CoolBoy 400-in-1 Real Game

I’m going to talk about this famicom multicart called CoolBoy 400-in-1 Real Game. Yup. Really. “CoolBoy 400-in-1 Real Game.” I wonder who came up with that.

CoolBoy 400-in-1 Real Game cartridge

CoolBoy 400-in-1 Real Game cartridge

Well, the cover has a picture of these guys with guns. I don’t know what that’s from, or if it’s from anything, but that’s what’s on the cover. According to the internet, it was manufactured by Fuzhou Coolboy Electronics Co., Ltd. I guess that’s where they get the name, but really, it’s ridiculous that a company would call themselves CoolBoy. I’ve actually seen similar cartridges online that say their made by some company named CoolBaby.

I’ve also noticed that (other than the color) this cartridge has the same cartridge shell as Pocket Games 5-in-1, right down to the same typos on the back:

CoolBoy 400-in-1 cartridge back

CoolBoy 400-in-1 cartridge back

In case you can’t read that from the picture, it says:

“•Avoid exposing cartr dge to extreme temperature

•Be careful not to immerse cartridge in water.

•For protection, when cartridge is noe in use, place cartridge inside protective plastic case.”

Maybe Pocket Games 5-in-1 was made by CoolBoy Electronics, too. Moving on:

This cartridge claims to have 400 games on it. If you’ve done much research in multicarts, you’ll know that most cartridges that say they have a huge number of games usually have just a few games repeated over and over again. Well, let’s turn it on and see what we have. Well, let’s turn it on and see if it lives up to it’s promise:

CoolBoy 400-in-1 Game select screen

CoolBoy 400-in-1 Game select screen

At the top of the screen it’s got a mostly cut off logo in chinese, and at the bottom we’ve got a halfway cut off message about how to select your game. Like I said about the Pocket Games multicart, whoever makes these things needs to learn that a lot of TVs don’t display all the edges. But whatever. Let’s see the list of games on this multicart:

