Super Cassette Vision
Super Cassette Vision was released in 1984 by the company Epoch. Co in Japan and distributed in France sometime after. The console was a successor to the original Cassette Vision released in 1981. Despite having graphical capabilities greater than Nintendo's Famicom, the system died only 3 years after it's release due to lack of 3rd party support and lack of interest.
Mess is able to run hundreds of video game systems both well known and obscure, the Super Cassette Vision is no exception.
Modern versions of MAME have the code from MESS implemented in them so it's entirely possible to load SCV games into it. Some games will refuse to boot or be played properly if the zip files are not located in a specific folder and or if they are named incorrectly.