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Posted by Triforce on Sun, August 6th, 2006 at 10:43 - 3 Comments
 
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 Game Full Name: 
Game & Watch Collection
Game Region: 
JPN
Release Group: 
Caravan
Rom Size: 
64Mbit
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mrbass United States

  Fri, April 27th, 2007 at 15:05
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Oil Panic catch oil from dropping on fire on the stove...lame.

Donkey Kong but try jumping it´s like 2 FPS.

Green House  spray bugs from getting in the plants...the only half way fun one.

So yeah these games are playing on a casio watch I´m sure.  
 
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skewer United Kingdom

  Fri, April 27th, 2007 at 20:28
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Hey, I still have my original Donkey Kong Game & Watch, works like a charm - don´t knock the earliest clamshell games :)

It may well be 2fps, but that´s not the point of the pack - the partially-visible inactive LCD sections, the plastic colour around the edges of the screens, the identical sounds... it´s nostalgia, not prime gaming, and it fulfils that perfectly...
 
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Crass United States

  Fri, April 27th, 2007 at 21:13
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skewer Today at 20:28

Hey, I still have my original Donkey Kong Game & Watch, works like a charm - don´t knock the earliest clamshell games :)

It may well be 2fps, but that´s not the point of the pack - the partially-visible inactive LCD sections, the plastic colour around the edges of the screens, the identical sounds... it´s nostalgia, not prime gaming, and it fulfils that perfectly...


Very well said.  :mario:
 
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