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The Complete History and List of Tiger Electronics Handheld Games

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History of the Tiger Electronics Ltd

Tiger Electronics was founded in 1978 by Randy Rissman, Gerald Rissman, and Arnold Rissman in Vernon Hills, Illinois. In its’ early days the company mostly made electronic items like phonographs. As the company grew it started branching out into electronic games and toys which is what the company is most known for. Tiger Electronics made their name with their extensive brand of LCD games that people either love or hate. Tiger Electronics had a lot of other successful products though including the 2-XL Robot, Brain Warp, Furby, Giga Pets, Lazer Tag,  Skip It, and the the Talkboy (made popular by the movie Home Alone).

After working with Hasbro for quite a few years, Tiger Electronics was eventually acquired by Hasbro in 1998 and is still a division of Hasbro to this day.


Tiger Electronics Handheld Games

Tiger Electronics Handheld Sonic the Hedgehog 3

Growing up as a child of the late 1980’s and 1990’s I remember the fad of the Tiger Electronics “video game” handhelds. I had several of them as a child and I loved playing them. As a video gamer who never had an original Game Boy I didn’t have much for options for portable gaming until I got a Game Boy Color so I had to settle for the Tiger handheld games. I didn’t really mind since I really enjoyed the games.

Like most things from your childhood though, Tiger Electronic handheld games are not nearly as enjoyable as you remember them. While I loved the games as a child it is really hard to play them for longer than a couple minutes at a time today. The games are pretty bad. The games get really repetitive and without the instructions it is really hard to even figure out what you are supposed to do in most of the games. You mostly just press buttons hoping to press the right buttons at the right times to “win”. The Angry Video Game Nerd’s look at the Tiger Electronic handheld games does a good job summarizing the many problems with the games (the video does have some strong adult language).

Most of Tiger Electronics’ handheld games utilized a LCD screen and a couple buttons. The games worked by having the different elements of the game printed on the game screen. Your character and the enemies would appear on the screen  when the game lighted up various sections of the screen. This meant that you only had a couple of options of what you could do at any given time. Basically you could move left, up, and right one space and then after a short period of time would return to the starting position. In addition to movement the games usually included a jump or attack button which you could use to attack enemies or avoid them. Most of the games had a couple different levels and the goal was to avoid/destroy enemies to successfully make it to the end of the level. This was easier said than done because you usually had no idea what you are supposed to be doing in the game and the controls are far from responsive. Basically if you got past the second or third level you were pretty good/lucky at the game.

Despite not usually being very good games, Tiger Electronics handheld games were still successful for two main reasons.

The main reason for their success is generally attributed to their price. Tiger’s handheld games were considerably cheaper than the Game Boy. Each game itself was cheaper and since each game was standalone you didn’t have to buy a system like the Game Boy to play the games. This was probably pretty attractive to cash strapped parents that wanted to buy a portable game for their children.

The other main reason for their success was the fact that Tiger was the master of utilizing franchises. Most major movie franchise and quite a few TV shows had their own LCD game. Tiger even got the handheld licenses to many video game brands like Castlevania, Double Dragon, Duke Nukem, Ninja Gaiden, Sonic, Street Fighter, and Virtua Fighter. It’s too bad Tiger didn’t put more work into actually making good games to go with all of the franchises they were able to license.

While Tiger Electronics handheld games weren’t that great, they will still hold a spot in my heart as I can still remember how much I loved them as a child.

List of All Tiger Electronics Handheld Games

This is the most comprehensive list of Tiger Electronics Handheld games that I could assemble from scouring the internet. If you know of any Tiger Electronics handheld games that are missing from this list leave a comment and I will make sure to add it to the list.

This list is particularly long so if you are looking for a specific title you should consider using your web browser’s search function which can be accessed with Ctrl+F on PCs and Command+F on Macs.

