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1. Star Wars Episode 3 Plug and Play
$18.95 list($19.99)
2. Disney 5-in-1 TV Games
$19.99 list($24.99)
3. Atari Classics 10 In 1 TV Games
$16.99 list($18.95)
4. Namco II: Ms Pac-Man with 5 TV
$19.99
5. Spider-Man Controller with 5 TV
list($18.95)
6. SpongeBob SquarePants TV Games
$18.95 list($24.99)
7. Namco TV Games
$19.99
8. Activision 10 in 1 TV
$19.99
9. Batman TV Game
$19.99
10. World Poker Tour
$19.99 list($34.99)
11. Space Invaders Arcade Legends
$19.99
12. Atari Paddle Controller with 13
$19.99
13. Namco Mini Portable Pac-Man Pocket
$19.99
14. Plug and Play Classic Arcade Pinball
$18.80
15. Frogger TV Arcade
$15.99 list($34.99)
16. Tetris Arcade Legends Plug N Play
$19.99
17. Blues Clues Coloring With Blue
$19.99
18. SpongeBob SquarePants Dilly Dabbler
$18.98
19. Konami TV Arcade
$19.99
20. Tele-Doodle

1. Star Wars Episode 3 Plug and Play TV Games

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Asin: B00074FYBY
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Toymax
Sales Rank: 205
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Game
The new Star Wars plug-in video game is awesome. There are five different games that are included: The Gunship Battle, Grievous Onslaught, Coruscant Attack, Droid Invasion, and Utapau Chase. You are wielding lightsabers deflecting blasts from droids in one game while you are piloting a Jedi starfighter launching an attack on Separatist battleships on another.

My favorite game is the Utapau Chase. I am Obi-Wan Kenobi tracking down General Grievous while being chased by enemy Bogas and avoiding turret gun fire. I can upgrade my blasters, armor my Boga, or acquire extra lives. This game combines the classic arcade game graphics with the versatility of a great video game. It is fast paced and fun. I would recommend this game to both Star Wars and video game fans alike.

4-0 out of 5 stars This Game Rules!
The new Star Wars plug-in video game is awesome. There are five different games that are included: The Gunship Battle, Grievous Onslaught, Coruscant Attack, Droid Invasion, and Utapau Chase. You are wielding lightsabers deflecting blasts from droids in one game while you are piloting a Jedi starfighter launching an attack on Separatist battleships on another.

My favorite game is the Utapau Chase. I am Obi-Wan Kenobi tracking down General Grievous while being chased by enemy Bogas and avoiding turret gun fire. I can upgrade my blasters, armor my Boga, or acquire extra lives. This game combines the classic arcade game graphics with the versatility of a great video game. It is fast paced and fun. I would recommend this game to both Star Wars and video game fans alike.

5-0 out of 5 stars Utapau Chase Rules!!!
I just got this game and it rules! It's cool because it brings back the old school gaming with a new school attitude to it.All you do is actually plug it in and play it.The game is all self explanatory and comes with instructions on how to play any of the five games in it.The five games are great, but I have to say the one I like the most is the Utapau Chase.Also another cool feature is that it saves your scores. The graphics and the gameplay are both smooth and i didnt find any bugs playing this game, like you normally would find.

4-0 out of 5 stars Worth every penny....
The games are fun for the most part and the controller is very comfortable. The space battle game reminds me of the 80's arcade game Bosconian (with much better graphics). All the games control perfectly with the analog stick (yes, it's a REAL analog) and the sound effects are sampled right from the films. My 3.2 year old son actually enjoys these games, but a couple are VERY hard (rescue Palpatine comes to mind). Overall, this is something I will never tire of, and for 20 bucks....it's a steal.

5-0 out of 5 stars 80's-style gaming with a modern edge!
As a 33-year old who has not yet commited to a game platform, this plug & play was a real treat. As it says in the title, it is 80's-style gaming with a modern edge.AND you can save the high scores!I found myself playing and enjoying it for hours.All 5 of the games included in this plug & play emulate a classic 80's arcade game, but incorporate characters and locations from the new trilogy of prequels. This is not a complaint, I thoroughly enjoyed this aspect of the toy, as did my 36-year old brother. (And 2-year old son.) You may find that you quickly master a few of these games, but the time spent getting there is well worth it.It is cool looking, has a great controller, and the games are challenging and well-designed, indeed. Enjoy! ... Read more


2. Disney 5-in-1 TV Games
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B0001GBRNC
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Jakks Pacific Inc.
Sales Rank: 108
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Features

