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Hi everyone, thanks for visiting fcgamer's Corner Shop

First a few notes. rules, and thoughts:

1. If you are overly condition sensitive, please ask for more pictures or request more information before purchasing. Most of the people that I know that collect these types of obscurities are not condition sensitive, myself included, as the items are truly rare and if you want to find a 100% mint one, you might be waiting a lifetime or more. Therefore if I see something truly terrible I'll mention it, but I won't detail every little scuff. That's what the pictures are for. I've never had issues with people getting upset or disappointed with my items, but if you truly only want gem mint, for example, then please ask for more pictures so that we are all on the same page 🙂

2. Everything ships from Taiwan, as that's where I live.

3. Shipping (with tracking) for one or two loose cartridges is about $6.

4. Due to Taiwan not being recognized around the world as its own country, sometimes the tracking codes won't update properly. This is generally when being shipped to the States.

5. Due to the coronavirus, I cannot ship items to about 112 countries, due to there being a lack of air links. Shipping to the United StatesEnglandJapan, and Canada is fine, but sadly most of Europe is out at the moment. 

6. Because of number 5, if you are from a country that I cannot ship to currently, we can discuss and work together to find a suitable alternative.

7. Taiwan currently only has 99 coronavirus active cases, with 324 people having recovered, and six dying, for a total of 429 cases total over the course of the pandemic. Therefore, you can feel confident and safe when purchasing from me, any risk will be the same as ordering anything at the moment in your own country, despite it being international. 

8. Prices are not set in stone. For obscure items like this, it's hard to set a price, so please feel free to make offers on items if you don't like my price. 

9. The more you buy, the more you save! I always offer discounts to people that buy numerous items.

 

Game Boy / Game Boy Color / Game Boy Advance:

Bootlegs (loose):

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Castlevania Legends - $12
Castlevania Legends - $12

 

Multicarts (Boxed):

2 in 1 (Rockman 3 + Yuu Yuu Fighter) - $20

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The box has seen some (water?) damage to it, though it's still rare to see older, boxed multicarts. This one contains two games Rock Man 3 and Yuu Yuu Fighters.


160 in 1 - $25

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I got this multicart locally at a shop, it was sold to me as "new".

 

245 in 1 - $25

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I got this multicart locally at a shop, it was sold to me as "new".


292 in 1 - $25

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I got this multicart locally at a shop, it was sold to me as "new".

 

Multicarts (loose):

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19 in 1 - $10
25 in 1 - $10
31 in 1 - $10
36 in 1 - $10
64 in 1 - $10
90 in 1 - $10
72 in 1 - $10

 

Unlicensed Originals:

Digital Monster 6 (broken) - $20

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I'm not sure what's up with my copy of Digital Monster 6, but I can't get it to work. With that being said, the game is hard to find, and I think some collector might still be interested in this one, at least for the box and manual.


Crazy Arcade III - $55

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Crazy Arcade III is an original unlicensed game for Game Boy Advance, developed by Sintax.


Story of Lasama - $25

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Story of Lasama is a really fun unlicensed original Game Boy game, developed by one of my favorite game companies, Gowin. Story of Lasama plays similarly to Super Mario Land on Game Boy.


Street Hero - $100

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Street Hero is an unlicensed original fighting game by everyone's favorite company, Sachen.


Unlicensed (loose):

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Romance of the Three Kingdoms (Vast Fame) - $20
Super Fighters S (Vast Fame) - $20
Legends (Sintax) - $20
Story of Lasama (Gowin) - $20
Stone Age (Gowin) - $20
Shui Hu Zhuan Zhi Qun Mo Feng Yun Lu (HiTek) - $15
Digi-Mon (SKOB) - $15
King of Fighters R2 (SKOB) - $18
Pocket Monsters Stadium - $15


Translations:

Dragon's Quest - $25

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This is an unofficial translation of Dragon's Quest into Chinese.


Romance of the Three Kingdoms - $30

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I really like this set. It's an unofficial translation of Romance of the Three Kingdoms for Game Boy, into Chinese. Included is a nice, large manual that has also been translated.