100 Acre Wood Electronic Learning Center

101 Dalmatians

2 In 1 Safari & Darts

2 In 1 Space Invader & Gone Fishin’

3D Baseball

3D Football

3D Galaxx

3D Live Action Tank Attack

7-in-1 Sports Stadium

The A-Team

The Addams Family

After Burner

After Burner Tabletop


All Pro Basketball 1994

All Pro Basketball 1996

Altered Beast

Altered Beast Wristwatch


Animaniacs Hollywood Hi Jinx

Area 51 with Laser Gun

Asteroid Blaster


Baseball 1988

Baseball 1991

Baseball 1997

Baseball All Stars 1990


Batman and Robin

Batman Forever Double Dose of Doom

Batman The Animated Series

Batman Watch

Batman Returns

Batman Returns Watch



Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast Wrist Game

Beavis and Butthead

Beepers Fearsome Fighters

Beepers Screamin’ Speedway


Bicycle Black Jack

Bicycle Casino Slots

Bicycle Handheld Poker

Bicycle Scratch Poker

Bicycle Solitaire

Bird Brain: The Electronic Talking, Squawking Memory

Blue Diamonds Slot Machine

Bo Jackson Football and Baseball

Boardz Freestyle Frenzy Electronic Skate Board

Bombs Away



Brain Bash

Brain Shift

Brain Warp

Bruce Lee

Bug! Pocket Arcade

Bugs Bunny

Bullseye Ball

Butt-Ugly Martians

Cabbage Patch Kids Butterfly Chase (Thanks to Kitty in the Comments)

Caesars Palace 5 in 1

Caesars Palace Electronic Blackjack

Caesars Palace Guide to Poker

Caesars Palace Roulette

Caesars Palace Spirit of ’76

Caesars Palace Talking Horse Racing

Caesars Palace Talking Poker

Candy Land Adventure

Captain Planet

Car Racing

Casino Solitaire Game


Castlevania II Simon’s Quest

Castlevania Symphony of the Night

Cat & Mice


Chicken Run

Chip ‘N Dale Rescue Rangers




Copycat Jr

Dale Earnhardt Winner’s Circle

Dale Earnhardt Winner’s Circle Pacesetter Game

Dan Marino’s Quarterback Challenge

Defender Keychain

Deion Sanders Baseball

Deluxe Lights Out

Dennis the Menace


Digimon Yolei and Hawkmon


Dinosaurs TV Show

Dirt Track Go Kart Racing


Double Dragon

Double Dragon 2

Double Dragon 3 The Rosetta Stone

Double Dribble


Dr. Fad


Duck Tales

Duke Nukem 3D

Ecco The Dolphin

Ed Grimley

Family Feud

Family Feud 1997

Family Feud Cartridge 3

Fast Lane Bowling

Fishing Champion

The Flintstones

Football 1987

Football 1991

Fox’s Peter Pan & The Pirates

Franklin the Turtle’s Follow Me



Full House

Fun House



Game Balls Racing

Gargoyles Night Flight


G.I. Joe Star Brigade

Giga Faces

Giga Pets 101 Dalmatians

Giga Pets Baby T-Rex

Giga Pets Bit Critter

Giga Pets Digipooch

Giga Pets Floppy Frog

Giga Pets Giga Pound

Giga Pets Kitty

Giga Pets Komputer Koala

Giga Pets The Little Mermaid

Giga Pets Looney Tunes

Giga Pets Pup

Giga Pets R2-D2

Giga Pets Rabbit

Giga Pets Rancor

Giga Pets Rugrats

Giga Pets Yoda

Go, Sprout!

Goldberg Smash & Bash Wrestling Game Fear the Spear

Golden Axe

Golden Tee Golf

Goosebumps Haunted Headstone

Half Court Basketball


Harley Davidson

Harry Potter Book of Spells

Harry Potter Fluffy Action Game

Harry Potter Hogwarts Labyrinth

Harry Potter Magic Spell Challenge

Harry Potter Mini Action Games

Harry Potter Quidditch 2000 Edition

Harry Potter Quidditch

Head to Head Football

Head to Head Basketball

Head to Head Talking Baseball

Head to Head Talking Football

Head to Head Talking Tennis

Heavy Barrel


Hi Rev Racer

Hollywood Squares

Home Alone 2

Hunchback of Notre Dame

The Incredible Crash Dummies

Independence Day

Indy 500 Sega Pocket

Inspector Gadget

Inspector Gadget


Jawbreaker Tabletop

Jeff Gordon’s Dupont Pacesetter Games


Jeopardy Deluxe

Jeopardy Cartridge #1

Jeopardy Cartridge #2

Jeopardy Cartridge #3

Jeopardy Cartridge #4

Jeopardy Cartridge #5

Jeopardy Cartridge #6

Jeopardy Deluxe Cartridge #2

Jet Ski

Jim Henson’s Muppets My First Tiger Coach Kermit

Jim Henson’s Muppets Street Surfin’