  • Five games featuring your favorite Disney characters
  • All games are stored in the joystick: just plug into your TV and play
  • Games include Donald's Disney Golf Tournament, Stitch's Search for Lilo, and Aladdin & the Gems of Agrabah
  • Other games are Timon to the Rescue and Simba & the Tree of Trials
  • For 1 player

3. Atari Classics 10 In 1 TV Games
list price: $24.99
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Asin: B0000645DD
Catlog: Toy
Manufacturer: Toymax
Sales Rank: 44
Average Customer Review: 3.93 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Today’s video games with all their bells and whistles had to begin somewhere, and that somewhere was your living room, in, say, 1982.Remember Asteroids, Missile Command, and Breakout? How about Centipede, Adventure and Gravitar? This TV Games Video System--just a "smart" joystick and nothing else--delivers 10 classic games in all. The joystick has the typical up-down-left-right movements, and single functions to select, start, and reset games. Front-and-center is a big, red fire button ("fire" being the only way to propel or kill things back then). The unit hooks up to your TV via those yellow and white AV output jacks (which should already be on your TV or VCR), and requires 4 "AA" batteries. --Diane Beall ... Read more

Reviews (56)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great nostalgia kick
I was a huge Atari fan back in the day, so I was very excited about this product when I saw it in stores. My wife took the hint and picked one up for me. What a great little product! I have had a great time getting into the old classics, and even my kids are enjoying it. ADVENTURE is especially good and is easily the game I play most. There is only one dark spot on this product - some of the games they chose for this joystick product were originally designed for the old paddle controller. Pong and Breakout just aren't the same.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not worth the money
I thought this would be a fun purchase, but it's not! <br /> <br /> Like the reader before, the games don't even look like they did in the arcade, for example Centepede, when the game is about to boot up, the screen shows the original screen with mushrooms but when the game play starts the mushrooms turn into red blocks! <br /> <br /> None of the games match the originals. Very dissapointing!

1-0 out of 5 stars COOL gaming system!!!!
im Erik Brillhart and when i was growing up, my parents' freinds had an Atari 2600. when i was playing it, i didnt wanna stop! then i saw this when i used it, it was just like the Atari 2600! i really love this thing and it can take a heck of a beatin'. but u wont learn anything from it exept how to have a fun time!

1-0 out of 5 stars Review
My grandma got me this game and I love it I also have the controller with 10 games.

1-0 out of 5 stars NO GOOD!
I am very disappointed with this product. It's not even worth 20 bucks. The graphics/sounds aren't even close to the original games. Plus, it doesn't even work properly. TOO many glitches have started appearing and it's only been used a few times. (and not by abusive children, but by adults) Please don't waste your money on this poorly made product. MS pacman one is bad news too. ... Read more


4. Namco II: Ms Pac-Man with 5 TV Games
list price: $18.95
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Asin: B0001GBROQ
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Jakks Pacific Inc.
Sales Rank: 8
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Play Ms Pac-Man and 5 other games on your TV.
  • Controller and game system in one
  • Includes Ms. Pac-Man, Galaga, Pole Position, Xevious and Mappy
  • Great retro fun
  • For 1 player

Reviews (29)

frustrating, not fun
This would have been a great game but... the joystick is terrible while playing Ms Pac-Man. You can only make her move up or down about half the time. It is not just a timing thing either. Additionally, I have also seen her pass through a ghost. That would have helped my score if I would have kept playing instead of staring at the screen with my mouth wide open. I didn't have any problems with Galaga.

This handheld unit has a great concept. Three of my favorite games: Ms Pac-Man, Galaga and Pole Position in one easy to use and portable unit. Too bad the execution of the concept was done horribly. "Return to Sender"

5-0 out of 5 stars AWESOME!
This is great! The games are just as I remember. We are playing this on a 65" Wide Screen and the resolution is great and response of the game is faster than I expected. The whole family loves it!

5-0 out of 5 stars A blast from the past
This is great. I just loved these games in the Arcade and I love them at home too. They are all so much fun. The problem with the Ms Pacman is the person not the stick. Like someone else said, you don't have to force it. A few weeks ago I would have agreed that it sucks for Ms Pacman but now I realize that I was trying too hard. You don't have to hold the stick to move her just push gently in the direction you want to go. Also make sure you are holding the game straight. If you are kicked back on your couch, chances are, your not. Sit up straight and hold it infront of you until you get the feel then you'll see, it works just like it used to.

