Developer(s) Hikaru
Console Type Home console
Subtype(s) None
Generation Fourth generation
32-bit graphics
Backward Compatibility None
Forward Compatibility None

The Polygonizer, stylized as POLYGONIZER, is a 32-bit home video game console developed by Hikaru and released on November 20, 1992. It is notable for being one of the first video game consoles capable of fully 3D graphics.


The Polygonizer's main controller is very similar to that of the 6 button Sega Genesis controller. It has one d-pad, six face buttons, two shoulder buttons, a start button, and a select button. There are also other types of controllers including a light gun, a flight stick, an arcade stick, and a steering wheel.

Technical specifications

CPU Motorola 68EC020 @ 12.7 MHz (Main CPU)
Zilog Z80 @ 4 MHz (Sound co-processor)
RAM 64kB work RAM
96kB video RAM
16kB sound RAM
Graphics Texas Instruments TMS320C25 @ 20 MHz
HK-1618 @ 12.7MHz (Custom 2D graphics chip)
Sound Yamaha YM2151 @ 4MHz
Oki OKI6295 @ 4 MHz
Inputs 2 9-pin controller ports
EXT port
Cartridge port
Resolution 320x224


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