31 December 2015

Famicom Bootleg Carts Collection 4: Multicarts (Simple games) [25.12.2015]

Ok, now that I am done with singlecarts I own, let's talk about multicarts I own.
I don't own that many of them, as I prefer singlecarts more, but I still find some multicarts pretty interesting, and worth getting in the collection.
In this post of multicarts, I am showing off the ones that include simple games, in order words, the ones released in the first ages of Nintendo Famicom.

So, let's do this. :)
This time, I will show the screenshots from consoles mostly, if it's a menu screen, and below under the photo, there will be a list of included games.
If the list of multicart is really long and I reviewed it before on my blog, I will simply link to my review of that cart, in order not to waste anyone's time. ;)
In "[]" I will write the company, who developed/published the game, if it's written in actual game.

4-in-1 Please push reset button
1. Zunou Senkan Garu
2. Soccer
3. Thexder
4. Ninja Hattori-kun

4-in-1 Tetris Series
1. Tetris (BPS) [BPS]
2. Tetris (Tengen)
3. Flipull: An Exciting Cube Game
4. Takahashi Meijin no Bouken Jima (JPN version of Adventure Island) [Hudson Soft]

8-in-1 1996 Best Selling Card (KY050)
1. Circus Charlie
2. Star Force
3. Choujikuu Yousai - Macross
4. Millipede

10-in-1 [TBW-010]
Running on Famicom
Running on Famiclone
1. Galaxian
2. Galaga
3. Battle City
4. Bomberman
5. Super Mario Bros.
6. Karateka
7. Yie Ar Kung Fu
8. F-1 Race
9. Duck Hunt
10. Wild Gunman

10-in-1 Racing Series (New 1995 Racing Chapter)
1. Road Fighter (title screen is removed)
2. F-1 Race
3. Zippy Race
4. Challenger [Hudson Soft]
5. Route 16 Turbo [Sunsoft]
6. Pac Man

10-in-1 '92
1. Championship Lode Runner [partly removed title]
2. Hogan's Alley
3. Duck Hunt
4. Wild Gunman

11-in-1 Ball Series
1. Soccer
2. Baseball [Nintendo]
3. Lunar Ball (level select feature is disabled)
4. Tennis
5. Golf
6. 10 Yard Fight [Irem Corp]
7. Pac-Man (score system is glitched)


11-in-1 1993 Ball Series
1. Soccer
2. Volleyball
3. Baseball
4. Lunar Ball
5. Golf
6. Tennis
7. Smash Table Tennis (FDS conversion!)
8. Dynamite Bowl
9. Pinball
10. 10 Yard Fight
11. Double Dribble

12-in-1 Wisdom (1201)
1. Magic Jewelry [Hwang Shinwei / RCM]
2. Tetris (Tengen)
3. Chinese Chess (TXC Corp.)
4. Dr. Mario
5. Taiwan Mahjon 16 [Sachen]
6. Gomoku Narabe Renji
7. Block Force [RCM]
8. Hayauchi Super Igo
9. Arkanoid (more extra lives)
10. Flipull: An Exciting Cube Game
11. Super Mario Bros. (level select hack)
12. Tank 1990 (Battle City hack) [YS]

15-in-1 1988 NTDEC
1. Excite Bike
2. Balloon Fight [NTDEC]
3. Ice Climber (JPN version)
4. Mario Bros (says "Rambo Bros 1988 NTDEC" on the title)
5. Star Force (JPN version, 5 lives)
6. Battle City
7. Donkey Kong
8. Yie Ar Kung Fu
9. Galaga
10. Baseball
11. Tennis
12. Pac-Man
13. Choujikuu Yousai: Macross
14. Exerion (255 singleshots)
15. Mahjong

20-in-1 Super Cartridge Gold Cassette
1. Super Mario Bros. (title hack, says Super Kid)
2. Mario Bros. (title hack, says Super Kid)
3. Battle City
4. F-1 Race (title screen removed, some graphics are glitchy)
5. Road Fighter
6. Excite Bike
7. Baseball
8. Pinball
9. Mahjong (title screen removed, glitchy graphics)
10. Exerion
11. Star Force (title hack, says Star War with plain text)
12. Ikki
13. Yie Ar Kung Fu
14. Donkey Kong 3 (title hack, says Gorilla 3)
15. Galaga
16. Ice Climber
17. Pac-Man
18. Circus Charlie (title hack, says Circus Troupe with plain text)
19. Duck Hunt
20. Wild Gunman

