Super Mario Bros. 2 Unbeatable Program

There are some bootleg versions of Super Mario Bros. 2j (lost levels) that put the disk-based game onto a cartridge.

Usually they look more or less like this:


What Mario 2j carts usually look like

But they don’t all look like that. Sometimes they look like this:

It says “unbeatable program” on it. Weird.

Well, let’s start it up.


Huh. Everything appears to be as usual.

…until the game starts scrolling.


…wait a second, is the HUD scrolling? Yes it is. It scrolls whenever the background scrolls.

After it scrolls long enough, it comes back around the other end.


(no, this isn’t just a problem with the demo. It happens throughout the whole game.)

Anyway, that’s about it. Other than that thing with the HUD, it seems to be identical to the official Super Mario Bros. 2j.


By the way, I’m sorry I haven’t been posting here as much as usual. ): Unfortunately, I don’t have as much money to buy these games as I did before, so there won’t be as many posts. (don’t worry though I still have some stuff that I haven’t written about yet.)

If you want more posts here, then I’d really appreciate it if you donated some money to this site via the Patreon page. Whatever though. I don’t mind if you guys don’t donate anything because you aren’t really getting anything in return.

…If you want to support the famiclone blog and actually get something in return, you could buy some of this stuff:

I’ll use the money I get from there to buy Famiclone stuff.


The Power Joy Navigator, Part 3

Hello everyone.

I have finally stopped being lazy and I am FINALLY writing more about the Power Joy navigator.


I’m REALLY sorry I took forever to do this, but I’m writing about it now. Unfortunately, my player 2 controller seems to be malfunctioning on the Power Joy Navigator. ):

But meh here you go.


First off is Pulverization. It is a hack of Battle City with new levels and vertical scrolling. In my last post, I accidentally referred to it as Alienis, because they are very similar. It also changes sounds and graphics.



Next up is Alienis.


Like the other games on the Navigator, the copyright is changed to say © Power Joy Ltd. instead of what it was supposed to say.

But whatever. What is Alienis?

Alienis is an advanced hack of Battle City developed by Inventor. Inventor is the same company that made that Pandamar hack of Super Mario Bros. that replaces Mario with a panda.


Well, what is changed from Battle City to Alienis?

The biggest difference is that Inventor added vertical scrolling. Pretty neat, huh? Also they changed the sprites and background. I am not entirely sure what it is supposed to be, but the background is blue, and you play as weird looking vehicle things. Instead of just dying when you are hit, you have two HP. After the first hit, your ship is split in two. After a second hit, you lose a life. But instead of going back to the beginning, you just get the ship you are using replaced with a new one.IMG_8014

In the original Battle City, you had to kill all the enemy tanks in order to move on to the next level. In this game, the levels are harder and I have been so far unable to complete the first level. I haven’t really played it very much yet though, so I’m no one to judge.

Oh, and instead of guarding an eagle statue like the original Battle City, you are guarding a little house.IMG_8013IMG_8012

Well that’s that. The next game I will write about is Polar Bat.

Polar Bat? What’s that?

It is a NiceCode game.


NiceCode Software’s logo.

And it features a guy who runs around at the bottom of the screen throwing snowballs up to attack the bats at the top of the screen, while dodging enormous snow-boulders and snow-icicles that will kill you if you don’t get out of the way.


That’s about it for Polar Bat. Moving on to Diamond.

It is a either a knockoff or a hack of Breakout. Not much new, gameplaywise.

The last one I will write about today is Snowball. A simple but challenging puzzle game thing.

You control a snowman, and you have to push all of the snowballs into holes in the level. If you mess up, you have a once-per-level thing where you can take back the move you just made. And you can also reset the level.


As you can see, that one is pretty easy. That’s because it’s the first level. The levels get more difficult as you progress through the game.

I’ve made it to level three in the few minutes I have played this game.

That’s it for today, guys. I will write more later.

“Super Gmae” 4-in-1

Hello everyone, I recently got this 4-in-1 cartridge from 2005, pictured in the below picture:


Hm. In addition to the misspelling of “Super Gmae” it claims to have the following games:

  1. Shudu
  2. Road Fighter
  3. Tetris
  4. Tank

Well. Before we start up the game and see which games are included, I’m going to point out a few things about the artwork.

“Shudu” features Dash from The Incredibles standing on a Sudoku board. And Tetris on here has artwork stolen from Tetris Worlds.

