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DreamGEAR, LLC is a distributor of unauthorized Famiclone consoles and game accessories, founded in 2001. They are among one of the few English plug 'n play companies left.

Beginning in the mid-2010s, DreamGEAR rebranded their Famiclone and plug-and-play devices under the brand name "My Arcade Gaming".[1] Some time around 2016-17, My Arcade became a separate division of the company entirely, with the DreamGEAR branch now being used solely for game console accessories.

DreamGEAR has a licensing agreement with G-Mode, the rights holder to most of Data East's video game library, and therefore some of their games (e.g. BurgerTime) are included, officially, on some of DreamGEAR's products. Further licensing agreements would later be held with companies such as Bandai Namco Entertainment, Taito, and Capcom, for a variety of devices.


DreamGEAR distributes a variety of hardware, including plug 'n plays, handhelds, mini arcade cabinets, and even game consoles with built-in games.

Television games[]

DreamGEAR 50 PnP

The 50-in-1.

Plug 'n' plays and consoles distributed by DreamGEAR. These devices are very common in malls, thrift stores, and flea markets. Their plug 'n plays most often use Nice Code's games, but their earliest plug 'n plays have JungleTac's games.

  • 15 in 1 - Small controller with 15 games.
  • 30 in 1 - Small controller with 30 games.
  • 45 in 1- Standard controller with 45 games.
  • 50 in 1 - Standard controller with 50 games.
  • 75 in 1 - Standard controller with 75 games.
  • 121 in 1 - Large controller with 121 games, made by Qi Sheng Long.
  • 140 in 1 - Large controller with 140 games.
  • RetroPlay Controller - Small controller with 200 games.
  • GameStation - Game system that resembles a Sega Dreamcast, features 75 games.
  • GameStation Retro
  • GameStation Wireless
  • Turbo GT - Steering wheel controller.
  • Play-A-Long Guitar Kids - Guitar game.
  • Wireless 86 in 1 - Wireless controller with 86 games.
  • Wireless 130 in 1 - Wireless controller with 130 games.
  • World Series Baseball - Interactive game system that resembles a V.Smile. VT168 based. It comes with a wireless baseball bat controller and a cartridge in the console's storage compartment for a baseball game, which is World Series by Waixing (this game would also appear on several other VT168-based plug and play systems, usually under a different name). The console itself comes with 16 built-in games, most of them being other VT168 Waixing games. One of the built-in games is a Zuma clone titled Pyramid, which looks identical in gameplay to a VT369 game that goes unused in a mini arcade console menu that has games developed by Cube Technology. It's currently unknown if Cube Technology developed the VT168 version or not.
  • VR Table Tennis - Interactive table tennis game.
  • Motion Control - Wii-style interactive game. VT03 based.
  • Tennis Rally - Wireless tennis with 40 games, made by Macro Winners Electronics Ltd..


Main article: DreamGEAR My Arcade Handhelds

Handhelds and portable arcade cabinets distributed by DreamGEAR.

Portable arcade cabinets[]

  • Bad Dudes Micro Player
  • BurgerTime Micro Player
  • Caveman Ninja Micro Player
  • Data East Mini Player
  • Heavy Barrel Micro Player
  • Karate Champ Micro Player
  • Pac-Man Micro Player
  • Dig Dug Micro Player
  • Namco Museum Mini Player
  • Rolling Thunder Micro Player
  • Bubble Bobble Micro Player
  • Galaga Micro Player
  • Galaxian Micro Player
  • Elevator Action Micro Player
  • Ms. Pac-Man Micro Player
  • Retro Arcade Machine X
  • Retro Machine


  • Gamer Max Portable
  • Gamer Mini
  • Gamer V Portable
  • Gamer X Portable
  • Go Gamer Portable
  • Learning Pad
  • Pixel Classic
  • Pixel Player
  • Pac-Man Pocket Player
  • Don Doko Don Pocket Player
  • Bubble Bobble Pocket Player
  • Dig Dug Pocket Player
  • Ms. Pac-Man Pocket Player
  • Galaga Pocket Player