Gia?) was Sega's first handheld game console. It was the third commercially available color handheld console, after the Atari Lynx and the Turbo Express.

    Work began on the console in 1989 under the codename "Project Mercury", following Sega's policy at the time of codenaming their systems after planets. The system was released in Japan on October 6, 1990, North America, Europe and Brazil in1991,[1] and Australia in 1992. The launch price was $150 US and £145 UK.Sega dropped support for the Game Gear in early 1997.


    • Retail availability
      • Japan October 6, 1990
      • USA April 26, 1991
      • Europe April 26, 1991
      • Australia 1992
    • Introductory price: US$150
    • Discontinued: 1997
    • Units sold : 11 million
    • Successor: Sega Nomad


    K15016901 without boxes, with 3 games,  paid 2€


     There is 363 games available for the Sega Game Gear handheld!

    I own in ultra collector state:

     SonicTheHedgehog2.gamegear SonicDrift2.gamegearIncredibleHulkThe.gamegear
    AdventureOfBatman&Robin.gamegear DisneysAladdin.gamegear

    and also with carton box, plastic box only

    Technical specifications

    • Main processor: Zilog Z80 (8-bit)
    • Processor speed: 3.58 MHz] (same as NTSC dot clock)
    • Resolution: 160 x 144 pixels (same as Nintendo's Game Boy)
    • Colors available: 4,096
    • Colors on screen: 32
    • Maximum sprites: 64
    • Sprite size: 8x8 or 8x16
    • Screen size: 3.2 inches (81 mm)
    • Audio: 3 square wave generators, 1 noise generator, the system has a mono speaker, but stereo sound can be had via headphone output
    • RAM: 8 KB
    • Video RAM: 16 KB
    • Power:
      • internal: 6 AA batteries
      • external: 9V DC, 300mA, 3W
    • Physical:
      • Width: 209 mm
      • Height: 111 mm
      • Depth: 37 mm
      • weight: ~400g