With the resurgence of retro games, people are snapping old-style arcade cabinets (such as those from Arcade1Up) for basements and game rooms. But you don’t need a spare wall to experience old-fashioned video games. My Arcade’s Pixel Classic looks like a clone of Nintendo’s Game Boy, but is packed with 300 vintage games.Now you can getFrom Macy’s-This is 60% off the regular $ 50 price, much cheaper than any other price you can find online. (The best price you can find Pixel Classic elsewhere is $ 35.)
The Pixel Classic looks around the world like a Game Boy, but comes with 300 games to play on a 2.75 inch color screen. It has a built-in speaker with volume control and can be powered by four AAA batteries or connected to a power source via Micro-USB.
Most of the 300 games are pretty common, but if you’re a fan of vintage games, you’re particularly interested in the eight Data East games. All of these are fully licensed and run in the original ROM: Bad Dudes, Caveman Ninja, BurgerTime, Karatedo, Heavy Barrel, Breakthrough, Side Pockets, B Wings.
Note: I wouldn’t recommend this handheld with the original $ 50 price tag. Some bundled games are difficult or impossible to play due to button mapping and emulation issues. For example, if you run into a game that you can’t control properly with two buttons and lack detailed steps, you’ll get a little taller and dry. However, all eight Data East games play as intended, so if that’s the main focus, especially given the fact that many of the remaining 292 games actually play fine. That’s a good spending of $ 20.
Oh, this is very important: Free shipping on purchases over $ 25, so add something else to your cart.
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