Exclusive launch on the website for eToys in 1999. eToys also sold the initial launch titles in the preferred plastic snap lock cases. In 2000, Japanese manufacturer Aruze, purchased SNK. Following this, the Neo Geo Pocket Color was dropped from both the United States and European markets, purportedly due to poor commercial performance. The NGPC enjoyed greater success than any Game Boy competitor since the Game Gear. The Neo Geo heads' lack of communication hurt third-party games. Battery life was excellent, at 40 hours on two AA batteries.
Below is the videogame library for browsing at random.
'Baseball Stars Color'
'Evolution: Eternal Dungeons'
'NeoGeo Cup 98 Plus Color'
'The Last Blade'
SNK Card Fighters' Clash - Capcom Version
Fatal Fury: First Contact
'Neo Turf Masters'
'Puzzle Bobble Mini'
SNK Gals* Fighters
The Match of the Millenium
Card Fighters Clash - SNK Cardfighters Version
King of the Fighters R2
SNK vs. Capcom: Cardfighters Clash 2 - Expand-Edition
Dark Arms: Beast Buster 1999
'Metal Slug: 1st Mission'
Pocket Tennis Color
Samurai Shodown 2
'Sonic the Hedgehog: Pocket Adventure'
Our SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color collection is 25% complete.
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