Platform: Atari Lynx



subdirectory_arrow_right Mario Lemieux Hockey (Game), Atari Corporation (Company)
1
Atari Corporation wanted to license out the likeness of hockey player Mario Lemieux for a Lynx game that would've been titled "Super Mario Hockey" as a jab at Nintendo and their Super Mario franchise disguised as a reference to Lemieux's nickname. The game was never made, but eventually Lemieux's likeness would be licensed out to Sega for a 1991 hockey game.
subdirectory_arrow_right Klax (Game), Raiden (Game), Gauntlet: The Third Encounter (Game)
1
Attachment While most of the Lynx library can be played with the system held horizontally, some games like Gauntlet: The Third Encounter, Klax and Raiden were designed to be played with the system held vertically.
sell
1
Attachment Released just one month after Nintendo's Game Boy, the Atari Lynx was the world's first handheld with a color capable display.