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One of the clones that more closely resembles the Famicom in both colour and it's top loading nature, the Famulator is unusual in respect that it does not have any inbuilt games, so the player needs a ready stream of Famicom games.

Also unlike the Famicom, this Famiclone has AV out only, no RF output, so will work on modern TV Systems.

 The controllers, are more like small cards, and have the same function as a real pad, a fairly good D-pad, it includes 4 fire buttons, and the colours also match the console.

Made by Cyber Gadget, it has the code CY-FMLT-RE on the base.

Date: Unknown

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH32258. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.


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