This thing was supposedly going to be able to play SNES, Genesis, Gameboy, TG-16, NES, and Lynx games in addition to it's own. Wow. Too bad there's no way that could ever happen in a handheld that wasn't the size of a mac truck. It was to accomplish all this with the use of adapters which would be essentially scaled down versions of the various game systems themselves. A way too over ambitious concept that was doomed from the start. I suppose today one could get a Pocket PC and run emulators to accomplish the same thing, or get a Game Park 32. But in 1991 this was just impossible.