Pokemon Green - $25

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This is an unofficial translation of Pokemon Green into Chinese.


Pokemon Silver - $25

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This is an unofficial translation of Pokemon Silver into Chinese.


Pokemon Yellow - $10

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Pokemon Yellow translated into Chinese.


Hacks:

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Super Mario 4 - $15
Super Mario 4 - $15
Super Mario 7 - $20


Other:

Super.GB 16M Copy Cartridge

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This sort of cartridge would have been used back in the day to play copied games on a physical Game Boy machine.

 

Sega Game Gear:

Sega Master System Ports (by HTH):

A Taiwanese company known as HTH converted a wide variety of Sega Master System games over to the Game Gear, and now this series of conversions is quite popular.

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7 in 1 (Altered Beast, Submarine Attack, Alocos, Aleste, Great Baseball, Put Pot, Hang On) - $20
Assault Dragon - $20

 

Loose Game Gear Games:

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Rayearth (legit?) - $20
Sonic 2 (legit?) - $5
Yuu Yuu Fighter II (legit?) - 10
Bubble Bobble (bootleg) - $10
Sailor Moon (bootleg) - $10
Tails Adventure (bootleg) - $5
True Lies (bootleg) - $5
Yaiba (bootleg) - $5
Zenki (bootleg) - $5

 

Famiclones:

I have about three boxes full of Famiclones, which I would like to sell. Some of these are good "gamer" machines, and others are better for collectors. Because I have about two or three boxes of these machines, I would love to get in touch with someone that would be interested in purchasing a large sum of machines at a bulk discount price 🙂

Similarly, I *do* have some extra av cables and power supplies, which I can supply, if desired. The reason they aren't pictured is because for the most part, they were never branded, and secondly a lot of people prefer not to ship generic, heavy power adapters, since they are generally universal and add quite a bit to shipping costs.

A. Family TV Game HK-380

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Similar to the Hot Boy machines listed below, the HK-380 series of Famiclone is one of the later ones, before production all seemingly went to China. There is a sale sticker on the bottom dated 88.7.10, I presume the machine was bought in 1999 and not in 1988, but thats just my hunch. There is a 15-pin port on the front for a lightgun (not included), and two controllers are built into the machine. There is a sticker on the bottom of this machine labelling it as a "Bitman II". Bitman was a brand of Famiclones, so it's obvious this is one of their machines. Everything works properly, aside from the player II controller, which has a stiff directional pad.

 

B. Family Computer Santen

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This is an older Famiclone, which tries to mimic the original Famicom machines coming from Japan. It has a port in the front for a 15-pin light gun, and two controllers are built into the machine. The player two controller even has a mic in it! Although the machine powers on, I cannot get it to read games.

 

C. Family Computer

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An older Famiclone, which tries to mimic a real machine. There's two controllers built into the machine, the second player controller has a mic built into it. There's also a port on the front for a 15-pin lightgun (not included). The machine works fine, overall, but it won't read all cartridges. Likewise, there's a lot of noise, possibly caused by a dirty mic.

 

D. Family TV Game HK-380

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Similar to the Hot Boy machines listed below, the HK-380 series of Famiclone is one of the later ones, before production all seemingly went to China. There is a sale sticker on the bottom dated 88.7.10, I presume the machine was bought in 1999 and not in 1988, but thats just my hunch. There is a 15-pin port on the front for a lightgun (not included), and two controllers are built into the machine. This machine works fine.

 

E. Family Computer WS-300

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This machine was made in Taiwan, and has two controllers built into it, and a 15-pin port on the front for a lightgun (not included). Although the machine operates fine, the controllers are a bit wonky, as pressing the buttons will register as if other buttons were pressed. I have no idea if this can be fixed or not.

 

F. Kuaile Wanjia (Happy Gamer) Family Computer YS-500

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This is a more recent Famiclone, made in mainland China and probably was released around 2010 - 2016. The machine has two controllers built into it, and a 15-pin port on the front for use with a lightgun (not included). The machine works fine, though you sometimes need to fiddle with the av cables to get the picture to appear.

