Dina Universal Video Game System.
Bit Corporation's Dina 2 in one.
People say it was Tsukada
that original producing Othello Multivision, and SG 1000 also was the man
Bit Corporation's Dina 2 in 1.
It was probably a simply Bit Corporation redesign of the original Chuang
Zao Zhe 50.
The ColecoVision clone was in 1986 brought to North America by the American
Telegames changed the name to Telegames Personal Arcade, which could run
ColecoVision and Sega SG 1000 games.
Dina was a redesigned version of the first version called Personal Arcade.
Personal Arcade was a lot less than ColecoVision, it had not the
but instead a few small spruce joypads a la Nintendo.
Behind the Personal Arcade is an expansions port, but Dina's configuration do that
they will not use
colecoVisions own equipment such as Turbo module.
But rumors will know that it might be possible to connect the Atari converter.
RF Out - Power - Joystick 1
and 2 - Expansionsport.
You could get a Dina via mail order for $ 40, - in the mid 80's.
If you decide to buy you a Dina today, it can sometimes recruited on e-bay.
It is also said that Dina would work fine on both TV systems, PAL and
As seen in the image
There are 2 cartridges ports for both Sega SG-1000 and ColecoVision games.
Dina had a built in game, -Meteoric Shower from
just the maker BIT Corp.
Meteoric Shower exist in a original Cartridge from 1983 with production
number PG 903.
The cart is use for Bit 90 and ColecoVision and this game are extremely
The whole Telegames' stock of Dina 2 in 1 smoke for a stroll when a
tornado crossed the spot in 1994.
Therefore are The Dina/Personal Arcade extremely rare and viewed for sale
for several $, -on
Dina 2 in 1
Corporation's BIT 60 og BIT 90.
The Taiwanese company Bit
Corporation, was known as one of the biggest games copy pirates in the
They produced cloned machines and cartridges of the known, Nintendo,
Sega, Atari and ColecoVision.
They even made their own little compact ADAM Computer, Bit 90.
Bit 90 was actually a Sega SG
3000 clone, but could easily run ColecoVision games.
With the adaptor on the back could Bit 90 also phase out the Atari 2600 games.
Technically, was Bit 90 equal to ColecoVision and very close to the
real MSX 1 standard.
On the other hand, was Bit 60 an Atari clone who could settle the Atari
2600 games. Bit 60 was technically an Atari 400.
Newest clone found is this Chinese ColecoVision clone called "Follow Me".
The clone was made back in the 80's by a company named Enkun.
The system will not work on any western tv system.
Note the cartridge is pictured Mr. Do!, but could in fact contain more
games than the displayed image.
The Nintendo styled
controllers do not offer any severity.
The switch in the middle of the console says either player 1 or 2.
The hardware in the clone detects the following numbers 1 and 5.
If you wanna play a 2 player game, just set your switch in 2 - play before
turning the game on.
The hardware detects now number 5 for a 2 player game.
Another clone was this Onyx,
it was produced in Brazil and designed for their market.
You could get the Onyx Video Game Console in two colors, offwhite and
Another ColecoVision clone,
from brazil was this one.
SpliceVision looks more
primitive in comparison with the ONYX.
ColecoVision Flashback is based on Plug
This device has no cartridge port for real physical ColecoVision games.
But has instead built-in 60 games.
Bump 'n' Jump
Quest for Quintana Roo
Squish ‘Em Featuring Sam
Super Cross Force
The Dam Buster
Tomarc the Barbarian
Destructor (Standard Controller Edition)
Ms. Space Fury
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Last updated: August 02. 2014.