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The Zilog Z80 is an 8-bit microprocessor designed by Zilog and sold from July 1976 onwards. It was widely used both in desktop and embedded computer designs as well as for military purposes. read more at WikiPedia

  • 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.

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    Bought2010.09.19 
    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.

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    • 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

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    K15016901 without boxes, with 3 games,  paid 2€

    Games

     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

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  • 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.

    Sega Master System2 Sega Master System 2
    Model 3006-09
    Bought
    2010.09.19 
    Price paid: 0.5€ 
    Game console + 1 broken pad

     

     

     

     

    The Sega Master System (abbreviated to SMS or Master System Japanese マスターシステム (Masutā Shisutemu?) is a third-generation 8-bit cartridge-based video game console that was manufactured and released by Sega in 1986 in North America, seven months after the original NES,and in 1987 in Europe. Its original Japanese incarnation was the "Sega Mark III", which was first released in 1985. [Wikipedia]

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    Games

    29 games (as new)

    • World games
    • World Cup Italia 1990
    • Altered Beast
    • Asterix
    • California Games
    • Chuck ROck 2
    • Teddy Boy
    • Special Criminal Investigations
    • Winter Olympics
    • World Grand Prix
    • Eco the Dolphin
    • Enduro Racer
    • Sonic 2 (x2)
    • Sonic Chaos
    • Castler of Illusion (x2)
    • Back to the Future 3
    • Trivial Pursuit
    • Tennis Ace
    • Indian Jones and the Last Crusade
    • The New Zealand Story
    • F1
    • Cyborg Hunter
    • Rastan
    • Kung Fu Kid
    • Casino Games
    • Xenon 2
    • Parlour Games
    • Action Fighter
    • Global Defense

    Links

  • 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.

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    Mega Drive RGB
    Model No: 1600-09
    Rating: DC 10V 1.2A
    Serial No: 120145757

    Bought2010.09.19 
    Price paid: 30€ with 18 games, 2 IR pads, cables

     

     

    The Mega Drive (メガドライブ Mega Doraibu) is a fourth-generation video game console released by Sega in Japan in 1988 and Europe, Australia and other PAL regions in 1990. The console was released in North America in 1989 under the name Sega Genesis, as Sega was unable to secure legal rights to the Mega Drive name in that region.The Mega Drive was Sega's fifth home console and the successor to the Sega Master System, with which it is electronically compatible. [WikiPedia]

    Games

    915 games were released for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis video game console.

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    I do own:

    • Megadrive Pal-G 1600-18 serial 1100110799
    • Megadrive Pal-G 1601-18 serial 420014242
    • Megadrive Pal-G 1600-09 serial 120145757
    • Megadrive 2 MK 1631-50 serial 130598635
    • 2 pad red
    • 4 pad white
    • 2 pad infrared
    • 1 pad arcade serial CIE 20819

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    megadrive.Sonic & Knuckles  

    Technical specifications

    • Processor:  Motorola 68000 16/32-bit processor running at 7.67 MHz
    • Co-processor (Sound Controller): Zilog Z80 8-bit at 3.58 MHz
    • Memory: 64K work RAM (68000), 64K video RAM, 8K work RAM (Z80)
    • Later hardware had an internal 1Kx16 ROM for the license display screen.
    • Display Palette: 512 colors (3:3:3 RGB)
    • Onscreen colors: 64 (normal) or 183 (shadow/highlight mode)
    • Maximum onscreen sprites: 80 (320-pixel wide displays) or 64 (256-pixel wide displays)
    • Resolution: 256×224, 256×448, 320×224, 320×448, (PAL and NTSC)
    • 256×240, 320×240, 256×480, 320×480 (PAL only), 256×192 (SMS games only)
    • Sound: Yamaha YM2612 5 channel FM and 1 channel FM/PCM, Texas Instruments SN76489 4 channel PSG (Programmable Sound Generator)

    Publisher: Sega
    Release Date:

    • Japan: October 29, 1988
    • USA: August 14, 1989
    • Europe: November 30, 1990

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