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Arcade Legends Space Invaders Mob/TV

Posted Thursday, June 24, 2004

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Radica® UK Ltd have announced the launch of ARCADE LEGENDSTM SPACE INVADERS, a unique Arcade Stick that connects directly to your TV allowing you to play 5 classic Taito arcade games, with no console, PC or ten pence pieces required!

Arcade Legends Space Invaders Features:

 

  • Left or right handed arcade stick

     

  • Connects directly to the TV via AV or Scart

     

  • Operates using 4x AA batteries or 9V Power supply (not supplied)

     

  • 5 Classic Taito Arcade games:
    o Space Invaders
    o Phoenix
    o Colony 7
    o Qix
    o Lunar Rescue

    Launched in July, with an SRP of £24.99, Space Invaders will form part of a range of Arcade Legends products, bringing the very best retro games to the home in a highly accessible Plug N Play format. Stockists include Argos, Firebox, Gadget Shop, Toys R Us and all other good toy and video gaming outlets.

    For details on Radica and their complete product range please go to www.radicauk.com
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    About Radica UK Ltd
    Radica UK Ltd is a subsidiary of Radica Games and is based in Hertford. The company manufactures and markets a diverse line of electronic products including handheld and tabletop games, high tech toys, video game controllers and peripherals. Radica has subsidiaries in the USA and the UK, and ISO9000 certified and ICTI approved manufacturing facilities in the Far East. Radica is gaining success throughout the UK market as it continues to extend its range of innovative and exciting products.

    About Taito
    Since its inception in 1953, TAITO has been at the forefront of game innovation, computer and otherwise, for over 50 years. Landmarks include the development of Puzzle Bobble, and of course, the game that kickstarted the video game boom, "Space Invaders", which welcomed its 25th anniversary last year. Never one to shy away from anything new and challenging, TAITO hopes to continue producing games that will invigorate the mind and senses and live up to the company motto "Catch the Heart."

     
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