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  1. Here's all the games my dad and I bought yesterday. If I remember correctly, I bought Tecmo Super Bowl, Magic of Shshshshshshsh, the Strawberry Shortcake game, and Solaris. And my dad bought the rest, of course. It's not the greatest lot of games, but the NES titles and the two boxed Atari games really made the whole set worth it. My jaw dropped when I saw Tecmo Super Bowl going for only 5 bucks. Keystone Capers is also a classic and Solaris is one of the best looking games on the 2600. I'm also happy that we found another copy of Spongebob Movie, since it was a game I loved back then and we needed a new copy.
  2. I'd be up for Famicom stuff. A lot of the early Namco ports like Galaxian, Dig Dug, and Mappy could make for good contests. And they're all great games too.
  3. Videomation I think could actually make for a fun contest. Who can draw the best picture with a D pad?
  4. I quickly put together a Google spreadsheet that sorts all of the games by both price and alphabetical order. I also made a couple minor changes, such as making the colors a bit easier to differentiate and grouping all the licensed and unlicensed games together. I figured I should make an alphabetical version just because some people prefer alphabetical order and that's what I prefer. I think you did an incredible job putting this guide together and I'm not trying to replace it. This is just an alternate way of reading the guide. I also didn't bother to include stuff like test carts and competition carts, since I don't count those and not everyone is interested in them. I look forward to seeing what you'll add in the future and I'll try my best to keep this spreadsheet up to date. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1YtsGai1RlQ99uFsLhAxnunPukuf6noGwgYdk9ec7-QI/edit?usp=sharing
  5. I'm probably one of the few people in the world who actually enjoys After Burner on NES. Does it compare to the arcade version? Absolutely not. But I still think it's quite playable and I can have some fun with it. The only Tengen games I remember not really caring for were Temple of Doom and Skull & Crossbones. The rest of their games were consistently good IMO. As for the Sega ports, Fantasy Zone is probably the best of the lot.
  6. I didn't say that Tengen games weren't allowed. I just wanted to see more varied responses, that's all. For the record, Rolling Thunder is one of my favorite NES games ever. So, I'm definitely cool with Tengen.
  7. Here's an old one. This is my good Blaster Master paired with my ugly crayon Blaster Master. Normally, I would trade any duplicates that I have, but this one is just too good to give away. Also, I somehow never noticed until now that the Nintendo seal on Blaster Master is tilted a little bit. Interesting
  8. I didn't see a thread for this subject yet. So, hopefully I'm good. We all know that Tengen was famous for making some of the best NES games not approved by Nintendo. But what about some other unlicensed gems? Personally, I really love Bee 52. It's a really cleverly designed shooter with a ton of personality to it. So, what are your unlicensed favorites? Or guilty pleasures, if you wanna go that route. Feel free to talk about any unlicensed games you want. It's just that Tengen gets most of the love and I was interested in seeing what non-Tengen games people liked.
  9. No, but now this thread will be completely abandoned!!! Eh, it probably deserved to die anyway.
  10. I'll go ahead and post this here too. This is the version of FamiTracker I use. https://github.com/jimbo1qaz/j0CC-FamiTracker/releases It's a fork of FamiTracker that I believe fixes some problems with regular FamiTracker. This should play the ftm. Remix to Bed.ftm
  11. Just get whatever games you feel like should be part of your collection. It's not up to us to decide what games are redundant to you. I have both the original Tengen and the later black Tengen version of Pac-Man and I consider them to both be worth owning. That won't be true for everybody, but it is for me. It all depends on what your personal goals are for collecting.
  12. Oh shit, I didn't realize that there was a club. I don't check the clubs and just post on the main forum. Well, I guess this thread is useless now lol. Anyway, here's the NSF. Remix to Bed.nsf
  13. This isn't an actual game development thread. However, this does relate somewhat to making games. So, I guess it kinda counts for homebrew. I saw that there was a lack of FamiTracker related discussion on the forum. So, I created this thread for musicians to share their work. If you're doing music for a homebrew project or just making a demo tune, feel free to post it here! It doesn't have to be all FamiTracker songs either. I just made it the focus of this thread because that's the program I use the most. I personally have no experience making software for the NES. However, I can write music for it, which is something. To start things off, here's one of my personal favorite songs that I've done using just the stock 2A03 hardware. Remix to Bed.ftm
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