Coleco Sonic

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Coleco Sonic
ManufacturerColeco Holdings, Sega
TypeHandheld game console
Generation7th generation revival
MediaIntegrated, 20 games
Online servicesNone
Best-selling gameN/A

The Coleco Sonic is a handheld game console released in 2006 by Coleco Holdings, also marketed as PlayPal in Canada and the United Kingdom and Pocket Gear in Europe. It features 20 built-in games from the Master System and Game Gear.[1] All the games can be played either on the integrated 2.4" TFT LCD display, or output to a TV via composite video.[2] Its name references the Sega mascot, Sonic the Hedgehog, who stars in some of the games. The system comes with a power adapter, but can also use 3 AAA batteries as a substitute.



  1. ^ "Coleco tiptoes back with Sega-filled handheld". Retrieved 2006-12-28.
  2. ^ "Coleco Holdings Website". Retrieved 2006-12-28.