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The great Nintendo Handheld Games from the 80's ...!

  • Promo Game&Watch Fire Plessey

    Promo Game&Watch Kardiogramm

    Fire "Plessey"

    Game: Fire FR-27, Wide Screen Series
    Logo: A "Cardiogram"
    Company: Plessey
    Country: England
    Number of Games known: 1
    The game is among collectors known as "cardiogram". The game originally came from a seller from England and it carries the CGL logo. CGL stands for Computer Games Limited. CGL was a company based in London and it was the distributor of Game&Watch and other handheld brands in the UK.

    Update January 28th 2018: The Plessey Company plc was a British-based international electronics, defence and telecommunications company, originated in 1917. In 1989, it was taken over by a consortium formed by GEC and Siemens which split the assets of the Plessey group.
    Source and more information about Plessey: Wiki

    Logo PlesseyPlessey cockpit panelOld Cockpit Panel from a RAF (Royal Air Force) Tornado Fighter
  • Promo Game&Watch Life Boat Matey

    Promo Game&Watch Matey

    Life Boat Matey

    Game: Life Boat TC-58, Multi Screen Series
    Logo: Matey
    Company: Matey
    Country: England
    Number of Games known: 3
    Matey is a fictitious word and stands for "ami / matelot", a company which manufactured soaps and shampoos for children in English speaking countries by that time. Picture of the box

    03/07/2020 Update:

    The true story being that these games were given out as xmas gifts to associates and workers of the photographic company who specialised in retouching photos for advertising agencies called Lifeboat/matey who were based in the Saatchi & Saatchi building in Whitmore street, London.

    A owner of this game said, he was given it at xmas in 1993, at the time he was working for a big advertising agency on a project involving an 90s band called 'Cockteau twins', Lifeboat/matey were in the process of retouching photos for one of their album covers which the company he worked for was doing the advertising for, he actually said that he'd put it in a drawer and forgot about until now as he's moving house.

    Lifeboat/matey as well as being in Saatchi & Saatchi's main building also worked with them on a lot of projects, they then merged with admagic and at some point bought out by another advertising company called TAG.

    Thanks a lot to Tony Liversidge for providing this information.

  • Promo Game&Watch Oil Panic Plessey

    Plessey Oil Panic

    Oil Panic "Plessey"

    Game: Oil Panic OP-51, Multi Screen Series
    Logo: A "Cardiogram"
    Company: Plessey
    Country: England
    Number of Games known: 1
    The previous owner got the game back in 1982. The Plessey Company plc was a British-based international electronics, defence and telecommunications company, originated in 1917. In 1989, it was taken over by a consortium formed by GEC and Siemens which split the assets of the Plessey group.
    Source and more information about Plessey: Wiki

    Logo PlesseyPlessey cockpit panelOld Cockpit Panel from a RAF (Royal Air Force) Tornado Fighter Oil Panic Plessey
  • Promo Game&Watch Oil Panic Queens House

    Promo Game&Watch Queens House

    Oil Panic Queens House

    Game: Oil Panic Queens House OP-51, Multi Screen Series
    Logo: Queens House
    Company: County and District Limited
    Country: Great Britain
    Number of Games known: 1
    Nothing known.
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  • Promo Game&Watch Oil Panic Stardust

    Promo Stardust

    Oil Panic Stardust

    Game: Oil Panic OP-51, Multi Screen Series
    Logo: Stardust
    Company: Stardust(?)
    Country: England
    Number of games known: 1
    There are no information on this company/brand known yet.
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