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Monday 23rd February 2015
Fabian

I can confirm there was a light gun cartridge for this console. I had one of the first version with the big button in the middle, and with a light gun. If I remember right one of the light gun versions had a white square mobin on screen to shoot on. Game we played the most was the motorcycle jumping over cars.

I think the console with some cartridges still are at my parents house...


Monday 23rd February 2015
Fabian

I can confirm there was a light gun cartridge for this console. I had one of the first version with the big button in the middle, and with a light gun. If I remember right one of the light gun versions had a white square mobin on screen to shoot on. Game we played the most was the motorcycle jumping over cars.

I think the console with some cartridges still are at my parents house...





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