Archive by tag: Tec Toy

[Review] Think about it c/activity Book (model 2017) – Tec Toy – Submarino

The new Think Well (model 2018), operation.

When the Tec Toy announced that relaunched the think about it, many sites have made articles for talking about the toy that was almost a computer. Even some reviews of classic version, released in years 80, arose. But when the launch of the new think about it finally happened… silence! No one else talked about him except his own Tec Toy. …

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[Tec Toy tips] R-Type – Master System

R-Type - Master System

R-Type for the Master System was released by Sega in 1988. It was originally released for arcade, the Japanese market Go. Then it was ported to several systems, including the Master System. Won several sequels and became a great classic style side scrolling shoot-em-up, or “nagesar game”, as they are popularly known in Brazil. The Master version …

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Mega Drive Final – Warpzone

The Mega Final Drive paper box replacement.

In the first half of this year, the WarpZone launched a campaign in Catharsis to do the book Mega Final Drive. The book would be done in partnership with the Tec Toy and would have at least 320 pages, in giant format, containing the story of the Mega Drive, Sega CD and 32 x, including its accessories and more 1200 games. …

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The new Mega Drive from Tec Toy for 2017: Reasons to buy or not to buy

My Sega Genesis classic

The Tec Toy has just announced the pre-order of a new Mega Drive, to be released in June 2017. The console brings back the classic design, with the original three-button joystick, and backward compatibility with original cartridges. Furthermore, the new Mega Drive have SD card input, and will come with the …

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Golden Axe-Master System-Tec Toy tips

Golden Axe - Master System

Golden Axe for the Master System was released by Sega in 1989. It was originally released for arcade, using the System System 16 the Sega. Then it was ported to the Sega Master System, Mega Drive, PCs, Atari ST, Friend, ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64. Later still had a remake for the Playstation 2. Sega made a good …

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Ghostbusters – Master System – Tec Toy tips

Ghostbusters - Master System

Ghostbusters was originally released by Activision in 1984 for Atari systems 800 and Commodore 64, building on the success of the film of the same name, I confess I didn't see until today. Was too small at the time of its release and must have lost all 452 reruns that have passed in the afternoon session and the like of …

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Choplifter – Master System – Tec Toy tips

Choplifter - Master System

Choplifter was ported to the Sega Master System by Sega in 1986. The original game was developed by Dan Gorlin and published by Brøderbund for the Apple II in 1982, but won several versions other systems, including Atari 5200, Atari 8-bit, Commodore 64, Commodore VIC-20, Colecovision, MSX, Arcade, SG-1000, NES, and Atari 7800. A continuation, Choplifter II, was …

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Alex Kidd: High Tech World – Master System – Tec Toy tips

Alex Kidd: High Tech World

Alex Kidd: High Tech World was released for the Sega Master System by Sega in 1989 in North America and Europe. It was also released in Brazil by Tec Toy. What few people knew at the time, is that this game was released in Japan in 1987 with the name of Anmitsu Hime, a manga character and …

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Super Soccer / World Cup Soccer / World Championship Soccer – Mega Drive

Super Soccer / World Cup Soccer / World Championship Soccer

World Championship Soccer was one of the first Mega Drive games, released by Sega in 1989. It was also the first football game for Mega Drive and for a long time was the only. In Japan his name is World Cup Soccer. The ROM of the games was the same in both continents, but the game checked the region …

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Wonder Boy – Master System – Tec Toy tips

Wonder Boy - Master System

Wonder Boy was released by Sega for Arcades in 1986, and was ported to the Sega Master System in 1987, in a very good conversion, by sinal, with good looking graphics and sound. The Master System version is also higher than the NES, named Adventure Island, because the name and the character Wonder Boy are owned by Sega, but the game itself is owned by the original developer, the Westone Bit Entertainment, you could release it for other platforms, but with another name.

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