20-in-1 Super Gun
1. Bomberman
2. Hogan's Alley
3. Duck Hunt
4. Wild Gunman

22-in-1 2000 Ball Series
1. Track & Field (separated into own levels)
2. Dynamite Bowl
3. Soccer
4. Ice Hockey (judging by the sound pitch, it seems to be a European version)
5. Volley Ball (it's supposed to be a game by Nintendo, but it doesn't seem to work here)
6. Wild Gunman
7. Duck Hunt
8. Hogan's Alley
9. Pinball
10. Golf
11. Tennis
12. Baseball
13. Excite Bike
14. 10 Yard Fight
15. Lunar Ball

23-in-1 1994 (1995) Super HIK
1. Duck Hunt (Game A & B)
2. Clay Shoot (Duck Hunt Mode C)
3. Super Mario Bros. (Title hack, says "2")
4. Takahashi Meijin no Bouken Jima (JPN version of Adventure Island)
5. Tengen Tetris (says "1993 New Game" on the title screen)
6. Circus Charlie

35-in-1 Steepler #1
1. Duck Hunt
2. Hogan's Alley
3. Wild Gunman
4. Tank 1990

35-in-1 Steepler #2
1. Pac-Man
2. Mario Bros. (screwed up title screen music, no title)
3. Road Fighter (fuel upgraded to 200)
4. Tank 1990

42-in-1 Supervision
1. Othello
2. Ikki
3. Super Arabian
4. Road Fighter
5. Dig Dug
6. Yie Ar Kung Fu
7. Lode Runner
8. Nuts & Milk
9. Chack'n Pop
10. Star Gate
11. Donkey Kong 3 (title hack, says "Gorilla 3")
12. Popeye
13. Ice Climber
14. Front Line
15. Clu Clu Land (glitchy background)
16. Balloon Fight
17. Galaxian
18. Championship Lode Runner
19. Millipede
20. Tennis
21. Antarctic Adventure
22. Lunar Ball
23. Super Mario Bros (removed title screen, "MARIO" is changed to "MARI" in HUD)
24. Twin Bee (glitchy graphics in level 4)
25. B-Wings
26. 1942
27. Bomberman
28. Star Force
29. Mappy
30. Baseball
31. Pinball
32. Galaga
33. Urban Champion
34. Battle City
35. Choujikuu Yousai Macross
36. Circus Charlie
37. Excitebike
38. Field Combat
39. Exerion
40. Pac-Man
41. Joust
42. Mario Bros (removed title screen)

52-in-1 Supervision
1. Takahashi Meijin no Bouken Jima (JPN version of Adventure Island)
2. Gradius (JPN version, title screen is removed)
3. Hokuto no Ken (title screen is removed)
4. Star Soldier (JPN version)
5. Goonies (title screen is removed)
6. Kage no Densetsu (JPN version)
7. Tengen Tetris
8. Super Mario Bros. (graphics&level select hack, graphics from SMB2j, title screen is removed)
9. Twin Bee (glitchy graphics in level 4)
10. Ninja Jajamaru Kun (title screen is removed)
11. City Connection (JPN version)
12. B-Wings
13. 1942
14. Gyrodine
15. Flappy (level select hack, credited to "Whirlwind Manu" in copyrights)
16. Spartan X (JPN version of Kung Fu)
17. Bomberman (level select hack)
18. Front Line (title screen is removed)
19. Choujikuu Yousai: Macross
20. Galaxian (red title logo, speed up shots)
21. Star Force (JPN version, 5 lives)
22. Yie Ar Kung Fu
23. Ninja Kun: Majou no Bouken
24. Mario Bros. (title hack, says "Pipeline")
25. Mahjong
26. 4 Nin uchi Mahjong
27. Lode Runner (JPN version)
28. Championship Lode Runner
29. Donkey Kong
30. Donkey Kong Jr.
31. Donkey Kong 3 (title hack, says "Gorilla 3")
32. Mappy
33. Excite Bike (title screen is replaced with the plain text)
34. F-1 Race
35. Road Fighter (JPN version)
36. Pinball
37. Baseball
38. Popeye
39. Galaga
40. Galaxian
41. Pac-Man
42. Ice Climber (JPN version, title screen is removed)
43. Exerion (infinite single shots hack)
44. Kinnikuman Muscle Tag Match
45. Battle City
46. Sky Destroyer
47. Gomoku Narabe
48. Balloon Fight
49. Formation Z
50. Pooyan
51. Circus Charlie (title hack, says "Circus Troupe")
52. Super Mario Bros. (same as #8, but with glitchy scrolling)

