TurboGrafx-16 Mini

aka: PC Engine Core Grafx Mini, PC Engine Mini
Moby ID: 145970

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The TurboGrafx-16 Mini is a miniaturized replica of the console of the same name, and features the following titles.* Air Zonk

Unlike the usual mini systems, which tend to feature heavily modified lineups between regions. The TG16 mini shares a nearly identical (Only lacking 2 titles, with an extra game taking their place.) lineup with it's Japanese counterpart, the PC-Engine Mini, and as such also includes the following PCE titles. Repeats from the Turbografx side included.* Aldynes

In typical M2 fashion, there are several little details available to further emulate the TG-16 experience. Such as a border designed to recreate the Turbo Express handheld console, and the ability to load CD titles using the wrong system card.

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Game added by Krvavi Abadas.

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Game added June 5, 2020. Last modified March 9, 2023.