You have to admit it, parents. Despite studies showing video games and gadgets posing a potential risk to your child’s health, you can’t entirely hate electronics.
Why? Because we have our fair share of spending the whole day at the nearest arcade back in our times.
We understand the thrill of playing them with our friends. And to be honest, gadgets are okay, as long as you limit your kids’ time with them.
Okay, enough of the preaching.
We’re here to talk about the smallest arcade machine you can give your Gen-Zs mini-me’s. Have your kids taste what real gaming should be.
This game toy is the smallest arcade machine you will see despite growing up in the ’80s and the ’90s.
Yes, it has the colorful funky design the era has always been known about. But this arcade machine is no higher than 7x3 inches.
It fits your child’s palm!
So, that’s like playing the classic Game Boy from Nintendo especially, that the games include space fighting robots and mystery maze castle.
To be exact, it has as many as 200 classic games built-in. It has sports games, table games, venture games, action games, puzzle games, and educational games.
This small arcade machine is designed to pique the interest of children and to stimulate their intellectual skills.
We know you want to buy this for your kids. However, the chances are that you are feeling a little guilt? Perhaps you made it clear that you hate on their gadgets?
Well, this mini retro arcade game cabinet is designed to safe in the eyes. It has enhanced screen rear light that adjusts depending on dim and well-lighted surroundings.
We’ll let you in a little secret. This toy works with 3 x AA batteries that last between 3 and 4 hours of gaming.
That’s not a big of a deal a secret you say? Well, once the battery is out and your kids are acting up, there is no way they can recharge those batteries.
They have to be excellent for you to buy those new batteries. Cheers!
|Dimension||7 x 3.5 x 3.5 in|
|Screen||2.5 in TFT|
|Batteries||3 AA (not included)|
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