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The '''Tectoy Master System Girl''' is a special [[Sega Master System]] released by [[Sega]]'s Brazillian distributor, [[Tectoy]]. It is largely the same as the [[Tectoy Master System Super Compact]] but uses pink plastic, and was marketed towards a female audience.
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The '''Tectoy Master System Girl''' is a special [[Sega Master System]] released by [[Sega]]'s Brazilian distributor, [[Tectoy]]. It is largely the same as the [[Tectoy Master System Super Compact]] but uses pink plastic, and was marketed towards a female audience.
  
 
Like the Master System Super Compact it is smaller than a regular Master System, never left Brazil and was designed to be portable. It can be powered by batteries but requires a TV for use.
 
Like the Master System Super Compact it is smaller than a regular Master System, never left Brazil and was designed to be portable. It can be powered by batteries but requires a TV for use.

Revision as of 01:45, 13 January 2012

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Master System Girl
Manufacturer: Tectoy

The Tectoy Master System Girl is a special Sega Master System released by Sega's Brazilian distributor, Tectoy. It is largely the same as the Tectoy Master System Super Compact but uses pink plastic, and was marketed towards a female audience.

Like the Master System Super Compact it is smaller than a regular Master System, never left Brazil and was designed to be portable. It can be powered by batteries but requires a TV for use.

Two versions of the Master System Girl were released. The first contained Mônica no Castelo do Dragão as a built-in game, while the second had both Mônica em O Resgate and Sonic the Hedgehog as built-in games.

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Sega Master System
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