John Elway’s Electronic Quarterback

Jordan vs. Bird One on One

Joust Keychain

Judge Dredd

Jumble Electronic Word Game

Jumble Expansion

Jurassic Park

Jurassic Park 3 T-Rex Jaw Chomping Action Game

Kaboom! Keychain

Karate King


Keystone Kapers

King Kong

Kings of the Beach

Lamb Chop & Friends

Lastout You Lose

Let’s Make A Deal

Lights Out

Lights Out Cube

Lights Out 2000

Light Wars

The Lion King

Lite 3

The Little Mermaid 1991

The Little Mermaid 1993

The Little Mermaid 1997

Looney Tunes: Bugs Bunny

Lucky Luke

Madden 95

Madden Football

Magic Johnson Basketball

Major League Home Run Blast

Marble Madness

Mars Attacks!

Match 4 Keychain

MC Hammer

Mega Man 2

Mega Man 3

Mega Monster

Michael Jordan in Flight

Mickey Mouse

Mighty Ducks

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

Millipede Keychain

Miner 2049er

Miniature Golf

Monster Maze

Monsters Inc Scream Catcher

Moon Patrol Keychain

Morphatrons Alien

Morphatrons Arachnid

Morphatrons Raptor

Mortal Kombat

Mouse Maze

Mr. & Mrs. Potato Head

Mr. Bullfrog

Ms. Pac-Man

Name That Tune

Name That Tune Cartridge


NFL Football

Nights into Dreams

Ninja Fighter

Ninja Gaiden

Ninja Gaiden 2: Dark Sword of Chaos

Ninja Gaiden Watch

Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation

No Limits Downhill Skiing

Onc Piscou


OutRun F1



Pac-Man Double


Paperboy 2

The Perils of Mickey


Pinball 1992

The Pink Panther



Play Action Football 1994

Play Action Football 1998

Playmaker Deluxe Football


Pokemon Cyclone 2

Pokemon Electronic Battle Arena

Pokemon I Choose You Challenge

Pokemon Poke Ball Electronic Ball

Pokemon Pokedex Organizer

Pokemon Thundershock Pinball

Police Academy

Polly Pocket

Pong Keychain

Power Rangers

Power Rangers 1994

Price is Right 1998

Punch Your Lights Out


Racing 1991



Road Race

Road Rash 3


Robot Fighter

Rocket Pinball

Ronald McDonald Alphabet Fun


Rugrats Hot Potato Game

Rugrats Toy Tag

Scooby Doo


Shaq Attaq Monster Jam

Shifty The Electronic Puzzle


Silver Surfer

The Simpsons 1990

The Simpsons 1999

The Simpsons Wrist LCD Game

The Simpsons Bart vs Homersaurus

Skeet Shoot

Skeleton Warriors


The Smurfs

The Smurfs Double Wide

The Smurfs Tabletop

Snoopy’s Parachute Catch

Snow White and the Seven Dwarves

Snow White Counting Diamond Mine


Sonic 3D Blast

Sonic Spinball

Sonic the Hedgehog

Sonic The Hedgehog 2

Sonic The Hedgehog 3

Sonic the Hedgehog Keychain

Sonic Underground

Space Fight

Space Harrier

Space Invaders

Space Jam

Speed Boat

Spell Down


Spider-Man Revenge of the Spider-Slayers

Spider-Man Webslinger

Sports Feel Baseball

Sports Feel Bowling

Sports Feel Fishing Champion

Sports Feel Golf

Sports Feel Jet Ski

Sports Feel Miniature Golf

Sports Feel Pool

Sports Feel Tennis

Sports Feel Virtual Fishing

Star Castle

Star Trek The Next Generation

Star Wars Death Star Escape

Star Wars Destroyer Droid

Star Wars Episode 1 Battle of Naboo

Star Wars Episode 1 Droid Fighter Attack

Star Wars Episode 1 Electronic Galactic Chess

Star Wars Episode 1 Extreme Chain Games Gian Speeder Chase

Star Wars Episode 1 Gungan Sub Escape

Star Wars Episode 1 Jedi Hunt

Star Wars Episode 1 Lightsaber Duel

Star Wars Episode 1 Naboo Escape

