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The VG Pocket Max is a handheld console by Jungletac, released in 2005. It was distributed in the United States by Performance Designed Products under the Pelican Accessories name. The system contains 75 games, most of which are modified NES games. It has a 2.5" backlit color LCD screen[1] (which is very easily scratched, as mentioned by reviewers of the product), four buttons (plus a reset and a power button), a directional pad, volume control, a single speaker, a headphone jack, and a TV-out port.

List of Games[]

  • Balloon Catcher
  • Get it Right
  • Jump
  • Leap
  • Night Monster
  • Penguin Island
  • Quick Match
  • Road Works
  • Sea Voyage
  • Smash Ball
  • Worm Catcher
  • Autobahn
  • Bandit Racer
  • Bridge Driver
  • Freeway
  • Motor Rally
  • Off-Roader
  • Race and Ram
  • Road Ace
  • Road Race
  • Road Rally
  • Street Bike Racing
  • Trucker
  • World Racing
  • Air War
  • Earth'sstarfighter
  • Mutant Hunt
  • Quick Shot
  • Sky Fighter
  • Starcraft Attack
  • Boat Racer
  • Bulls-eye
  • Free Throws
  • Knockem Down
  • Rackets
  • Surfs U P
  • Target Shop
  • Bird Craze
  • Bird Droppings
  • Bounce
  • Cutterfly Catch
  • Cats and Dogs
  • Chuck Holes
  • Dragon's Tail
  • Drop and Stock
  • Egg Catcher
  • Fire Fight
  • Flying Fish
  • Fungi
  • Fun Moves
  • Globs
  • Go Ball
  • Go bang
  • Grow and Mow
  • Jewels
  • Marble Max
  • Matching Dimonds
  • Paddle Ball
  • Paint
  • Patch'n Go
  • Pipelines
  • Pool Pro
  • Pop the Lop
  • Puzzle Box
  • Ricochet
  • Risk It
  • River Racing
  • Sea Destroyer
  • Sea world
  • Sky Mission
  • Smart Monkey
  • Spin Ball
  • Table Ball
  • Tile Tizzel
  • Wake the Baby

Other Versions[]

In the UK a handheld was made called the Gamespower 50. The Gamespower 50 contained almost all the games (with names changed. Games such as Bird Droppings was Birdies Nest) and looked exactly the same except different color.

A plug n' play version was made by Dream Gear and was the same as the Gamespower 50. The plug n' play closely looks like a Dreamcast controller but there is not much of a resemblance. This version is toward more racing games. This has 30 to 40 games in it (far less than the other two systems)

Both the Gamespower 50 and the plug n' play version do not have a selection menu like the VG Pocket Max.


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