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The great Nintendo Handheld Games from the 80's ...!





  • Promo Game&Watch Mario’s Bombs Away

    Mario's Bombs Away

    Mario’s Bombs Away

    Game: Mario's Bombs Away TB-94, Panorama Screen Series
    Logo: Agfa
    Company: Agfa
    Country: Spain
    Number of games known: 1
    Agfa-Gevaert N.V. (Agfa) is a Belgian-German multinational corporation that develops, manufactures, and distributes analogue and digital imaging products and systems, as well as IT solutions. The company has three divisions. Agfa Graphics offers integrated prepress and industrial inkjet systems to the printing and graphics industries. Agfa HealthCare supplies hospitals and other care organisations with imaging products and systems, as well as information systems. Agfa Specialty Products supplies products to various industrial markets. Im. Source: Wiki
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    Logo Agfa
  • Promo Game&Watch Oil Panic Flamagas

    Oil Panic Flamagas

    Oil Panic Flamagas

    Game: Oil Panic OP-51, Multi Screen Series
    Logo: Flamagas
    Company: Flamagas
    Country: Spain
    Number of games known: 2

    The company Flamagas is mainly engaged in the production of lighters and cigarette paper and it was a distributor for Game&Watch in the 80's and 90's.

    The game originally came from someone whose uncle was working for Flamagas back then. The uncle received two of the "Flamagas" Game&Watch, which he gave to two of his nephews. From there, on of the games went on to a Game&Watch collector.

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  • Promo Game&Watch Popeye Club de vacaciones

    promo club de vacaciones

    Popeye Club de vacaciones

    Game: Popeye PP-23, Wide Screen Series
    Logo: Club de vacaciones
    Company: Club de vacaciones
    Country: Spain
    Number of games known: 1
    This « brand » was (and still is) a famous vacation club (like club Med in France) that is based in Spain. The owner tells me that her mother worked in that club in the 80s and that she was offered it for her 10th birthday. So I guess that this was promo games for employees only. No idea about how many of those were made. I made some research and found that logo in the beginning/middle 80s. Now the brand still exist and the logo is more styled.
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    Logo Club de vacaciones