Play 200 games on our Retro TV Games Controller

Play 200 games on our Retro TV Games Controller

Can you believe that there are over 200 retro inspired games on this little joystick controller? Relive the golden age of gaming in all of its 8-bit glory with this bumper collection of arcade classics. There are far too many for us to name here, but if you take a look at the image above we can make a start by naming the 15 we’ve picked out.

Retro TV Games Controller

Click here to view a full list of the 200 games

In order, going left to right and top to bottom, we have: F-22, Vanguard, Racing Fighter, Crystal Ball, Magic Jony, Police Vs Thief, Seaport Guard, Power Robot, Police Dog Lasy, Throughman, Toy Factory, PongPong, Hit Mouse, Utmost Warfare and Goal Keeper. You get these, plus another 185 classic-inspired games in this handy little box that just plugs into your TV.

To view the full list of titles that are loaded onto the Retro TV Games Controller, please take a look at the PDF document here. Otherwise you can visit our website today and pick up one of these excellent games controllers for yourself.

We must admit, we absolutely love it! The style of the controller alone is enough to inspire retro gaming memories, with its single joystick and two buttons. It may look simplistic by today’s standards, but really it’s all you need to get stuck into a great game. The controllers and games themselves may have grown and developed over the years, but you’ll find lots of inspiration for the modern greats within these 8-bit blasts from the past.


  • Dear sir can u tell me how mutch the 200 on the tv retro controler costs as i cant find the price for it thanks

  • I notice that the lead has three phono jack plugs is there any other connection to our TV sets? ie Scart, HDMI, USB. Plus how long is said lead?

    • Hello Mozzie, the set comes with a cable that plugs into the controller and then forks into a standard pair of A/V connections (yellow and white). These are usually found on the rear of most TV sets or occasionally hidden behind a panel. If you need to use a different connection, then you could purchase an A/V to scart adapter and run the cables into that. The lead is approximately two metres long. Hope that helps!

  • Hello. Would this device work here in Luxembourg, Europe where I live/ Thanks Graham

    • Hi Graham, the device itself is powered by batteries, so as long as your TV as an A/V connection it should work just fine.

  • Does this have tetris

    • It does not have Tetris, but there are several puzzle games with similarities in the collection.

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