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playpalThe PlayPal Portable is a video game player, which is pre-loaded with 20 classic games from SEGA Master System and Game Gear games. There is no need to buy game cartridges. The high quality 2.4” TFT LCD and built-in speakers allows arcade like playing experience in the palm of your hand. The PlayPal Portable game player has an A/V connector and with the included cable the player can be connected to any TV. The built-in SEGA games provide action adventure while testing your intelligence and skill. Enjoy playing classic SEGA games anytime, anywhere with the new PlayPal Portable video game Player.

20 built-in games, 5 Game Gear and 15 Master System.

box playpalAlex Kidd in High Tech World (Master System)
Alex Kidd in Miracle World (Master System)
Altered Beast (Master System)
Assault City (Master System)
Astro Warrior (Master System)
Astec Adventure (Master System)
Bomber Raid (Master System)
Columns (Game Gear)
Ecco II Tides of Time (Game Gear)
Fantasy Zone (Master System)
Fantasy Zone The Maze (Master System)
Global Defense (Master System)
Kung Fu Kid (Master System)
The Ninja (Master System)
Penguin Land (Master System)
Quartet (Master System)
Snale Maze (Master System)
Super Columns (Game Gear)
Sonic Drift 2 (Game Gear)
Sonic Triple Trouble (Game Gear)

PlayPal Sega Portable Player - Instruction Manual

INCLUDES 20 8-bit SEGA GAMES
Quick Start Guide Appearance and Key List The image below shows the location of the connectors and keys, the function of each key is listed also. (The following illustrations are for reference only.) 1 Power On/Off 11 1 10 7 Earphone Jack Switch to turn on/off Audio output from the Game Player. this Earphone Jack. 2 Directional Pad 8 VOL+ Key (D-pad) To increase the Directional pads volume. of games. 3 START 8 9 4 3 9 VOL - Key START key of games. To decrease the volume. 4 Reset 10 AV Out Jack Game Player Composite video and menu. audio output jack. 5 B Key 11 DC Jack B Key of games. 5 Input jack of 2 6 AC/DC adaptor. 6 A Key 7 A Key of games. How do you play the Game? 1 Push the “On/Off” key on “On” status to turn on Game Player. 2 Press “up” or “down” of D-Pad to select one of your favorite Game titles, then press the “A” key to select it. 3 Press the “START” key to play the current Game selected. How do you switch back to Game menu quickly while playing the game? Press “RESET” key for more than 2 seconds, then release the key, the screen will be back to the top level. How do you adjust the volume? Press the “VOL+” or “VOL-” key to adjust the volume for optimal audio eect. How do you turn off the Game Player? Push the “On/O” key on “O” status to turn o Game Player. The content of this document is SEGA is a registered trademark of TM subject to change without notice. SEGA Corporation. PlayPal is manufactured for & distributed Games software © SEGA Corporation.

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In response to Nintendo's Game Boy released in 1989, Sega developed and released their first handheld to the market called Game Gear. Initially released in 1990 in Japan, it was later released to the North American market in 1991 and subsequently to Europe and Australia in 1992. It was the first mainstream handheld system to be released with a color screen, something their main competitor, Nintendo, wouldn't do for its Game Boy line until the Game Boy Color debuted in 1998. It also generated its own light without the need for attachments, which Nintendo did not do until the Game Boy Light came out. Essentially the Game Gear was a portable Master System, although the color palette was larger and thus allowed for better looking graphics. Since the Master System and the Game Gear were both based on a similar Z-80 architecture, a third party released a peripheral called the Gear Master Converter, which allowed the Game Gear to play Master System cartridges. Sega, impressed with the technology, purchased the rights to the adapter and marketed it as the Master Gear Converter. Although technically superior and having better features than Nintendo's Game Boy, the Game Gear was plagued by a short battery life of approximately 3 hours. The required 6 AA batteries made the Game Gear enthusiast a rare one. Overall, the Game Gear was an impressive piece of technology for the time. It was on the market for a good 4 years and had a respectable software library, which included versions of the popular Sonic the Hedgehog series. SEGA Roms including zip game files of Sega Genesis and Game Gear roms.

Sega Mega Drive also known as Sega Genesis in North America. The Genesis was a 16-bit console created to rival the TurboGrafx 16. In 1990, Nintendo released the Super Famicom (or Super Nintendo Entertainment System—SNES), which was Genesis' major rival throughout the 16-bit era. Even though the Genesis was released earlier than the SNES, Sega had a hard time overcoming Nintendo's dominating foothold on the video game console market, which in the late-1980s was 95% in North America and 92% in Japan.

 
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GENS is an open source emulator for the Sega Genesis (Sega Megadrive). It runs on Windows systems (using DirectX), on Linux (using Simple DirectMedia Layer) and on Microsoft's Xbox. Development of Gens began in 1999. As of November 2005, the current version (2.12b) advertises full compatibility with "92%" of all Genesis games and is considered to be one of the most compatible Genesis emulators available. As with all emulators, games (in the form of ROM images) are not included and have to be downloaded or obtained separately. Genesis ROMs use the SMD file extention.


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