Neo Geo Pocket

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The Neo Geo Pocket was SNK's first hand held video game system, released in Japan in late 1998; however, lower than expected sales resulted in its discontinuation in 1999,[1] and was immediately succeeded by the Neo Geo Pocket Color. The system only had a retail release within the Japan and Hong Kong market. It is the first handheld of the Neo Geo family.

Though the system enjoyed only a short life, there were some significant games released on the system such as Samurai Shodown, and King of Fighters R-1. The entire Neo Geo Pocket game library included: Melan Chan's Growth Diary, Puzzle Link, Pocket Tennis, Neo Cup 98, Neo Cup 98 plus, King of Fighters, Samurai Shodown, Master of Syougi, Neo Cherry Master, Baseball Stars.

The Neo Geo Pocket Color game library is mostly forward compatible with the Neo Geo Pocket, meaning that the majority of the newer color games can play on the Neo Geo Pocket. There are, however, notable exceptions such as Sonic the Hedgehog Pocket Adventure and SNK vs. Capcom: Match Of The Millennium, although some of these games contain mini games within them. The newer Neo Geo Pocket Color is fully backward compatible and can play all games released for the Neo Geo Pocket.

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Specifications

  • 16 bit TOSHIBA TLCS-900H high performance core CPU
  • 32 bit/16 bit register bank cofiguration at 6.144 MHz
  • Virtual screen 256×256 - 16 palettes/plane, 64 sprites/frame
  • Z80 8 bit cpu to control the soundchip
  • SN76489 soundchip equivalent (3 square wave tone generators + 1 white noise generator + direct access to the 2 Digital-to-analog converters)
  • I/O serial SIO[disambiguation needed] 1 channel 19200 bit/s
  • 4 bit internal memory

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