Tiger Game Com
Tiger Game Com

The Game.Com (pronounced in TV commercials as "game com", not "game dot com" and not capitalized in marketing material) was a handheld game console released by Tiger Electronics in September 1997. It featured many new ideas for handheld consoles and was aimed at an older target audience, sporting PDA-style features and functions such as a touch screen and stylus. However, Tiger hoped it would also challenge Nintendo's Game Boy and gain a following among younger gamers too. Unlike other handheld game consoles, the first game.com consoles included two slots for game cartridges and could be connected to a 14.4 kbit/s modem. Later models reverted to a single cartridge slot.

Titles released at game.com's launch included Indy 500, Duke Nukem 3D and Mortal Kombat Trilogy, along with Lights Out which came packaged with the system. Tiger also produced equivalents to many Game Boy peripherals, such as the compete.com serial cable allowing players to connect their consoles to play multiplayer games or exchange high scores. Branded items such as an AC adapter, earphones, and a carry-case were also made available.

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The World's Best-Loved Word Game is now the ultimate interactive world game! Enhanced features like 3-D board graphics, Mini-Games, multiple skill levels and pop-up screen menus give you more ways to have fun while getting your highest score ever! It's everything you love about the Scrabble
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Step in and place your bets. You've just entered the Tiger Casino, where you can test your luck on the classics: Video Poker, Video Blackjack, Roulette, Video Hi-Low (War) and two video slot machines. Practise your poker face. Hone your skill. Place your bets. Win!
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