Developer(s) LYON Games
Console Type Tablet
Subtype(s) N/A
Thin, portable, HD
Backward Compatibility N/A
Forward Compatibility N/A

The DeluxGamer is a Nintendo tablet developed by LYON Games. It was released on June 16th, 2012. Two games were released with the DeluxGamer's release.


The DeluxGamer is thin and portable. It also has Wi-Fi and high-definition. Like the Wii and 3DS, the DeluxGamer has a Virtual Console, on which old games can be downloaded. However, only NES, GameBoy, GBA and certain arcade games can be downloaded. The games are on small cartridges called "DeluxGamer Card", about the size of an SD Card. When the tablet runs low on battery, it can be charged using the DeluxGamer charger. The tablet can be used while charging. Also, like all tablets, the screen is a touch screen.


Unlike most tablets, there are buttons on the DeluxGamer. On the right side, there are three buttons in a triangular arrangement. On the top is the a button, on the bottom-left is the b button, and on the bottom-right is the c button. Like the Virtual Console Controller for the Wii, these buttons are lowercase. Below them are three buttons in a line. In order, they are +, MENU and -. On the left side is a directional pad. The screen takes up most of the front of the tablet. On the back of the tablet in the upper-hand corners are the L and R buttons.


This is the list of games released for the DeluxGamer.

DeluxGamer SP

The DeluxGamer SP will be released August 25th, 2012 along with the release of the Nintendo Reverse. The DeluxGamer SP will be a little wider to increase the size of the touch screen. There is now instant messaging on the tablet. A keyboard accessory will be available, which can be hooked up to where the charger plugs in. The DeluxGamer SP will be available in 5 different colors - black, white, blue, red and green.