SG-1000 Game Collection
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The SG-1000 is a home video game console manufactured by Sega and released in Japan, Australia, New Zealand, and other regions. It was Sega's first entry into the home video game hardware business. Introduced in 1983, the SG-1000 was released on the same day that Nintendo released the Family Computer in Japan. The SG-1000 was released in several forms, including the SC-3000 computer and the redesigned SG-1000 II released in 1984. A third iteration of the console, the Sega Mark III, was released in 1985. It provided a custom video display processor over previous iterations and served as the basis for the Master System in 1986, Sega's first internationally released console.
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  1. Bank Panic
  2. The Black Onyx
  3. Bomb Jack
  4. Borderline
  5. C_So!
  6. The Castle
  7. Chack'n Pop
  8. Champion Base Ball
  9. Champion Billards
  10. Champion Boxing
  11. Champion Golf
  12. Champion Ice Hockey
  13. Champion Kendou
  14. Champion Pro Wrestling
  15. Champion Soccer
  16. Champion Tennis
  17. Championship Lode Runner
  18. Choplifter
  19. Congo Bongo
  20. Doki Doki Penguin Land
  21. Dragon Wang
  22. Drol
  23. Elevator Action
  24. Exerion
  25. Flicky
  26. Girl's Garden
  27. Golgo 13
  28. GP World
  29. Gulkave
  30. Guzzler
  31. H.E.R.O.
  32. Hang-On II
  33. Home Mahjong
  34. Hustle Chumy
  35. Hyper Sports
  36. 007 James Bond
  37. Lode Runner
  38. Sega Mahjong
  39. Monaco GP
  40. Ninja Princess
  41. N-Sub
  42. Orguss
  43. Pacar
  44. Pachinko
  45. Pachinko II
  46. Pitfall II - The Lost Caverns
  47. Pop Flamer
  48. Q*bert
  49. Rock n' Bolt
  50. Safari Hunting
  51. Safari Race
  52. Sega Flipper
  53. Sega Galaga
  54. Serizawa Hachidan no Tsumeshogi
  55. Shinnyuushain Tooru-kun
  56. Sindbad Mystery
  57. Soukoban
  58. Space Invaders
  59. Space Mountain
  60. Space Slalom
  61. Star Force
  62. Star Jacker
  63. Super Tank
  64. Wonder Boy
  65. Yamato
  66. Zaxxon
  67. Zippy Race
  68. Zoom 909

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