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WELBACK HOLDINGS LAUNCHES MEGA DUCK GAME

Friday 24 September 1993 | 00:00 CET | News
Welback Holdings (Hong Kong), electronic games and toys maker, has launched the Mega Duck electronic game console, a rival to the Nintendo Game Boy. Timlex International is marketing the console. The console measures 32 x 100 x 154 mm, and is a handheld computer console which accepts game cartridges. Features include stereo sound via a Mylar speaker and headphones, a scrolling background, and a Direct Memory Access handling up to 4MB. A package consisting of the console, one game, headphones and four batteries costs USDlr31 FOB. A package with four cartridges costs USDlr26 FOB. Article

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FInally, have been waiting for this for so long.
Steve Jones @ 7/10/2014 - 14:32


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