4-0 out of 5 stars Just like the arcade!
<br /> I've become a big faun of these plug-n-play joysticks, so naturally I grabbed this one as soon as I could. Great product! Ms. Pac Man and Galaga alone are worth the price. Xevious is also excellent - better even than the Gameboy version I recently picked up. Mappy is also a lot of fun. But the biggest surprise was Pole Position - the stick actually twists left and right to function like a steering wheel!<br />

4-0 out of 5 stars Fun for all ages
I purchased this for my 2 1/2 year old and he loves it. The whole family cannot get enough. I agree however on the joystick for miss pac man. ... Read more


5. Spider-Man Controller with 5 TV Games

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Asin: B0001NE40I
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Jakks Pacific Inc.
Sales Rank: 82
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6. SpongeBob SquarePants TV Games
list price: $18.95
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Asin: B00014BWQ6
Catlog: Toy
Manufacturer: Toymax
Sales Rank: 181
Average Customer Review: 3.91 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (11)

Great Game
This is a great game. My 4 year old son loves it!!(so does the rest of the family when he lets us play). It is good for the development of his hand-eye coordination. Good price for hours of fun!!

Excellent value
I bought this game for my daughters 6th birthday and it is a very entertaining toy.It plugs directly in to your tv so its easy to use.It is even fun for adults because there are so many levels to play.Because it is so small its portable for a night at grandmas or a friends and you get an entire game system with 5 games for less than the cost of one game for another game system.My kids enjoyed it so much that we went and bought the Pac Man game and plan to buy more.

Fun for Families
I bought this for my four year old son since he is a big fan of Spongebob. He LOVES it! The entire family has enjoyed playing it together, something that only games like Mario Kart or Mario Party have done in the past. The games are pretty easy to learn and it helps his hand-eye coordination as well. Another really nice thing about it is that it is not violent like so many games out there today. It is also VERY easy to hook up; we brought it with us to to my parents' house for Father's Day and hooked it up there so all of the kids could play together.

My son has invited many of the kids in the neighborhood over to play, and they have all enjoyed the different games. The only downside is that they have to take turns playing since more than one person cannot play at a time.

Like one of the other reviews said, it does drain batteries, making the colors go out. But buying batteries is still cheaper than buying a video game that can easily get scratched. This is easily worth the $20 that I paid for it!

Think alot before you buy
I bought this toy for my daughter on Sunday afternoon. She played with it for awhile and she loved it. I couldn't get my husband away from it. But then after you play it for awhile the color goes off.
Monday morning she turned it on and there is no color at all. I can't decide if I will try another one or just get a refund.
Think before you buy this one. I made an impulse buy that most likely I will regret.

Not user friendly for lefties
I purchased this game for my son. Once he was off to bed I decided to play it myself. Well, I discovered that it was not user friendly for us lefties. What I mean is most lefties would hold the joystick with their left hand but if you do that then you cant use the fire button because its on the upper left corner. I was really dissapointed. Of course the games dont compare to our PS2 or Gamecube but they arent supposed to. The games are similar to Atari games. But back to what I was saying,if you are a lefty you may not want to purchase this game. I tried turning the game around making the fire button easy to reach but that didnt work either.
Like I stated earlier the games seem fun but they obviously did not have left handed people in mind when they made this game because they didnt put the fire button in a easy to reach place for a lefty. ... Read more


7. Namco TV Games
list price: $24.99
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Asin: B00009VDXX
Catlog: Toy
Manufacturer: Toymax
Sales Rank: 45
Average Customer Review: 3.98 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (62)

4-0 out of 5 stars Worth every penny!!
I think the game is a great value! I mean for the price you can't go wrong. At first the joystick felt a little arkward while playing pac-man, but now I'am use to it. I also would have preferred that the reset button be on the side or back of the console because I find myself hitting it by mistake. But overall... I think it's the next best thing to the original arcade version. After Pac-Man, my next favorite game is Dig Dug and playing that game just brought back a lot of memories. It seems soooo authentic!! For the price I am so impressed. I only wish that Ms. Pac Man worked as well as Pac-Man. I was about to purchase Ms. Pac Man but after reading the reviews I think I'll wait until Namco comes out with a new and improved version.

4-0 out of 5 stars 80's flashback
Wow! This is so fun! It works so well and is so easy to install. This is fun for the whole family, we all love to play the games. Graphics are good, joystick works well. It reminds me of going to arcades when I was young...

