Here's the backstory. A little while ago, I was doing my regular search for Game King titles on ebay when I saw a guy selling a Game King 2 console (the one with the backlight and the screen obscuring "colour" insert that completely obfuscates gameplay). What intrigued me was a non-labelled multicart I'd never seen before containing the games: Lanneret (Hawk), Happy Ball, Trojan Hero and Super Motor.
Well today the package duly arrived and the GameKing 2 tumbled out, yet it seemed curiously thicker than I was expecting it to be, beneath it's bubble-wrapped shell. On opening it, this was revealed to be because the seller had also sent me an original Game King handheld, free of charge, as a surprise bonus!
While the unit in question was suffering from a cracked screen and some other screen issues that made visibility poor (even for the Game King) it was cased in a translucent dark green casing that is completely new to me as a Game King collector, making it a wonderful bonus gift!
Anyway, here's what the actual device i ordered looks like. I'm going to open it up and remove the transparency so that I can finally play Game King games in the dark without ridiculous looking mountains in every game!
One final note: The ebayer who sent it to me has since replied to my message thanking him and said that he figured he couldn't get anything for the Green Game King so might as well send it to someone who appreciated it! What a wonderful attitude and the kind of thing that might yet see retro collecting recover from the price-jacking doldrums that it currently finds itself lost within.