Plug ‘n’ Play Mini Retro TV Games Controller

Image showing the Retro TV Games Controller and the included cable.

Plug ‘n’ Play Mini Retro TV Games Controller

What do you get a gamer who has everything? The answer is simple: The Plug & Play Mini Retro TV Games Controller! Here is why.

The Plug & Play Retro TV Games Controller

Image showing the Retro TV Games Controller and the included cable.Measuring just 68 mmx 40 mm x 20 mm, the Mini Retro TV Games Controller features a mini (working) joystick and A/B buttons, as well as reset, Start/Pause and, of course, a power button. It also has an LED indicating when it is switched on, which helps to preserve the three required AAA batteries (not included; a small Phillips screwdriver is required to insert the batteries; use of rechargeable batteries is not recommended). It is connected to the TV’s Audio/Video inputs via the included 2-metre-long cable (if the TV does not have A/V inputs, purchase of an RF converter will make play possible).

Image showing the Retro TV Games Controller in action.Play is virtually instant – as soon as the Retro TV Games Controller is plugged into the TV and turned on, it will play a theme tune and the opening sequences of games. Just sit back, relax and play any game/s of your choice from the controller’s games library – which holds a staggering 200+ games, including, among many others, Aerial Warfare, Apple Chess and Racing Fighter; Pongpong and Police vs Thief; Space Base, Wonderball and more.

My Verdict

Priced at just £9.99 and available from www.findmeagift.co.uk, the Retro TV Games Controller may not look like much when you first get it out of its box, but my, it packs hours of fun! A simple, yet amazing and original idea that will make the perfect gift for the ‘gamer’ in your family! Providing endless hours of gaming fun, the Plug ‘n’ Play Retro TV Games Controller provides excellent value for money – bit should carry a health warning: Players may well end up having pixelated dreams and humming 8-bit music 24 hours a day…

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