|Manufacturer||20th Century Fox|
|Type||Video game console|
|Retail availability||March 16, 1994 - June 7, 2002|
|Graphics||62.5 MHz SGI RCP|
|Controller input||Video game controller|
|Best-selling game||Jan and Jason Magic|
Ultra Magic, often referred to as UM, was a fifth-generation home video game console manafactured by 20th Century Fox. At the time, chairman Hadidsi Madivado could only speak Engrish, and decided to name it that. The Grame Player only sold 100 thousand units, mainly due to the success of the N64, PlayStation and Sega Saturn at the time. A total of 1,000 games, including 2 third-party ones, were developed for the system, the most popular being Jan and Jason Magic (sold 100,000 units).