Star Wars Episode 1 Naboo Defense

Star Wars Episode 1 Podrace Challenge

Star Wars Episode 1 Underwater Race to Theed

Star Wars Episode 2 Anakin Skywalker’s Lightsaber Duel

Star Wars Galactic Battle

Star Wars Imperial Assault

Star Wars Imperial Droid Armored Assault Tank

Star Wars Infiltrator Pen

Star Wars Millenium Falcon

Star Wars Millenium Falcon Sounds of the Force

Star Wars R2-D2 Ditto Droid Memory

Star Wars Rebel Forces Laser Game


Stone Age Dinosaurs

Stop! Fill-in-the-Blank Word Game

Street Fighter 2

Street Fighter 2 Watch

Streets of Rage


Sub Wars

Submarine Wars

Sugar Ray Leonard: Talking Boxing

Super Arcade Pinball

Super Double Dragon

Super Off Road

Super Password

Super Speedway

Super Sprint

Super Street Fighter 2

Super Street Fighter 2 Tiger Barcodzz

Swamp Thing


Talking Teach Play & Learn

Tank Attack

Taz Mania

Tech Warriors Giga Fighters

Tecmo Bowl Football

Tempest Keychain


The Terminator

Think Tank

Thunder Blade

Tic Tac Total

Tiger Computer Baseball

Tilt Cub A New Evolution in Puzzle Games

Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas

Tiny Toon Adventures

Titan A.E.

Toy Story



Trekker Electronic Chess

Tug of Words

Uncle Scrooge

Universal Monsters Dracula

Universal Monsters The Mummy

Universal Monsters The Wolfman


Virtua Cop

Virtua Cop With Laser Gun

Virtua Fighter

Voice Master Electronic Chess Game

VR Troopers: When Worlds Collide

Wayne Gretzky and Brett Hull Shootout Hockey

Wayne’s World

WCW Diamond Dallas Page

WCW Goldberg Game

WCW Grudge Match Hollywood Hogan vs Goldberg

WCW Hollywood Hulk Hogan Power Fighter

WCW Nitro Goldberg

WCW Nitro Sting

WCW Nitro The Giant

WCW NWO Thunder

WCW Whiplash

Wheel of Fortune

Wheel of Fortune Cartridge #1

Wheel of Fortune Cartridge #2

Wheel of Fortune Cartridge #3

Wheel of Fortune Cartridge #4

Wheel of Fortune Cartridge #5

Wheel of Fortune Cartridge #6

Wheel of Fortune Cartridge #7

Wheel of Fortune Cartridge #8

Wheel of Fortune Cartridge #9

Wheel of Fortune Cartridge #10

Wheel of Fortune Cartridge #11

Wheel of Fortune Cartridge #12

Wheel of Fortune Deluxe

Wheel of Fortune Deluxe Cartridge #1

Wheel of Fortune Deluxe Cartridge #2

Wheel of Fortune Deluxe Cartridge #3

Wheel of Fortune Jr

Wheel of Fortune Slots

Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego

Who Wants to Be A Millionaire

Winnie the Pooh Counting Carrots

Winnie the Pooh Farmer Pooh Smart Sticks

Winnie the Pooh Learning Pond Sight and Sound Alphabet and Numbers

Word Chaos

World Championship Wrestling New World Order Grudge Match

World Games


WWF Superstars

X-Men 1996

X-Men Project X

X-Men Tiger Barcodzz

You Don’t Know Jack

You Don’t Know Jack Movies Expansion


Quiz Wiz

While most of Tiger Electronics games where standalone games, Tiger eventually started to branch off into cartridge based games which started with the Quiz Wiz line of games. The Quiz Wiz was a traditional trivia game that used different cartridges that contained trivia questions centered around specific topics. While I can’t find any information about how successful the Quiz Wiz line of games were, sixty different cartridges were released so the game had to have been somewhat successful. Here is a 1994 advertisement for Quiz Wiz.

