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Monday 25th March 2013
Lemonope (Australia)

Having owned one of it''s clones that was in colour. I don''t think this particular model had all the 5 built in games, but only 3 built in games, it certainly had Bowling, Patterns, and Doodle. It had a palette of only about 8 colours, while blue was used for the background, Bowling was still ''mono'' but rather Blue and White (or Yellow?) unlike B$W. Doodles and Patterns were colourful, but barely can call this a ''computer'', there wasn''t much this thing could do.





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