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I’m currently writing on a regular basis for Retro Dodo – and my most recent article for them has just been published. Given how proud I am of my work in getting this article together, I wanted to shout about it a little bit and direct my readers to go and check it out.

So if you head over to Retro Dodo today, you’ll find an article I wrote about the Milton Bradley Microvision – the very first handheld games console with interchangeable cartridges, which gives the little-known console quite an important place in the history of video games.

Releasing in 1979 – a full decade before Nintendo’s Game Boy took the handheld gaming market by storm – it was a unique and innovative console that was perhaps just a little bit ahead of its time in terms of the technology that was available in its day.

I had a lot of fun researching and writing this article, so please do check it out. You can find the article at this link. Enjoy!

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