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Mega Drive 3 (2007)

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Tectoy Mega Drive 3
Manufacturer: Tec Toy
Built-in games: 81
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Mega Drive
BR
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The 2007 release of the Mega Drive 3 is a "console on a chip" sold exclusively in Brazil by Sega's Brazilian distributor, Tectoy. Unlike previous releases by the distributor, this was the first Sega Mega Drive to not include a cartridge slot, meaning only the 81 built in games can be played.

The console itself is based off the standard Mega Drive II model (the last Tectoy release to borrow a Sega console design), though is painted white with a blue Tectoy/Mega Drive 3 logo. The console ships with two six button controllers which are interchangeable with other revisions of the console. It also only supports the A/V picture standard, unlike earlier models.

The console is also notable for shipping with a purple marker pen. Tectoy's original plan was to allow users to customise the console with it, though the idea was scrapped in later revisions.

Games Included

Mega Drive

Others

(note: Some of these games were developed by the brazilian company Devworks Game Technology)

  • Academia do Saber
  • Acerte o alvo
  • Air Hockey
  • Anaconda
  • Aniversário
  • Aquaduto
  • Asa Delta
  • Batalha Naval
  • Bill Bolha
  • Bolas e Coresv
  • Bolhas
  • Bombeiros
  • Canhão
  • Cava-Cava
  • Cavalos & Peões
  • Corrida de Tampinhas
  • Creature Capture
  • Domine o Território
  • Dominó
  • Fábrica de Chocolate
  • Fica 1
  • Guerra dos Monstros
  • Hexágono
  • Junte 4
  • Memória Master
  • Mina Terrestre
  • Minerador
  • Os 12 Trabalhos de Jongo
  • Palhaços
  • Pense Bem
  • Senha
  • Sudoku
  • Tangram

Physical scans

Mega Drive, BR
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Cover

External Link

References


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