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The Cyber Arcade Center is a handheld released by Lexibook in 2010. It is a Famiclone system that runs on OneBus hardware.

OverviewEdit

This particular system contains 120 games made mainly by JungleTac, although a small number are developed by Nice Code. There are very few features, with there being no TV-out function or headphone jack, and the buttons are smaller than an average controller. It takes 3 AAA batteries. HiQ classic has 30 games in 1 orange game system.

An earlier version, with only 100 games, omits the first 20 games, which are the only ones made by Nice Code, so it was probably released before JungleTac licensed games from Nice Code.

List of GamesEdit

The games are listed in this order in the manual, they are seperated into different categories on the actual system. Any capitalisation errors are copied from the manual.

  1. Bugs
  2. Star Fighter
  3. Ball Blaster
  4. Tank
  5. Adventurer
  6. Hard Win
  7. Pile the Box
  8. Magic Place
  9. Down To 100
  10. Morra
  11. Win or Lose
  12. High Jump
  13. Javelin
  14. Triple Jump
  15. Backstroke
  16. Sky dreamer
  17. Mystic Totem
  18. Rb Chess
  19. Roulette
  20. Moto Rushing
  21. Difference picture
  22. Space Castle
  23. Magic Diamond
  24. Garden Weeder
  25. MR.Onion
  26. Hide & Seek
  27. Jewel Master
  28. Push the Box
  29. Monkey N Fox
  30. Aero Engine
  31. Animal Pool
  32. Ball Clash
  33. Sky Mission
  34. Balloon Man
  35. Block Out
  36. Bean's Adventure
  37. Big Racing
  38. Bump Car
  39. Beat the Bird
  40. Catch the Egg
  41. Down to 100
  42. Conquer South Pole
  43. Dangerous Zone
  44. Dragon Fire
  45. Dump Lorry Race
  46. Dart Champion
  47. Birdie Nest
  48. GP Race
  49. Go Bang
  50. Fancy Match
  51. Fish Catcher
  52. Bolt Fighter
  53. Block Flying
  54. Bubble Factory
  55. Bounce
  56. Bubble Blaster
  57. Build up Road
  58. Crazy Hit
  59. Ball Mania
  60. Delivery Man
  61. Excel Racing
  62. Secret Bottle
  63. Flying
  64. Freak Number
  65. Garden Maze
  66. Gear Race
  67. Golden Arrow
  68. Basketball
  69. Move Fun
  70. Grass Cutter
  71. Happy Diamond
  72. Igloo Land
  73. Pool Quiz
  74. Jumping Ball
  75. Last Cabra
  76. Lonely Island
  77. Loop Tennis
  78. Lucky Lawn Mower
  79. Matching Tiles
  80. Motor Rally
  81. Ocean Quest
  82. Awake Baby
  83. Ogreish Flower
  84. Path Finder
  85. Texas Hold'em
  86. Pet Shop
  87. Pinball Track
  88. Slot Machine
  89. Transportation
  90. The Night
  91. Pool Pro
  92. Bingo
  93. Bingo Zap
  94. Push the Ball
  95. Racing Boat
  96. Rainbow
  97. Right Spot
  98. Risker
  99. Road Bumper
  100. Road Star
  101. Runner Car
  102. Sea War
  103. Speedy Way-X
  104. Spin Ball
  105. Submarine War
  106. Super Surfing
  107. Towers
  108. Track And Field (Based off the Konami game)
  109. Truck Race
  110. Ultra Doggy
  111. Under the Sea
  112. Valiant Rescue
  113. Magic Bubble
  114. VR Racing
  115. Worm Catch
  116. Zero Tiger
  117. Delta Fighter
  118. Fast Race
  119. Elfland
  120. Fire Fighter

TriviaEdit

  • Some stores that sell this tout that it has 100 games, because of the previous version, even though it really has 120. HiQ classic has 30 games in 1 color of orange, blue, green, red, pink, and black in stores now! HiQ boy has 50 games in 1 game color console.

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