Retro Mini Play Plug & Play Games Console w/ 200 Games $12.99 + Delivery (Free with Prime/ $49 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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The RRP is listed as 24.95.

Catch also have it on sale at $13.99
https://www.catch.com.au/product/my-arcade-dgun-2579-retro-p...

Game List:
F-22
RACING FIGHTER
VANGVARD
ANIMAL BLOCKS
MAGIC JONY
AERIAL WAREFARE
CRYSTAL BALL
POLICE DOG LASY
POLICE VS THIEF
PONGPONG
POWER ROBOT
PULWERATION
RABBIT VILLIAGE
SEAPORT GUARL
SEAWOLF
SPACE BASE
SPRING WORLD
STAR
SUBMARINE
THROUGHMAN
TOY FACTORY
UTMOST WAREFARE
VIGILANT
WARZONE
WATER PIPE
WILDWORM
WONDER BALL
MOVE BOX
VIDEO POKER
APPLE CHESS
FISHWAR
PUZZLE
RESISTANT
HITMOUSE
GOAL KEEPER
GOBLET TOWER
STRONG PJCC
FRANTIC FISHING
BROTHER BALL
BLACKJACK
DANGER BRIDGE
ROAD WORKER
PIZZA BOY
TOAD IN THE HOLE
OCTOPUS SEA
BACKGAMMON
SPADES
JUMP JUMP
BALLOON SHOOT
MUSIC MOMENT
AIRIAL HERO
METRO MANIA
CHECKERS
VOLLEY BALL 2P
DICE
ASSART
PILLAR
HIGH CARD
TWIN FISH
MEMORY TEST
ARCHERY
HIGH JUMP 1
JAVELIN
DISCUS PUT
SHOT PUT
SURFG SPORT
DARK CASTLE
SHOOT
UFO RACE
BACCART
ZERO GRAVITY
X-RACING
DADA
BICYCLE
HOODLE
LEVIN ACTION
CONQUEROR
SPACE WAR
TURTLES
TENNIS 1
MARS
FRUIT PIG
FREECELL
POWERPULL GIRL
VIOLENT
WRESTLING
SPAR
RESCUE KUCK
SURFACE FIRE
COBRA OF SKY
BANDITS
BITHA
BOUNCE
COMBATA
AETHER
BLOB RUSTER
LUNATION
FEAR MASTER
GRADIRS
HASSLE
TUNNY
UU WEAPON
GOLD DIGGER
FUTURE TANK
GOODHAND
PANZER FLY CAR
RISKER
SKY INVADER
BILLIARD
AIREWAY
AQUARIUM
ARENA
AIR ALERT
AWFUL RUSHING
AIMLESS
BURBLES
BURROW EXPLORER
BOX
SLOT
BASEBALL NEW
BUBBLE
CANNONADE
COAST GUARD
CUB ADVENTURE
DEPTH BOMB
DEWILDOM DOOM
DIAMOND
DUNE WAR
FIREBASE
FIRST DEFENDER
FIVE DAYS
FRANTIC MOUSE
FRUIT DISH
GALLAGANT
GARDEN WAR
GATE
HALLIHOO
HEXAPOD NEW
HEXAPOD WAR
LADYRINTH
LUNARIAM
MAD XMAS
MOTOBOAT
PANZER ATTACK
PENTA BASE
POBBLE
POLAR BAT
RURALGOBLIN
ROBOT
SEASON GARDEN
SHREW MOUSE
SNOWBALL
STAR FIGHTER
STRAFE
SMALL DONOSAUR
SILENT HUNTER
THE ARCHER
TWIN CARDS
TEXAS HOLD EM
WARRIOR
ABSCONDEE
AETHER CRUISER
AIM CRUISE
ANIMAL CONTEST
BUG CATCHER
BUSY BAR
CANDY WORKSHOP
CONTEST
COOKIES LABYRINTH
CRYSTAL BLAST
DEFORMABLE
DEJECTILE
EGG CONTEST
ESCAPEWAY
FAIR'S TREASURE
FATED PIRATE
FINAL BLOOD
FISH STORY
FLING BALL
FOREST ADVENTURE
FRUIT GIFT
GHOST CASTLE
GOLDEN BIRD
GREEDS
HAMMER&NAIL
HAPPY MATCH
ICE OCEAN
IQ CHAMPION
ISLAND
JUMPING KID
LIGHTNING
LITTLE WITCH
MAGIC EGG
MAND IN RED
MECCAND
MIRROR DEVIL WORD
MOUSE SNAKE
MOUSE HERO
MOWING
NUT CRACKY

Description from Catch:

Take things old school with the My Arcade Retro Play Controller, It comes with over 200 games and connects to any TV with A/V inputs. Just pop in 3 AAA batteries and let the fun begin!

Features:

DreamGEAR consoles
Model: My Arcade Retro Play Plug & Play Controller | DGUN-2579
Colour: Red/Blue
220 video games built-in
Compact size makes this portable to transport from TV to TV
No console required
Connects to most TVs with AV inputs
Includes a 5ft (152cm) A/V cable
Requires 3 x AAA batteries (not included)
Dimensions (cm, approx): 14 x 19.6 x 4.4 (W x H x D)
Recommended for ages: 3+ years
Country of origin: N/A
12-MONTH MANUFACTURER WARRANTY

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Comments

  • +2 votes

    No TETRIS ??

