|Also known as||Digital Cassette|
|Type||Handheld game console|
|Power||1 to 2 LR44 button cell batteries depending on the model|
|Successor||Design Master Senshi Mangajukuu|
The Digi Casse (Japanese: デジカセ, Hepburn: Dejikase) is a handheld game console developed by Bandai and released in Japan on 1984 and later in Europe in 1986 during the Second generation of video game consoles. Only 8 games are known to exist for the system.
Each console came with 2 pack in games. In Japan there were two retail configurations, A and B. Europe had several retail configurations and four games released.
Each game cartridge included an LCD.
The system used one to two LR44 button cell batteries depending on the model.