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1995 - 4th generation system
The Super A'Can is a video game console that was produced by Fu Tai, a Taiwanese company, in 1995. The console was only released in Taiwan and was not widely known outside of the region. It was based on the Motorola 68000 microprocessor and was capable of displaying graphics and sound similar to those of the Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The Super A'Can featured a built-in cartridge slot for game cartridges, similar to other consoles of the time. However, it had a very small library of games, most of them were developed by the Taiwanese developer C&E inc, it had only 12 official games released for it. Some examples of the games that were released for the Super A'Can include:Fighting Hero, Tai Pan, Wonder Project J, and more. The console was not very successful and it was only sold in Taiwan. It was not widely known outside of its region and its production was discontinued after a few years. Due to its small library of games and limited release, the Super A'Can is considered to be a collector's item today and it may be difficult to find one for purchase.