Arcade Gamer

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Poga.jpg
Arcade Gamer
Manufacturer: AtGames
Distributor(s): Hyperkin (US), Millennium (Germany), Time (Netherlands), Tectoy (Brazil)
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Master System
US
Sega Master System
EU
Sega Master System
NL
DPGTIM0001
Sega Master System
BR
Sega Master System
BR
(1)
R$199.00199.00[1]

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The Arcade Gamer, also known as the Poga and as the Master System Portátil in Brazil, is a Sega Master System and Sega Game Gear console on a chip manufactured by AtGames.

The Arcade Gamer has been distributed by several companies under different names and colour schemes, in both 20 and 30 game variants. All share the same plastic shell - a controller (also seen with the Mega Drive Twin Pads) with an extra C button, despite no Master System or Game Gear games ever making use of it. The same shell was used for the Mega Drive-based Arcade Gamer Classic.

List of games

20 game version

30 game version

Gallery

Physical scans

Master System, ??
Poga Box Front.jpg
Cover
Master System, DE

Master System, ES

Master System, NL
Time Box Back.jpgTime Box Front.jpg
Cover
Master System, BR (yellow)

Master System, BR (blue)
MasterSystemPortatil30 SMS BR Box Front Blue.jpg
Cover
Master System, BR (2018)
Master System Plug & Play 40 Jogos caixa 02.jpgNospine.pngMaster System Plug & Play 40 Jogos caixa 01.jpg
Cover

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References


Sega consoles created by AtGames
"Plug and play" systems
PlayPal Plug & Play (2006) | Arcade Gamer (200x) | Brain Games Colour (2008) | Mega Drive Twin Pads (2008) | Arcade Gamer Classic (20xx) | 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)
Sega Game Gear Hardware
Game Gear Variations Sega Game Gear (Japan | North America | Europe (West | North | South | Central and East) | Other Regions) | Wide Gear
Add-ons Action Replay | Game Genie | Master Gear Converter (Gear Master | Nuby Converter) | Stereo FM Tuner | TV Tuner
Cases Carry-All | Deluxe Carry-All Case | Gear Bag | Holster Case | Standard Carrying Case | Soft Case | Third Party (Play & Carry Case)
Accessories A/V Cable | Battery Pack | Car Adaptor | Car Antenna | Cleaning Gear | Gear-to-Gear Cable | PowerBack (Third Party) | Screen Magnifier (Wide Gear | Super Wide Gear | Third-Party)

Handy Gear | Master Link Cable


Sega Master System
Topics Sega Master System | Technical Specifications (Hardware Comparison) | History | Boot ROM
Hardware Asia | North America | Europe (West | North | South | Central and East) | South America | Africa

Sega Mark III | Sega Game Box 9 | Tectoy Master System Girl | Tectoy Master System Super Compact | Kiosk | Sega System E

Add-ons Demo Unit II | Telecon Pack | FM Sound Unit | 3-D Glasses
Controllers SJ-152 | Control Pad | 3-D Glasses | Control Stick | Handle Controller | Light Phaser | Paddle Control | Rapid Fire Unit | Sports Pad | SG Commander
Misc. Hardware Action Replay | Card Catcher | Action Case | Freedom Connection | Playkit
Unreleased Floppy Disk Drive
Consoles-on-a-chip Arcade Gamer Portable | Coby TF-DVD560 | DVD Karaoke Game DVT-G100 | Fun Play 20-in-1 | Master System 3 | Master System Evolution | Master System Handy | PlayPal Plug & Play | Poga