That's a really nice selection there.
Before I had to sell off a lot of stuff there were many in my hands. Currently it's down to SMB and the Club Mario Ball reissue along with an old black nelsonic Zelda watch (preferred how this played to the G&W.) I do have a tabletop Popeye strongly considering selling though.
I have had though quite a few of them and all handhelds. Going by order of release from here: https://www.gameandw...l-60-games.html
Oil Panic, DK, DK Jr, DK 2, Mario Bros, Mario Cement Factory, Pinball, Boxing, Donkey Kong 3, Donkey Kong Hockey, Blackjack, Super Mario Bros, Climber, Balloon Fight, Bomb Sweeper, Safe Buster, Gold Cliff, and Zelda. All of them are the usual wide screen, double screen stuff, no panorama, tabletop, crystal style variations. Sometimes I wish I still had them, or at least some of them but I know they'd go into disuse once the batteries died just as my SMB has in the drawer.
I've had some fun ones from off brands like Radio Shack/Tandy like their Highway game which was solid as was Tank & Plane.
If anyone wants to have some web fun simulating a few dozen old LCD games (some russian too) try this out: http://pica-pic.com/
By the way -- ZELDA is on PICA-PIC to play. Try it.
Edited by Tanooki, Mon May 14, 2018 10:19 PM.