E-time Game Play
From Sega Retro
|E-time Game Play|
The E-time Game Play, also known as the 16 Bit Game Player Hand-Hold, is an unlicensed Sega Mega Drive "console on a chip" distributed in parts of China. It connects to a TV and allows ROM images to be played via an SD card port. It also contains a DE-9 port, meaning a second controller can be connected to the unit.
The system runs on 3 AAA batteries.
|Mega Drive, AS† (E-time Game Play)|
|Mega Drive, AS† (16 Bit Game Player)|
|Unlicensed Sega Mega Drive hardware|
|Mega Drive | Mega Drive 2 | Genesis 3 | "Mini" models | "PlayStation" models | Others|
|1990s||AX-660 | AX-990 | EZcom | Game Dunk | HK-986 | KW-500 | KW-501 | Megavision | Modern Mate | New 16 Bit | SB-16C | Songa II | Star Drive DS 1603 | Super Alpha II | Super 16 Bit | TW-168|
|2000s||C-11 | Dual Action | e-time Game Play | GN Twin | Mega Drive Extreme | Mega Drive III | Mega Drive V | Noritul FX-16 | RetroN 3|
|2010s||16 Bit Compact MD HDMI | Fei Hao HD Retro Game | Hamy SD | MD Compact | MegaRetroN HD | Minigen | Minigen HD | RetroN 5 | Super Retro Trio | Super Retro Trio Plus | 16 Bit Pocket MD | Mega Sg|
|2020s||RetroN 3 HD|
|Clone console "families"|
|Magic Drive | Magistr Drive | Maniac Drive | Retro Genesis | Super Drive | "Young" series|
|HG-806 | Mega Drive Portable | Pocket MD | RetroGen|