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Mystery Dump: Unknown 1.8" Handheld
Topic Started: Dec 9 2017, 07:10 AM (341 Views)
davidstech
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Posting this more for the sake of preservation and interest than any hope that this will be emulated any time soon...

This is a dump of the 32MBit serial flash ROM inside a unknown platform 1.8" handheld, the 116in1 "Retro Pocket Games" system widely sold in the UK (see Robert Dyas as an example).

I can't find any strings and I can't guarantee whether this actually has the code for the games, or just the sound and images.

Dump here: http://davidstech.net/games/multis/116%20in%201%201.8in%20Retro%20Pocket%20Games.7z

Photo of the PCB attached, not that it provides much of an insight.
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forgotusername
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The 1.8" handhelds are NES-based to some degree. You can see NES games running off a 1.8" handheld here, and some other bizarre format with the same games here. Oh, and I'm pretty sure they're made by Time Top but I could be wrong on that.
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davidstech
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I have a feeling there are two platforms going on, which are confusing things. There is this platform, which is probably some random microcontroller, and there is the NES based platform that I have also now dumped (the 300 in 1) which use some kind of new NOAC with similarities to the VTxx architecture.

As far as I can tell there is nothing in common between these platforms except a low resolution screen - and a broadly similar CPU architecture, although the non-NES based ones use a 65C02 or similar enhanced variant whereas the NES ones use a plain 6502.
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bodkinz


There seem to be so many handhelds appearing.. I've started to collect them just as a sideline to collecting all the rom images. I'm sure there are still a large number of hacked roms still out there from the oriental countries.. A lot are added to the NonGood rom sets each year.. anyway.. enough of my inane babbling :)
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