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LJN VIDEOART

Game system for teeny-weeny children

 

LJN used to put out crappy movie games for the NES like Bill and Ted's Excellent adventure, Back to the Future, etc, in addition to this mid-80's educational game system. It's main appeal is that it was essentially like the Microsoft Paint program on your desktop (years before that was around.) Had interactive coloring book-style games, as well as math, history, and science lessons, starring kid favorites like Mickey Mouse. Easy to find on Ebay and usually very cheap (in the $10 -$25 range.) Maybe after I've collected every other game system in existence I'll get one.

 

 

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Name:

Videoart

Company:

LJN

Year:

1985

Media:

Catridge ROM

Games:

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Specs:

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