probably not quite as old but it did still work last time i tried it (cant be bothered finding that many aa's)
i can remember that Rayleigh nmx a mate had one basic with about 1 module never got any more as far as i remember and i had a later racer (Rayleigh sensor) that had speedo etc on the crossbar
Didn't AA have a small cartoon character in it's early issues (basically a stick man with large round head) called Toot that used to hide amongst the text and in the margins?
Originally Posted by tmcd35
Not sure why I remember that....
Never had one but recognise it.
The companies who bring these things back must be laughing all the way to the bank. Virtually no development cost and time needed, just get something old manufactured and everyone will buy it because its 'retro'
Originally Posted by JJonas
I used to work with the great Dr Ashens in my PC-World days. I've moved into School IT, he's moved into reviewing old tech online. If you haven't seen it yet look up 'Dr Ashens' on Youtube or go to Oh Ashen, you've done it again
He does a lot of reviews for the 'Pop Station' consoles you can get off e-bay. They are basically these old Game N Watch games (yes I had one :D) made to look like modern games consoles - PS3/Xbox/PSOne/etc.
I have a virtually brand new star chess in the original box if anyone is interested.