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Even More Handhelds.....


Palitoy: Cue Ball

This is the UK version of this game, distributed by Palitoy
& Endorsed by Alex "Hurricane" Higgins
In the USA this game was sold as 'BankShot' by Parker Brothers.

  
 

Gakken - Galaxy Invader 1000

Galaxy Invader 1000 is one of the most common handhelds found in both NZ & in the UK.
Imported by CGL the above picture shows the rarier Gakken original.
Two other handhelds in this series also exist:
"Galaxy Invader" & "Galaxy Invader 10,000"

  
 

Bandai - Gunfighter

Clone of the early Midway Arcade Game "BootHill"
(later "Outlaw" on the Atari 2600)

  
 

Casio: Karate Fight

2 Player Karate Action from Casio.

  
 

Trafalga:
The 'Official' Pacman Game Watch

I'd be very suprised if this was in fact an 'officially' licensed Pacman product
The gameplay is largely ruined by the fact that your Pacman only ever faces
the one way and you can only eat the dots when facing them with an open mouth.
So going backwards you eat nothing!
Still a neat piece of history from when Pacman was a star.

  
 

Grandstand: Pocket Pacman

This was orginally an Epoch game rebadged and renamed for the UK market by
Grandstand
The Epoch version is called "Epochman".
A number of other games in the same style of cases exist including
"Scramble" in a Red Case & Tarzan "Green"
These Epoch & Grandstand LCD Games have fantastic reflective silver boxes.
'Mini Munchman' is an identical game just in a smaller sized version.