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|Type||Handheld game console|
|Power||2 X LR44 button cell battery|
|Successor||Design Master Senshi Mangajukuu|
The Digi Casse (Japanese: デジカセ, Hepburn: Dejikase) is a handheld game console developed by Bandai and released in Japan on 1984 and later in Europe during the Second generation of video game consoles. Only 7 Games are known to exist for the system.
Each console came with 2 pack in games. In Japan there were two retail configurations, A and B. Europe had several retail configurations and three games released.
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