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Tiger Electronics Marvel X-Men Project X Handheld LCD Video Game EXPIRED

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Target has Tiger Electronics Marvel X-Men Project X Handheld LCD Video Game on sale for $6.74. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35+.

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Target [target.com] has Tiger Electronics Marvel X-Men Project X Electronic LCD Video Game for $6.74. Select store pickup where available, or shipping is free on orders $35+.

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  • Blast back to the 1990s with this retro-inspired Tiger Electronics X-Men Project X handheld video game.
  • The video game features 5 stages of play, each one can be won by hitting Juggernaut a specific number of times
  • Kids can play as Cyclops, battle the evil Juggernaut and Apocalypse, and get help from Wolverine
  • For ages 8 and up
  • 2 AA batteries required
About this deal:
  • My research indicates the Tiger Electronics Marvel X-Men Project X Electronic LCD Video Game is $6.75 lower (~50% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $13.49 at time of posting.
  • Price beats Mar 2021 FP deal by $1.13 with 59 thumbs up from our community members
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Good god, did they dig these up from a 90's landfill?
Get this for your kid when they ask for the next popular game
They got the baseball one? That game was my jam in 1991.

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Get this for your kid when they ask for the next popular game
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Looks like they've redesigned the packaging so that it's not impossible to open anymore!
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Good god, did they dig these up from a 90's landfill?
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They got the baseball one? That game was my jam in 1991.
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Quote from ldyis4real :
Looks like they've redesigned the packaging so that it's not impossible to open anymore!
It was bad enough back in the day. I had plastic cuts all over hands back then.
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amazon price is showing 12.25
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Looks like a Goodwill find.
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Let me know when they bring back Gauntlet
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These things were horrible in the 80's....owned a bunch but honestly I think they were more frustrating than fun.
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What frustrated me about the Tiger games is that it was possible to make good games even on that tiny little chip in the 1980s with like 1k of memory and even with the limitations of an LCD screen. But 99% of Tiger games were just terrible and they used most of the LCD screen to have a single giant worthless 'sprite' showing a cartoon figure instead of using parts of the screen for gameplay. (There were a few halfway decent ones IIRC, but they were so rare I don't even remember which games they were.) I think some of the best ones were just like poker games or whatever, as that's a game with depth that works fine on an LCD.

Super Mario Brothers LCD uses lines to make platforming and scrolling. There are also some good bomberman LCD games -- they just need a grid to show enemies, bombs, squares, etc. So the gameplay is actually good. If you design a game around the limiations of the LCD screen you can make it work. You could probably do a simple little roguelike for example.

TLDR Tiger games kind of gave LCD gaming a bad reputation, because they were usually lazy cash grabs.
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Transformers one is $8.99 at GameStop.

https://www.gamestop.com/video-ga...00704.html

I think I had some Egyptian pyramid/mummy LCD game as a kid. Haven't been able to find that one again. It was orange I think. Back in the 80s.
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