iQue Player

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iQue Player
Ique logo.svg
Manufacturer iQue
Type stationary game console
generation fifth generation of consoles
China People's RepublicPeople's Republic of China November 17, 2003
Main processor R-4300 64Bit CPU, 93.75 MHz
Storage media Flash memory , cartridge
Most successful game Dr. Mario 64
predecessor Nintendo 64

The iQue Player , also Shén Yóu Ji ( Chinese  神游 机 ), is a stationary game console released in 2003 by the manufacturer iQue for the Chinese market. IQue is a joint venture company of the Japanese manufacturer Nintendo .

It just consists of a controller that is connected to the television . The game modules are plugged into the controller. Thanks to the inexpensive technology, iQue was able to reduce the sales price to a minimum and thus adapt itself optimally to the Chinese market.

The games for the iQue Player are not only sold via modules but also via download terminals in toy shops.

Technical specifications

The iQue Player is based on the Nintendo 64 , but operates a single chip system to reduce size. N64 games that have been specially adapted to the system can be played.

  • Processor : 64-bit R-4300 (93.75 MHz)
  • Memory: 4 MB Rambus
  • Graphics: 100,000 polygons / second, 2.09 million colors
  • Sound: ADPCM 64


A total of 14 games were released from 2003 to 2006.

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