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Submitted by triverse 65d ago | news

Atari Lynx Driving School Educational Release Up For Auction

Carl Williams writes, "Okay, in the United States, and most of the rest of the world, the Atari Lynx was pretty much a commercial failure. While an interesting portable, it really had no chance against the cheaper Game Boy, even though that Nintendo hand held didn’t even have a color screen and the screen blurred whenever you simply looked at it. Apparently, in Germany, the Atari Lynx was popular enough to warrant the Driving Theory Test and Highway Code Department to have a Portables Informations and Training System programmed and released. Now, a complete copy is on Ebay." (Retro)

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