As for those other games I really have no idea where the art came from. I suspect it to be stolen and if anyone who reads this knows what it is, please let me know.

Let’s start it!


It appears that the game list has changed a bit.

  1. Shudu
  2. Tank
  3. Square
  4. Highway Racing

Well let’s start up Shudu.


Ehh I dunno I can’t read Japanese/Chinese/Whatever this is. They changed the copyright to say 2005 and they also garbled the company name.


It’s Sudoku. I don’t know what this is a hack of but it’s a hack of some sort. The person who sold me this game says it was a hack.

And it doesn’t have anything to do with The Incredibles.

Let’s try out Tank.


Again, they didn’t change the copyright very well. But the title screen artwork is very good. Let’s press start.


And this is a hack of Battle City. I haven’t really played the original Battle City, but I’ve played some hacks of it so I can tell.

So, yeah. They changed a lot of the graphics. I suspect the level layouts are changed too but I can’t check because I’m too lazy to try out the original Battle City right at the moment.

OK let’s play Square.


Hm… I suspect Tetris.


Yes I was right. Tetris. A hack of Tengen’s Tetris, to be precise.


In this hack, they changed the title screen and removed the all the difficulty/music/handicap options. Now it’s just a simple 1 player/2 player selection.

Also, like you saw, they changed a lot of the graphics, too.

Onto the last game, Highway Racing.


OK now it’s Highway Racing I.

Let’s play!


It’s a racing game. It is seems familiar but I can’t remember what it is. Also, there’s a typo on it. In the game it says “Feul” instead of “Fuel”.

Anyway, that’s it for Super Gmae 4-in-1.

Bye guys!

Little Red Hood

Hello everybody! Today I’m going to write about Little Red Hood, a pirate original developed by Sachen. It was released on the Famicom by Sachen themselves, and it was later released on the NES by HES Interactive.

Unfortunately, these single-game versions are very expensive. Despite the game’s very low-quality gameplay (which I will get to soon), people gladly pay hundreds of dollars for it. Thus, I have to play it on a multicart. To be specific, I’m using this CoolBoy 400-in-1.


CoolBoy 400-in-1 Real Game cartridge

So! Let’s get to the game. There are two different versions. One with a Taiwanese title screen, and another with an English one. I have the English one on that multicart.


Little Red Hood title screen

Little Red Hood is (in)famous for its low quality. And yeah, it’s not super good. But it isn’t, as some people call it, the worst NES/Famicom game of all time. Out of all the ones I’ve played, that title would go to Egg Contest.

Yeah, generally speaking, if people say a game is the worst video game ever, or even just on a certain system, they’re usually wrong. E.T. on the Atari 2600? Not really super bad. Pac-Man on the Atari 2600? Same there. Although to be fair Little Red Hood is in my opinion worse than both of those games.

Unfortunately (or maybe to your relief) I can’t get any more screenshots of this game on my CRT TV, because right now my Famicom isn’t hooked up to it right now, and everybody else is watching a movie on the other TV, and it’s really late, so I will be forced to use an emulator to take these screenshots. 😦

Oh and while I’m on an emulator I may as well show you the Taiwanese title screen.

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Well, whatever. When you press start, you will be taken to the first level.

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As you can see, there are are a bunch of trees, a door, bad guys, and rocks. Plus there is “Little Red Hood” herself. No, not Little Red Riding Hood. Little Red Hood. Although the ending cutscene seems to imply it was supposed to be Little Red Riding Hood. I haven’t ever beaten this game though so I can’t show you a picture. Plus, you may not want spoilers.

Well, what’s the point of this game?

Well, first you have to avoid the zombie things, snakes, and other enemies. Also at random times a staircase will appear in the ground. There is literally nothing you can do to trigger this. It’s pretty random.

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Normally when you go in you can just find some money, plus some health replenishers, and sometimes a key.

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So! How do you go to the next level?

Well, Little Red Hood has to first enter the staircase and find the key. Sometimes it isn’t there though, so if you don’t find it you have to come back out and wait for the staircase to show up again and see if it shows up then. It’s just random.

When you acquire the keys, kick the trees over and over again until fruit falls out of them. Whether the fruit falls out is (again) totally random.

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If you get a random unspecified amount of fruit, then the next time you go down the staircase you will advance to the next level.

