=== You can find the Game Player Micro (or Mega Drive Micro) games console via eBay searches – its hard to find, but appears quite often (but not always with additional cartridges) ===
More Miniature Gaming fun!!
Today the Curator takes a look at the interesting Game Player Nano (also titled the Mega Drive Micro). This fascinating little handheld games console comes from China, and has over 40 Sega Megadrive games built into it.
BUT! As an added bonus, The Curator got a bundle from his eBay seller, which included and extra 3 CARTRIDGES! Yeah that’s right – this little beauty can use additional CARTRIDGES!
This makes it a REAL miniature gaming console – so what’s it like to play? Check out the video and see for yourself!
FAQ QUESTION: “WHERE DO I BUY ONE OF THESE??”
– The Curator usually finds the exhibits via eBay or similar sites. They’re not easy to find sometimes, but they’re out there. Be patient and you might be lucky! If we have a retail web link, we’ll put it at the top of the description. If its not there, there isn’t one to give you.
FAQ QUESTION: “WHY DOESN’T THE CURATOR TALK??”
– Unfortunately, The Curator isn’t able to talk in the videos – its just not possible. Actually, its a good thing – stops us listening to his nasally, whiney British accent.
FAQ QUESTION: “CAN I HAVE ONE OF THE EXHIBITS??”
– Sadly no. If we did that, there’d be nothing in the collection! BUT, we do hold competitions from time to time, so stay tuned!
FAQ QUESTION: “WHAT SCALE ARE THE MINIATURES??”
– They’re usually not described by scale (Eg 1/12th, 1/6th etc) – but Colin usually appears with every one in the videos, and he is 4 inches / 10cm tall.
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