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Fast facts on Arcade Nano series
Manufacturer: AtGames
Built-in games: 10
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Mega Drive
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Sega Mega Drive
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Sega Mega Drive
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The Arcade Nano Series is a collection of RCA jack "Mega Drive-on-a-chip" units manufactured by AtGames. The console itself is built into a very small joystick that can be carried on a keychain or keyring using the strap attached to it. The entire console is powered by only one AAA battery (sometimes included), and it comes in an assortment of seven different variations, each with its own color scheme and game selection. Each package contains only the console (which doubles as the controller) and a mini-USB mono A/V output cable. Like many other newer clones, they are officially licensed by Sega.

Variations include:

  • Arcade Nano Sonic (light blue)
  • Arcade Nano Virtua Fighter 2 (white)
  • Arcade Nano Marshmallow (pink with cyan buttons)
  • Arcade Nano Columns (orange)
  • Arcade Nano Altered Beast (black)
  • Arcade Nano Sonic Blast (green)
  • Arcade Nano Casino Games (yellow)

Arcade Nano Sonic

Games Included

"Bonus" Games

  • Air Hockey
  • Cannon
  • Checker
  • Fight or Lose
  • Naval Power

Arcade Nano Virtua Fighter 2

Games Included

"Bonus" Games

  • Snake
  • Spider
  • Bottle Taps Race
  • Bomber
  • Hexagons

Arcade Nano Marshmallow

Games Included

+ 5 "Bonus" (Un-licensed/homebrew) Games + A set of 6 small heart-shaped stickers

Arcade Nano Columns

Games Included

+ 5 "Bonus" (Un-licensed/homebrew) Games

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