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One of the first handheld clones is the Top Guy, although only a small number are known to exist.
More widely distributed was Redant's Game Axe, which was manufactured in several revisions through the 1990s.
Such was the case with the Dendy Junior, a particularly successful NES clone which achieved widespread popularity in Russia and former Soviet republics in the early 1990s.
Elsewhere, such systems could occasionally even be found side by side with official Nintendo hardware, Many of these early systems were similar to the NES or Famicom not only in functionality, but also in appearance, often featuring little more than a new name and logo in place of Nintendo's branding.
It uses a game cartridge, similar to those from a Game Boy/Game Boy Color, and also includes an adapter to play NES games.
It features a 2.5 inch backlit LCD screen capable of displaying both NTSC and PAL video.
Hundreds of unauthorized clones and unlicensed copies have been made available since the height of the NES popularity in the late 1980s.
The technology employed in such clones has evolved over the years: while the earliest clones feature a printed circuit board containing custom or third party integrated circuits (ICs), more recent (post-1996) clones utilize single chip designs, with a custom ASIC which simulates the functionality of the original hardware, In some locales, especially South America, South Africa, and the former Soviet Union, where the NES was never officially released by Nintendo, such clones were the only readily available console gaming systems.
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