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Arcade Motion Classic

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Arcade Motion Classic
Manufacturer: AtGames
Distributor(s): AtGames, H&B (France), Millennium (Germany)
Built-in games: 40
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Mega Drive
US
$? ?
Sega Mega Drive
UK
£?
Sega Mega Drive
FR
€?
Sega Mega Drive
DE
€?

The Arcade Motion Classic, known often as the Super Arcade is a console on a chip manufactured by AtGames. It is almost identical to the AtGames Mega Drive Video Game Console in design meaning it can run Sega Mega Drive cartridges, but has a white plastic shell, 40-built in games and claimed support for motion controlled games, similar to the Wii.

Out of the 40 built-in games, 15 are Mega Drive games from Sega, 7 are motion-sensing sports games and 18 are "bonus arcade games". The console ships with two wireless controllers (which require 2x AAA batteries each) with a number of attachable accessories.

Games Included

Mega Drive

Motion Sensing

  • Baseball 101
  • Bowling Alley
  • Boxing
  • Casual Fishing
  • It's T-Time
  • Joy of Ping Pong
  • Tennis Challenge

Bonus Arcade Games

  • Air Hockey
  • Bomber
  • Bottle Tops Race
  • Cannon
  • Checker
  • Chess'
  • Curling 2010
  • Fight or Lose
  • Fish Story
  • Hexagons
  • Jack's Pea
  • Jewel Magic
  • Mr. Balls
  • Naval Power
  • Plumbing Contest
  • Snow Boarding
  • Spider
  • Wall Breaking

Gallery

Physical scans

Mega Drive, DE
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Cover
Mega Drive,
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Cover
Mega Drive, FR
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Cover

References


Sega consoles created by AtGames
"Plug and play" systems
PlayPal Plug & Play (2006) | Poga (200x) | Brain Games Colour (2008) | Mega Drive Twin Pads (2008) | Arcade Master (20xx) | Reactor (20xx) | Arcade Motion Dual (2010) | Arcade Nano (2010) | Arcade Blast (2011)
Systems with a cartridge slot
Arcade Motion Classic (2008) | Arcade Classic (2009) | Genesis Gencore (2009) | Sega Mega Drive Flashback (2017)
Handhelds
Arcade Gamer Portable (200x) | Arcade Portable (200x) | Arcade Ultimate (20xx) | GenMobile (20xx)
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