Atari and Intellivision were the systems to beat in the 80's, and 1982's Colecovision seemed poised to unseat the two giants. Superior graphics, accurate home versions of arcade classics, and a system of expansion modules (one of which invited a suit by Atari). Coming as close as it did to the video game industry crash, Coleco didn't have the chance that it may have deserved, making the games somewhat hard to find today.
Enter the new Coleco 128-in-1 flashcart. This is a programmable cartridge that slots into the original Colecovision unit. You simply copy games from a PC onto the 128-in-1 via USB, and your custom multi-cart will play on any Colecovision. These homebrew flash memory multi-cart tend to disappear fast, so I'd recommend that if you want to relive those Coleco classics, you swoop in and get this now. The manufacturer is even offering a discount to early adopters.
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