5-0 out of 5 stars Greatest Toy in Years
Its about time this was created, ITS the most Superb thing I have played in years.

5-0 out of 5 stars really fun, don't forget the batteries
at first i wasn't sure about buying this toy, but i did, and i have absolutely no regrets about it. it cost me about 18 bucks, and i know that i would have spent WELL over 18 bucks if i'd played these games in the arcade as many times as i've played them at home. there was one game on there i'd never heard of (bosconian), but it turned out to be the best one. the only one i don't really like is galaxian, it's kind of boring. but the rest are great. it takes 4 aa batteries, and when they start to go dead the picture gets funny. the batteries are not included so don't forget to buy them like i did. i would recommend this toy to anyone who likes video games, and some people who normally don't. i gave it a couple stars for educational because video games help hand-eye coordination, etc, etc.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fun as hell
Alot of people gave this guy bad reviews on it's shoddy quality. I don't know if I just got a good unit or not, but I've been playing this thing almost everyday since I got it a month ago and have had 0 problems. Not only have I not had to replace the batteries once (I guess these old games don't suck up much), but it's held up through my various slams and harsh playing styles. So, I guess I'd say..buy where you can return it (i.e. not on ebay), but don't hesitate purchasing it based on the bad reviews. ... Read more


8. Activision 10 in 1 TV

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Asin: B0001HYSG4
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Jakks Pacific Inc.
Sales Rank: 287
Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Play 10 classic Activision arcade games on your TV
  • All games stored in the joystick: just connect to your television and play
  • No game console needed
  • Games include Pitfall, Atlantis, River Raid, and Spider Fighter
  • Other games include Crackpots, Freeway, Tennis, Boxing, Ice Hockey, and Grand Prix

Reviews (5)

this sucks!
all the games are not good,cheap, and boring. don't get this prouduct.

5-0 out of 5 stars Woah, the other reviewers are nuts!
Dont be fooled by those guys makin that noise... This thing rocks! Holy COW! If you grew up in the 80's - eating cereal on the living room floor with ur legs in a sleeping bag watching superfriends and peewee's playhouse, or maybe spiderman and his amazing friends, or perhaps the arcade block with q-bert and donkey kong... Then this is for you! Relive those days with these awesome games!! I played pitfall for three hours yesterday... I have always wondered since I was lil one whether u can beat that game or not and I gave it my all yesterday... After three hours I was still rackin up points with no end in sight... but there is no frustration, just the desire to go play it some more! Get thsi product, and also shrek 2 and spiderman 2 for xbox or ps2 and you will have everything you need! It seems only activision, take-two, and majestic have been doign anythign right in the video game industry lately!

PAYCE!!

Decent games, and reasonably comfortable
After playin', enjoyin', and just plain geekin' out to the other TV Games systems-- well, except for that SpongeBob SquarePants dealie; I gotta maintain SOME semblance of dignity, after all-- I decided to give the ActiVision version a go. And after trying its ten offerings out, I found the whole thing a mixed bag. A few of the games were pretty fun and challenging, while others were a bit repetitive and/or nigh impossible to beat no matter how hard I tried.

While the headlining title, "Pitfall!", was kinda frustrating at first-- especially when I was tryin' to get across the gator-infested ponds-- I eventually got the hang of the controls and timing for the most part. Well, except for leaping over the coiled cobras and giant scorpions just right so's I didn't kill myself. The only other problem I had with this title was that the frames that I was running and leaping through appeared to be in a loop-- I managed to survive the first half-dozen frames, and the next half-dozen looked exactly like the ones I just completed! Unfortunately, I never really played this title much when I was but a wee 'Norch, so I have no idea whether or not this was how the original "Pitfall!" was set up. If anyone can give me the 411 on this bit o' weirdness, head on over to my About Me area and drop me an e-mail, willya? Thanks...

While the ActiVision console includes four sports games (Grand Prix, Tennis, Boxing, and Ice Hockey), the only one I really enjoyed playing was Ice Hockey. The Tennis game is so hard for me to score against the computer, I usually get blanked in several straight sets-- which isn't the kinda "love" I'm lookin' for, if ya catch my drift. On the upside, the computer and I can get that ball ricocheting back and forth for up to two minutes on end before the inevitable happens. The Grand Prix game pits me against a bunch of other cars on a straight-line track, with the object of setting the best time whilst trying to avoid potholes and bumping into other cars, both of which can slow me down. Only problem is, this system doesn't save any of the scores and times, so I don't have any records to beat. The boxing game is pretty good if you can keep pushing the button at a maddening pace to try and keep up with your opponent's number of landed hits. I played this particular game for a minute before quitting from fatigue on my fire-button thumb.

