Atari Video Game Key Chains

by Mike

Atari Video Game Key Chains
I didn’t grow up with Pong, but I know a lot of people did. And a lot of people loved it. If you were one of those people, you surely will go out and buy a Plug ‘n Play Atari video game keychain.

Modern technology puts all that great Pong action into something that can fit right on your keychain. Just think, you can take Pong with you everywhere.

If you’re not so much a fan of Pong, there are two different versions. One is the Centipede & Millipede version, and the other is the Asteroids version; both are joysticks, while the Pong version is a paddle. The Pong version also includes two other games; Breakout and Warlords, the Asteroids version has Millipede & Centipede, and the Millipede version has Yar’s Revenge!

The technical requirements are pretty low tech. Three AAA batteries power the unit, and a 6’ RCA cable is built in and will connect to any TV that is even remotely modern. The unit itself measures about 1.5” by 2” by 1.5”. That may not be the best size for a keychain, as it won’t exactly be pocketable, but you’ve got make some sacrifices if you want to enjoy these top of the line games, right?

All this retro goodness can be yours for $15. You might as well by all three, that way you can save on shipping. The Plug ‘n Play Atari video game key chains are available at fredflare.com.

[via OhGizmo!]

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