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The first color handheld console, and a victim of overreaching.

The Lynx was released in 1989, with specs similar to a Turbo Grafx 16, far beyond Nintendo's Game Boy. Its screen was not only color like the later Game Gear, but backlit. However, the Lynx cost twice as much as a Game Boy and ate six AA batteries in four hours. The Game Boy won hands down. Atari re-released the Lynx with a lower price and a much smaller size, but to no avail.

Specs

Processors

  • CPU: MOS 6502, 4 MHz
  • GPU: Custom "Suzy" 16-bit graphics processor with blitter and math coprocessor

Memory

  • 64K RAM
  • Cartridges up to 512K

Display

  • 160x102 resolution
  • 16 colors per scanline from a 4096-color palette

Sound

  • Four channels, 8 bit

Games

  • A.P.B.
  • Alpine Games
  • Awesome Golf
  • Baseball Heroes
  • Basketbrawl
  • Batman Returns
  • Battle Wheels
  • Battlezone 2000
  • Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
  • Block Out
  • Blue Lightning
  • Bitchy
  • Bubble Trouble
  • California Games
  • CGE 5th
  • Championship Rally
  • Checkered Flag
  • Chips Challenge
  • Crystal Mines II
  • Crystal Mines II: Buried Treasure
  • Cybervirus
  • Cyberball
  • Desert Strike
  • Dinolympics
  • Dirty Larry: Renegade Cop
  • Double Dragon
  • Dracula the Undead
  • Dragnet
  • Electro Cop
  • European Soccer Challenge
  • Fat Bobby
  • Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge
  • Gates of Zendocon
  • Gauntlet: The Third Encounter
  • Gordo 106
  • Hard Drivin'
  • Hockey
  • Hydra
  • Hyperdome
  • Ishido: The Way of the Stones
  • Jimmy Connors' Tennis
  • Joust
  • Klax
  • Krazy Ace Miniature Golf
  • Kung Food
  • Lemmings
  • Lexis
  • Loopz
  • Lynx Casino
  • Lynx Othello
  • Poker
  • Malibu Bikini Volleyball
  • Marlboro Go!
  • Ms. Pac-Man
  • NFL Football
  • Ninja Gaiden
    • Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom
  • Pac-Land
  • Paperboy
  • Pinball Jam
  • Pit-Fighter
  • Poker Mania
  • Ponx
  • Power Factor
  • Qix
  • Raiden
  • Rampage
  • Rampart
  • Remnant
  • Road Blasters
  • Robo-Squash
  • Robotron: 2084
  • Rygar
  • Scrapyard Dog
  • SFX
  • Shadow of the Beast
  • Shanghai
  • S.I.M.I.S.
  • Sokomania
  • Steel Talons
  • S.T.U.N. Runner
  • Super Asteroids & Missile Command
  • Super Off-Road
  • Super Skweek
  • Switchblade II
  • T-Tris
  • Todd's Adventures in Slime World
  • Toki
  • Tournament Cyberball
  • Turbo Sub
  • Viking Child
  • Warbirds
  • World Class Fussball / Soccer
  • Xenophobe
  • Xybots
  • Yastuna 1 - The Alchemy of Cubes
  • Yastuna 2 - The Space Incident
  • Zaku
  • Zarlor Mercenary
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