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<small>NA</small> December 20, 1996 <br>
 
<small>NA</small> December 20, 1996 <br>
 
<small>EU</small> January 10, 1997
 
<small>EU</small> January 10, 1997
|units_sold = 16 million+
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|units_sold = 18.7 million+
 
|discontinued = <small>WW</small> December 20, 2002|predecessor = [[Theorysonic Codear]]|successor = [[Theorysonic Chaos]]|website = www.theorysonic.co.ek/spherebox|image1 = SphereBoxGameConsole.png}}'''Theorysonic Sphere Box''' is a home video game console developed by [[Theorysonic]].
 
|discontinued = <small>WW</small> December 20, 2002|predecessor = [[Theorysonic Codear]]|successor = [[Theorysonic Chaos]]|website = www.theorysonic.co.ek/spherebox|image1 = SphereBoxGameConsole.png}}'''Theorysonic Sphere Box''' is a home video game console developed by [[Theorysonic]].
   
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==Decline==
 
==Decline==
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==Game library==
 
==Game library==
The Theorysonic Chaos has over 400+ games.
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The Theorysonic Chaos has over 430+ games.
   
 
==Reception==
 
==Reception==

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Theorysonic Sphere Box is a home video game console developed by Theorysonic.

History

Theorysonic Sphere Box was launched on 1996, in El Kadsre with the price of $249.99. The console features built-in CD-ROM drive, 3D graphics, and online capability. It has similarities to Sony PlayStation One.

Decline





Game library

The Theorysonic Chaos has over 430+ games.

Reception





See also





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