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+ - The top ten retro gaming secrets->

Submitted by Barence
Barence (1228440) writes "Motion-sensing golf game controllers that appeared 20 years before the Nintendo Wii, and the 1980s handheld console that operated on solar power are just two of the gems unearthed in PC Pro's retro gaming secrets. Davey Winder has delved into his extensive personal collection of retro hardware — all beautifully photographed — to unveil the first handheld console to play "3D games" from 1983, the "the most realistic 'gun' game controller ever produced" from way back in 1972, and the device that offered multiplayer computerised Scrabble almost 30 years before the iPad."
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