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With their bulky (and thus highly non-portable) dimensions, cute joystick, and dependency on fatter "C" batteries, the Game & Watch Tabletop games were markedly different from any other. They were also more technologically advanced, thanks to their colored, illuminated screens that shamed rival handhelds at the time. The series lasted only three months.

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DONKEY KONG JR.
Released: 28th April 1983
Series: Tabletop
Units produced: ~250,000

MARIO'S CEMENT FACTORY
Released: 28th April 1983
Series: Tabletop
Units produced: ~250,000

SNOOPY
Released: 5th June 1983
Series: Tabletop
Units produced: ~250,000

POPEYE
Released: August 1983
Series: Tabletop
Units produced: ~250,000

Michael Panayiotakis

24/06/08

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