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We now buy and sell a vast collection of Nintendo Game & Watch across our stores and on our website!
In the early 1980s, Nintendo came up with the Game & Watch handhelds - small pocket-sized LCD games. As the name suggests, the Game Watch also features a clock (which also includes an alarm). These consoles saw a massive rise of popularity over the decades and were responsible for the introduction of the directional pad, which every modern controller uses.
Approximately 59 Game & Watch handhelds were released between 1980 and 1991, many of which folded in half to protect the LCD screen. Some of these (such as Zelda) also featured double LCD screens. Many popular titles made their way to the Game & Watch series including Mario Bros., Donkey Kong, Zelda and Mickey Mouse.
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