Complete List of All Quiz Wiz Games and Cartridges

Quiz Wiz

Cartridge #1 General Knowledge

Cartridge #2 Movie Mania

Cartridge #3 Wacky Words

Cartridge #4 Greatest Sports Legends

Cartridge #5 Ripley’s Believe It Or Not

Cartridge #6 Famous People

Cartridge #7 Mystery Places

Cartridge #8 All About Science

Cartridge #9 Football Facts

Cartridge #10 Rock and Roll

Cartridge #11 Major League Baseball Players

Cartridge #12 Amazing Video Games

Cartridge #13

Cartridge #14 Computers and Games

Cartridge #15 Berlitz Travel and Language

Cartridge #16 World Records

Cartridge #17 Time Travel

Cartridge #18 TV Trivia

Cartridge #19 Nature and Animals

Cartridge #20 Famous Funnies

Cartridge #21 Francine Pascal’s Sweet Valley High

Cartridge #22 Dinosaurs

Cartridge #23 More TV Trivia

Cartridge #24 Where in the World?

Cartridge #25 Music

Cartridge #26 The Wild West

Cartridge #27 Hollywood Stars

Cartridge #28

Cartridge #29 Pro Basketball Hoopla

Cartridge #30 Monster Mania

Cartridge #31 All About Space

Cartridge #32 Nintendo Trivia

Cartridge #33 Movie Mania 2

Cartridge #34

Cartridge #35 DC Super Heroes

Cartridge #36 Great Americans

Cartridge #37 World Championship Games

Cartridge #38 Marvel Comics Super Heroes

Cartridge #39

Cartridge #40 Box Office Hits

Cartridge #41 Heroes and Villains

Cartridge #42

Cartridge #43 Automobiles

Cartridge #44 Soap Operas

Cartridge #45 Music Videos

Cartridge #46 Congo the Movie

Cartridge #47 World Book Encyclopedia Animals

Cartridge #48 The Magic School Bus

Cartridge #49 African American History

Cartridge #50 Quotes and Quotables

Cartridge #51 World Book Encyclopedia People

Cartridge #52 More Sports Trivia

Cartridge #53 TV Trivia 3

Cartridge #54 Movies of the 90s

Cartridge #55 Facts About the Earth

Cartridge #56 American History

Cartridge #57 Mythology

Cartridge #58 Sports Stars of the ’90’s

Cartridge #59 Pro Sports

Cartridge #60 Fads, Events, and People of the 90’s

Cartridge NFL Teams

Quiz Wiz Star Wars Trilogy



Not being content with just creating individual LCD handhelds, Tiger Electronics decided to create their own handheld that would utilize game cartridges. In 1995 Tiger Electronics released the R-Zone. The R-Zone had three different versions produced with two being more traditional handheld devices while one version utilized a headgear piece and a controller. Not surprisingly the R-Zone flopped.

Other than the Quiz Wiz line of trivia games, the R-Zone was the first set of games made by Tiger Electronics that actually used game cartridges. R-Zone’s game cartridges weren’t your typical game cartridges though since they still utilized LCD screens which were placed into each individual game cartridge. For some reason Tiger Electronics just couldn’t get past their obsession with LCD game technology.

By using the same LCD technology, games for the R-Zone were no better than their traditional handheld games. The games could only use red and black and the images were displayed by lighting up different parts of the screen. The only main difference between the R-Zone and their more traditional handheld games is that the R-Zone used the same controller layout for all of the games. Here is a commercial for the R-Zone that illustrates how the system worked.

List of R-Zone Games

Apollo 13

Area 51

Batman and Robin

Batman Forever with Headset

Battle Arena Toshinden

Daytona USA with Headset

Independence Day

Indy 500

Judge Dredd

Lost World Jurassic Park

Men in Black

Millennium Falcon Challenge with Headset

Mortal Kombat 3

Mortal Kombat Trilogy

Nascar Racing

Panzer Dragoon

Primal Rage

Road Rash III

Star Trek

Star Wars Imperial Assault

Star Wars Jedi Adventure

Star Wars Rebel Forces

Tiger R-Zone X.P.G Handheld

VR Troopers

Virtua Cop

Virtua Fighter

Virtua Fighter 2

Despite the failure of the R-Zone console, Tiger Electronics decided to try and create another handheld console. In 1997 they released the system. Learning from their failures from the R-Zone, the ditched the LCD game concept and focused on making more traditional video games like those that could be found on the Game Boy and Game Gear. for the most part tried to appeal more to older children and adults. The was basically a combination of a PDA and a game console.

