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Wednesday 11th April 2018

This game is not called miragama but miragame with an e at the end. If you look at the name tag, the last character seems similar to the a, but has the open space/gap to the right. So it is no a.
I btw stepped into te same trap :)

Saturday 13rd March 2010
Sly DC (Quebec, Canada)
Phoenix Video Game Classics

Salut Olivier!

Juste te dire que ce Pong est un clone du fameux Nintendo Color TV Game-15. La puce Motorola M-588315 est une clone identique de la puce Mitsubishi Electric M58816P. Regarde bien les jeux, ils sont pareils! :)

Salut bien! :)

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