Super Contra (JP version, 24in1 Menu)
Batman (US version, Prototype)
Spiderman: Return of the Sinister Six (US version, Cut-down version which omits some of the graphics)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters (US version, no copyrights or storyline)
Ferrari: Grand Prix Challenge (US version)
Taito Basketball (JPN version of Ultimate Basketball)
Guevara (JPN version of Guerilla War)
Pocket Monster [Pirate Original]
Tiny Toon Adventures (US version)
Rolling Thunder (US version)
Power Blade 2 (US version)
Terminator 2: Judgement Day (US version)
Double Dragon III: The Sacred Stones (US version)
Alien 3 (US version)
Ninja Gaiden Episode II: The Dark Sword of Chaos (US version)
Mighty Final Fight (US version)
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (US version)
Astyanax (US version, listed as Golden Axe)
Robocop 2 (US version)
Saint Seiya: Ougon Densetsu Kanketsu Hen
Ring King (US version)
War of Strike Mouse [Pirate Original]
Contra (US version)
Mortal Kombat 4 [[[Hummer Team]]] (Mortal Kombat 3, graphics aren’t glitchy, unlike in 245 in 1)
Colorful Dragon [[[Sachen]]]
Back to the Future
Arkista’s Ring
Bandai Golf: Challenge Pebble Beach (Crashes upon reaching the green)
Castle Excellent (JP version of Castlequest)
Tiger-Heli (US version)
The Universe Soldier [Pirate Original]
Dash Galaxy in the Alien Asylum
Q-Bert
Egypt
Alpha Mission (US version)
Firehouse Rescue
I Can Remember (Glitchy graphics)
The Punisher
Hokuto no Ken
Hotaaman no Chitei Tanken
Battleship (US version)
Milon’s Secret Castle (US version)
Destination Earthstar
Super Chinese (JP version of Kung Fu Heroes)
Ikinari Musician
Super X-Wing 97 (Homebrew Argus hack)
Baltron
Mach Rider
Onyanko Town
Gyromite
Monster Truck Rally
Bingo 75 [Sachen]
Bump’n’Jump (US version)
Adventures of Dino Riki (US version, title screen is removed)
Ghostbusters (US version)
Spy Hunter
Balloon Monster [[[Caltron 6-in-1]]]
Paper Boy
T&C Surf Designs
Hyper Olympic (JP version of Track & Field)
Battletank
Aladdin III (Magic Carpet 1001 hack) [Caltron 6-in-1]
Dynamite Bowl
Takahashi Meijin no Bouken Jima (JP version of Adventure Island)
Dr. Mario (Title screen is removed)
Mickey Mouse: Fushigi no kuni no Daibouken (JPN version)
Quarth
Moai-Kun
Gradius
Mystery Quest (US version)
Friday the 13th
Musashi no Ken – Tadaima Shugyō Chu
Nagagutsu o Haita Neko: Sekai Isshuu 80 Nichi Daibouken
Hello Kitty no Hanabatake
Solomon no Kagi (JP version of Solomon’s Key)
Flipull
Deblock
Championship Bowling
Space Hunter
Transformers: Convoy no Nazo
The Karate Kid
Cadillac
Gorby no Pipeline Daisakusen
Star Soldier (US version)
Argus
Sansuu 3 Nen
Peepar Time
The Legend of Kage (US version)
Geimos
Hydlide Special (US version)
Star Luster
Exed Exes
Pac-Land
Thexder
The Tower of Druaga
Super Mario Bros. (PAL version)
Ninja Hattori Kun: Ninja wa Shuugyou Degogiru no Maki
TwinBee (Graphics aren’t glitched, unlike in 150 in 1 and 245 in 1)
Front Line
Elevator Action
Sqoon (JP version)
Slalom
Fire Dragon [Pirate Original]
Tetris [[[Tengen]]]
1942 (Some letters and numbers are missing)
Lot Lot
Fish War (Balloon Fight hack, different music, unlike in 150in1,245in1 & Balloon Trip is available)
Mighty Bomb Jack (JP version)
Spelunker
Chinese Chess
Gyromite
Mag Max
B-Wings
Tag Team Pro Wrestling
Wrecking Crew
Spartan X (JP version of Kung Fu)
Arkanoid
Dig Dug II (JP version)
Astro Robo Sasa
Obake no Q-taro: WanWan Panic (JP version of Chubby Cherub)
Wonder Ball [[[Nice Code]]]
Xevious (PAL version)
Soccer
Challenger
D.J.Boy (Rollergames hack)
Little Red Hood [Sachen]
Donald Land
Porter (graphical hack) [Caltron 6-in-1]
Dough Boy
Duck [[[Bit Corp.|Bit Corp]]]
Flappy
Penguin-kun Wars (Title screen is partly removed)
Zunou Senkan Galg
Gun Dec (JP version of Vice: Project Doom)
Giabbit (Homebrew Super Mario Bros. hack)
Gradirs (Homebrew Seicross hack)
Hammerin’ Harry (PAL version)
Sudoku [[[Nice Code Software|Nice Code]]]
Magic Mathematic [Sachen]
Pachi Com
The Penguin & Seal [Sachen]
Shift (Porter hack) [Caltron 6-in-1]
Xiao Ma Li (Glitchy title screen)
Tunny (SonSon hack)
Isolated Warrior
Volguard II
Mario Bros. (Title screen is removed)
Pac-Man
Donkey Kong
Dig Dug
Bomberman (JP version)
Star Gate (JP version of Defender II)
Duck Hunt
Magic Jewelry [Pirate Original]
Star Force (JP version, title screen is replaced with the plain text)
Galaga
Space Invaders
Exerion
Binary Land
BurgerTime
Tank 1990 (Battle City hack, only Mode A is available)
Lode Runner (US version)
Choplifter
Ninja-kun: Majou no Bouken
Antarctic Adventure
Sky Destroyer
Excitebike
Brush Roller [Pirate Original]
Ice Climber (JP version)
Tale Spin (US version)
Zippy Race
Tennis
Pinball
Lunar Ball (JP version of Lunar Pool)
Pooyan
Joust177
Warpman
Devil World
Formation Z
Championship Lode Runner
Helicopter (Raid on Bungeling Bay title hack)
City Connection (JP version, graphics aren’t glitched, unlike in 245in1)
Baseball
Yie Ar Kung-Fu
Golf
Clu Clu Land
Urban Champion
Choujikuu Yousai: Macross (Title screen is removed)
Nuts & Milk
Donkey Kong Jr.
Balloon Fight
Super Arabian
Millipede
Gomoku Narabe
Field Combat
Donkey Kong 3
Mappy
Popeye
Orchard Kavass [Nice Code]
Galaxian
Bird Week
F-1 Race
Circus Charlie
Chack’n Pop
Road Fighter (Title screen is replaced with the plain text)
Ikki (Title screen is removed)
Karateka
Kinnikuman: Muscle Tag Match (JP version of Muscle)