Probably the simplest game is "Freeway", a low-budget "Frogger" wanna-be. The object of the game is to get as many chickens across a ten-lane highway as you can in 2 minutes and 16 seconds (why in two minutes and 16 seconds, you ask? Hey, beats me-- I didn't come up with the freakin' game). Like "Frogger", there's quite a bit of traffic one has to dodge to get to the other side. Unlike "Frogger", however, the chicken can only move up and down, not side to side. Also unlike "Frogger", when a chicken is struck by a car, it's not squished flat, but is pushed back one lane (on one setting), or right back to the side of the highway where it started (more difficult setting). Needless to say, this one gets kinda monotonous after a while, especially with the traffic patterns being so predictable.

"Atlantis" is a fairly fun "Missile Command" ape, although you've got to get used to which directional controls activate the three gun batteries you're using to fire on the enemy ships. Speakin' of enemy ships, one of 'em looks kinda like the Enterprise from "Star Trek" and a couple others look a little like X-Wing Fighters and Imperial Star Destroyers from the classic "Star Wars" flicks. I usually get utterly trashed by the enemy in this game, but I manage to have some fun before my inevitable demise...

My fave adventure game in this system, though, is "River Raid". With a supersonic jet, the player flies over a river, destroying enemy ships, choppers, bridges and fighter jets whilst trying not to hit the refueling markers the player needs to keep his gas tank full. The player can move the plane left and right, and use the forward/back control to speed up or slow down. While I've gotten a bit more used to the left-and-right dealie, I'm still tryin' to get the hang of the speed-up/slow-down angle. Well, actually, I just need to work on the slow-down angle; it's the speed-up thing I do TOO much work on! It's true what they taught ya in Driver's Ed., kids: speed kills! In the time I've been playin' this bad-boy, I've probably crashed the equivalent of the entire U.S. Air Force twice over! But I'm not gonna let that deter me from my mission, oh no...

But even though I found only half of the games here really fun, I hafta say that the ActiVision control joystick is the most comfortable to use out of all the TV Games systems that have come out so far. Unlike either the Atari or Namco renditions, the corners of the ActiVision stick's base are nice and rounded, which won't dig into and cause too much discomfort to my control-holding hand. The ActiVision joystick's smooth response is also a big improvement over Atari's offering, which ya really hafta lean into to get the subject to move where you want it to go. As for the extra Fire button on the top of the joystick: I didn't like it quite as much as I did the sideline Fire button. Were the stick a little longer and the Fire button more off to the side of the control than right on top, however...

'Late

2-0 out of 5 stars sigh...
I was so disappointed with this thing after having such high hopes of playing this retro style system. The games are not true faithful renditions of the classics! Pitfall has many glitches...sometimes when you go on to the next screen, Harry will be swinging on a vine without you even jumping on it. The vines swing too low, you are practically inside the pits that you are trying to jump over. The sound is absolutely horrible and are not close to the original sounds of the originals. The tones are much lower and also, this unit cannot reproduce the classic thruster sounds of the old 2600. When playing River Raid, (one of the best Activision titles ever) the plane sounds more like a car engine than a thruster. The explosions on Atlantis are more a series of weird tones than explosions. And speaking of Atlantis, its a cool game, but it is NOT an Activision game! It was done by Imagic for goodness sakes!!! I just think of other cool Activision titles like Barnstorming, Laser Blast, Starmaster, Pitfall 2, etc. that could have put on here instead of an Imagic title. I was so psyched to get this when I saw it, but was incredibly disappointed. The Atari 10 in 1 is far superior. I'd rather play Pong with a joystick than a half baked conversion of Pitfall. I cant believe in this age of technological advancements that they cant faithfully reproduce an Atari 2600 game. 2 stars for a cool retro style joystick and
for a halfway enjoyable gaming experience with the sound muted.

3-0 out of 5 stars an okay way to play some Activision classics like pitfall
This is a pretty average console with some pretty average games and a few Atari 2600 hits. It is a fun game to play with a few catches.

First, the games. Some of these games are very good like Pitfall, spider fighter and Grand Prix, a few average games like Freeway and Crackpots, and there are a few lousy games like ice hockey.
Though the game selection is above average, it could have easily been better. It's missing some amazing Activision games like keystone Capers and H.E.R.O. Those could have been added just from a slight increase in memory.

