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    Here is a great site that has photos of all the G&W units and it explains the various product lines too, as it always is a little confusing to me.

    http://www.gameandwatch.com/

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    Yes they did, in the Widescreen series, quite an easy one to get and a lot of fun (as are they all!)

    I should try to get some pics of my collection - they're all in the UK at present but I'll be back at Christmas to take inventory in my game-dump (ahem... sorry... parents attic!)

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    I have legend of zelda game and watch, donkey kong 2 and donkey kong boxed, and my girlfriend has just bought me for my birthday the Japanese version of mickey and donald (boxed) i plan on taking a photo of my collection, as soon as my birthday gets here (and i get my grubby hands on Mickey and donald). I have a couple of nintendo vs (donkey kong hockey and donkey kong 3) burger time (these are all unboxed) an odd one by vtech called rabbit hop triple screen it was called battling bunny in the uk and was made by innovations electronics, and a lot more.

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    or you could go here and play some game and watch simulators:

    http://www.madrigaldesign.it/sim/news.php

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    here is my collection of handheld games/game and watch

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    Ive never owned one of these unique rare gadgets. They look cool indeed. i did play the g&w gallery on the gameboy was pretty impressed with the twitch style gameplay. I might fire up the emulator and play some more!

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    Game & Watch units are really nice collectables that’s for sure. A friend of mine bought a few of the popular ones a while back and I have to say they stood up to the test of time surprising well. I only ever had a Pac-Land game some Parachute knock offs (I think they where called Submarine and UFO).

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    I am starting to get a small collection of boxed ones Game and Watch games now, and there really is an extra element to the collecting with the box. My gf bought be a Mickey and Donald for my birthday, i opened the box and the handheld was immaculate it was like no one had used it, it had all the instructions, just one sticker missing, i was quite impressed. Pac-Land wasn't a bad game on handheld, i still play it from time to time, i think it is more of a nostalgia trip for me, i get to play the games i owned way back then, and owned some of the games i wanted back then to.

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    I would absolutely love a Legend of Zelda Game and Watch.

    Right now I have some of the collections that were released on the GBC and GBA. I've also got the DS one that was exclusive to Club Nintendo.

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    I like LCD games in general, I'm just not going to pay the insane prices of some of these because I don't get them to collect them. I get them to play them. And I refuse to pay heaven knows how much money for an LCD version of Mario or Donkey Kong. heh
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