Playable 3D simulations of classic handheld electronic games including packaging and browseable instruction guides.
Playable 3D simulations of vintage electronic games
Game & Watch, Nintendo, Konami, Coleco, Tiger Electronics, Handheld, LCD, Simulation, Emulator, Simulator, 3D, Vintage Electronic Game

I've spent the past couple of weeks ( okay, maybe it's been more like five or six weeks ) working
on a new platform for 3D handheld electronic game simulations that can be played in the browser.

I'm releasing in to early access the first (of hopefully many) simulations on this new platform.

Some of these will be rewrites of simulations from my Game & Watch Donkey Kong Collection with improved
3D models and more accurate gameplay (in other words, less bugs ;) But I'll also be expanding this new collection
with simulations of classic electronic games from other manufacturers, so be sure to check back often.

Features
Each simulation in this collection contains the following:
Gameplay
Playable 3D simulation
of original electronic device
Box Art
Rotateable 3D views
of original packaging
Instructions
Browseable scans of
original instruction guides
Coleco®
Coleco Industries, Inc. was a successful American toy company that entered the portable video game market in the 1980's with a series of electronic game consoles that included this popular line of licensed Mini-Arcade tabletop games.
Frogger
Coleco
1981
Donkey Kong
Coleco
1982
Konami®
Konami Co. Ltd. was a successful Japanese arcade video game developer and publisher that released a series of licensed portable handeld electronic games.
Garfield
Konami
1991
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Konami
1989
Nintendo®     Game & Watch
The Game & Watch™ series of dedicated handheld LCD electronic games marked the first entrance of the Japanese toy company Nintendo into the electronic video game market in the 1980's.
Parachute
Nintendo
1981
Popeye
Nintendo
1981
Octopus
Nintendo
1981
Donkey Kong
Nintendo
1982
Donkey Kong Jr.
Nintendo
1983
Donkey Kong II
Nintendo
1983
Mario Bros.
Nintendo
1983
Mario's Bombs Away
Nintendo
1983
Lifeboat
Nintendo
1983
Mickey Mouse
Nintendo
1984
Snoopy
Nintendo
1983
Donkey Kong Circus
Nintendo
1984
Nintendo®     Game Boy
Following the success of the Game & Watch™ series Nintendo used similiar LCD technology to introduce the innovative cartridge-based Game Boy™ handheld electronic game console in 1989.     Some of the original Game & Watch™ titles were republished as collections for the Game Boy™.
Game & Watch Gallery
Nintendo
1997
Game & Watch Gallery 2
Nintendo
1998
Game & Watch Gallery 3
Nintendo
1999
Tiger®    Electronics
Tiger Electronics Ltd. was an independent American toy manufacturer best known for their affordable series of dedicated handheld LCD games based on popular licenses.
Dennis the Menace
Tiger Electronics
1993
Updated 10 days ago
StatusIn development
PlatformsHTML5
Rating
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(10)
AuthorItizso
GenreSimulation
Tags3D, Retro

Comments

Log in with itch.io to leave a comment.

Very cool.  Time warp to the 80's.  I see you have a few panorama game and watch, my favourite was popeye which isn't there sadly.

Popeye panorama (and tabletop) currently in development :) 

cool

These are so cool! is there any chance you could add Helmet or Vermin? Those are some of my favorite G&W games!

I'll add them to the list :) For now they are both available to play in Game & Watch Gallery 2 above. 

(1 edit)

I am super impressed with your work, you are an amazing human, to bring back memories of such classic devices from our child hood. I am really gratefull. I would pay for quality of games you provide to support your continued efforts. I have many original Nintendo consoles including the Mario Cement factory table top above. The best thing about your sims is that I can enjoy the same games without the wear and tear on my original items. Also the Fantasy background option is great.

Thanks sincerly.

PS... can you do a sim on Nintendo's Balloon Fight and Climber game and watch  I had these two from brand new and I can't seem to find them among my belongings, and also the Mario G&Ws please?

Thank you for the kind words :) It makes the many hours spent recreating these classic electronic games worthwhile! I plan to add many more G&W titles in the future and will add yours to the list :) Thanks for your support!

(1 edit)

Thanks again, credit must go where it's due, you deserve the support. I really look forward to the new additions. How do we spread the word about your excellent work. You really deserve the exposure as it seems your talent is a hidden jem on the internet, and glad I found your page by accident.... especially the resurgence of the 80's inspired movies, music and also gaming, your popularity could explode, if that's what you want?

I'm always glad when folks such as yourself stumble across my work and it would be great if more people get to experience these early electronic games. But I'm only a hobbyist at game development and I don't really have the time (or experience) to promote it so for now it's just my small contribution to preserving these early electronic games. I do have to give a special shout out to Luca "MADrigal" Antignano (who has been creating electronic game simulations for over two decades) for spreading the word about RetroFab on his Facebook page. 

nice super smooth runs fast unlike web archive

awesome! thanks :)

nice! i love the garfield one

Thanks! It's one of my favorites too :) 

(2 edits)

Now it's my favourite old handheld console emulator! I want to wish you good luck and hope that the game will be even cooler!

Thanks MrOpenDoor :) It's still a work in progress, but more games and features coming soon. Thanks for playing!

this is awesome!

thanks :)