MB

Although Milton Bradley (MB) are remembered for many popular children's games (Buckaroo, Mouse Trap, Kerplunk etc, etc), they had some success in the video and electronic games market too.

As well as the now highly collectible Vectrex console, MB Games made a couple of handheld games. MB released several 'Simon Says' type games. The original incarnation was Simon, closely followed by the smaller Pocket Simon. A few years later MB released the multi-player Super Simon. All three were must-have toys of the early eighties.

MB also created the Microvision. This was the first handheld game that had interchangeable games. You were no longer limited to the one game that came with your handheld console (Blockbuster in this case) you could now purchase additional games to be played on the unit. Although this was unique for it's time, the Microvision didn't do particularly well possibly due to it's rather high price tag.

 

Pocket Simon Loose

Box: 
no
£30.00
Manual: 
no
£30.00

The pocket version of the classic memory game from MB Games.

Microvision Connect 4 Boxed

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Box: 
yes
£15.00
Manual: 
yes
£15.00

Connect Four game from the MB Games Microvision console. Boxed and tested.

Microvision Bowling Loose

Box: 
no
£8.00
Manual: 
no
£8.00

Bowling game from the MB Games microvision console

Genius Boxed

Notes: 
Complete with box and instructions.
Box: 
yes
£20.00
Manual: 
yes
£20.00

Another electronic puzzle game from MB games, dating around 1981.

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