90s Tiger LCD Handheld Games Making a Comeback

Photo Source: The Verge

The original version of the Tiger Electronics’ LCD Handheld Games were from the 1990s. The version of these retro LCD Handheld Games that will be making a comeback were inspired from its original version, which has basic controls, monochromatic graphics display, colorful backdrop, and is powered by two AA batteries.






Yep. Just in case you forgot, keep in mind that most retro handheld gaming devices are in need of two AA batteries to power up instead of the batteries most of our phones use these days. Another feature of this new retro-inspired LCD handheld Games is that each of these devices will only be capable of playing a single game. 

Tiger Electronics’ LCD Handheld Games to be Launched

Hasbro will first launch the following Tiger Electronics’ Handheld Game titles: Disney’s Little Mermaid, Marvel X-Men Project X, Transformers Generation 2, and Sonic the Hedgehog 3. These iconic handhelds will cost $14.99 each.

Hasbro Tweet about Tiger Electronics’ LCD Handheld Games

This comeback has been announced by Hasbro on Twitter by retweeting The Verge’s tweet just this February 20, 2020. In the tweet is the link to The Verge’s blog post about this Hasbro, bringing back the Tiger Electronics’ LCD handheld.

Can you now feel the gaming Nostalgia?

Whether you’re an 80s kid or a 90s kid, you might have probably owned or at least seen a retro version of this Tiger Electronics LCD handheld before. Do you think that owning a new version of this tech in this year would still give you a nostalgic feeling when you first tried playing one? Let us know what you think about this comeback by reacting and leaving a comment in the comment section below.

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