Play TV (Radica)

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Play TV is a series of Interactive handheld TV game systems by Radica.

Handheld TV game

A handheld TV game or just TV game or a plug and play game is an interactive entertainment device designed for use on a television set that integrates the video game console with the game controller.

Radica Games

Radica Games Limited is a United States company that produces electronic games, founded in 1983. It began by producing electronic souvenir games for casinos. In the late 1990s, it became known for its Bass Fishin line of games. On October 3, 2006, Mattel, Inc. announced the completion of their acquisition of Radica. While Radica still produces electronic handheld games based on casino or card games, it has branched out into toys, board games, and video game accessories.


Play TV series members

PlayTV/Arcade Legends members

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