While the is generally not considered to be a very good handheld console, it actually had a couple  things going for it. Once again Tiger was the king of licenses and was actually able to get their own versions of games like Duke Nukem and Sonic. The also deserves credit for being the first handheld console to utilize two things that have become staples in the handheld market today. The console was the first game console to use a touch screen which would later be popularized by the Nintendo DS. The was also the first handheld console that could connect to the internet. It had limited functionality though and it was a pain to get working apparently.

While it had some things going for it, just like the R-Zone the console was a failure. The console died around 2000 and apparently sold less than 300,000 copies. Like Tiger’s other games, the games for just weren’t very good. The had trouble dealing with fast moving games which lead to most of their fastest games like Sonic to suffer. Another issue is that Tiger had little to no support from third party developers so the games had to be developed in house. This meant only around 20 games were ever made for the system. The system also had issues with poor battery life and the screen was hard to see. It didn’t help that a year later Nintendo would come out with the Game Boy Color which supported color while the only supported black and white graphics.

Generally people credit the console’s failure to marketing. The advertising was ineffective and regularly would just insult gamers. Check out this advertisement for a demonstration on how bad the advertising truly was.

List of all Games

Batman and Robin


Duke Nukem 3D

Fighter Megamix

Frogger Console


Indy 500

Internet Cartridge


Lights Out with Console

Lost World Jurassic Park


Mortal Kombat Trilogy

Name That Tune

Quiz Wiz

Resident Evil 2



Sonic Jam

Tiger Casino

Wheel of Fortune 1

Wheel of Fortune 2

Williams Arcade Classics


43 thoughts on “The Complete History and List of Tiger Electronics Handheld Games

    • June 1, 2016 at 2:00 pm

      Thanks for the comment. I have added the game to the list.

  • August 4, 2016 at 5:08 pm

    Hi there. Awesome list! I’m trying to find someone who can make a custom handheld game in a similar vein to the YENO TIGER GALAXY. I’m guessing Tiger no longer does this stuff? In fact, does anybody still do this kind of retro handheld LCD game type manufacturing? Thanks!

    • August 5, 2016 at 5:26 pm


      I don’t think Tiger Electronics still makes the LCD style games or they definitely are not as prevalent as they used to be. I still think there are companies that make LCD games but I don’t know of any off the top of my head.

  • October 24, 2016 at 8:30 pm

    I have a Tiger Electronic Toys game not on the above list “Uncle Scrooge” 1984 (Walt Disney Productions)

    I was trying to find out the size of the battery I needed. It looks like an A76 or LR44 width, but is a little more shallow than those. Do you know by chance? Not sure if it takes 3 batteries or not, as two spots don’t seem to have contacts in them.

    Hasbro chat is in USA time and I am in Western Australia 🙁

    Thanks for you help

    • October 25, 2016 at 11:07 am


      I will add your game to the list of Tiger Electronic games.

      Unfortunately I am not going to be able to help you much on the battery question. In the US a majority of the Tiger Electronics games used AA batteries with the occasional game using other types of batteries. I am guessing that you already looked but a lot of the Tiger Electronics games had in small print on the back of the game the type of battery that the game used.

      Unfortunately I don’t have any other suggestions on how to figure out what batteries the game uses.


      • October 26, 2016 at 10:08 pm

        Thanks Eric – I’ll try and sort it out

    • March 4, 2017 at 7:22 pm

      LR43 (186) should work. You only need to populate the spots with contacts. Tiger made several of these type of games and depending on the game it takes 1-3 batteries

  • December 6, 2016 at 11:28 am

    You forgot Animaniacs Hollywood Hi Jinks

    • December 6, 2016 at 12:34 pm

      Thank you for the comment. I have added Animaniacs Hollywood Hi Jinks to the list.


