Coleco

Coleco is an American company founded in 1932 by Maurice Greenberg as "Connecticut Leather Company". It became a highly successful toy company in the 1980s, known for its mass-produced version of Cabbage Patch Kids dolls and its video game consoles, the Coleco Telstar and ColecoVision. The company is headquartered in Manalapan, New Jersey.

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Coleco - History
... Coleco originally processed shoe leather, which later led to a business in leather craft kits in the 1950s ... Coleco had been one of the first to place an order, and was one of the few companies to receive an order in full ... Coleco continued to do well in electronics ...
Coleco Gemini
... The Coleco Gemini was an Atari 2600 clone manufactured by Coleco. ...
Coleco Sonic
... The Coleco Sonic is a handheld game console released in 2006 by Coleco, also marketed as PlayPal in Canada United Kingdom and Pocket Gear in Europe ...
Mouse Trap (video game) - Ports
... Coleco ported Mouse Trap to its own ColecoVision console, with fewer prizes, an option to leave the hawk out, and different sound effects ... Coleco's Intellivision port adds an audio warning when a cat is about to enter the maze, but suffers from blocky graphics ... Coleco also ported Mouse Trap to the Atari 2600, simplifying graphics and gameplay ...