  • +1 vote

    AV Inputs?

    Do TV's even have these anymore?

    Its cheap, but you can see why.

  • +2 votes

    PUZZLE is my favourite.

  • +11 votes

    Bought one of these from JB for five bucks a while back because the 3 year old was with me and thought it would be fun and I'm like kiddo I know these games, every single one of them will be trash but she wanted it anyway, so I got it, five bucks, big whoop, right?

    Wrong. It was an absolute waste of five bucks. Trash games. Trash controller. Trash cable that barely locks in and wigles around way too much. And not just that, but the kiddo got bored after half a minute and dropped it so it's not even in use. You'd do much better to buy one of those NES clone things on eBay in the same kind of form factor for <ten bucks.

    • +2 votes

      Can you provide a link to the nes clones on ebay ?
      Thanks.

      • +1 vote

        just search "Pi console" on ebay
        you can play more games than nes..

        or build your own pi console.

        • +1 vote

          Yep but Building your own PI for retro pie etc you end up more around 50-80 bucks mark.
          If you really use it, def worth the extra $$$.

          I did it a about a year ago. All instructions are on the internet.
          Pi was about $30, housing $10, Power block $10 and than $5 per controller + SD card.

          Thousand of games you can download. I play mostly Bomberbman with the kids, they love it as much as we used to.
          And the big advantage with the PI you can use up to 4 controller without any extra hardware required

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            @BlueDiesel: yeah but in the long run it will still work out cheaper and get you more games than buying these
            separate Sega, nintendo and sony consoles

            BTW with the controllers are they wireless or wired?
            do you got link for the controller you bought?

            Does the wireless controllers work well with pi console?

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              @pinkybrain: If you are making a retropie console with a Pi then they are compatible with a lot of controllers. Xbox wired controllers (wireless need a Xbox adapter), Playstation wired/wireless (uses inbuilt Bluetooth) and a bunch of other controllers (I use a combo of cheap third party ps3 controllers and 8bitdo Bluetooth controllers

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              @pinkybrain: Yep as I said, if you really know you are going to use it (more than once) it is worth the extra money as you can emulate NES, SNES, SEGA, Gamboy, C64, Amiga ….games.

              I have bought a couple of cheap $5 "NES" USB controllers from ebay that work fine (sore thumbs, just like in the old days).
              But you can use pretty much any USB controller. It has 4 USB ports standard.
              But the PI also has Bluetooth and while I have not tried any pads I have a keyboard and mouse hooked up.

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            @BlueDiesel: Bomberman 64 is awesome. Best game, don’t know why they can’t make a good remake and keep making 2d games instead

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              @SlappersOnly: I am pretty sure Bomberman 64 was also the first 3D version. Because we always used to go back to the SNES for Bomberman as we did not like the "new" version. But the other advantage on the SNES was that you could connect up to four players with the special adapter.

              They recently had (with games for gold or gamepass, not 100% sure) Bomberman for Free on the XBOX. And even though it is kind of 3D it is really good. I love to play it with the kids. Biggest advantage compared with the PI is the precise controles and not having sore thumbs after an hour or so. But we still keep going back to the old versions in between.

      •  

        Here, this one is 7 bucks, mine was like 3.50 so wait on a sale if you want, but I have one of these and it's fine. https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Mini-Video-8-Bit-89-Retro-Classi...

        Still uses AVs, so obviously the picture is ass, but it's got the original Super Mario Brothers, Donkey Kong, and about 150 odd other NES games. A lot of shit ones, obviously, but on my one from memory there's a solid 30 odd classics like the two I just said, Excitebike, Kung-Fu, Space Invaders, Dig Dug, Pac-Man, Galaga, and so on.

        My honest opinion though, spend a bit more and pickup a BittBoy or similar device. They have a gorgeous little 2.5 (ish, it might be 2.4, I forget) IPS screen and the battery lasts for ages. They also (most of them anyway, can't speak to the lot) have TV out on them so they can be used the same as these ones.

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      Yep fully agree with you. Got the same one from JB for $5. Junk. Lots of mucking around trying to get it to work on a modern TV, too.

  •  

    They've excluded Mario!!!

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    fruit gift is my favorite game!

  •  

    Looks crap

  • +3 votes

    Already received my SNES mini from last amazon deal and in the middle of replaying Zelda link to the past

  •  

    Aren’t these at JB for $5.00?

    That’s what I paid from them a month ago. Still sitting in the ‘I will never use it drawer’

    Edit. TLDR

  •  

    First experienced in 1978, my old favourite MOWING.
    Just a few years later, my unfortunate NUT CRACKY.

  •  

    10x the price (in USD), but this may interest some people:

    https://boingboing.net/2019/05/23/playdate-a-tiny-game-conso...

  •  

    AWFUL RUSHING is my game of the year

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