Top Gun Dual Fighters (JP version of Top Gun: The Second Mission)
Othello [[[Bit Corp.|Bit Corp]]]
10-Yard Fight
John Elway’s Quarterback
Karate Champ
King’s Knight (US version)
Minna no Tabou no Nakayoshi Daisakusen
Venice Beach Volleyball [[[American Video Entertainment]]]
Wolverine
Sanrio Carnival
Sky Kid
Sanrio Cup: Pon Pon Volley
Sansuu 1 Nen
Sansuu 2 Nen
Sansuu 4 Nen
Sansuu 5 & 6 Nen
Shockwave [American Game Cartridges]
Choujinrou Senki Warwolf (JP version of Werewolf: The Last Warrior)
Tetsudou Ou: Famicom Boardgame
Tiles of Fate [American Video Entertainment]
Jackie Chan’s Action King Fu (PAL Version)
Tsuppari Oozumou
Valkyrie no Densetsu
Cosmos Cop [Caltron 6-in-1]
Jackpot [Bit Corp]
Buggy Popper (JPN version of Bump’n’Jump)
Dian Shi Ma Li [Bit Corp]
Metal Fighter [Sachen]
Pipe Dream
Atlantis no Nazo
Tiny Toon Adventures 2: Troubles in Wacky Land (US version)
Spy vs Spy
Tokoro San no Mamoru
Ningen Heiki Dead Fox (JP version of Code Name: Viper)
Cybernoid: The Fighting Machine
Chubby Cherub (US version)
Adventures of Bayou Billy (US version)
Hudson’s Adventure Island II (US version)
Airwolf (JPN version)
All-Pro Basketball (US version, glitchy title screen music)
Darkman (US version)
Banana Prince (PAL version)
Chouhen [Sachen]
Bubble Bobble 2 (1-player only)
Bucky O’Hare (US version)
Captain America and the Avengers
Kero Kero Keroppi no Daibouken 2 (English translated ROM)
Captain Tsubasa V – Hasha no Shougou Canpione
Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest (US version)
Caveman Ninja (PAL version of Joe & Mac)
Chip to Dale no Daisakusen (JP version of Chip ‘n’ Dale Rescue Rangers)
Chip to Dale no Daisakusen 2 (JP version of Chip ‘n’ Dale Rescue Rangers 2)
Chip and Dale 3 (Heavy Barrel hack)
Super Contra 7 [Pirate Original]
Super Contra 6 (Contra Force hack, listed as Contra Force)
Cross Fire (Title screen is removed)
Super Spy Hunter (US version)
Hoops (US version)
Nekketsu! Street Basket: Ganbare Dunk Heroes
Nekketsu Koko Dojjiboru Bu: Sakka Hen (JP version of Nintendo World Cup)
Ike Ike! Nekketsu Hockey Bu: Subette Koronde Dairanto
Downtown – Nekketsu Koushin Kyoku – Soreyuke Daiundoukai
Bikkuri Nekketsu Shinkiroku: Harukanaru Kin Medal
Hiryu no Ken III: 5 Nin no Ryuu Senshi
Hiryu no Ken
Low G Man
Donkey Kong Jr. Math (US version)
Raid on Bungeling Bay
Blaster Master (PAL version)
Hyper Sports (JP version of the second half of Track & Field, 1-player only)
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles
4 Nin Uchi Mahjong
Mahjong
Muscle (US version)
Hon Shougi Naitou 9 Dan Shougi Hiden
Nibbles [Homebrew]
Iron Tank
Kabuki: Quantum Fighter
Склад №18 (Sokoban ripoff) [Александр Чудов]
Super Dynamix Badminton
Bokosuka Wars
Fruit [Nice Code]
Kamen no Ninja Hanamaru (JP version of Yo! Noid)
Pika Chu [Nice Code?] (Tengen Tetris ripoff)
Pyramid [Sachen]
Volleyball
Goonies (Title screen is removed)
Gyruss (Title screen is glitchy)
Wisdom Boy [Gamtec]
Wonder Rabbit [Nice Code]
Aquarium [Nice Code]
Arena [Nice Code]
Air Alert [Nice Code]
Burbles [Nice Code]
Burrow Explorer [Nice Code]
Cannonade [Nice Code]
Close Quarters [Nice Code]
Coast Guard [Nice Code]
Cub Adventure [Nice Code]
Depth Bomb [Nice Code]
Devildom Doom [Nice Code]
Diamond [Nice Code]
Dune War [Nice Code]
First Defender [Nice Code]
Five Days [Nice Code]
Frantic Mouse [Nice Code]
Fruit Dish [Nice Code]
Gallagant [Nice Code]
Garden War [Nice Code]
Gate [Nice Code]
Hallihoo [Nice Code]
Labyrinth [Nice Code]
Lunarian [Nice Code]
Mad Xmas [Nice Code]
Motoboat [Nice Code]
Panzer Attack [Nice Code]
Penta Base [Nice Code]
Pobble [Nice Code]
Polar Bat [Nice Code]
Rural Goblin [Nice Code]
Season Garden [Nice Code]
Shrew Mouse [Nice Code]
Snowball [Nice Code] (Sokoban ripoff)
Archer [Nice Code]
Twin Cards [Nice Code]
Undersea Arena [Nice Code]
Warrior [Nice Code]
Abscondee [Nice Code]
Aether Cruiser [Nice Code]
Aim Cruise [Nice Code]
Animal Contest [Nice Code]
Blocks World [Nice Code]
Bug Cather [Nice Code]
Busy Bar [Nice Code]
Candy Workshop [Nice Code]
Contest [Nice Code]
Cookies Labyrinth [Nice Code]
Crystal Blast [Nice Code]
Deformable [Nice Code]
Dejectitle [Nice Code] (Bomberman ripoff)
Egg Contest [Nice Code]
Escapeway [Nice Code]
Fair’s Treasure [Nice Code]
Falling Blocks [Nice Code] (Tengen Tetris ripoff)
Fated Pirate [Nice Code]
Final Blood [Nice Code]
Fish Story [Nice Code]
Fling Ball [Nice Code]
Forest Adventure [Nice Code]
Fruit Gift [Nice Code]
Ghost Castle [Nice Code]
Golden Bird [Nice Code]
Greedy [Nice Code]
Hammer & Nail [Nice Code]
Happy Match [Nice Code]
Ice Ocean [Nice Code]
IQ Champion [Nice Code]
Island [Nice Code]
Jump Jump [Nice Code]
Jumping Kid [Nice Code]
Lighting [Nice Code]
Little Witch [Nice Code]
Magic Egg [Nice Code]
Man in Red [Nice Code]
Meccano [Nice Code]
Mirror Devil World [Nice Code]
Mouse Snare [Nice Code]
Mouser Hero [Nice Code]
Mowing [Nice Code]
Nut Cracky [Nice Code]
Crystal Ball [Nice Code]
Police Dog Lasy [Nice Code]
Police vs Thief [Nice Code]
Pongpong [Nice Code]
Power Robot [Nice Code]
Pulveration [Nice Code] (Battle City ripoff)
Rabbit Village [Nice Code]
River Jump [Nice Code]
Seaport Guarl [Nice Code]
Seawolf [Nice Code]
Space Base [Nice Code]
Spiderman 2 [Nice Code]
Spiderman 1 [Nice Code]
Spring World [Nice Code]
Star [Nice Code]
Submarine [Nice Code]
Throughman [Nice Code]
Toy Factory [Nice Code]
Utmost Warfare [Nice Code]
Vigilant [Nice Code]
Warzone [Nice Code]
Water Pipe [Nice Code].

