Based on the Commodore Amiga software development system, the Lynx was the first color handheld. It had a screen backlight, allowing it to be played in the dark. The handheld can be flipped, allowing for left-handed play. Its network cable allows for local co-op play. The handheld can actually draw filled-polygons, allowing for early 3D-games. The Lynx accumulated enough games, despite failure to obtain large adoption.
Below is the videogame library for browsing at random.
Crystal Mines 2
'Dirty Harry: Renegade Cop'
'Dracula: The Undead'
'European Soccer Challenge'
'Gauntlet: The Third Encounter'
'Shadow of the Beast'
'Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure'
'ishido: The Way of Stones'
'Gates of Zendocon'
All Points Bulletin
Switch Blade 2
'The Fidelity Ultimate Chess Challenge'
'Todd's Adventures in Slime World'
Our Atari Lynx collection is 75% complete.