64-in-1 Supervision
1. Takahashi Meijin no Bouken Jima (JPN version of Adventure Island)
2. Gradius (JPN version, title screen is removed)
3. Star Soldier (JPN version)
4. Goonies (title screen is removed)
5. Kage no Densetsu (JPN version)
6. Tengen Tetris
7. Super Mario Bros. (graphics&level select hack, graphics from SMB2j, title screen is removed)
8. Twin Bee (glitchy graphics in level 4)
9. Ninja Jajamaru Kun (title screen is removed)
10. City Connection (JPN version)
11. B-Wings
12. 1942
13. Spartan X
14. Bomberman (level select hack)
15. Front Line (title screen is removed)
16. Lunar Ball (JPN version of Lunar Pool)
17. Golf
18. Baseball
19. Pinball
20. Gomoku Narabe
21. Lode Runner (JPN version)
22. Championship Lode Runner
23. Mahjong
24. 4 Nin uchi Mahjong
25. Nuts and Milk
26. Choujikuu Yousai: Macross
27. Star Force (JPN version, 5 lives)
28. Yie Ar Kung Fu
29. Ninja Kun: Majou no Bouken
30. Mario Bros. (title hack, says "Pipeline")
31. Donkey Kong
32. Donkey Kong Jr.
33. Donkey Kong 3 (title hack, says "Gorilla 3")
34. Mappy
35. Excite Bike (title screen is replaced with the plain text)
36. F-1 Race
37. Road Fighter (JPN version)
38. Popeye
39. Galaga
40. Pac-Man
41. Galaxian
42. Ice Climber (JPN version, title screen is removed)
43. Exerion (infinite single shots hack)
44. Kinnikuman Muscle Tag Match
45. Battle City
46. Sky Destroyer
47. Balloon Fight
48. Formation Z
49. Pooyan
50. Circus Charlie (title hack, says "Circus Troupe")
51. Karateka
52. Super Arabian
53. Anterctic Adventure

72-in-1 "Bugtris"
1. Spartan X
2. Bugtris (Techline)
3. Super Mario Bros. (graphics&level select hack, graphics from SMB2j, title screen is removed)
4. B-Wings
5. Antarctic Adventure
6. Mario Bros. (title hack, says "Pipeline")
7. TwinBee (glitchy graphics in level 4) (?)
8. Balloon Fight
9. Battle City
10. Pac-Man
11. Binary Land (5 lives)
12. Bomberman (glitchy version, the exploding range doesn't increase, when collecting power-up)
13. Circus Charlie (title hack, says "Circus Troupe")
14. Field Combat
15. Exerion (infinite single shots hack)
16. Front Line (title screen is removed)
17. Donkey Kong
18. Donkey Kong Jr.
19. Donkey Kong 3 (title hack, says "Gorilla 3")
20. Excite Bike (title screen is replaced with the plain text)
21. Lode Runner (JPN version)
22. Formation Z
23. Galaga
24. Ice Climber (JPN version, title screen is removed)
25. Yie Ar Kung Fu (copyright information is partly removed in-game)
26. Choujikuu Yousai: Macross (glitchy title screen, and boss area)
27. Kinnikuman Muscle Tag Match (glitchy title screen)
28. Pinball
29. Pooyan
30. Popeye
31. Ninja Kun: Majou no Bouken
32. Mappy
33. Star Force
34. Nuts & Milk (title screen is removed)
35. Road Fighter
36. Gomoku Narabe
37. Warpman
38. Sky Destroyer
39. 10-Yard Fight
40. Arkanoid (title screen is replaced with "OOOO")

