Tiger Handhelds

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Hardcore Sadism
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Re: Tiger Handhelds

Postby Hardcore Sadism » November 3rd, 2015, 10:14 pm

I recall there being a series with a fold-down screen guard, a heavily-restyled version of games called "pocket arcade", and wanting these whenever I seen them online. One was Mortal Kombat.

I wonder if things could have been different for Tiger if they had actually branched out and didn't drop the ball with R-Zone and Game.Com...

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Re: Tiger Handhelds

Postby envytomdead » November 5th, 2015, 9:11 pm

Shapur wrote:I had a bunch of these as a kid and kinda liked them actually. The gameplay was extremely simplified and there wasn't a lot of depth but hey it was a way to kill time if I didn't have access to the TV(and my parents weren't gonna shell out for a Game Boy).

I remember After Burner, a Sonic one, Double Dragon the most. I sunk a lot of time into that Double Dragon one.


I had and have Gauntlet and Double Dragon. I'm playing them a lot right now. Especially Double Dragon.


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