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

  • Oil Panic Flamagas

    Oil Panic Flamagas

    Game: Oil Panic OP-51, Multi Screen Series
    Logo: Flamagas
    Company: Flamagas
    Country: Spain
    Number of games known: 2

    The company Flamagas is mainly engaged in the production of lighters and cigarette paper and it was a distributor for Game&Watch in the 80's and 90's.

    The game originally came from someone whose uncle was working for Flamagas back then. The uncle received two of the "Flamagas" Game&Watch, which he gave to two of his nephews. From there, on of the games went on to a Game&Watch collector.

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  • Promo Game&Watch Petro Lewis

    Oil Panic Petro Lewis

    Game: Oil Panic OP-51, Multi Screen Series
    Logo: Petro Lewis
    Company: Sunoco
    Country: USA
    Number of Games known: 3
    The company Petro Lewis is based in the USA and is now called Sunoco. It is an oil and gas company.
    Petro Lewis Sunoco Logo
  • 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 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 siteco op 51 s

    Oil Panic Siteco

    Game: Oil Panic OP-51, Multi Screen Series
    Logo: Siteco
    Company: Siteco
    Country: France
    Number of Games known: 1
    The company is specialized in lighting technology. Siteco now belongs to the company Osram.
    A French collector has found out that the father of a earlier school friend used to work at Siteco, and he even had put away one copy each game!
    Siteco Logo
  • 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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