There are hundreds, if not thousands, of TV plug-and-play games in the world. It’s odd to think of it this way though… many people know they exist, but who besides the hardcore collector knows when a new one is released? These finds are nothing more than a taste of the universe that is… TV GAMES!
Namco 5 in 1 – This compact TV game contains 5 different Namco games. The games aren’t listed in the auction, however looking at the side of the system itself, I can see it has Pac-Man, Dig Dug, and Pole Position. I can’t be sure what the last 2 are.
Namco 5 in 1 (Retro) – Another Namco 5 in 1, but this is a much older model. This system has Ms. Pac-Man, Galaga, Pole Position, Mappy, and Xevious. That’s quite a line-up for any late night game tournament.
Namco 12 in 1 – This is the most recent collection of Namco Games on a TV system. The list of games: Pac-Man, Galaga, Pole Position, Dig-Dug, Galaxian, Super Pac-Man, Xevious, New Rally X, Mappy, Pac-Man Plus, Bosconian, and Pac & Pal.
Mortal Kombat – This is a plug-and-play Mortal Kombat! Amazing to think that with this little machine, you can play Mortal Kombat anywhere that has a TV.
World Poker Tour – This, in my opinion, is an excellent choice for a TV game. The casual gamer who would keep this in a drawer near the TV seems a likely buyer here.
Sodoku + 48 Games – This one has a bunch of Sodoku puzzles along with 48 other nameless games. It actually comes with 2 different controls and a gun… you can guess any game in the world as being one of the 48 with those controls…
Street Fighter II – This TV game emulates Street Figher II on the Genesis. It comes with 2 controls, so you can challenge anyone anytime…
Atari 10 in 1– Made in the style of a classic Atari control, this 10 in 1 system has the following games: Centipede, Breakout, Gravitar, Real Sports Volleyball, Pong, Yars Revenge, Circus Atari, Missile Command, Asteroids, and Adventure.
Star Wars Classic Battles – This TV game is a bit of a mystery… I’m not sure what the games are, but it sounds like the games are unique to the system (which would be incredible). If anyone knows for sure, please post a comment.
In my long searches for TV games over the past few days, I happened to find something I could not believe. This TV system claims to contain 78,000 games!! I can’t see how this could be legal (and perhaps it isn’t), but there’s a catch… the site it’s being sold from is designed to ship items in high quantity for store sock or business give-aways. For this item, the minimum order is shown as “negotiable”. You can assume that shipping one unit is not an option… but, you never know… check it out here at SZ Wholesale.