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Pocket Colour Games Station 52 GREAT FULL COLOUR GAMES BUILT IN This amazing Ukayed Pocket Colour Games Station comes with 52 built in games, Hi Res 640x240 display with 160,000 colours on a built in 2" TFT LCD screen. If that is not enough it also comes with a cable to hook it up to your TV and earphones so you do not have to disturb the rest of the household. Games inclue Fun, Racing, Adventure, Space shoot outs, Sports and IQ games. Complete with ergonomic rubber grip for comfortbale play and easy holding. Takes 4 x AAA. Handheld games console Plugs into your TV for big picture action 52 Built in games 2" TFT LCD Screen
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#1
Looks absolutely rubbish, and £18.99 too? Blimey, some people are easily impressed aren't they?:w00t:

However, voted hot as not seen one cheaper elsewhere (not that I've looked in poundland) and it's worth it just for the description:
"with ergonomic rubber grip for comfortbale play"
and the reviews:
"The bundled games...comprise shoot-em-ups...adventure games, sports games...IQ games..."fun games" which dont fit the other categories"
Gotta wonder why they include games that don't fit in the 'fun' category :thinking:
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GigerPunk
Looks absolutely rubbish, and £18.99 too? Blimey, some people are easily impressed aren't they?:w00t:

However, voted hot as not seen one cheaper elsewhere (not that I've looked in poundland) and it's worth it just for the description:
"with ergonomic rubber grip for comfortbale play"
and the reviews:
"The bundled games...comprise shoot-em-ups...adventure games, sports games...IQ games..."fun games" which dont fit the other categories"
Gotta wonder why they include games that don't fit in the 'fun' category :thinking:


Cheap and cheerful basic games for the kids. Can't ask for much more at that price, it's not meant to be DS quality.
1 Like #3
I do love my retro gaming, so voted hot!

I'm pretty sure, this'll be a self contained version (ie with a screen) of one of them Powerjoy / Megajoy plug & Play TV games, which usually include clones of 8 bit NES hardware, and clones or copies of NES games, in which case this could be quite good, as it might include Super Mario Bros, but more likely it'll have a dodgy version, something like Super Mary'O Sisters!

*UPDATE* looks like I may be right, found a seller on eBay with these, and he's posted a video of it hooked up to a TV... http://www.internetshopuk.com/internetshopuk/asp/../video/Space Shootout Game.wmv which looks to be a pretty good 80s style shoot-em-up

All in all, not bad for under £20, but yes, expect 8bit style games, not DS.

Personally, I think somebody should buy & donate this to that expert on naff tech, Dr Ashens, as I'm sure he's fed up of reviewing Pop Stations
#4
The shmup in the video looks good to me, yes its pretty much 16 bit megadrive quality.... But looks good for young kids and is a cheap alternative to a PSP or DS. Hot from me as its the cheapest around.
#5
Mikey1610
Can't ask for much more at that price, it's not meant to be DS quality.

Oh, I wasn't expecting it to be, just thought £18.99 still seemed a bit on the steep side...

HAL2000
I do love my retro gaming, so voted hot!
All in all, not bad for under £20, but yes, expect 8bit style games, not DS.

And so do I, kinda curious if there are any roms in there that are blatant c64/amiga rips or similar. Would prefer more c64 style games than ds ones to be honest.
Just not for £20 quid, that's more than I paid for my psp...
Still voted hot though and nice to see the video to see the quality, I'll admit it looks better than I thought it would. (Still not going to buy one though)
Heat and rep all round!
#6
GigerPunk

And so do I, kinda curious if there are any roms in there that are blatant c64/amiga rips or similar. Would prefer more c64 style games than ds ones to be honest.


:thumbsup:Yeah a c64 one would be really good, but then it is one of my favourite computers of all time, which probably why I'm biased as I'm involved with a c64 tape preservation project!.However it appears to be a portable version of one of those 8bit NES-on-a-chip clones, as I found a version/clone of this handheld console, which was the same, except for a 2.5" screen on a few Aussie sites, one of which had a game list which is...

Games List
Assart 27 (Sounds possibly painful!)
Little Indians
Fish Journey
Undersea Base
Seamaid
Phantom Archer
Transmission
Resistant
The Farmer (Doesn't this one sound exciting?)
Five-Days
Jumping Kid
Aimless
Santa Claus
Warfront
Fish Story
Final Blood
Deformable
Skiing
Speed Crisis
110m Hurdles
Lunation
High Jump
Ramming
Javelin Throw
Lightning
Long Jump
Aventturer
Triple Jump
Robot Adventure
Archery
Warrior Lemon
Rifle Range
Hallihoo Ice Hockey
Devildom Doom Shot Put
Devil Palace
Freestyle
Bomb Kid Rabbit's Triple
Forest Kid
Snowball
Aether Mission
Greedy (I'm gonna guess this could be PacMan?)
Assault Force
Diamond
Pulveration
Depth Bomb
Battle
Angler Fish
Earth Fighter
Fishing

I can't say that these are the same games that'll be included on this console, but it's quite likely given how all these cheap clones, are cloned!, one of them was the same system, but in a PSP style case.
#7
HAL2000
:thumbsup:Yeah a c64 one would be really good, but then it is one of my favourite computers of all time,

Yup, me too, hence why I've still got mine. Although, if you want a portable c64 I'd heartily recommend a cheap homebrew-enabled psp and pspvice, it's ace!
HAL2000
probably why I'm biased as I'm involved with a c64 tape preservation project!.

Really? I have a fairly large collection of tapes and disks (probably not that large compared to many of the complete obsessives out there but large enough), anything obscure needed?
And how do you convert tapes/disks to t64/d64 format anyway? With something like this or a completely different method? If there's anything you're after that I have and it's a simple enough process, I'm happy to help contribute.

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