  • January 19, 2017 at 3:03 pm

    Hi there. Awesome list! I’m trying to find someone who can make a custom handheld game in a similar vein to the YENO TIGER GALAXY. I’m guessing Tiger no longer does this stuff? In fact, does anybody still do this kind of retro handheld LCD game type manufacturing? Thanks!

    • January 19, 2017 at 5:44 pm


      I don’t believe Tiger Electronics has made LCD games for quite a few years. I am guessing that as portable game systems became more popular/cheaper there wasn’t much of a market left for them. As far as companies that still make LCD games, I have seen some made in recent years but they are usually pretty cheaply made and aren’t nearly as prevalent as they used to be. Unfortunately I can’t think of any of the company’s names off the top of my head.

      I am sorry that I couldn’t be of more help.


      • February 13, 2017 at 1:04 am

        You forgot Ronald McDonald Alphabet Fun (1993)

        • February 13, 2017 at 10:25 am

          Thank you for the comment. I have added it to the list.

  • June 7, 2017 at 9:30 pm

    You need to add the mc hammer game, lol

    • June 7, 2017 at 9:39 pm

      Also Dennis the Menace and Harley Davidson games. Some real jewels.

        • June 7, 2017 at 10:08 pm

          And Casper game, sorry I’ll stop.

          • June 8, 2017 at 3:48 pm

            Thank you for the comments. I have added the games to the list.


  • June 10, 2017 at 2:18 pm

    I have a Tiger Electricronics Bullseye BBQ sauce handheld game. 1992 mfg date

    • June 10, 2017 at 5:05 pm

      Thank you for your comment. I have added it to the list.


  • June 13, 2017 at 10:59 pm

    You’re missing The Incredible Crash Dummies.

    • June 14, 2017 at 7:07 am

      Thank you for the comment. I have added the game to the list.


  • August 20, 2017 at 12:54 pm

    Hi I don’t think I seen strider and Transformers, also Super Double Dragon never seen that game before

    • August 21, 2017 at 6:05 pm

      I have added them to the list.

      Thank You.

  • September 6, 2017 at 4:21 pm

    I have an original 1980 ditto game. Anyone know how much this is worth out of package

    • September 6, 2017 at 5:00 pm

      After a little research it doesn’t appear to be for sale on Amazon and no one is currently selling it on eBay. I did find one that was for sale on Etsy that appears to have sold for around $25. That leads me to believe that the game is worth at least $25. Without any being currently for sale or having sold recently though it is kind of hard to give you an exact price.


  • September 13, 2017 at 7:19 pm

    Great list! I noticed that one is missing though, I have a Tiger Electronics Wayne’s World handheld game. I’ve been trying to find more information about it but can’t find anything about it anywhere.

    • September 14, 2017 at 10:23 am


      Thanks for bringing up the Wayne’s World game. I have added it to the list. Unfortunately I am unable to help you with more information about the game since I don’t own it and I couldn’t find any information about it online either. I am sorry that I couldn’t be of more help.


  • December 1, 2017 at 5:31 pm

    Great work compiling all this! Man, those games really were terrible.
    One more to add to the list:

    Racing 1991 (similar to Football 1991 and Baseball 1991)

    • December 1, 2017 at 5:50 pm

      Thanks for the information. I have added Racing 1991 to the list.

  • January 8, 2018 at 7:08 pm

    I have the Tiger game Shinobi, does anybody know what the letters “ACL” stands for on these LCD games?, it the ball point pen push button, Thankyou.

    • January 9, 2018 at 10:58 am

      Unfortunately I have no idea what the “ACL” letters stand for. I am guessing it is an technical abbreviation having to do with resetting the game as that is what the buttons are used for.

  • January 12, 2018 at 8:38 am

    I have a Bruce Lee hand held game from tiger electronics, in it’s original package, I do not see it on your list

    • January 12, 2018 at 10:54 am

      I have add the Bruce Lee game to the list.

  • February 20, 2018 at 1:39 pm

    I had Super Sprint. Found a picture here:

    • February 20, 2018 at 5:06 pm

      I added Super Sprint to the list.

  • August 16, 2018 at 7:45 pm

    streets of rage?
    any info?

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