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Pacman Handheld Electronic Game

(Cresta - 1982)

Pacman Game - Front
This pint sized pocket LCD Pacman game is laid out nicely and fits into your hands easily. The joystick is easily manipulated by your right thumb and is responsive and auto centers quickly. Your left thumb operates the mode and start buttons. Even though the LCD screen is a little small and wiped out easily by bright ambient light, it is still big enough to show the familiar maze and dot munching arcade action.
The game has a built in clock to mimic the popular Nintendo Game & Watch handhelds of the time. You have to reset the clock when you replace the battery.
Pacman Game - Back
The battery compartment is on the back side of the unit and holds one LR-44 button battery. The claim is that the batteries will last "months" between changes, but I have yet to have one last more than a month. So it is a good idea to take the battery out if you do not plan on playing the game for a while.

Specifications for the Pacman Handheld Game

Basic specifications for the Cresta Pacman handheld electronic game are listed below.
Release date:
Original Price:
US $14.95
(1) LR-44 button battery
4-3/4"W (121mm) x 3"D (76mm) x 1/2"H (13mm)
Screen Type:
Screen Size:
1-1/2"W (38mm) x 1-1/2"H (38mm)

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