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Latest revision as of 02:51, 5 July 2020

Retro-Bit logo.png
Retro-Bit
Type Private
Founded 2007
Headquarters Pomona, California
Key people not disclosed
Industry Retro video games
Products Video games, video game consoles
Employees not disclosed
Website http://www.retro-bit.com/

Retro-Bit is an American retro video game publisher.

History

Retro-Bit was founded in 2007 in Pamona, California.

They manufactured video game consoles that play cartridges from retro systems and microconsoles that contain many licensed games developed on retro systems.

They also published licensed ROM cartridges of video games that will play on retro systems.

Video game consoles by Retro-Bit owned by the WEC Museum

Name Released Added to Museum
Retro-Bit Generations 2016 October 13, 2019
Retro-Bit Generations II 2017 July 4, 2020
Retro-Bit Super Retro Cade 2017 June 19, 2019