Included Game&Watch Game Makes Nintendo DS TV Tuner's Even Cooler

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The Nintendo DS TV Tuner was released yesterday in Japan for about $60 and the people from Impress have got their hands on one. The device will let you watch digital terrestrial television on the DS top screen while giving all sorts of controls on the bottom part. The surprise: it includes the all-time-classic Game&Watch Fire game in the package. Can't remember Fire or even the Game&Watch? Check the retro godness after the jump:

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@Eric J2: Electric Jewgaloo: I remember it as a freeware PC DOS game entitled, "Bouncing Babies"!

(CGA graphics or something too as I recall. Dialup BBS fare, as some might remember.)

As CPU clock speeds rose, the software-timed game became a blurry joke and was forgotten about...until now.

I wonder what it's ultimate origin is?