Archive of handheld games. In 1976, Mattel introduced the first handheld electronic game with the release of Auto Race. Later, several companies—including Coleco and Milton Bradley—made their own single-game, lightweight table-top or handheld electronic game devices. The oldest true handheld game console with interchangeable cartridges is the Milton Bradley Microvision in 1979.

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Femke Naeher
Femke Naeher@femkenaeher · Math tutor
Every gamer need to have it
Adelina ahtinen
Adelina ahtinen@adelinaahtinen · doctor
@femkenaeher I want to have too.
Benny Rasmussen
Benny Rasmussen@bennyrasmussen · hotel
BACK TO CHILDHOOD
Larry Jacks
Larry Jacks@larryjacks · agenda
@bennyrasmussen It was mine.
Jonathan Howard
Jonathan HowardHunterHiring@staringispolite · Part-time CMO and startup advisor
I didn’t remember these until I saw all the photos in their homepage, then so much nostalgia rushed back. I definitely owned a few of those Tiger Electronics handhelds. I think my go-to was Ninja Turtles? So excited that MAME and Internet Archive are preserving these online
Jared The Dude
Jared The Dude@jaredepicpower · EVP & Co-founder @ Muxy.io
This is pretty great!
Damjanski
Damjanski@damjanski · Do Something Good
<3 <3 <3