Well, that’s the 400 games, as promised. That’s pretty uncommon with multicarts promising large numbers of games. But wait, that’s not the most surprising part of this. It has THREE MORE GAMES.

The 3 extra games on CoolBoy 400-in-1

The 3 extra games on CoolBoy 400-in-1

These aren’t really new games, they’re just hacks of Nintendo games that, according to other websites, are based off of Chinese TV shows. Note that not all versions of this multicart have these extra games. Some versions of the cartridge only have the 400.

This cartridge actually has a whole lot of bootleg games on it. In fact, 107 of the games are made by NiceCode (if you want to hear more about NiceCode, I talk about them a little more on my post about their Spiderman game, which is included on this multicart). Here are some of the bootlegs on this cartridge. Maybe I’ll write more about them later:

Super Contra 7:

Super Contra 7 is an extensive bootleg hack of Super Contra that includes all entirely new levels.

Super Contra 7 title screen

Super Contra 7 title screen

Cosmos Cop, Aladdin III, Balloon Monster, and Porter: 

Caltron 6-in-1 is one of the rarest NES games and is very expensive to buy. This multicart has 4 of the 6 games on Caltron 6-in-1 included. It has Cosmos Cop and Balloon Monster unedited. It has a graphical hack of Porter, and it has a hack of Magic Carpet 1001 called Aladdin III. Here’s some pictures:

Cosmos Cop title screen

Cosmos Cop title screen

Aladdin 3 gameplay (it doesn't have a title screen)

Aladdin 3 gameplay (it doesn’t have a title screen)

Balloon Monster title screen

Balloon Monster title screen

Porter title screen

Porter title screen

Magic Jewelry

This is a game similar to columns.

Screenshot of Magic Jewelry

Screenshot of Magic Jewelry

Super Contra 6

This is a weird graphics hack of Contra Force. Here’s the character select screen:

Super Contra 6 character select screen

Super Contra 6 character select screen

All the characters are different.

Little Red Hood

Yes, they even have Little Red Hood on here.

Little Red Hood title screen

Little Red Hood title screen

There’s actually a LOT more bootleg games on here. Maybe I’ll talk about them more later, but that’s it for now.

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