WonderSwan :- The Wonder Swan is a handheld game console released in Japan by Bandai. Developed by Gunpei Yokoi’s company Koto Laboratory and Bandai, the last piece of hardware Yokoi developed before his death in 1997. Released in 1999 in the fifth generation of video game consoles, the Wonder Swan and its two later models, the Wonder Swan Color and Swan Crystal were officially supported until being discontinued by Bandai in 2003.
Powered by a 16-bit central processing unit, the WonderSwan had an advantage of a low price point and long battery life over its competition, Nintendo’s Game Boy Color and SNK’s Neo Geo Pocket Color. Later, improvements were made to the quality upgrades to the handheld’s screen and added color. The Wonder Swan is playable both vertically and horizontally and features a unique library of games, including numerous first-party titles based on licensed anime properties, as well as significant third-party support from Square, Namco, and Taito.
|Type||Handheld game console|
|CPU||NEC V30 MZ|
|Display||FSTN (Wonder Swan, Wonder Swan Color),|
TFT LCD (SwanCrystal), 224 × 144
|Power||1 × AA battery|
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