Well, most of the levels are like that. One or two have slightly different ways to get the key, and some require you to go and get things from the store before the key shows up.

The store! What’s that? Shouldn’t I have mentioned that by now? No? Why not? Because it’s basically pointless. You go into them by going in those doors. All the stores have the same items, even the ones that are right next to each other. All the items you can get from the store you can find underneath rocks.

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Oh, and yeah, you can get things from under rocks. What stuff? Well, potions that replenish your health, a weapon that attacks the zombies, and some other item I forget. You can get this in the stores too.

The stuff you can’t get in the stores that you can get under rocks are extra bad guys, and you can find money, and a dog that will attack enemies for you.

And that’s about it.

Oh, and did I mention that enemies respawn IMMEDIATELY after they are killed? There’s literally no time before they respawn. So it’s not as much killing them as teleporting them to another part of the screen.

…And that’s it. The end. Bye! I’ll write more later.

P.S. there’s also a bonus game sort of where you fly with a balloon and collect money, but I’m not sure exactly what triggers it. It seems to be totally random.


NiceCode’s Star

There are probably at least five billion video games where you control a fish that has to eat the smaller fish, or something along those lines.

As such, it’s no surprise that there are games of that sort on the Famicom. Only this time, it’s developed by NiceCode and you control stars eating smaller stars.


NiceCode Software’s logo.



Oh, and also you don’t just eat stars. You also eat other shapes like weird blobs, bubbles, etc.

Every time you eat a shape smaller than you, you get bigger. If you try to eat a bigger object, it eats you and you lose a life.

As far as gameplay, that’s it. Basically just your typical fish-eats-the-smaller-fish game.

But, there’s something else interesting about this game.

Remember the bootleg NiceCode ports of Plants Vs. Zombies and Angry Birds?

Well, those ports’ music is taken from Star. Unfortunately, everybody I’ve asked hates this music except for me. Oh well. I mean, it’s not good music, but it’s not terrible.

(NiceCode isn’t exactly known for there high-quality background music. In fact, they’re known for there incredibly low-quality music. And for some of NiceCode’s games, yes, it really is super terrible.)

If you want to play this game, it’s included on the CoolBoy 400-in-1 multicart and probably some other places.

That’s it for now. Bye!


Today I got this new game. That game, as you may have guessed, is Doraemon. It’s a pirate original that was published by Fuzhou Waixing Computer Science & Technology Co. Ltd.

As for the developer, that would be Hummer Team. Sort of.

As you may know, Hummer Team developed Somari, which was a port of Sonic the Hedgehog to the NES that replaced Sonic with Mario.

Well, Waixing Co. made a hack of Somari called Doraemon that replaces Mario with Doraemon. It also replaces all of the levels, and the majority of the graphics, and the music.


Well, let’s start it up and play!


Well, it appears they replaced the “Somari Team Presents” screen with a big Waixing Co. screen. Anyway, here’s the title screen:


Hm! I can’t read Chinese, so all I can make out of this is “Stage!! OK good good”.

…I don’t really know anything about Doraemon. Maybe somebody who actually watches it can tell me if this has anything to do with something in the TV show or not. Moving on.

If you press start, you get this screen.

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In the original Somari, this screen told you which level you were on. I can’t read Chinese, so I dunno what it says.

Anyway, after that screen, you go to the first level.


Yup. Very different from Somari.


Somari screenshot

…at least in terms of level design. As far as gameplay, they are the same. Doraemon has harder levels though.


That’s mostly it as far as the game goes. It’s a bootleg that’s similar to sonic but with different levels.

But there’s something else I want to point out.

This game steals graphics from several official games, including Little SamsonJackie Chan’s Action Kung FuWacky Races, and Chip & Dale 2.

But more importantly, it steals graphics from Aladdin, another bootleg game by Hummer Team.

Here’s one example. You see these snakes in Doraemon?


Well, compare that to these snakes in Aladdin:


In case you can’t tell, they are identical, albeit being different colors.

…That’s it for now. I’ll write more later. I have a lot more games I’m getting that I will hopefully be able to write about here soon.

Super New Year Cart 15-in-1, part 4.

Hello everyone! I finally got my CRT TV setup partially reinstalled, enough to do light gun stuff, which means I can finally finish writing about Super New Year Cart 15 in 1.


Yes, finally. This is (probably) the last post about this cartridge.

Anyway, the first thing I’m covering is the incomplete lightgun support in The Duck / The Egg.


If you use the lightgun on the title screen, it will start up the game. But the palettes are all messed up.


…yup. Pretty buggy. You can also shoot the ducks. It is very incomplete though, and is apparently broken. You can shoot ducks when you are pointing the gun away from the TV. And you can also miss the ducks when the gun is pointed straight at them.

So yeah. Very buggy.

Next off, there is a debug mode in Titenic. You just press buttons on the second controller and weird stuff happens.

For example, you can use the player 2 D-pad to control the water level. And sometimes you can press A twice in a row to create a second playable character. You control both of them at the same time.


Also, you can skip straight to the credits, and you can crash the game. I haven’t tried out the debug stuff very much, but it is very glitchy.

So, yeah. Now I’m going to write about the next games on this multicart I haven’t written about yet.

Next up are Beachhead, Jungle War, and Adventure. But these are all just Pink Jelly hacked to start on a different level later in the game.

And then there’s a game I haven’t written about yet: Rings.

Wait a second… “rings” isn’t listed anywhere on this menu.


No, it’s not. But “Gorge” is just an alternate name for Rings. In fact, there’s some uncompiled source code in this multicart that refers to “Gorge” as “Rings.” Anyway, what is Rings? Let’s find out.


Hm! A character select. you can pick either Frodo, Legolas, Gandalf and Arwen as your playable character. This game is based off of The Lord of the Rings.

Let’s pick Frodo, because he’s the main character. Let’s see…


…this is exactly the same as Pink Jelly. Yup. It’s just Pink Jelly plus a character select.

Actually, Pink Jelly is Rings without a character select. People have done some hacking in Pink Jelly and found some remains of the level select.

Well, that basically covers it for Super New Year Cart 15 in 1.

Oh wait, there’s Peace Sea, The Bridge, and Green Evil to write about. They’re not much, they’re just Rings hacked to start on different levels.

By the way, the heights of the characters are completely inaccurate to both the book and the movie versions of The Lord of the Rings. In this game, all the characters are 103 cm tall.

OK, that will conclude this blog post, so bye guys I guess.

Family Kid

Hi guys, about a month ago I purchased this game, and today it came in the mail:


Yup! That’s the game I got. Family Kid. It’s a hack of Somari. It was hacked by a company called Family TSI. They also published some famiclones. Anyway, Family Kid is a hack of Somari, that replaces Somari with Family TSI’s mascot Family Kid.

Here’s the Family TSI logo, which you get when you boot up Family Kid.

(note: these pictures were taken on an emulator. I would take them on an actual console, but I had already uploaded these pictures in a previous post before I got my cartridge, so I figure I’d rather reuse those than take new pictures and waste space on the limited-space WordPress database.)

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Then there’s the title screen.

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And here’s some gameplay.

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For some reason, when Family Kid is standing still, part of his sprite is missing. I’m not sure why, but it’s probably some sort of glitch.

Anyway, that’s basically it for the game part of it. For more about Somari, search my blog for my posts on it a while back if you haven’t read them yet.

But there’s some more I want to say about this cartridge. Take a closer look at this label:
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…that’s not an actual hole in the label. They printed out a label that looks like it has a hole in it.

And plus, this label is really blurry. I think I know why.

This cartridge is not an original printing. My cartridge is a very new rerelease by a company that’s not Family TSI. For the label, I think they looked on the internet, found a picture of some guy’s damaged cartridge, and put it on as the label.

That’s pretty funny, in my opinion.

That’s basically it though. Thanks for reading this! Bye. I’ll write some more about bootleg Famicom games later. I have some more games I bought that I’ll write about soon.


Hummer Team’s Tekken 2

Hello, everybody! I’ve got a new game to write about on my blog. I’ve had it for a few weeks now. As you can probably guess from the title of this blog post, that game I refer to is Tekken 2.


This is a bootleg port of the PlayStation fighting game Tekken to the Famicom. No, it’s not a port of Tekken 2, it’s a port of Tekken 1. I guess they just called it Tekken 2 to make some extra money off of it.

This port was developed by Hummer Team and released in September of 1996. Hummer Team was also the developer of several other Famicom pirate originals such as Somari, Panda Adventure, War, War of Strike Mouse, Titenic, Dragon Running, Street Fighter IV, etc.

Well, let’s put it in a Famicom and play it.


Neat! And the first thing everybody does when they have a new fighting game is they press up-right-up-right-right-right-up-left on the title screen, so let’s get that out of the way. If you do that, you will get this.


That 3-eyed sun/sea urchin is the logo of the JY Company. The JY Company was a bootleg game publisher that published bootleg games, as is the usual for a bootleg game publisher. They published some of Hummer Team’s games, as well as some other pirate originals and some multicarts and some bootleg copies of official games. As you can see, the cartridge’s ID code is JY-092, a reference to the publisher’s name.

If you activate the JY company logo, the game will basically soft lock there and you will have to hit reset if you want to actually play the game.

Well, OK. If you wait for a while on the title screen, it plays a cutscene, which is the intro from Tekken. Pretty neat. Then it goes to a demo mode, which I am not going to show to you because I want to show you the gameplay myself. I’ll show you a picture of the cutscene though.


The cutscene is animated really well, too.

All right! Let’s actually press start on the title screen this time.


Ooh! A character select! With big character portraits! Cool! Plus there’s some music playing in the background that was later reused in Hummer Team’s game Dragon Running. The menu includes all the characters from the original Tekken.

When you pick your character, some music plays, and then the fight starts. The gameplay is more similar to Street Fighter II more than to Tekken. (At least, that’s what I’ve heard. I’ve never played any of the Tekken games. I’ve played Street Fighter II though.) The reason for this is because it is based off of the game engine of a bootleg port of Street Fighter II, also made by Hummer Team. This is the case with most of their fighting games.


Tekken had actual 3D rendered backgrounds, but the Famicom/NES can not do that kind of thing. So to compensate, Hummer Team used multi-layered scrolling in the backgrounds.

Speaking of background, there’s a sign in the back of some of them that says “Hummer” on it. This is a reference to the fact that the developer of this port is Hummer Team.


After you win a match, then it plays that same music reused in Dragon Running. Plus it has your character’s victory pose. (:


The game also has a 2-player vs. mode, which is listed separately on the menu. This is unusual for a Hummer Team fighting game. Usually Hummer Team lets you access 2-player mode in some other way.

Well, that’s basically it. I hope you liked this blog post.

200-in-1 T.V. Game Cartridge

Hello everyone! I recently got this neat 200-in-1 multicart. Here it is:


Well, the first thing you’ll notice about it is that it’s way bigger than a standard Famicom cartridge.


I also happen to have a really small Famiclone cartridge, Power Joy Navigator 50 Games, which just for fun here is a comparison picture:


The label for this game has artwork for a lot of games. Some of the ones I can recognize include Contra, Life Force, Tetris, Wild Gunman, Duck Hunt, and Super Mario Bros. There are some more game artworks on here, but I can’t recognize them.

By the way, let’s zoom in on that Tetris artwork…

tetris art

What the… somebody was not playing Tetris correctly.

Let’s look at the rest of the cartridge. It has “T.V. GAME CARTRIDGE” engraved into the cartridge on the top of the front. Also, it appears to have originally had a top label, but mine is pretty beat up and I can’t read what it said.


There’s a little sticker on the side saying “EK TK” and then something in Chinese that I can’t read.


Then on the back, there’s a list of all the games. It’s in Chinese though, so I can’t read it. It also says “HOME GAME COMPUTER” underneath the sticker.


Well, that’s it for what the cartridge looks like. Let’s put it in a Famicom and see what is on it.


Hm! A menu. The first game on the list is Contra. And yeah, it’s contra. Albeit with the copyright removed.

Next is Life Force. Also without copyrights. Then there is Rush ‘N Attack, again with no copyrights. Then you have Jakal, Ninja Kun, and Binary Land without the copyrights. Sao far so standard. Then we get to “Mario” on the menu, and something really weird happens.

When you boot it up, you get the “World 1-1” screen from Super Mario Bros. Weird, huh?


Then this happens:


But you can’t move Mario! Weird, huh? There are two things that can happen from here.

If you wait for a while, then Mario starts moving on his own, doing the usual demo mode from Super Mario Bros. After the demo is over (or you skip to the end by hitting start) then this happens:


The Super Mario Bros. title screen except without the title screen. Huh. From here, it’s exactly the same as normal Super Mario Bros., except, you know, minus the title screen.

But what about the second thing that can happen? What’s that? Well, if you press start back before the demo mode starts, then this happens:


And then you start the first level, actually playable.

Well, that’s pretty weird. Let’s move on the the next game on the multicart list, Duck 1PS.


Well, it says Duck Hunt. But what happened to the three modes of play? Now it just says “push start.” Whatever, what happens if we do?

Nothing much. It’s just Duck Hunt always stuck on 1-duck mode. Huh. Well, moving on. The next game is Tank 1A, which after you start it up, has a title screen of “Tank 1A 1991”


It’s a hack of battle city. It looks pretty familiar. Here’s why. There are a lot of other Battle City hacks made by Yanshan Software that have similar names. I don’t know if this was made by Yanshan Software too.

Some of Yanshan Software’s other hacks include “Tank A 1990”, “Tank B 1990”, “Tank C 1990”, “Tank D 1990”, and “Tank E 1990”. I suspect that this “Tank 1A 1991” was also made by Yanshan Software.

I don’t know for sure though. Moving on. The next game on this multicart is Ant Adventure on the menu. It’s actually a Famicom game called Antarctic Adventure where you play as a penguin. The copyright appears to be removed.

Next, there’s “Ice Climber 2”, which is actually Ice Climbers. Then, the next game is Ninja 2, which is just Ninja Kun hacked to start on level 2. Then there’s Binary Land 3, which is actually just Binary Land hacked to start on level 3.

Then we have Tank 2A. It’s hacked version of that other Battle City hack. I’m pretty sure it just starts on a different level.

Interesting. Then we have “B-Wings CON” which is actually just B-Wings. Then there’s Mario 2, which instead of actually being Mario 2, is Super Mario Bros. hacked to start on world 2. And yes, it still has that glitchy title screen.

Next off is “Asuit Contra”, which is Contra except you always have the machine gun. Kinda cheating.

Then there’s Rush ‘N Attack 2, which is really Rush ‘N Attack hacked to start on level 2. Then there’s Duck 2PS, which is Duck Hunt always on 2-duck mode. Then there’s Ice Climber 3, which is actually Ice Climber hacked to start on level 3.

Next there is “Asuit Contra MAY”. What?? Well, this is Contra, except you always have the machine gun, and you always have the 30 lives cheat on at default.

Next is Dig Dug 3. It’s Dig Dug where you start on level 3. I hope there is a Dig Dug 1 somewhere on this multicart, so I can play it starting at the beginning. Next is Circus Charlie, hacked to start on Level 2. Next is Nuts and Milk, unhacked. Then there’s Clu Clu Land 2, which is Clu Clu Land hacked to start on level 2—


Here’s a complete list of every game on this multicart. (Also, they did have a version of Dig Dug that starts on level 1. :D)

Sometimes it’s hard to find what you want though, because between everything is a bunch of boring level hacks, so you have to keep your eye out for what you want.

  • Contra
  • Life Force
  • Rush ‘N Attack
  • Jackal
  • Ninja Kun
  • Binary Land
  • Super Mario Bros.
  • Duck Hunt
  • Tank 1A 1991
  • Antarctic Adventure
  • Ice Climber
  • Tank 2A 1991
  • B-Wings
  • Dig Dug
  • Circus Charlie
  • Nuts & Milk
  • Clu Clu Land
  • Tank 2B 1991
  • Mappy (the best game ever)
  • Bomberman
  • Ballon Fight
  • Wild Gunman
  • Combat
  • Tengen’s Tetris (Title screen replaced with ASCII text)

This multicart actually has something really stupid. There are a couple repeats of the battle city hacks, and guess what they are called in the menu? “Warpman”, “Donkey Kong D”, and “Donkey Kong Jr.” What the heck!?!?!? Why do they have to try to rip people off by doing this!!?!?

Still though, if you add up all the real games on the multicart, that’s 24 actual games on this multicart. That’s actually a lot better than I expected!

Well, that’s it for now, guys. Bye!!

P.S. All of these games have the copyrights removed. There are also some other hacks of the games, like giving you different power-ups in Contra, plus everything has a hack that starts on the wrong level. (Except for Contra. They don’t have those for Contra). Plus there are repeats.

P.P.S. You may notice I didn’t have very many pictures here. The reason for that is because you can only store a limited number of pictures on WordPress before you have to start paying for it. For all of the games that you can easily find pictures of on the internet, I have not given pictures, because I want to not have to pay for pictures on my blog for as long as possible.