 

G. Family Computer

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This machine is labeled on the bottom as a HK-380 machine, yet it mentiosn this nowhere on the front / top, so it's likely it was sold as a rebranded 380. There is a port on the front for a lightgun (not included), and there are two controllers built into the machine. Everything works fine.

 

H. Family Computer

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This is an older Famiclone, which tries to mimic the original Famiclone. It has two controllers built into it, and the second controller has a mic built in. Everything works as normal.

 

I. Family Computer (Hwang Long)

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This is a Famiclone made by Hwang Long, a Taiwanese company. The machine itself looks similar to a real Famicom, and it even has a mic in the second player's controller. Sadly though, I cannot get the machine to power on or to run.


J. Video Game (NTDEC)

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This is an older Famiclone sold by NTDEC, aka Nintendo Electronics Company, a notorious company that brought us such goodies as the infamous Caltron 6 in 1 cartridge! Original NTDEC-branded machines are quite difficult to find. Although this one works fine, there is some stiffness in the controllers, causing the buttons to not always operate as they should. It's unknown if this could be repaired by cleaning the controllers or not.

 

K. Family Computer

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This is an older Famiclone, that tries to mimic the original Famiclones quite well in appearance. It has two controllers built in, and the second one has a mic built into it. Although the machine works totally fine, the "B" button on controller two is a bit stiff.


L1. Family TV Game HK-380

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Similar to the Hot Boy machines listed below, the HK-380 series of Famiclone is one of the later ones, before production all seemingly went to China. There is a sale sticker on the bottom dated 88.7.10, I presume the machine was bought in 1999 and not in 1988, but thats just my hunch. There is a 15-pin port on the front for a lightgun (not included), and two controllers are built into the machine. Everything works fine.


L2. Hot Boy GA-7000 S

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I've seen quite a few of these Hot Boy Famiclones locally. It seems to me that these were one of the later batches of Famiclones made in Taiwan (maybe mid to late 90s) before all clones started to be made in mainland China. Two controllers are built into the machine, and there is a 15-pin port on the front to connect a lightgun (not included). Everything runs fine on this machine. The ID number is GA8818547.


M. Hot Boy GA-7000 S

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I've seen quite a few of these Hot Boy Famiclones locally. It seems to me that these were one of the later batches of Famiclones made in Taiwan (maybe mid to late 90s) before all clones started to be made in mainland China. Two controllers are built into the machine, and there is a 15-pin port on the front to connect a lightgun (not included). Everything runs fine on this machine. The ID number is GA8815923.


N. Family TV Game HK-380.

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Similar to the Hot Boy machines listed below, the HK-380 series of Famiclone is one of the later ones, before production all seemingly went to China. There is a sale sticker on the bottom dated 88.7.10, I presume the machine was bought in 1999 and not in 1988, but thats just my hunch. There is a 15-pin port on the front for a lightgun (not included), and two controllers are built into the machine. The console works, but the controllers are extremely stiff, they might be able to be repaired by cleaning them.

 

O. Hot Boy GA-7000 S

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I've seen quite a few of these Hot Boy Famiclones locally. It seems to me that these were one of the later batches of Famiclones made in Taiwan (maybe mid to late 90s) before all clones started to be made in mainland China. Two controllers are built into the machine, and there is a 15-pin port on the front to connect a lightgun (not included). Everything runs fine on this machine. The ID number is GA8836897.

 

P. Family Computer (Hwang Long)

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This is an earlier Famiclone by a company called Hwang Long. It was made in the late 80s or early to mid 90s. The machine has two controllers built into it. Although it powers on, I can only get static from it.

 

Q. Video Game System D99

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This machine was made by Subor, a popular video game company in mainland China. Included with the machine are two controllers. The machine is more modern, from about 2010 - 2016 I'd guess. Two nine-pin ports are on the front for controllers. This machine appears to work normally, though it is important to note that it is PAL format.

 

R. XJFH III

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I'm guessing this stands for Xiao ??? Fei Hao III, though I don't remember at the moment. THe machine has two nine-pin controller ports on the front. THe machine was made in the early 2000s, and compared to other machines coming out at that time, it is a bit more robust. Also included is the original power supply and three controllers. One of the controllers is missing the joypad, so I through in an extra (black) controller of the same style. Otherwise, everything functions properly.

 

S. Ke-Chyi TV Game, KC-2168

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This is an older Famiclone made in Taiwan during the late 80s or early 90s. Sadly, this one doesn't have the box, as the artwork is quite trippy and amazing. Two controllers are included with the machine, and there is one fifteen-pin port on each side of the machine. The Ke-chyi TV-Game machine also supports infrared wireless controllers, though I don't have any to include with the set. Included is also the original power supply. Everything works normally.

 

T. Video Game System ZW-818

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This one is fairly modern, from around 2010 or so. The machine works fine, and has two fifteen-button ports on the front. I am including one controller in the set. The controller works, though some of the buttons feel worn.

 

U. Kuaile wanjia (Happy Player) Family Computer YS-501

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This machine was made in mainland China. It contains two fifteen pin ports on the front, and it has three branded controllers. Oddly enough, all three controllers are labeled as "player I" though they do seem to work fine in the second port as well. A few of the controllers' wires are starting to show, yet this could easily be fixed with some electrical tape. Likewise, some of the buttons are stiff on a few of the controllers, but taking them apart and cleaning them would likely fix this problem.

 

V. Video Game System Players ZW-818

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The machine has two fifteen pin ports on the front of it for controllers, and it tests fine. I've included two controllers with the machine; although the controllers look similar, they are mismatched, i.e. only one of them initially came with the machine. Both controllers work fine, but one of them's wires are starting to show, something that is quite common with later Famiclone controllers, and could be fixed easily with a bit of electrical tape.

 

W. "Family Computer"

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This machine two fifteen-pin ports on the front of the machine, allowing one to connect / unplug controllers into it. Two controllers come with the machine. It has the words "Family Computer" written on the front, though it's a clone. The machine appears to be functioning normally.

 

X. CTI TV Game

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This machine is older, likely from the early to mid 1990s, and was made in Taiwan by a company called CTI, which had some relations with Sachen. Included are two controllers, which are built into the machine. A fifteen-pin port is on the front of the machine to connect a lightgun (not included). The machine seems to function normally.

 

Y. Super Giant HK-686

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This sleek, black machine was made in Taiwan during the early 90s. It has two fifteen-pin controller ports, one on each side of the machine. It also can run wireless controllers, though I sadly don't have any to include. I do, however, have another nice bonus to include with the set. It is a boxed, Super Giant HK-486J controller. The controller is made  by the same company, and can connect directly to the machine.

 

Z. Ending Man

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This is an Ending Man Famiclone, with a Kenga sticker on the back suggesting that it had been initially sold under the Kid Ken brand (the Famiclone brand with the kangaroo). The machine has two fifteen-pin controller ports on the front, and comes with two Ending Man controllers. This machine was likely made in the mid 1990s. Everything functions normally.

 

AA. Family Computer

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This one came out a few years ago to celebrate the anniversary of the Famicom a few years back. THe machine works fine, but some of the buttons on the controller function oddly, such as pausing the machine when you press B, things like that. Maybe it can be fixed by being cleaned, I'm not sure. Two controllers are included with the machine.

 

AB. Kamen (Carmen)

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This machine was made in Thailand, and it comes with two controllers. Although the machine powers on, (the LED lights up), but I cannot get any sound or image to come from it. Sold as is.

 

AC. Video Game

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This machine looks similar to a real Famicom, though it is simply titled "Video Game" The machine comes with two controllers, both have turbo buttons built in. Everything seems to work fine.


AD. Ke-Chyi TV Game

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A red/white-styled machine from Ke-Chyi Technology. This machine has two controllers built in, which contain turbo buttons. The serial number is 8708041. Everything tests normally.


AE. Computer & Game

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This is a nice-looking grey Famiclone from Thailand. I cannot get the machine to work. It has the serial number 97422.


AF. Hot Boy GA-7000S

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This is another Hot Boy game clone. The machine looks similar to a real Famicom, yet the controllers have turbo buttons built in. The machine is made in Taiwan, and has the serial number of GA8823992. I cannot get this machine to work.


AG. Ke-Chyi TV Game

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Here is another Ke-Chyi TV Game machine. It has two built-in controllers, each with turbo buttons. The machine tests fine.


AH. Family Computer

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This one tries to mimic a real Famicom, but the English stickers on the machine give it away. The machine initially had two controllers built in, but they are missing as someone had cut the controllers off to sell for scrap metal. The machine does not function.


AI. Family Computer

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Judging from the serial code, this one seems to be from the Hot Boy brand of machines, despite it's just called "Family Computer" on the front. The machine has two controllers built in, and is serial number GA0058017.  I cannot get this one to operate.


AJ. Family Video Game

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This machine is grey, and has two 15-pin controller ports on the front. It was made in Taiwan and works fine.


AK. Family Computer (by Hwang Long)

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This is an old Famiclone by Hwang Long. The second controller has a mic built into it, and they tried hard to mimic a real Famicom. The first controller works fine, though the second controller doesn't seem to work properly. 


AL. Family Computer (by Hwang Long)

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This is another old Famiclone by Hwang Long. This one has two generic controllers with turbo buttons. I cannot get this machine to run.

 

Sega Mega Drive / Genesis:

(Official) Asian Version Games:

Evander Holyfield's "Real Deal" Boxing - $30

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The way Sega handled the Sega Mega Drive in non-Japan Asian regions was extremely messy. This Evander Holyfield is a classic example. They took a European box, manual, and cartridge label, pairing it with a Japanese game shell, and then sent it off to regions such as Taiwan for sale.


Sonic the Hedgehog 3 - $40

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This is an official Asian version of Sonic the Hedgehog 3. Included is the box, Chinese-language manual, and cartridge.


(Bootleg) Asian Version Games:

World of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck - $15

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This one is sort of fun. Bootleggers decided to copy of Asian version box when producing this game. This wasn't the first time that a bootleg outfit would do something like this though. Compared to most of the other bootleg Sega cartridges on here, this was a somewhat later release, and as such the quality doesn't feel as good. Also note that the sticker has been lifted from the end of the cartridge. I got this brand new from a local shop.

 

(Official) Taiwan Version Games:

Ambition of Caesar - $60

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This one's an oddity. It is an official localized version of the Mega Drive game Ambition of Caesar. The game has been completely translated into Chinese. For me, this seems like an odd choice to localize for the Taiwan market, but here it is!


Taiwan (Bootleg) Games:

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This is a series of bootleg games localized specifically for the Taiwan / Chinese-speaking game market. As you can see, the spines of the game boxes have all been translated into Chinese, and many also have simple custom Chinese instruction manuals.

I am not sure how many games are in this series, though here are some characteristics about them: in addition to spines generally being in Chinese and the manuals, the barcode for every game in this series is 4940165574311. In addition, some of these games will have a three-digit number situated on the spine, or on the cartridge itself. Often, the company also provided an English title on the package too.

Even though the game content inside appears to be unchanged, the effort to localize the packaging for these is pretty neat, making this one of the more interesting subsets of Sega Mega Drive games to collect, especially when displayed.

 

Aero Blaster - $30

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Included in this package is the box and cartridge.

 

Alisia Dragoon - $30

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Included with this Alisia Dragoon is the game cartridge and box.


Ambition of Caesar II - $30

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This is one of the cartridges in the series with an ID number on the spine. Included is the box and cartridge.

 

Arrow Flash - $30

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Arrow Flash comes with the box and cartridge.


Atomic Robo-Kid - $30

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Atomic Robo-Kid comes with the box and cartridge.

 

Dangerous Seed - $30

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This one comes with the box and cartridge only.


Darius II -  $30

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Darius II comes with the box, manual, and cartridge. As you can see from the pictures, the manual is in rough condition.

 

Dreamlike Star III - $30

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This one comes with the box and cartridge. I'd venture a guess that the game inside is Phantasy Star III though I'm not 100% sure.

 

Gaiares - $30

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This set comes with the game cartridge, box, and manual.


Granada - $30

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Included with Granada is the box, manual, and cartridge.


Hellfire - $30

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This item comes with the box and cartridge.

 

Phelios - $30

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Phelios comes with the box, manual, and cartridge.


Shadow Dancer - $30
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This one comes with the box and cartridge.


Super Volleyball - $30

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This item comes with the box and cartridge.


Yochi - $30

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Yochi comes with the box and cartridge.


Great Volleyball - $60

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Although Volleyball is in the same series as the above games, this one is even more unique, as the game itself is actually a conversion of the Sega Master System game "Great Volleyball"! At the moment it is not known how many other conversions were available in this manner.


Populous - $50

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I don't think that Populous is part of the above series of games, but I'm including it in this section as it fits in better here than in other sections.

Some Chinese text has been added to the box. The neatest thing though, is the large localized instruction manual in Chinese! The manual has six pages plus the cover, and it even has some pictures inside.


"A Series" Bootlegs

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This is another line of bootleg cartridges for the Sega Mega Drive. I personally hold these in lower regards than the above series of games, since everything is pretty much left alone, aside from a part number on each box spine. Sadly there's no localization going on here, seemingly no instruction manuals, etc.

 

Double Dragon II - $25

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This bootleg has the box and game cartridge. Everything looks fairly nice, and is of high quality.


Gaiares - $20

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This one has the box and game cartridge. Despite being a bootleg, it looks fairly nice and is of high quality.


Unofficial Chinese Translations:

Nobunaga's Ambition - $30

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This is an unofficial Chinese translation of Nobunaga's Ambition. Included is the box, manual, and cartridge.


Operation European War - $30

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This is an unofficial Chinese translation of Operation European War. Included is the box and cartridge. I had gotten this new old stock a long time back, I don't think a manual was ever included.

 

Unlicensed Original Games:

These games are all original games, developed mostly by Taiwanese programmers for sale locally here. Over the years I have seen some lower-quality reprints of these games being sold on eBay and the like, but the ones I am selling here are the originals, developed and published by the companies back in the day, rather than modern Aliexpress crap.

 

Adventurous Boy - $120

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Adventurous Boy is an unlicensed original shooter for the Sega Mega Drive. The game was released solely for the Taiwan market, and plays similarly to Fantasy Zone. I picked this game up years ago at a local shop, so aside from the (limited) time I played the game to test it out, it's like-new. Sadly the box had been sunfaded though, a fate many games receive over here. 


Fantasy Poker - $100

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Fantasy Poker is an unlicensed original Sega Mega Drive game, marketed solely in Taiwan. The game came in a cardboard box, making it nightmarishly difficult to find nowadays, CIB. Included is the box, manual, and cartridge. As you can see, the manual has some wear to it, but imo everything looks decent considering the rarity. Although I haven't played it properly, I suspect that the game includes 16-bit nudity in it.

 

Lion King 2 - $40

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Lion King 2 is an unlicensed original game for the Sega Mega Drive. This game was released for sale in Taiwan, and is 100% original. It's a completely different game than the licensed Lion King games. Included is the box, manual, and cartridge.

 

Mallet Legend - $500

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This would be one of my favourite unlicensed game pieces that I've collected over the years. This sort of thing is what basically got me interested in collecting these games.

Mallet Legend is an unlicensed original game for the Sega Mega Drive. It actually *was* released in the United States, but the controller and game were both sold separately, whereas the **original** version of the game, as shown above, included both in one package.

I just love the artwork on this one. Sadly the box seems to be sunfaded a bit, but the Mallet Legend in my own collection suffers from the same fate, a very common fate with items here.


Power Rangers - $40

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Power Rangers is an unlicensed original game for the Sega Mega Drive. THis game was released for sale in Taiwan, and it is 100% original. It's a completely different game than the licensed Power Rangers games. Included is the box and cartridge. I got this one brand new from a shop. I have never seen a manual for this game, so I don't think one exists.

 

Soul Blade - $25

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Soul Blade on the Sega Mega Drive!?!  Crazy! Yeah, this is an unlicensed original based on the Soul Blade series. I got this one brand new from a local shop. Included is the box and cartridge. 


Super Club Poker 6 in 1 - $60

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Super Club Poker 6 in 1 is one of two games that Sachen would release for the Sega Mega Drive. This one likely contains 16-bit nudity. Included is the game cartridge and box. I've never seen a manual included with this game, so I don't think one exists. The box smells a bit musty, but otherwise everything looks and plays fine.

 

Super Magician - $50

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Super Magician is a Taiwanese-exclusive game, which feels somewhat reminiscent of Zombies Ate My Neighbors in gameplay, though the game is set in an Eastern-styled world.

The Super Magician I have for sale is an original print. It comes with the box, manual, and cartridge. While the cartridge itself is in good condition, the box and manual have some water damage, though are in decent condition.
 

Zhan Qi Chinese Battle Chess - $65

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Rare Chinese Chess game for the Sega. Compared to many of the other unlicensed Sega Mega Drive games, the ones that originally came in cardboard boxes, such as Zhan Qi Battle Chess, are comparitively hard to find with box and manual.

 

Multicarts:

Super Sports 10 in 1 - $15

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Multicarts for the Sega Mega Drive are much less common than those for the Famicom. Essentially, Super Famicom multicarts are the rarest, followed by Sega Game Gear / Sega Genesis, Game Boy, and Famicom multicarts being the most common. I got this cart from a local shop so it's technically new, and comes with the box and cartridge.

 

Unlicensed Loose Cartridges:

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Du Shen Zhi Meng Huan Poker - $20
Du Shen Zhi Meng Huan Poker - $20
Du Shen Zhi Meng Huan Poker - $20
Super Mahjong Club - $20
Super Mahjong Club - $20
Zhan Qi Chinese Battle Chess - $15
Magic Bubble - $30
16 Tile Mahjong - $25
Chao Ji Da Fu Weng - $25
Wucom Legend - $30
Gunfight 3 in 1 - $55

 

Official Asian / Taiwan Cartridges, Loose:

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Ambition of Caesar - $10
Ambition of Caesar - $10
Sonic the Hedgehog 3 - $10

 

Sega Master System Conversions (Loose):

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Great Volleyball - $30


Unofficial Chinese Translations (loose):

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Romance of the Three Kingdoms II / China Town II - $15
Romanice of the Three Kingdoms II / China Town II - $15
Uncharted Waters II (?) - $15


Special Bootlegs (loose):

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Tetris - $25
 

Sega Mega Drive Import Lots (loose):

Sega Import Lot "A" - $30

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This lot includes ten games, which are as follows: Shadow Dancer (original), Daisenpu (original), Sonic the Hedgehog 3 + manual (original), Eswat (original, one tab inside is broken), Super Shinobi (original, I cannot get to load), Tatsujin (original), Turrican (bootleg, I cannot get to load), Streets of Rage 3 (Japanese version, bootleg), Legend of Heroes 2 (bootleg), and Shining Force II (bootleg).

 

Sega Import Lot "B" - $18

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This set of games is four from the Taiwan-localization series of games, though these don't have boxes. I'm willing to sell each cartridge individually at $5, or $18 for the set. Incuded are Dreamlike Star III (Phantasy Zone III?), Legend of a Fantasm Soldier, Atomic Robo-Kid, and Pit-Fighter. It's funny to see a bootleg Tengen game.

 

Wii:

Super Mario Galaxy 2 (TWN) - $30

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Super Mario Galaxy 2 was one of a small handful of Wii games that ended up with an official Taiwan version, in Chinese of course. As to be expected, the disk has some minor scratches, though the box seems nice enough. Sadly this one's missing the manual, so disk and box only!

 

Wii Fit (TWN) - $20

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This version of Wii Fit is the Taiwan version, with the code RVL-RFNW-TWN. I don't have a Wii machine so I cannot test it; therefore it is sold *as is* with the purpose of being sold as a collector's piece.

In Taiwan a small handful of games were localized for the Wii. At one point I had made a list of them, I'd reckon there's only about fifteen games in the set.

The disk has some scratches / marks on the bottom, and there cover has sadly been water-damaged.

 

Nintendo 64:

(Official) Asian Versions / Taiwanese Versions:

Taiwan received only a small number of official Nintendo 64 games in that region. Similarly, there were some more-generic "Asian Version" Nintendo 64 games, and these also spilled over into the Taiwan region for sale locally here. These are official game cartridges, designed specifically for this region.

For those asking how local gamers filled the rest of their gaming desires during that era? A large number of Japanese (and a few American) titles had also been officially imported on to the island by the Nintendo distributor of the time.

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Pilot Wings (Taiwan Version) - $12 
Turok 2 (Asian Version) - $30

 

Super Famicom:

(Official) Japanese Games:

None of the official Japanese games I have are "mint" by any stretch of the imagination, but I personally feel that the ones I have to offer would be more than satisfying to someone that collects on a budget or for a gamer, given that the following games are not the cheapest to find.

Smash TV - $25

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This set is in average condition. The box has a sticker on the one side, and it also has an official Nintendo sticker on the front, designating it as having been imported legally for sale in Taiwan. A former shop has stamped their name inside the one box flap. Likewise there's an official Nintendo import sticker on the cartridge, and a shop-added sticker on the top. There's a bit of discoloring to the cartridge, not sure if it could be remidied or not.


Rushing Beat - $25

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This one has several stickers on the box. and a sticker on the back of the cartridge. The cartridge itself has some discoloration too, which I'm not sure can be repaired or not. The manual is bent a bit. I'd say this is in average condition.

 

Rushing Beat - $25

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This one has a few stickers on the box, as well as a bit of magic marker on the bottom flap, a bit of indentation, etc. The manual has been water-damaged, and the cart back has some discoloration.


(Bootleg) Games:

Der Langrisser - $25

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Box has some wear, but the cartridge and manual look fine. 

 

Der Langrisser - $25

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Box has some wear, but the cartridge and manual look fine.

 

Super Punch-Out!! - $35

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I personally really like this one, as it's only on the "Super Game" console!!! 😄  The box doesn't look particularly good, but the manual and cartridge look quite nice.

 


(Super Nintendo Exclusives on Super Famicom):

These titles were (as far as I'm aware) never released officially in Japan, so the bootleggers decided to take it into their own hands to give the Asian population a release.

 

NBA Hang Time - $15

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Box has some wear, a (likely removable) sticker on the cartridge, manual looks fine.

 

NBA Hang Time - $15

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Box has some wear, the cartridge sticker is starting to lift a bit. There's also a sticker on the cartridge, which can likely be removed. No manual with this one.
 

Other:

Catiga Super Mario Bros. LCD Game - $25

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This is an older LCD game from Catiga, featuring the Super Mario Bros. Although there is some darkening around the screen, you can still see everything fine, and the game functions as normal.

 

10 in 1 (Taiwanese) Virtual Pet - $18

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This is a 10 in 1 Virtual Pet designed back in the day for the Taiwan market. It was sold to me as new old stock; I checked to see that it works (it does!), promptly discarded the old batteries, and now have it up for grabs if you or any of your friends collect this sort of thing.

 

Pokemon Model - $12

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This one is unused, I presume everything is there to complete the set. 


Kirby Cartoon DVDs - $15

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This is a set of four (4) DVDs containing Kirby cartoons, all in Chinese!

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