76-in-1 Tsang Hai 1990
1. Pinball
2. Urban Champion
3. Dig Dug
4. Excitebike ("Nintendo" string is replaced with "Motocycle" in the background)
5. Mappy
6. Circus Charlie (missing title screen)
7. Mario Bros (missing title screen)
8. Super Mario Bros (missing title screen, MARIO is changed to MARI, no mentioning of MARIO when you save Toad/Princess)
9. Donkey Kong 3 (named as "Kingkong Jr" in the menu, the title name is replaced with "Gorilla 3")
10. Tennis
11. Antarctic Adventure (named as "Pengun Adventure" in the menu)
12. Choujikuu Yousai Macross (named as "Macross" in the menu)
13. Yie Ar Kung Fu (named as "Kung Fu" in the menu)
14. Field Combat (named as "Combat" in the menu)
15. F-1 Race
16. Road Fighter
17. Exerion
18. Twinbee
19. Star Force (called "F16 Star Force" on the actual label)
20. Formation Z
21. B-Wings
22. Ice Climber
23. Battle City
24. 4 Nin Uchi Mahjong
25. Bomberman
26. Pac-Man (The score doesn't get counted until you die or beat the level)
27. Galaga
28. Front Line
29. Joust (called "Zippy Race" on the actual label)
30. Popeye (called "Mario Bros" on the actual label)
31. Nuts and Milk
32. 1942
33. Othello
34. Championship Lode Runner
35. Lode Runner
36. Baseball
37. Lunar Ball
38. Ikki (named as "Ninja" in the menu)
39. Millipede
40. Super Arabian
41. Balloon Fight
42. Chack'n Pop
43. Galaxian (named as "Abeille" on the title screen)
44. Sky Destroyer
45. Mahjong
46. Devil World
47. Binary Land
48. Pooyan
49. Warpman
50. Donkey Kong (named "Keykong" on the title screen)
51. Donkey Kong Jr.
52. Raid on Bungeling Bay (called "Choplifter" on the label)
53. Ninja Kun: Majou no Bouken (called "Ninja 4" on the label, named as "Ninja 2" in the menu)
54. Clu Clu Land
55. City Connection (named "Around the World" on the label, the corrupted version with missing graphics)
56. Burger Time
57. Golf (the "TITNETDO" version, where "N" and "T" letters were changed around)
58. Gomoku Narabe (named as "Gobang" in the menu)
59. Kinnikuman: Muscle Tag Match (replaced title screen with a plain text, where it says "---WRESTLE---")
60. Space Invaders (called "A Star Solider" on the label, named as "Star Juster" in the menu)
61. Karateka
62. Duck Hunt
63. Wild Gunman
64. Hogan's Alley
65. Mach Rider
66. Obake no Q-tarou: Wan Wan Panic (named as "King of Chost" both on the label and in the menu)
67. Gyrodine
68. Ninja Hattori Kun
69. MagMax
70. Spartan X
71. Wrecking Crew
72. Elevator Action
73. Xevious
74. Arkanoid
75. Zunou Senkan Garu
76. Tengen Tetris (named as "1990 New Game")

76-in-1 "FunTime"
1. Contra (US version, level select hack)
2. Aladdin III (Magic Carpet 1001 hack)
3. Soccer
4. Yie Ar Kung Fu
5. Karateka
6. Kinnikuman Muscle Tag Match (title hack, says "Wrestle")
7. Tengen Tetris
8. Super Mario Bros. (256W hack)
9. Arkanoid
10. 1942
11. Star Force (JPN version)
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 (glitchy graphics in level 4)
25. Binary Land
26. Door Door
27. Spartan X
28. Super Dynamix Badminton
29. Wild Gunman
30. Ninja Kun: Majou no Bouken
31. Super Arabian
32. Raid on Bungeling Bay (title hack, says "Helicopter")
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. Choujikuu Yousai: Macross
48. Nuts & Milk
49. Slalom
50. Tank I 1990
51. Elevator Action
52. Brush Roller
53. Ice Climber (JPN version)
54. Hogan's Alley
55. Warpman
56. Pac-Man (Binary Land hack)
57. Zippy Race
58. Donkey Kong Jr. Math (JPN version)
59. Clay Shoot (Duck Hunt Mode C)
60. Toy Story (Bomberman hack)
61. Tennis
62. Pinball
63. Lunar Ball
64. Donkey Kong
65. Sqoon (JPN version)
66. Pooyan
67. Joust
68. Duck Hunt (Game A & B modes)
69. Gyrodine
70. Excitebike
71. Formation Z
72. Brush Roller (repeat, 2nd level)
73. Mappy
74. Bomberman (level select hack)
75. Magic Jewelry
76. Devil World

120-in-1 1994 Super Card
1. Duck Hunt
2. Lode Runner
3. Tank 1990
4. Star Force
5. Yie Ar Kung Fu
6. Donkey Kong 3
7. Bomberman

