The Atari Retro Handheld packs everything that was great about the Atari 2600 into a compact, portable handheld unit with a 2.4 inch colour screen. Sporting the immortalised wood veneer effect of the original console, it has 50 classic games built-in, including: Asteroids, Pong, Centipede, Missile Command, Breakout, Millipede and many more. Super responsive buttons and a stylish analogue control stick make playing these games on-the-move easy, while it also features A/V output for playing on the big screen. You can buy the Atari Handheld from a number of retailers.
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