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This console was notable for sporting many ambitious features, including a touch screen, PDA functions (phone book, calendar, and calculator), and internet connection functionality—functions that would later be implemented into the vastly more successful Nintendo DS.
Tiger had previously created handheld LCD games for Sega franchises (such as Sonic the Hedgehog), so Sega granted Tiger permission to use some game licenses for their system. Sega did not actually make the games themselves, but left out the development to Tiger. In all, only about twenty games were released for the system, and it was discontinued in 2000, having been deemed as a commercial failure.
Only a single Sonic game was ever released for this system: