8 April 2014

Pickups 1: Famicom Cartridges 1 (07.01.2014)

What's up? I have decided to do this little thing on my blog, called "Pickups", which I should have started a long time ago, so I'll quickly post the stuff I got, and write what's the game is about in short.
So, here we go!
All of these carts are the bootleg ones as you can see, they are not the official Famicom carts at all.
Super Earthworm Jim 3 (Hummer Team)
Ferrari Grand Prix Challenge
Flintstones - The Rescue of Dino & Hoppy
Final Mission
Chip to Dale no Daisakusen
Super Bros. 6 (Tiny Toon Adventures hack)
Robocop 4 (Robocop 3 hack)
Monster in my Pocket
2in1 Captain America & The Avengers
6in1 Road Fighter, Excitebike, Zippy Race, Mach Rider, F-1 Race, City Connection
28in1 Mortal Kombat II (Hummer Team), Tecmo World Cup Soccer, Track & Field, Super Mario Bros, F-1 Race, Battle City, Road Fighter, Excitebike, Zippy Race, Exerion, Star Force, Sky Destroyer, Macross, Dig Dug, Bomberman, Pac-Man, Lode Runner, Circus Charlie, Duck Hunt, Magic Jewelry
75in1 Dr.Mario, The Legend of Kage, Lunar Ball, Road Fighter, Tennis, Galaxian

(Super) Earthworm Jim 3 is just a port of Earthworm Jim from Super Nintendo by Hummer Team. Plays fairly decent. Obviously, not as great as the original game, but still pretty cool for a pirate port.
Chip to Dale no Daisakusen is just Chip & Dale Rescue Rangers
Super Bros. 6 is a lazy hack of Tiny Toon Adventures, where only the sprites of Buster Bunny were changed to Mario. That's it.
Robocop 4 is a title hack of Robocop 3.
2in1 multicart is a reset-based one.
6in1 doesn't work on my Famicom, as well as Super Bros.6. Other carts from these ones work flawlessly.
Most of the included games in 28in1 have the copyrights left in the games, which was very lazy from pirates, because usually the copyrights on pirated carts are removed. It wouldn't be too bad for the cartridge that would be bundled with some Famiclone.

Thanks for reading this!
See you later!

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