128-in-1
1. Nagagutsu o Haita Neko: Sekai Isshu 80 Nichi Dai Bouken
2. 1942
3. Magic Carpet 1001 (title screen removed)
4. Argus
5. Penguin-Kun Wars
6. Super Arabian
7. Super Dynamix Badminton
8. Baltron
9. B-Wings
10. Bird Week
11. Boom Man (Bomber Man title hack)
12. Brush Roller (Hwang Shinwei)
13. Clay Shoot (Duck Hunt Mode C)
14. Chack'n Pop
15. Circus Charlie
16. City Connection (JPN version, glitchy graphics)
17. Challenger
18. Debar (Hogan's Alley hack, Mode A)
19. Dig Dug
20. Dough Boy
21. The Tower of Druaga
22. Antarctic Adventure
23. Ding Dong (Binary Land hack)
24. Door Door
25. Dynamite Bowl
26. Elevator Action
27. Exerion (infinite single shots)
28. Formation Z
29. Front Line
30. Fire Dragon (Gamtec)
31. Flappy
32. Shin Jinrui: The New Type (title screen removed)
33. Field Combat
34. Galaga
35. Zunou Senkan Garu
36. Geimos
37. Gyrodine
38. Goonies
39. Gotcha! The Sport!
40. Galaxian (red title logo, speed up shots)
41. Gradius
42. Helicopter 1 (Duck Hunt hack, Mode A)
43. Hogan's Alley
44. Hyper Olympic (JPN version of Track & Field)
45. Joust
46. Karateka
47. The Legend of Kage (JPN version)
48. Lode Runner (JPN version)
49. Championship Lode Runner
50. Lunar Ball (JPN version of Lunar Pool)
51. Choukijuu Yousai Macross
52. Magic Jewelry (Hwang Shinwei)
53. Mag Max
54. Mappy
55. Millipede
56. Othello (Bit Corp.)
57. Pooyan
58. Pac Land
59. Paper Boy
60. Obake no Q Tarou: Wan Wan Panic
61. Route-16 Turbo
62. Raid on Bungeling Bay
63. Road Fighter
64. Sky Destroyer
65. Space Invaders
66. Star Gate
67. Star Force (JPN version, 5 lives)
68. Son Son
69. Spartan X
70. Spelunker
71. Spy Vs Spy
72. Sqoon (JPN version)
73. Star Soldier (JPN version)
74. Star Luster
75. Tag-Team Pro Wrestling
76. Tank 1990 (Battle City hack, Mode A)
77. Twin Bee (glitchy graphics)
78. UFO 1 (Duck Hunt hack, Mode A)
79. Kinnikuman: Muscle Tag Match (JPN version of MUSTLE)
80. Wisdom Boy (Gamtec)
81. Warp Man
82. Xevious
83. Zippy Race
84. Pandamar (Super Mario Bros. hack, level select cheat)

150-in-1 '93
1. Duck Hunt
2. Hogan's Alley
3. Wild Gunman
4. Xiao Ma Li
5. Lode Runner
6. Yie Ar Kung Fu
7. Nuts and Milk
8. Popeye

1993(1994) Super HIK 300-in-1
1. Tengen Tetris
2. Battle City (level select feature is disabled)
3. Galaxian
4. Wild Gunman (all the modes are separated as own individual games)
5. Lunar Ball (level select feature is disabled)
6. Duck Hunt (all the modes are separated as own individual games)

300-in-1 Well '93
1. Tengen Tetris
2. Galaxian
3. Battle City (level select feature is disabled)
4. Ice Climber (level select feature is disabled, no extra lives)
5. Lunar Ball (level select feature is disabled)
6. Duck Hunt (all the modes are separated as own individual games)
7. Wild Gunman (all the modes are separated as own individual games)

500-in-1 (7-in-1)
1. Duck Hunt
2. Wild Gunman
3. Tank 1990
4. Dr.Mario
5. Super Mario Bros.

999-in-1 Dendy Junior
1. Duck Hunt
2. Mario Bros

9999-in-1 1994 Super
1. Super Mario Bros.,
2. Battle City
3. Galaxian
4. Wild Gunman
5. Lunar Ball
6. Duck Hunt

9999999-in-1


1. Duck Hunt
2. Wild Gunman
3. Tank 1990
4. Dr.Mario
5. Super Mario Bros.

9999999-in-1 (Can you Feel the Love Tonight?)
1. Duck Hunt
2. Wild Gunman
3. Tank 1990
4. Dr.Mario
5. Super Mario Bros.


9999999-in-1 (KD-6037-B)

1. Track & Field
2. Soccer
3. Galaxian
4. F-1 Race
5. Duck Hunt
6. Tank 1990

1 comment:

  1. Hello. Your listings are great, good job!
    I have an inquiry about a cartridge from my childhood.
    It was an “8 in 1”.
    The titles I remember for sure were:
    Spelunker
    Kung Fu
    Ninja Hattori-kun
    Soccer

    What I would really like is to remember the other four. Do you know that cartridge? Do you know what were the other games?

    ReplyDelete