Minolta made a number of 110 cameras, including a bright yellow underwater camera and the two versions of the 110 Zoom SLR. Mk I was as flat as most 110 cameras, but with a pentaprism and hot shoe on top, it had a fixed 25-50mm zoom. Mk II looked like a miniature 35mm SLR, and the zoom was 25-67mm.
Unfortunately, 110 film is virtually dead. Only Lomography make it, with their usual insane price mark-up, and processing is notoriously difficult to find. 110 wasn't entirely, "A crappy format," because - while most cameras made in this format were little more than toys - some remarkably nice precision cameras were made, like Pentax' and Minolta's SLRs, some high-end Canon models, and the legendary Rollei A110. Film and processing costs are the main reason I haven't shot with my Pentax Auto 110 SLR in years.