Game & Watch
The Game & Watch was a series of handheld consoles made by Nintendo. They are notable as one of Nintendo's very first consoles in the video game industry. Each Game & Watch featured a single game that had two versions, an A Version, and a B Version. Often the versions differed very slightly, such as the "B" versions being slightly harder. In addition to having video games, each Game & Watch could function as an alarm clock, thus being both "Games" and "Watches". Some Game & Watch titles have cheat codes that allow the player to start on later levels. The final Game & Watch game released was Mario the Juggler released in 1991, which was a enhanced remake of Ball that featured Mario and a Super Mario Bros. themed background.
Game & Watch consoles
|Ball • Balloon Fight • Black Jack • Bomb Sweeper • Boxing • Chef • Climber • Crab Grab • Donkey Kong • Donkey Kong II • Donkey Kong III • Donkey Kong Jr. (Panorama version) • Donkey Kong Jr. (Tabletop version) • Donkey Kong Circus • Donkey Kong Hockey • Egg • Fire • Fire Attack • Flagman • Gold Cliff • Green House • Helmet • Judge • Life Boat • Lion • Manhole • Mario Bros. • Mario's Bombs Away • Mario's Cement Factory • Mario the Juggler • Mickey & Donald • Mickey Mouse • Octopus • Oil Panic • Parachute • Pinball • Popeye • Rain Shower • Safebuster • Snoopy • Snoopy Tennis • Spitball Sparky • Squish • Super Mario Bros. • Trampoline • Tropical Fish • Turtle Bridge • Vermin • Zelda|