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{{sub-stub}}The '''Super Engine II''' is an unlicensed clone of the [[PC Engine]]. It was sold in the Czech Republic and Slovakia by [[Sunpronic]] from 1992.There is also a less known first [[Super Engine|console model]].
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{{sub-stub}}The '''Super Engine II''' is an unlicensed clone of the [[PC Engine]]. It was sold in the Czech Republic by [[Sunpronic]] from 1993. There is also a less known first [[Super Engine|console model]].
  
 
It has controllers similar to Super Nintendo .
 
It has controllers similar to Super Nintendo .
 
 
  
 
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[[Category:Unlicensed PC Engine hardware]]

Revision as of 05:44, 26 December 2021

Super Engine II console.jpg
Super Engine II
Distributor: Sunpronic (CZ/SK)
Release Date RRP Code
PC Engine
CZ
2600 [1] ?

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The Super Engine II is an unlicensed clone of the PC Engine. It was sold in the Czech Republic by Sunpronic from 1993. There is also a less known first console model.

It has controllers similar to Super Nintendo .

Magazine articles

Main article: Super Engine II/Magazine articles.
Cartridge box

Promotional material

Physical scans

Super Engine II, CZ/SK
Super Engine II box front.jpg
Cover

References