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Uh, Adventure what? Indeed, this is a very obscure system. It is a tabletop console (like a mini arcade), made interesting by its unique display: a red LED strip and a spinning mirror projected the image onto the screen, a technology very similar to the [[Virtual Boy]]. It was not a bad hardware for the time, except the picture quality was terrible (wobbly and flickering), and its library consisted of only four games, all arcade ports.
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Uh, Adventure what? Indeed, this is a very obscure system. It is a tabletop console (like a mini arcade), made interesting by its unique display: a red LED strip and a spinning mirror projected the image onto the screen, a technology very similar to the [[Virtual Boy]]. It was not a bad hardware for the time, except the picture quality was terrible (wobbly, flickering, and monochrome), and its library consisted of only four games, all arcade ports.

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Uh, Adventure what? Indeed, this is a very obscure system. It is a tabletop console (like a mini arcade), made interesting by its unique display: a red LED strip and a spinning mirror projected the image onto the screen, a technology very similar to the Virtual Boy. It was not a bad hardware for the time, except the picture quality was terrible (wobbly, flickering, and monochrome), and its library consisted of only four games, all arcade ports.

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