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Competition Pro USB Joystick & Game-Collection

Retro joystick complete with "99 C64 Classix" compilation to play on your PC.

19th of February 2010

An icon of the ’80s, the ‘Competition Pro’ is an absolute classic of a joystick for fans of the C-64™, Amiga™& co which for many was their first love. It could be found in millions of homes across the world – and still brings joy to users still to this day. 99 C64 Classix games on one CD for the PC make this bundle a real retro blast from the past.

Steve Walsh Sales Director of Meroncourt commented “We love the Competition Pro, this is the third generation we have sold over the past few years and they are always well received. It’s one of those products which brings a smile to your face, it’s a true classic and we all like a bit of Retro”

Some of the classic games included within this bundle include the following titles:

Airwolf, Battle Ships, Buggy Boy, Chuckie Egg, Cybernoid 1 & 2, Defender of the Crown, Enforcer, Frank Bruno’s Boxing, Ghosts’ n Goblins, Italy ’90 Soccer, Mighty Bomb Jack, Paperboy, Ranarama, Return of the Mutant Camels, Sentinel, Super Hang-On, Time and Magik, Venom, World Championship Soccer & Zzzz to name but a few.

Features include:

- Digital USB joystick featuring micro switches.

- Extensive games collection with 99 C64 classics.

- 4 buttons featuring that original 80s sound.

- Autofire mode on the back of the base.

- Extremely robust sprung metal stick.

- No driver required.

SRP: £17.99

For further information contact Dene Landucci on d.landucci@btinternet.com or call 07967 – 177779

Meroncourt Europe Limited

Such Close, Works Road

Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire, SG6 1JF

Tel: +44 (0) 1462 68 00 60

Fax: +44 (0) 1462 67 71 42

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