3 June 2014

Off-topic: Famicom Custom Labels

Hello, everyone!
It's been a while since I posted something on my blog, but anyway, let's get into the topic.

I have some cartridges for Famicom without any labels on them, so I decided to update them with my custom labels. :)

Here there are some:

As you can see, there were 3 cartridges that didn't have any labels on them whatsoever, so I decided to make my own ones via MS Paint, and here's the result ;)

  • The cartridge at the top is "76-in-1 FunTime" multicart, that contains about 70 unique games. The rest are repeats. The list of the included games on it will be at the bottom on this post.
  • The second cartridge (the first one below) is "Super 4in1" as it's called in the menu. It has Harry's Legend, Pokemon Silver, Snow Bros., Kero Kero Keroppi no Daibouken 2. The second game is the hack of Little Nemo: The Dream Master for NES, except with the Pokemon in it, although they failed to change all the sprites, just like in every other pirate hack I've ever seen.
  • The third cartridge (the second one below) is "4-in-1". It contains Super Robin Hood, The Little Mermaid, Soccer, Magic Jewelry. Super Robin Hood is the game off the Quatro Adventure unlicensed cartridge for NES. Magic Jewelry is the clone of Columns for Sega systems, made by Hwang Shinwei, it plays very well, and also has some pretty good music included in it.
Here's a bit closer look at these cartridges ;)
This "76in1 FunTime" actually was also released on some Famiclones built-in, like Power Joy 3, a crappy N64 controller knock-off that played Famicom, and it had this multicart built-in. So, I decided to copy the scan of the back side of the box of "PowerPlayer Super Joystick Power Joy 3" Famiclone. Looks cool, doesn't it?
I put this back label just for fun :P
I don't know Chinese or Japanese sadly, so I had to translate the game's names into Chinese through the online translators, such as Google Translator, but you can guess, that the translation is very crappy.
Pretty standard and generic looking label, but cool noneless :)
And last, but not least...

Yeah... Well, I'd say pretty much the same thing about this multicart as about the one above this one.

Thanks for reading!
(C) SomeRussianMarioDude Productions (2014)

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"76in1 FunTime" list:
  1. Contra
  2. Aladdin III (Magic Carpet 1001)
  3. Soccer
  4. Yie Ar Kung Fu
  5. Karateka
  6. Wrestle (M.U.S.C.L.E title hack)
  7. Tengen's Tetris
  8. Super Mario Bros. (256W hack)
  9. Arkanoid
  10. 1942
  11. Star Force
  12. F-1 Race
  13. Popeye
  14. Galaga
  15. Mighty Bomb Jack
  16. Bird Week
  17. Gomoku Narabe
  18. Star Gate
  19. Space Invaders
  20. Teletubbies (Mario Bros. hack, listed as Mario Bros.)
  21. Exerion
  22. Road Fighter
  23. Dig Dug
  24. Twin Bee
  25. Binary Land
  26. Door Door
  27. Spartan X
  28. Super Dynamix Badminton
  29. Wild Gunman
  30. Ninja Kun
  31. Super Arabian
  32. Helicopter (Raid on Bungeling Bay title hack)
  33. Donkey Kong Jr.
  34. Championship Lode Runner
  35. Front Line
  36. Antarctic Adventure
  37. Sky Destroyer
  38. Balloon Fight
  39. Millipede
  40. Circus Charlie
  41. Golf
  42. Clu Clu Land
  43. Tank M 1990
  44. Field Combat
  45. Baseball
  46. Urban Champion
  47. Super Dimension Fortress Macross
  48. Nuts & Milk
  49. Slalom
  50. Tank I 1990
  51. Elevator Action
  52. Brush Roller
  53. Ice Climber
  54. Hogan's Alley
  55. Warpman
  56. Pac-Man (Binary Land hack)
  57. Zippy Race
  58. Donkey Kong Jr. Math
  59. Clay Shoot (Duck Hunt Mode C)
  60. Toy Story (Bomberman hack)
  61. Tennis
  62. Pinball
  63. Lunar Ball
  64. Donkey Kong
  65. Sqoon
  66. Pooyan
  67. Joust
  68. Duck Hunt (no Clay Shoot mode)
  69. Gyrodine
  70. Excitebike
  71. Formation Z
  72. Brush Roller (repeat, 2nd level)
  73. Mappy
  74. Bomberman
  75. Magic Jewelry
  76. Devil World

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