Next is there is nothing new at all. If you already own these games on Atari 2600 it's not worth getting if it wasn't portable.

Third is durability. It is made out of cheap plastic that is not very durable at all. I left this in my car during hot weather and some of the plastic melted in top of the chip inside and ruined it.

Fourth is multiplayer, only a couple games are multiplayer: River Raid and Freeway. River Raid only has alternating multiplayer while Freeway 2 players can play at the same time.

Overall, this is a neat way to play some classic Activision Atari 2600 games, but you're much better off getting Activision Anthology for Gameboy Advance. ... Read more


9. Batman TV Game
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B0002ZOIO2
Catlog: Toy
Manufacturer: Toymax
Sales Rank: 5162
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Features

  • Plug and play directly from your TV set
  • Rated E for Everyone
  • Batman video game

10. World Poker Tour

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Asin: B00064Z190
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Toymax
Sales Rank: 42
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11. Space Invaders Arcade Legends Plug N Play
list price: $34.99
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Asin: B0002E7C9G
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Radica Games
Sales Rank: 439
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12. Atari Paddle Controller with 13 TV Games

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Asin: B0001GBRO6
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Jakks Pacific Inc.
Sales Rank: 356
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Play classic Atari games on your TV with the Paddle Controller
  • Includes 13 popular Atari games including Breakout, Super Breakout, and Warlords
  • TEXT_ATTRIBUTE_s original Atari graphics and sound
  • All hardware built-in to controller--no need for a separate console unit
  • For 1 player

Reviews (1)

Missed the point of paddle controllers
I am a fan of Jakks' Namco TV games, but they messed up with this one. The point of having a paddle (knob) controller is to have smooth control over your position on screen. With this unit, the paddle does not move smoothly on screen; it jumps from position to position as you turn the knob. Circus Atari was actually a much better game than what you get here; in this version you only get 8 discrete positions to play from, a limitation which often prevents you from achieving anything.

The other games don't suffer quite as much from this deficiency in Jakks' design, so there is still some fun to be had. You get many options for each game, such as difficulty and play variations. You even get arcade versions of Pong and Warlords.

Overall, this little unit worth having even though it is not as good as the original games. In what were originally two-player games, the computer's skill level is set very nicely. But I probably would have been happier if I had waited to get Jakks' other paddle TV game, which does let you play against another person. ... Read more


13. Namco Mini Portable Pac-Man Pocket Edition

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Asin: B00025YP9K
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Jakks Pacific Inc.
Sales Rank: 1572
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14. Plug and Play Classic Arcade Pinball

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Asin: B0001GBRNW
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Jakks Pacific Inc.
Sales Rank: 284
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Features

  • Single joystick controller to play classic pinball games
  • All games stored in the joystick: just connect to your television and play
  • Three pinball tables each with three difficulty levels
  • Uniquely themed tables include Paleolithic Pete, Super Star Strike, and Skate Scene Pinball
  • For 1 player

15. Frogger TV Arcade

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Asin: B0002IQOP0
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Majesco Sales, Inc.
Sales Rank: 266
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16. Tetris Arcade Legends Plug N Play
list price: $34.99
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Asin: B0002E7C9Q
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Radica Games
Sales Rank: 426
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17. Blues Clues Coloring With Blue

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Asin: B00026RFJ6
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Jakks Pacific Inc.
Sales Rank: 1011
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18. SpongeBob SquarePants Dilly Dabbler TV Games Activity Pack

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Asin: B00026RFIM
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Jakks Pacific Inc.
Sales Rank: 225
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Features

  • Play seven side-splitting SpongeBob activities
  • All games are stored in the joystick: just plug into your TV and play
  • Metal Shaving Makeover lets you add moustache, hair, and more to SpongeBob and friends
  • Draw cool pictures in Gary's Gooze Art
  • For 1 player

19. Konami TV Arcade

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Asin: B0002IQOQE
Catlog: Toy
Manufacturer: Majesco Sales, Inc.
Sales Rank: 10610
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20. Tele-Doodle

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Asin: B00026RFIW
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Jakks Pacific Inc.
Sales Rank: 681
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Features

  • Turn your TV into an art studio and draw on your television screen
  • All-inclusive controller means that no game console is needed to play
  • Games include Chainsaw, Chisel, Needle and Thread, and Arch Welder
  • Other creative games feature Roller Brush and Bucket, Latch Hook and Yarn, Water Can, and Magic Wand
  • For 1 player

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